General Information

The 11th European Feminist Research Conference will be held in presence.

As we are considering to guarantee a (minority) number of online presentations, we ask you to indicate in the abstract, whether your participation will be only possible online.

The organization of the conference will necessarily follow the evolution of the health emergency.

To apply, we kindly ask you to choose one of the ten thematic strands. Submitted abstracts will be peer reviewed by at least two experts.

The deadline for abstracts is 21 November 2021. The deadline has been extended to 5 December!  Notification of acceptance will be sent to corresponding authors not later than 15 January 2022.

For all the requests and information regarding the conference, please refer to the email address:

Contributions to the strands are invited to utilize one of the following formats:

– Oral presentations

– Thematic panels with up to 4 presenters

Papers proposals should include:

Title, a 250 words Abstract, 3-5 keywords, name, affiliation, contact information, and short (100 words or less) biography of the presenter.

Panel proposals should include:

A title for the panel session, a 500 words abstract of the thematic session and 3-5 keywords; 250 words abstracts for each paper, names, affiliations, contact information, and short (100 words or less) biography of the chair and each panelist. 

Proposals must be submitted to: 

Strand 1: Migrations and Mobilities from a Feminist, Queer and Intersectional Perspective:, 

Strand 2: Feminist and lgbtqia+ struggles: legacies and strategies, memories and visions:,

Strand 3: Critiques and strategies of mediation, representation, and digital technologies:,

Strand 4: Feminist Art, Technological Practices, Literature, New materialism, Posthumanities:,

Strand 5: Affect, emotion, feeling, mood:,

Strand 6: Feminist epistemologies and methodologies:,

Strand 7: Toward new forms of feminist pedagogy? Trends, interpretations and available resources:,

Strand 8: Intersectional Perspectives on Health, Care, Vulnerabilities and Violence:,

Strand 9: Life courses and generations in a feminist and intersectional perspective:,

Strand 10: Citizenship, Nationalism(s) and Racism(s):,

In case you are interested in proposing a panel which does not seem to fit to any of the strands listed above, you can send your proposal to Proposals ‘off strand’ will be reviewed by the Conference scientific committee. 

The main conference language is English, and all stand-alone presentations must be in English. However, we also offer the possibility for Italian-speaking participants to suggest panels with up to four presenters in Italian as well as roundtables.

We will also facilitate other accessibility requirements upon request.

Finally, one person can present up to two papers.