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Margaret Fuller Transnational Archive: Mapping Topographies of Revolution

Partially supported by a NULab Seedling Grant.

The Margaret Fuller Transnational Archive aims to digitally map networks of publication involving Margaret Fuller and the circles of European and American political and cultural figures, including Horace Greeley, and Giuseppe Mazzini and Cristina Trivulzio di Belgiojoso, with whom she came into contact during the years 1846-1850, when she lived in Europe.

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.

Principal Investigators
Sonia Di Loreto, Università di Torino (Italy); Elizabeth Maddock Dillon, Faculty, English; Ryan Cordell, Faculty, English; Leslie Eckel, Suffolk University; Noelle A. Baker, Independent scholar; William Bond, PhD Student, English; Sarah Payne, PhD Student, English

Presentations and Publications

Bond, William and Sarah Payne. “Margaret Fuller’s Foreign Correspondence.” Northeastern NULab Conference. Boston, MA. 2017.

Di Loreto, Sonia, William Bond, and Sarah Payne. “Margaret Fuller’s Politics of Dissent.” American Studies Association. Chicago, IL. 2017.

Di Loreto, Sonia, William Bond, and Sarah Payne. “Margaret Fuller Transnational Archive.” American Literature Association. Boston, MA. 2017.

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