Rosalind J. Beiler's research focuses on migration in the early modern Atlantic world. Most recently, she co-edited Kathryn E. Wilson a special issue of Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography on Immigration and Ethnicity in Pennsylvania History. Her first book, Immigrant and Entrepreneur: The Atlantic World of Caspar Wistar, 1650-1750, examines the process of cultural adaptation and change through the lens of one eighteenth-century German-speaking immigrant to the British colonies. Her current book-length project explores the communication networks of religious minorities seventeenth-century Europe and traces how they shifted migration streams to the British colonies in the early eighteenth century. Beiler has conducted research as a fellow at the Charles Warren Center for Studies in American History at Harvard University, a Senior Fulbright Scholar in Berlin Germany, and a National Endowment for the Humanities fellow at the Library Company of Philadelphia. She has presented her work at conferences in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, and the Netherlands.