Registration will open in April 2023 once all panels have been timetabled. All participants – panel convenors, authors, chairs, discussants, organisers, keynotes, plenary speakers, guests, volunteers, committee members and those without any specific role – MUST register in advance of the event.
Registration is by online form only and does NOT require instant payment: on completion you will be emailed an invoice with payment information. Payment can be taken online by credit card or bank transfer, and invoices should be settled within 15 days.
How much are conference fees?
Registration fees have not been finalised yet, as prices for goods and services keep rising :-(. However, we are hoping to keep them within this range below:
FACE TO FACE FEES
- Non-member €345
- Member (high income €50,000 upwards) €305
- Member (medium income €25,000-49,999) €235
- Member (low income €0-24,999) €175
- Member student €135
- Non-member €235
- Member (high income €50,000 upwards) €195
- Member (medium income €25,000-49,999) €160
- Member (low income €0-24,999) €135
- Member student €105
This fee includes an opening drinks reception, four lunches and six tea/coffee breaks, and access to all sessions and events except the conference social, which has a ticket as a charged-for extra, to be booked at the time of registration.
Early Bird prices cease on 1 June with standard fees €75 more expensive.
What are you paying for?
EAJS prioritises the attendance of precarious scholars using the full price and non-member fees to subsidise the low-income registration fees, and also through funding travel and accommodation of many of those on low/no income.
The Call for Funding will probably open in 20 March. EAJS aims to give grants to some precarious scholars and students to partially cover registration fees, as well as other costs such as accommodation, travel, covid tests and visas for F2F participation.