Good news! FiMA is a non-profit as of 2021, so all payments and donations are tax-deductible.
We regret that registration and membership require two different PayPal transactions, but this is a technical issue beyond our control.
Full-Time Faculty Registration
Student/Part-Time/Contract/Precarious or Underfunded/Student Registration
Graduate Students, Contracted Faculty, Precarious or Underfunded Faculty, and Retired Faculty are eligible for reduced conference registration
One-Year FiMA Membership + FMS Subscription
FiMA membership includes a subscription to Feminist Modernist Studies (print + digital). To keep your membership active, renewal is due no later than February 1 each year.
Two-Year FiMA Membership + FMS Subscription
FiMA membership includes a subscription to Feminist Modernist Studies (print + digital). To keep your membership active, renewal is due no later than February 1 every other year.
Registration is free for students, faculty, and alumni of Loyola, as well as for the larger Chicago community, so long as you are not on the program, but you must register here.
Building on the recent MSA roundtable on “The Future of Modernist Studies in an Age of Precarity”, we are offering a Saturday lunchtime workshop on academic precarity. (Lunch included.) In keeping with FiMA’s theme, Feminist Revolutions, and with the rich history of consciousness raising and grassroots organizing so essential to feminism in mind, we eschew the roundtable format for a more interactive and praxis-oriented workshop. We will prioritize free writing, brainstorming, conversation, and coalition building, with the goal of creating a knowledge base from which new political postures emerge and action plans are crafted. The majority of our time in the workshop will be dedicated to sharing, listening, and processing potential feminist responses to precarity. Follow this link to sign up for the workshop. Password: FiMA2 (Please note that the password is case sensitive.)
You can donate to FiMA here. All donations go toward supporting under-funded or precarious scholars, and supporting future conferences. Remember: all donations are also tax-deductible!