Églantine Pasquier is currently preparing a doctoral dissertation in the history of architecture at the Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne and at the École du Louvre. Under the supervision of Pr. Jean-Philippe Garric and Dr. Alice Thomine, she studies the collaboration between the American philanthropist John D. Rockefeller Jr. and the architect William Welles Bosworth, with a focus on the restoration of French historic monuments during the interwar years. Her previous research explored the National Campaign for the Safeguarding of Versailles launched by State Secretary André Cornu during the 1950s and the American patronage at Versailles during the 20th century. Her research interests are the preservation and restoration of historic monuments, philanthropy, the franco-american cultural relationships, the interwar period.