Self portrait with magnifier
by Kiss Márta

Student grant information

AtGender as a co-organizer of the 8th EFRC, together with the Department of Gender Studies, CEU, have generously dedicated 5000 Euros for grants for student participation at the conference. In addition to this, the Friedrich Ebert Foundation and one of the conference key note speakers, Clare Hemmings, have generously offeredfinancial support for student participation.There was a great interest in these grants and we had to make a selection. However, the organizers of the conference have agreed to offer several forms of reduced fees (for students, for early birds, for regional scholars) for ATGENDER-members who register for the conference.In addition to this, the conference team continue to apply for financial support and hope to be able to offer more student grants in a near future.

If you have received one of the student grants, one condition for being eligible to receive the grant is that you are, or become, an ATGENDER member.

ATGENDER has reduced fees for student membership and it costs 25 Euros to become a member. You can download the membership registration form here:

Student grants can be used to waive the conference fee and/or for free accommodation during the conference. More information about this will soon be published here.