Registration, Membership, and Workshops

We regret that registration and membership require two different PayPal transactions, but this is a technical issue beyond our control. 

Full-Time Faculty Registration


Part-Time/Adjunct/Student Registration

Graduate Students, Contracted 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).


Two-Year FiMA Membership + FMS Subscription

FiMA membership includes a subscription to Feminist Modernist Studies (print + digital).


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.

Registration for Newberry Library Special Collections Workshops

Following the Friday morning plenary at the Newberry Library, we will have two 45 minute sessions where registered participants will have a guided, hands-on tour of a curated selection of archival materials from the Newberry’s collections related to conference themes. (Limit 15 participants per session). To register for these sessions, please email, with Newberry Special Collections Workshop in the subject line.

These sessions will run from 10:45-11:30, and 11:30-12:15. The first floor of the Newberry has an exhibit space, bookstore, free wifi, and plenty of comfortable seating for participants assigned to the second session.

Registration for Feminist Precarity Workshop

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.)

Want to support feminist scholarship?

You can donate to FiMA here. All donations go toward travel grants.

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