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Lifelong Learning - Kinsey Institute: 75 Years of Discovery

October 12, 2022 at 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. EDT
Kinsey Institute, Lindley Hall 150 S Woodlawn Ave, Bloomington, IN, 47405

Wednesday, Oct. 12

6–8 p.m. ET

In-person class

Location: Lindley Hall, Room 305

150 S. Woodlawn Ave, Bloomington, IN 47405

$30 per person


Join Jessica Hille, assistant director of education at the Kinsey Institute, for a discussion of the history of sex research at Indiana University. Learn about the groundbreaking research published by Alfred Kinsey and his team at the Institute of Sex Research in the 1940s and ‘50s that transformed America’s understanding of human sexuality and put Indiana University on the map as a leader in academic freedom. The Kinsey Reports challenged America to understand the enormous variation in human sexual behavior and led many people to an acceptance and appreciation of their own sexuality. Hille will share with you the core contributions of Kinsey Institute research over the past 75 years and give a taste of what’s to come! This session will also include a tour of the newly renovated space in Lindley Hall as well as the renowned Alfred C. Kinsey statue.


About the Instructor:

Jessica Hille is a gender and sexuality scholar and the assistant director for education at the Kinsey Institute. She oversees the KI continuing education program and serves as a co-director for the scholarly concentration in human sexuality and health with the Indiana University Bloomington School of Medicine.