Professor Harding received her B.A. (with honors) from McGill University and a LL.B. from Dalhousie Law School, Canada. While at Dalhousie she was Chair of the Moot Court Society and won numerous awards and scholarships for her writing and academic achievement. In 1989, she was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship and went on to obtain a B.C.L. from Oxford University and an LL.M. from Yale Law School, where she was submissions editor for the Yale Journal of Law and the Humanities. Professor Harding teaches torts, property, legal philosophy and comparative constitutional law. Her scholarly interests include comparative constitutional law, property law and the legal treatment of cultural objects.
Perpetual Property, Florida Law Review (2009)
This paper explores the emergence of perpetual property in a number of discrete areas of...
Kramer's Popular Constitutionalism: A Quick Normative Assessment, Chicago-Kent College of Law (2006)
Bonnichsen v. United States: Time, Place and the Search for Identity, International Journal fo Cultural Property (2005)
Cultural Property and the Limitations of Preservation, Law & Policy (2003)
Contributions to Books
Culture, Commodification and Native American Cultural Patrimony, Rethinking Commodification: Cases and Readings in Law and Culture (2005)
Cultural Secrecy and the Protection of Cultural Property, Topics in Cultural Resource Law (2000)