Congratulations to the 2017 winners:
Joan Lubin (University of Pennsylvania) and Drew Clark-Huckstep (Indiana University).
Honorable mention to Lital Pascar (Northwestern University) and Alanna Beroiza (Rice University).
Dr. John Money established The John Money Fellowship for Scholars of Sexology in 2002. The fellowship supports graduate students whose scholarly work would benefit from the use of library and archival materials at the Kinsey Institute. Fellows are also expected to contribute to the organization, preservation, and/or accessibility of Kinsey Institute collections. Examples include, but are not limited to the creation of:
Each recipient of the John Money Fellowship for Scholars of Sexology will receive $3,000 in two payments ($1,500 at the start and end of the fellowship). The fellowship must be used to cover travel, lodging, and research expenses associated with the stated purpose. There can be up to two fellows each year.
Research at the Kinsey Institute
The graduate fellow may stay between four to eight weeks at the Kinsey Institute during the calendar year of the award. Research for a thesis or dissertation will be acceptable.
Applications are encouraged from students from any academic discipline who are enrolled in a graduate program in the United States and whose research interests concern the history, politics, and methodology of sexology and sexuality studies.
Applications for the 2018 fellowship will open in late fall 2017.
Joan Lubin (University of Pennsylvania) and Drew Clark-Huckstep (Indiana University) are the 2017 recipients of the John Money Fellowship for Scholars of Sexology.
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