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International Association for Feminist Economics

Argentina, Facultad de Ciencias Economicas de la Universidad de Buenos Aires. Thursday, July 22 – Saturday, July 24, 2010 (Jueves 22 al Sábado 24 de Julio de 2010).

Start making your plans now to attend the 2010 Annual Conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina!

Conference Theme and Paper Submissions:
Theme: Global Economic Crises and Feminist Rethinking of the Development Discourse (Crisis Economica Global Y Revision Feminista del Debate Sobre el Desarrollo)

Click here to access the Call for Papers and Submission Instructions.

The due date for submissions is February 1st.

Conference Registration:

A downloadable form for conference registration is now available. You can print out the form and either mail or fax it to the address/fax number indicated on the form.
Click here for registration form.

On-line registration for the conference is open. You will be able to register on-site in Buenos Aires if you miss the deadline.
Click here for on-line registration for the conference.

Travel Funding For Participants from Developing and Transition Countries:
Travel funding applications due: February 1, 2010.

Travel funding awards made: March 1, 2010
Click below for travel funding information and the application:
Travel Fund Application (word format)
Travel Fund Application (pdf format)

If you are experiencing problems with using conference maker or downloading the Travel Grant form please e-mail conference@iaffe.org.

Rhonda Williams Prize:
IAFFE announces the Rhonda Williams Prize, instituted to help diversify IAFFE by encouraging underrepresented groups to participate in feminist economics. In particular, the prize is intended to encourage and support IAFFE members whose work reflects Rhonda Williams’s legacy of scholarship and activism. The prize will be awarded at IAFFE’s annual conference in Boston. The application deadline is February 1, 2010. Click here for more details.

Visas for Travel to Argentina:
Click here for information on visa requirements to enter Argentina: Visa Requirements

Conference Location, Maps, Getting to Buenos Aires, Hotels, and Dormitory Rooms:
Conference Venue: Universidad de Buenos Aires
Local Host Department: Faculty of Economics (Facultad de Ciencias Economicas)
Local Host Contacts: Dr Brugnoli in charge of International Relations; Professor Barbieri, Dean, Faculty of Economics.
Click here for more information about logistics: Link for logistics

Pre-conference Workshop:
The IAFFE Pre-Conference is Wednesday, July 21, 2010 (Miércoles 21 de Julio de 2010).
Click on this Pre-Conference link for more information.

Conference Art:
Click below to see a larger version of the artwork correspending to the 2010 IAFFE conference. The “Vibraciones” artwork is by Argentinian artist Josefina Robirosa (oil painting on cardboard from the 60’s).
Artwork (1 jpg image, approximately 80 kilobytes)

Preliminary Schedule for 2010 IAFFE Summer Conference, Buenos Aires, Argentina:
Thursday, July 22 – Saturday, July 24, 2010 (Jueves 22 al Sábado 24 de Julio de 2010).
Link to preliminary schedule

Board Meeting:

Final Note:
The conference takes place during the Argeninian winter, with temperatures of 8-12 degrees centigrade (about 32-54 degrees fahrenheit). You can check the forecast before your departure at http://www.smn.gov.ar/


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Click below for for the final versions of the complete programs, program overviews, and full downloadable papers.

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