The Margaret Fuller Society is a nonprofit, educational organization. Established in 1992, through the efforts of Bell Gale Chevigny and Larry J. Reynolds, the society sponsors cultural events and academic panels, provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information among Margaret Fuller scholars around the world, and contributes to the Margaret Fuller Society Collection as a resource for material by and about Margaret Fuller. Members of the Margaret Fuller Society study and celebrate the life, works, and influence of this 19th-century writer and revolutionary thinker.
To learn more about the Margaret Fuller Society, click here.
To learn about the Margaret Fuller Neighborhood House, click here. This one-time home of Margaret Fuller was reinvented in 1902 as a Settlement House, providing information and services to help immigrants assimilate into American culture.