The Kinsey Institute Celebrates Up and Coming Sex Researchers

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The Kinsey Institute recently celebrated the research of up and coming sex researchers through its student research grant and John Money fellowship programs.

Natalie Ingraham at WISP

Photo: Jennifer Bass

Natalie Ingraham presenting her master's thesis research.

The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction… or just the Kinsey Institute (for short)… recently celebrated the research of 7 up and coming sex researchers through its student research grant program and John Money fellowship program.

And The Winners Are…

Indiana University student Bradley Lane has been awarded the John Money Fellowship to develop his dissertation project, A Visual Politics of the Perverse: Sexual Predation and the ‘Perversion’ of American Visual Culture.  The fellowship supports graduate students whose scholarly work would benefit from the use of library and archival materials at The Kinsey Institute.

Six students were awarded the Kinsey Institute’s student research grant.

Three from Indiana University won:

And, three from other universities won:

  • Hollie Fuhrmann (Univ.  of South Florida – Anthropology, Family & Community Health)
  • Christina Larson (UCLA – Psychology)
  • Julia Mackaronis (Univ of Utah – Psychology)

Each of these students received $750 to support their research.

And, it is worth noting the widespread media attention that Brandon Hill‘s research on Americans’ definition of “sex” recently received.

Congratulations to all of these young scholars!

Dr. Eric Anthony Grollman

received his PhD in sociology at Indiana University. He is an Assistant Professor at the University of Richmond. Dr. Grollman's research interests lie in medical sociology, social psychology, sexualities, and race/gender/class. You can see his personal blog at
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