Congrats to Kate Averett!

Kate Averett was recently awarded the 2014 Martin P. Levine Fellowship from the ASA Section on Sexualities.  Her winning dissertation proposal–entitled“Gender, Sexuality, the Family, and Homeschooling”–examines changing discourses of childhood gender and sexuality in the United States, looking at the motivations of parents who homeschool their children to reveal some of the ways that gender and sexuality factor in to parents’ decisions about what children need and who can best provide it.

Congrats, Kate!