Summer 2016 - Volume 20, Number 2
Aug 12-Oct 2: Kinsey Collection on display at Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art in Chicago
Oct 6-8: Join us for the New View Capstone Conference: Critique – Resist – Transform: Feminist Scholar Activism and the New View Campaign at Indiana University
Morrison Hall, home of the Kinsey Institute, experienced a water line break and flooding on Saturday, June 4. Kinsey and IU libraries staff, with Indiana University facility operations personnel, took immediate action, and efforts to protect and preserve the collections are ongoing.
Museum consultant Rebecca Fasman explains the goals of this new Kinsey collections initiative.
When Sue Carter joined the Kinsey Institute as Director, she brought with her an expanded perspective on human sexuality – the neurobiology of love and relationships. What came next was a new tagline, a new logo, and now, a new website developed by Alan Milner and Janae Cummings from the Office for the Vice President of IT at Indiana University. We invite you to visit and learn with us as we “explore love, sexuality, and well-being."
Drew Clark-Huckstep and Hallimeda Allinson of the IU department of history are combing the archives to present the history of the Kinsey Institute.
Students at Indiana University Bloomington will be getting the message about sexual health, sexual assault and related resources as they ride around campus this year. The Indiana University Women’s Philanthropy Leadership Council and the IU Foundation Well House Society have both awarded funds for a Campus Sexual Assault Awareness Campaign. The award will fund a two-year program that includes a campus bus-wrap advertisement designed to increase student awareness about consent, bystander intervention, and other sexual health issues. The Kinsey Institute will continue to partner with the Dean of Students Office and other health providers on campus for this campaign.
Meet Associate Director Dr. Nancy Ostrowski and Senior Clinical Research Fellow Dr. Jerry Jesseph.
Check out some of the new podcasts and interviews with Dr. Carter.
New research findings reveal attitudes and behaviors of LGTBQ singles, sexting behavior, and the stigma of virginity.
Stephen Porges speaks on “The Science of Safety” in Relationship Alive
Justin Garcia in the Wall Street Journal on “What keeps couples happy long term?”
Recent research publications from the Kinsey Institute
Love is more than an emotion. It is essential to our individual and collective well-being. Your support will help the Kinsey Institute advance research and education in the science of love and give a diverse field of researchers the resources they need to make new discoveries.Pledge your support