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Catherine Parisian

scholar in residence, Library of Congress

Dr. Catherine M. Parisian has spent the past two years as Project Bibliographer and Scholar in Residence at the Library of Congress, where she researched, compiled a catalogue for, and wrote the history of the first White House Library. Catherine Parisian completed her PhD in 2005 at the University of Virginia, where her research focused on the eighteenth-century English novelist Frances Burney. She regularly reviews books for *The Eighteenth Century: A Current Bibliography* and has published articles in *the Bibliographical Society of Australia*, *New Zealand Bulletin*, and *Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America*. She also has an essay forthcoming in a collection from the twentieth annual De Bartolo Conference.