Alex Fleet

Alex Fleet

Alex Fleet



 Alex Fleet is a PhD Candidate interested in the history of Labor-Management relations in American history. His primary research focuses of the role of Nonunion Employee Representation Plans (also known as company unions) on the identity of American workers in the 1920s. He currently teaches History of the Headlines: American History since World War II.

Research interest(s)/area of expertise

  • Labor History




  • Business History




  • Political History




  • World War I


  • Bachelor of Arts: Kent State University
  • Master of Arts: Kent State University

Awards and grants

  • 2018- Present: Thomas C. Rumble Fellowship, History Department Wayne State University
  • 2016- 2018: Graduate Teaching Assistantship, History Department, Kent State University

Courses taught

  •  HIS 1050: History of the Headlines, The United States Since World War II (Winter 2020, Fall 2020, Winter 2021)