Young Scholars

IAFFE's Young Scholars is an inclusive, evolving sub-group in IAFFE, represented by the Young Scholars Members Sub-Committee, and is open to anyone who self-identifies as early career in their field or simply newer to feminist economics and wants to connect with others in a similar place. 

We are currently plannning a number of programs to engage with other self-identified young or early career scholars. To sign up for announcements, please complete this form.

Current programs include:

  • Monthly Reading Group: See below for details and upcoming sessions.
  • Mentorship Program: Currently piloting its first year. 
  • Slack Group: Currently in development. Sign-up link will be posted here when open.

READING GROUP SESSIONS

The Young Scholars Committee organizes the reading group as an open space where IAFFE members can meet regularly to discuss different topics within the field of feminist economics. It is intended to be a safe space where anyone can learn together and explore new questions.

In 2022, we will meet once or twice a month to discuss different chapters from the ‘The Routledge Handbook of Feminist Economics,’ edited by Günseli Berik and Ebru Kongar. Each session will be hosted by a young scholar to facilitate discussion, so bring your thoughts and questions about the chapters for that session!

Monday January 31, 2022 at 11:30 am EST

  • Chapter 24: Sex Work and Trafficking by Francesca Bettio
  • Hosted by: Ridhi Aggarwal 

Wednesday February 16, 2022 at 10:30 am EST

  • Chapter 9 & 46: Care Work by Katherine A. Moos; Global Social Policy by Corina Rodriguez Enriquez 
  • Hosted by: Yazgi Genc 

Friday March 31, 2022 at 10:00 am EST

  • Chapter 39 & 41: Care regimes in the European Union by Janneke Plantenga; Care policies in the global south by Valeria Esquivel
  • Hosted by: Jennifer Castañeda Navarrete

Next Meeting:Tuesday, April 19 at 8:00am EST

  • Chapter 23: Global migration and care chains by Sarah Gammage
  • Hosted by: Hannah Randolph
  • Registration link

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting. If you have trouble registering or accessing the book chapter, please contact the host for the session.