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Many of our founding members were drawn from the fields of philosophy, political science, and the history of political thought, but we also have strong representation from literature, theology, religious studies, and intellectual history. We are strong believers in the interdisciplinary study of Wollstonecraft, her contexts, and her legacies. We warmly welcome academics from all backgrounds to join our efforts to raise the profile of Mary Wollstonecraft in academia and in scholarship across its various disciplines. . If what you're looking for is the Wollstonecraft Society run by the Mary on the Green project, please go here.