Research Triangle Park: A Window into Work and Life at Midcentury
Visiting Summer Research Fellowship
Funded by The Lucinda Holderness Wilcox and Benson R. Wilcox Library Fund for the North Carolina Collection -- supports research about North Carolina
Casey Eilbert is a graduate student at Princeton University studying 20th-century United States history with interests in labor, political, and gender history. Her work considers questions of social provision and welfare and the relationship between business, labor, and government in providing for American workers.
This informal program is part of the summer and fall Wilson Library Research Forum. Each program is an opportunity to hear from one or more fellows about research work that draws on the collections and expertise of the Wilson Special Collections Library. Please visit Wilson Library’s grants and fellowships page to learn more.