Margaret Fuller on national culture: Political idealism through self-culture by Beste, Lori Anne, PhD; UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT, 2006

Transcendental teaching: A reinvention of American education (Amos Bronson Alcott, Elizabeth Palmer Peabody, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Margaret Fuller) by Heafner, Christopher Allen, PhD; UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 2005

'Ravishing harmony': Defining Risorgimento in Margaret Fuller's dispatches from Italy to the 'New York Tribune', 1847 to 1850 by Jo, Hea-Gyong, PhD; WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY, 2005

Sympathy and self-reliance: Transcendentalism's emergence from the culture of sentiment (Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Margaret Fuller, Bronson Alcott, Orestes Brownson) by Robbins, Tara Leigh, PhD; THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA AT CHAPEL HILL, 2005

International nationalism: World history as usable past in nineteenth-century United States culture (James Fenimore Cooper, Margaret Fuller, John Lothrop Motley, William Hickling Prescott, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow) by Roylance, Patricia Jane, PhD; STANFORD UNIVERSITY, 2005

'When Plato- was a certainty-': Classical tradition and difference in works by Phillis Wheatley, Margaret Fuller, and Emily Dickinson by Dovell, Karen Lerner, PhD; STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT STONY BROOK, 2004

Extraordinary women all: The influence of Madame de Stael on Margaret Fuller and Lydia Maria Child (France) by Lord, Susan Toth, PhD; KENT STATE UNIVERSITY, 2004

'How came such a man as Herbert?': Allusions to George Herbert in the writings of Emerson, Thoreau, and Fuller (George Herbert, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Margaret Fuller) by Piper-Rybak, Dianne, PhD; NORTHERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY, 2004

Essaying the way: The transformative power of critique in the writings of Judith Sargent Murray, Angelina Grimke, Sarah Grimke, and Margaret Fuller by Roesch, Lynn A., PhD; RUTGERS THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY - NEW BRUNSWICK, 2004,

The discriminating cicerone: Class, cultural identity and social performance in nineteenth-century travel narratives (N. P. Willis, Washington Irving, Margaret Fuller, J. K. Paulding)
by Aronson Kolk, Heidi Lynn, PhD; WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, 2003

Aesthetic Transcendentalism and its legacy: Margaret Fuller, William Wetmore Story, and Henry James by Lawrence, Kathleen, PhD; BOSTON UNIVERSITY, 2003

Margaret Fuller, women's health, and the body politic by Barron, Stephanie Kay, PhD; TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY, 2002

Noble designs of nature and nation: God, science, and sentiment in women's representations of the American landscape (Almira Phelps, Margaret Fuller, Susan Fenimore Cooper, Mary Treat)
by Gianquitto, Tina Lee, PhD; COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, 2002

Women of the spheres: Early American women rhetoricians (Margaret Fuller, Judith Sargent Murray, Sarah Josepha Hale, Catharine Beecher, Lydia Sigourney, Lydia Maria Child)
by Langston, Camille A., PhD; TEXAS WOMAN'S UNIVERSITY, 2002

'In death thy life is found': An examination of the forgotten poetry of Margaret Fuller

Coordinates of liminality: Emerson, Fuller, and the landscape of empire (Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller) by Searfoss, Lynn A., PhD; PURDUE UNIVERSITY, 2002

The American translation (James Fenimore Cooper, Margaret Fuller, Walt Whitman)
by Boggs, Colleen Glenney, PhD; THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO, 2001

'The body electric': American literature and the culture of electromagnetism, 1750--1855 (Benjamin Franklin, Charles Brockden Brown, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Margaret Fuller, Nathaniel Hawthorne) by Little, Deandra Javon, PhD; VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY, 2001

Transcendental realism: Natural environment and social reform from Ralph Waldo Emerson to Mary Wilkins Freeman (William Dean Howells, Frank Norris, Henry David Thoreau, Margaret Fuller)
by Stone, Susan Marie, PhD; UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 2001

The enigma of Margaret Fuller: Romantic, realist, or something 'a little beyond'?
by Casey, Martha, PhD; TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY, 2000

Prospero's daughters: Nineteenth- and twentieth-century American women writers' responses to Shakespeare's 'Tempest' (William Shakespeare, Gloria Naylor, Margaret Fuller, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Louisa May Alcott, Katherine Anne Porter) by McBride, Phyllis, PhD; TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY, 2000

Margaret Fuller and the politics of German sensibility by Ritchie, Amanda Ross, PhD; THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA, 2000

Publicizing privacy: The subject of citizenship in American life writing, 1840--1870 (Margaret Fuller, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Elizabeth Keckley, Louisa May Alcott) by Adams, Katherine Ann, PhD; THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN - MADISON, 1999

Tourists, settlers, and pioneers: Women and the westward movement (Margaret Fuller, Susan Shelby Magoffin, Caroline M. Kirkland, Eliza Roxcy Snow, Mary Haskin Parker Richards)

'This mutual visionary life': The mystical model of Margaret Fuller by Lott, Deshae Elizabeth, PhD;

Language experiment: Science, gender, and discourse in the works of Margaret Fuller by Haronian, Mary-Jo, PhD; CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, 1998

'Separate spheres' in the republic: Advice writing in Sarah J. Hale, Catharine Beecher, Margaret Fuller, and Edith Wharton by Moorehead, Elizabeth Anne, PhD; THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO, 1998

Voice, silence and authority in autobiographical criticism: Reading Margaret Fuller, Sarah Winnemucca Hopkins and Alice James by Cooper, Michaela Bruckner, PhD; THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY, 1997

Re-placing genius: Reconciling the aesthetic and the political in Margaret Fuller's writing by Ervin, Margaret C., PhD; STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT ALBANY, 1997

Going mobile: The body at work in Black and White women's travel narratives, 1841-1857 by Fish, Cheryl J., PhD; CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK, 1996

Skirting traditions: Travel texts of three nineteenth-century women writers (Anna Leonowens, Margaret Fuller, Mary Seacole) by Mercer, Lorraine Susan Gallicchio, PhD; UNIVERSITY OF OREGON, 1996