Jessica Hille

Jessica Hille

Graduate Student, 2013 Cohort

About Jessica Hille

Jessica is currently a Ph.D. candidate in Gender Studies with a Ph.D. Minor in Human Sexuality from the Kinsey Institute. In law school, her studies and activism focused on reproductive justice, LGBTQ rights, and family law. At Washington University in St. Louis, she co-taught the seminar "Women and the Law" for undergraduates. Courses taught at IU range from Orgasm: The History and Politics of Female Pleasure, to Public Oral Communication. Current research projects include definitions of "sex", female orgasm, asexuality and asexual identity, and sexual satisfaction.

Education History

L.L.M., Health Law and Policy, University of Washington - Seattle

J.D., Washington University in St. Louis

B.A., Political Science, University of Chicago

Selected Awards

John Money Fellowship for Scholars of Sexology, Kinsey Institute

Janice M. Epp Student Scholarship, Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality

Population, Reproduction, and Sexual Health Section: Student Poster Award, American Public Health Assocation