Browse a list of recent scholarship on Margaret Fuller.
Margaret Fuller Transnational Archive: “As the research and the technological application are an ongoing process, we invite scholars and students to browse the exhibits and items presented, and to enter a conversation about collaborations in Nineteenth-century Revolutionary Europe.” Read more here.
Harvard University Houghton Library’s Fuller manuscripts are now available online in the Digital Content section of the HOLLIS finding aid. The digital content includes her correspondence, the Margaret Fuller Family Papers, and her journals. Select “digital content” to view online or view the full finding aid here if you’re interested in visiting Houghton Library in person for archival work.
Visit the Margaret Fuller Society Archives from our previous website, originally maintained by Larry J. Reynolds and Jeffrey Steele. The archives contain a list of paper titles from past ALA conferences to past MLA conferences, as well as dissertation titles, and a list of scholarly publications on Margaret Fuller.
Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House: “Through our four interconnected pillars of service, we offer innovative programs that provide a holistic, wrap-around model that touches the lives of over 4,000 individuals each year in all stages of life. We work to address all of the needs of our constituents to break down barriers and lead them to a successful and sustainable path.” Read more; donate here.
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