Max Fraser is a Junior Fellow at the Dartmouth Society of Fellows. His research and teaching work focuses on American labor and working class history, American politics, and popular culture. He has been the recipient of the Patricia and Phillip Frost Award from the Smithsonian's American Art Museum, the Edwin Small Prize from Yale University, and was named a finalist for the 2018 Allan Nevins Prize by the Society of American Historians. His publications have appeared in American Art, Labor, New Labor Forum, Raritan Quarterly Review, Southern Cultures, and elsewhere, and he writes frequently for popular journals such as Dissent and The Nation. His first book, The Hillbilly Highway: Transappalachia in the Twentieth Century, will be published by Princeton University Press.