Series 3
Writings, 1989-2004
Boxes 3-7

Scope and Content Note

Over the course of her career, Larson wrote many articles, gave many lectures and conference presentations, and produced one book. The files in this series contain material related to these writings. Drafts of published work and texts of lectures are present in many of the files. The bulk of the material in this series relates to Larson’s book Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex (1999), which she co-wrote with Professor Linda Hirshman. The Hard Bargains files include correspondence with Hirshman, correspondence with readers, responses to reviews, and communications with the publisher on various aspects of the publication process.

Arrangement Note

Arranged alphabetically by title of work.

Box Folder Content
3 1 “‘A Good Story’ and ‘The Real Story,’” 1999-2001
3 2 “A House Divided: Using Dred Scott to Teach Conflicts of Law,” 1996
3 3 “A Victim All the Way to the Bank,” with Linda Hirshman, 1993
3 4 “Abortion Access is America’s Tradition,” 1995-2004
3 5 “Battling Bias in the Tenure Process,” 1997-1998
3 6 “Choosing Our Own: The Membership Selection Process,” 1996
3 7 “Class, Economics, and Social Rights,” 2002
3 8 “‘Even a Worm Will Turn at Last’: Rape Reform in Late Nineteenth Century America,” 1996-2002
3 9 “Female Virtue and Public Order,” 1996
3 10 “Feminism in Relation,” 2002
3 11 “Free Markets Deep in the Heart of Texas,” 1994-1997
4 1 Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex: conferences, 1997-1999
4 2 Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex: contract, 1994
4 3 Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex: cover illustration, 1997-1998
4 4 Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex: freelance editor, 1998
4 5 Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex: paperback edition, 1999
4 6 Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex: proposal, 1993-1994
4 7 Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex: publicity, 1998-1999
4 8 Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex: reader correspondence, 1997-1999
4 9 Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex: reviews, 1999
4 10 Hard Bargains: The Politics of Sex: statute, 1998
5 1 “Historians and the Legal Process,” 1996
5 2 “How Far Have We Come?” 2003
5 3 “Imagine Her Satisfaction: The Transformative Task of Feminist Tort Doctrine,” 1993
5 4 “Informality, Inequality, and Illegality,” 2000-2001
5 5 “Is the Law Male?” 1992-1993
5 6 “Law, Politics, and the Supreme Court,” 1991
5 7 Memorandum on federal asbestos compensation program, 1989
5 8 “Oklahoma City, the First Amendment, and the Bottom Line,” 1995
5 9 “Other Sociological Approaches and Law and Economics,” in The Encyclopedia of Law and Economics, 1996-1997
5 10 “Perspectives on Professionalism,” 1995
5 11 Presentation at Women’s Legal Studies Institute, 1994
5 12 Presentation at the International Association for the Study of Common Property, 2002
5 13 “Prostitution, Labor, and Human Rights,” Brigitte M. Bodenheimer Memorial Lecture on the Family, 2003
5 14 “Prostitution, Work, and Human Rights,” 2001
6 1 Ragsdale amicus brief, 1989
6 2 Remarks at Communitarian Summit, 1999
6 3 Remarks at conference honoring Martha Fineman, 2003
6 4 Remarks at Northwestern University student orientation, 1993-1995
6 5 Remarks on Clinton impeachment, 1998
6 6 Remarks on Feminist Jurisprudence: Taking Women Seriously, 1994
6 7 Remarks on Take Your Daughters to Work Day, 1995-1998
6 8 Response to George Will, 1989
6 9 “Sex in Public,” 1998-2001
6 10 “Sexual Labor,” in Directions in Sexual Harrassment Law, 2001-2002
6 11 “Sexual Labor,” presented to Yale Sexual Harrassment Symposium, 1998
6 12 “Sexual Labor,” presented to University of Minnesota Faculty Workshop, 1999
6 13 “Sexual Labor,” presented to Working Group on Contemporary Forms of Slavery, 1999
6 14 “Sexuality as a Language of Citizenship,” 1995
6 15 Speech honoring Dean Robert Bennett, 1995
6 16 Speech to Federalist Society conference, 1991
6 17 Speech to Feminists for Social Change, 1990
6 18 “The Adversary Use of History: Webster v. Reproductive Health Services, Inc.,” 1990
7 1 “The Jurisprudence of Rosalie E. Wahl,” 1989-2000
7 2 “The Ultimate Glass Ceiling,” 1994
7 3 “Things Don’t Turn Out Exactly as You Would Have Thought,” 1998
7 4 “Time to Think Again: Gender Bias in Legal Education,” 1995-1998
7 5 Tribute to Judge Theodore McMillian, 1997
7 6 “Two Faces of Freedom,” 1994
7 7 “What’s Law Got to Do With It?” 1993
7 8 “When Formal and Informal Collide: Regulation of Informal Land Settlements Along the U.S.-Mexico Border,” 2000
7 9 “Women and Property: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice,” 1993-1995
7 10 “Women Lawyers: Progress is Not Parity,” 2002
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