From Wollstonecraft to Mill: What British and European Ideas and Social Movements
Influenced the Emergence of Feminism in the Atlantic World, 1792-1869?

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The Victorian Web

This website provides an overview of literature, history and culture in Victorian Europe. The "Gender Matters" section of the site includes information on the quest for suffrage, women's wage labor, and a timeline of Victorian women's history.

A Biographical Sketch of Mary Wollstonecraft

This Spartacus Educational site provides a brief biographical sketch of Mary Wollstonecraft, including three excerpts from A Vindication of the Rights of Women, along with a host of links to her peers.

A Vindication of the Rights of Women

This site from Oregon State University contains a searchable edition of this work.

The Subjection of Women

This edition of The Subjection of Women is based on the Everyman's Library edition, published in 1929.

John Stuart Mill

From The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy, this website includes information on Mill's early writings, his social and political writings, along with his systems of logic.

The European Enlightenment

This site details the European Enlightenment and includes a section on women's communities, economies and opportunities during the Enlightenment.

Mathlide Franziska Anneke

This site provides a brief biography of Mathilde Franziska Anneke.

Charles Fourier

From the website "The History Guide," this lecture provides an overview of the utopian socialists, including Charles Fourier. The following lecture (Lecture 22) examines Robert Owen and Siant-Simon.

Frances Wright

This site provides a brief biographical sketch of Wright and includes quotes from Robert Dale Owen, John Humphrey Noyes, Ernestine Rose, and Paulina Davis.

The Emancipation of British Women, 1750-1920

This site provides links to a plethora of men and women influential in the British women's movement. This site also includes information on 19th century British women and marriage, birth control, higher education, and industrial work.

Sand vs. Tristan: Two Forms of Feminism

This site from Mount Holyoke briefly examines both the commonalities of and the differences between Sand and Tristan.


This site provides a brief history of the Chartist movement in England.

Women and Chartism

This site examines female Chartists and provides excerpts from The Charter, and Rights of Women.

British Women's Anti-Slavery Associations

This site provides an overview of the British antislavery movement, with many links to influential figures.

Worcester Women's History Project

This site provides primary materials related to the National Women's Rights Conventions of 1850 and 1851, as well as "Male Voices on Women's Rights".

Property Rights of Women in Nineteenth-Century England

This site provides an overview of the laws regarding women's property rights from the Caroline Norton case in 1832 to the passage of the Married Women's Property Law in 1882.



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