A(n In) Complete List of Catharine MacKinnon’s Work

As I’m working on my chapter on Catharine MacKinnon, I’ve been trying to find the complete list of her works. I want to be able to see if there are any major shifts in her thinking — my hypothesis is that there are, although the commonalities between pieces are also very much in evidence. Anyway, I couldn’t find any explicit lists of the sort I needed online, so I built my own. It’s not complete yet, but hopefully it will be as helpful to others as it’s been to me. If you see anything I’m missing, please do leave a comment!

The works

1975: First manuscript of Sexual Harassment of Working Women

1979: Sexual Harassment of Working Women (book)

1982: Toward Feminist Jurisprudence (Stanford Law Review)

1982: Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State: An Agenda for Theory (Signs)

1982: Violence Against Women: A Perspective (Aegis)

1983: Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State: Toward Feminist Jurisprudence (Signs) — published again in Feminism & Methodology: Social Science Issues (1987)?

1983: Male Ideology of Privacy: A Feminist Perspective on the Right to Abortion (Radical America)

1983: MacKinnon-Schlafly debate

1984: Roe v. Wade: A Study in Male Ideology (in Abortion: Moral and Legal Perspectives)

1984: Not a Moral Issue (Yale Law & Policy Review)

1984: Reply to Miller, Acker, and Barry, Johnson, West, and Gardiner

1985: Pornography, Civil Rights, and Speech (Harvard Law Review)

1985: Feminist Discourse, Moral Values, and the Law — A Conversation (Buffalo Law Review)

1985: Testimony of Catharine A. MacKinnon to the Attorney General’s Commission on Pornography, July 24-25, 1985

1985: The reasons why: essays on the new civil rights law recognizing pornography as sex discrimination

1985: Coming Apart: Feminists and the Conflict over Pornography (with Nan Hunter, Off Our Backs, Vol XV, No 6)

1985: An open letter to Adrienne Rich, re: the FACT Brief

1986: Difference and Dominance: On Sex Discrimination (1986 in The Moral Foundations of Civil Rights; 1987 in Feminism Unmodified)

1987: Desire and Power (Marxism and the Interpretation of Culture)

1987: Feminism Unmodified (book)

1987: “Pleasure Under Patriarchy”: The Feminist/Political Approach (in Theories and Paradigms of Human Sexuality and in Feminism Unmodified)

1987: Doctoral Dissertation in Yale Dept of Political Science “Feminism, Marxism, Method, and the State”

1987: Unthinking ERA Thinking, Review of Why We Lost the ERA by Jane J. Mansbridge (Chicago Law Review)

1988: Pornography and Civil Rights: A New Days for Women’s Equality (book, with Andrea Dworkin)

1989: Sexuality, Pornography, and Method: “Pleasure under Patriarchy” (Ethics)

1989: Toward a Feminist Theory of the State (book)

1990: Graduation Address: Yale Law School, June 1989 (Yale Journal of Law and Feminism)

1990: Sex Equality and Nation-Building in Canada: The Meech Lake Accord (Tulsa Law Journal)

1991: From Practice to Theory, or What Is a White Woman Anyway (Yale Journal of Law and Feminism)

1991: Reflections on Sex Equality Under Law (Yale Law Journal)

1991: Pornography as Defamation and Discrimination (BU Law Review)

1993: Turning Rape Into Pornography: Postmodern Genocide, Ms. Magazine, July/Aug.

1993: Only Words (book)

1993: Prostitution and Civil Rights (Michigan Journal of Gender & Law)

1993: Crimes of War, Crimes of Peace (UCLA Women’s Law Journal)

1993: Comment: Theory is Not a Luxury (Studies in Transnational Legal Policy)

1994: Rape, Genocide, and Women’s Human Rights (Harvard Women’s Law Journal)

1995: Pornography Left and Right (Harvard Civil Rights-Civil Liberties Law Review)

1995: Vindication and Resistance: A Response to the Carneigie Mellon Study of Pornography in Cyberspace (Georgetown Law Journal)

1997: In Harm’s Way: The Pornography Civil Rights Hearings (with Andrea Dworkin, book).

1997: Freedom from Unreal Loyalties: On Fidelity in Constitutional Interpretation (Fordham Law Review)

1997: Oncale v. Sundowner Offshore Services, Inc., 96-568, Amici Curiae Brief in Support of Petitioner (UCLA Women’s Law Journal)

1998: “Feminist Jurisprudence in The Reader’s Companion to U.S. Women’s History

2000: Privacy and Equality: Notes on their Tension (The Tocqueville Review)

2000: Disputing Men’s Sovereignty (Harvard Law Review; WLML)

2000: Points against Postmodernism (Chicago-Kent Law Review)

2000: Collective Harms under the Alien Tort Statute: A Cautionary Note on Class Actions (ILSA Journal of International & Comparative Law)

2001: Sex Equality. University Casebook Series.

2001: Féminisme, marxisme et postmodernisme / Feminism, marxism and postmodernism (Les rapports sociaux de sexeActuel Marx)

2001: “The Case” Responds (The American Political Science Review)

2002: The Logic of Experience: Reflections on the Development of Sexual Harassment Law (Georgetown Law Journal)

2003: Mainstreaming Feminism in Legal Education (Journal of Legal Education)

2004: The Straight Road: A Tribute to Burke Marshall (Yale Law Journal)

2004: The Road Not Taken: Sex Equality in Lawrence v. Texas (Ohio State Law Journal)

2004: Directions in Sexual Harassment Law (with Reva Siegel, book)

2005: Genocide’s Sexuality (Nomos)

2005: Women’s Lives, Men’s Laws. (book)

2005: Legal Feminism in Theory and Practice.

2005: Pornography as Trafficking (Michigan Journal of International Law)

2006: Are Women Human?: And Other International Dialogues. (book)

2006: Women’s September 11th: Rethinking the International Law of Conflict (Harvard International Law Journal)

2006: Defining Rape Internationally: A Comment on Akayesu (Columbia Journal of Transnational Law)

2006: Sex Equality under the Constitution of India: Problems, Prospects, and Personal Laws (International Journal of Constitutional Law)

2007: Sex Equality (2nd edition). University Casebook Series.

2007: Directions in Sexual Harassment Law (Nova Law Review)

2008: The ICTR’s Legacy on Sexual Violence (New England Journal of International and Comparative Law)

2008: Mainstreaming Women’s Rights Issues in the Justice System (NJA Law Journal)

2009: Prosecutor v. Nahimana, Barayagwiza, & Ngeze (American Journal of International Law)

2010: Symposium: Catharine MacKinnon: Foreword (Tulsa Law Review)

2010: A Love Letter to Rush Bader Ginsburg (Women’s Rights Law Reporter)

2010: Engaged Scholarship as Method and Vocation (Yale Journal of Law and Feminism)

2011: Trafficking, Prostitution, and Inequality (Harvard Civil Rights Civil Liberties Law Review)

2011: Substantive Equality: A Perspective (Minnesota Law Review)

2011: X-Underrated: Living in a World the Pornographers Have Made (book chapter)

2012: Part II Ideas, Ch.19 Gender in Constitutions (The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Constitutional Law)

2012: 10×10 (International Journal of Constitutional Law)

2012: Forward to Feminist constitutionalism : global perspectives

2013: Intersectionality as method: a note (Signs)

2013: Creating International Law: Gender and Leading Edge (Harvard Journal of Law & Gender)

2013: Raising Hell, Making Miracles: The Everlovin’ Legal Imagination of Ann Scales (Denver University Law Review)

2014: Sexual Violence (with Nana Chavi Keeney in The Oxford Companion to International Relations)

2015: Dahl’s feminism? (Journal of political power)

2016: Toward a Renewed Equal Rights Amendment: Now more than ever (Harvard Journal of Law & Gender)

2016: Forward to Kate Millett’s Sexual Politics

2016: Rape Redefined (Harvard Law Review)

2016: Sex Equality (3rd edition). University Casebook Series.

2016: Substantive Equality Revisited: A Reply to Sandra Fredman

2016: In Their Hands: Restoring Institutional Liability for Sexual Harassment in Education (Yale Law Journal)

2017: Introduction to Symposium on toward a Feminist Theory of the State (Law and Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice)

2017: Substantive Equality Revisited: A Rejoinder to Sandra Fredman (International Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 15, Issue 4)

2018: Gender in Constitutional Law (book)

2017, 2019: Butterfly Politics (book)

2017: Response to Five Philosophers: Toward a Feminist Theory of the State Some Decades Later (Feminist Philosophy Quarterly)

2018: #MeToo And Law’s Limitations (The New York Times)

2019: Reconstituting the Future: An Equality Amendment (with Kimberle Crenshaw, Yale Law Journal Forum)

2019: Ask a Feminist: Sexual Harassment in the Age of #MeToo (with Mitra, Durba in Signs)

2020: Weaponizing the First Amendment: An Equality Reading (Virginia Law Review)

2020: Equality (Daedalus)

2021: OnlyFans Is Not a Safe Place for ‘Sex Work’. (The New York Times)

2022: Women’s Lives in Men’s Courts: Briefs for Change (book)

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