We started this blog after a conference on Wollstonecraft.

All of those involved in its creation work on Wollstonecraft, so we briefly toyed with the idea of making this a Wollstonecraft blog, rather than a more general history of philosophy blog. In the end, we didn’t, but decided instead to show our commitment to Wollstonecraft scholarship by adding a page in her name. So here it is.
We’ll be posting on Wollstonecraft quite a lot I imagine, and if you’d like to read what we have to say about her, this link will take you to the specific posts.

In the meantime, if you are interested in more than Wollstonecraft’s philosophy, we recommend that you go over to Roberta Wedge’s blog:
A Vindication of the Rights of Mary. We are fans.

You may also want to check out the Mary on the Green project, dedicated to building a memorial to Wollstonecraft in Newington Green, where she lived and work.

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