The Auxiliary Library Facility now houses selections from the Kinsey Library collections.
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The IU Auxiliary Facility (ALF) expands capacity for storage and preservation.
Meet the six student awardees and read about their research.
Guest curators Ascherman and Palsa take us on an exploration of contemporary images created using early photographic processes.
Documentaries feature Kinsey researchers; Dan Savage contributes to Kinsey Confidential; and recommended reading from sexuality scholars.
Indiana University invites applications for post-doctoral traineeships in "Common Themes in Reproductive Diversity."
State-of-the-art cinema showcases Kinsey Institute materials.
The mission of The Kinsey Institute is to promote interdisciplinary research and scholarship in the fields of human sexuality, gender, and reproduction. The Institute was founded in 1947 by renowned sex researcher Alfred Kinsey. Today, the Institute has two components, an Indiana University research institute and a not-for-profit corporation, which owns and manages the Institute's research data and archives, collections, and databases.
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