Kinsey Institute Discussion Series

The Kinsey Institute Discussion Series highlights current sex and sexuality research from a wide array of disciplines. Speakers include Kinsey Institute faculty, visiting scholars, Kinsey Institute affiliates, and invited researchers. Lectures are offered throughout the academic year and are free and open to the public. 

Fall 2022

Joceyln Viterna, Ph.D.

December 9
11:00 am ET
Woodburn Hall

Jocelyn Viterna is Professor of Sociology and Director of Undergraduate Studies at Harvard University. Her current research examines how the passage of anti-abortion legislation in El Salvador has transformed the Salvadoran legal, judicial, and medical systems, with powerful and negative consequences for the health and freedom of pregnant people living there.

Spring 2023

Martina Anto-Ocrah, Ph.D.

March 3
2:00-3:30 pm ET
Lindley Hall, Kinsey Institute Seminar Room
Remote via Zoom

Dr. Martina Anto-Ocrah is an epidemiologst and Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Pittsburgh. Her research lab focuses on reproductive epidemiology, social media & digital health, and global health. She is particularly interested in sex/gender disparities with an emphasis on women's health.

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