18th EASA Biennial Conference
Doing and Undoing with Anthropology
University of Barcelona, 23-26 July 2024.
Registration commences on 8 April, when 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. While you can pay immediately after completing your registration, it is not obligatory. You will be emailed an invoice with payment information (for card or bank transfer). We’d ask that invoices be settled within 15 days.
How much are conference fees?
Registration fees are yet to be finalised as prices for goods and services keep rising. The figures below are intended to be taken as a ballpark, to help those who need to submit funding applications. We are still negotiating various services and hope to be able to reduce these quoted fees.
Face to Face (f2f):
Non-members High: €405
Non-members Low: €305
Members High: €345
Members Medium: €295
Members Low: €240
Day registration (1 day only): €125
F2f registration gives access to an opening drinks reception, three lunches, five tea/coffee breaks, and all sessions and events.
The conference party ticket is a charged-for extra, to be booked at the time of registration. F2f delegates will also have access to the online day and are warmly encouraged to participate in that. To better enable that, the online day takes place the week before the f2f conference.
Non-members High: €100
Non-members Low: €75
Members High: €80
Members Medium: €70
Members Low: €50
Online-only registration gives access to all online panels and alternate formats which are part of the online day (Thursday 18 July), as well as the keynotes and plenaries from the f2f conference (23-26 July).
Early Bird will be open from 8 April to 16 June. After this, standard fees will apply which will be more expensive.
What are you paying for?
EASA prioritises the attendance of precarious scholars using the full price fees to subsidise the low-income registration fee, and also through funding travel and accommodation of many of those on low/no income.
EASA aims to give grants to some precarious scholars and students to partially cover registration fees, as well as other costs such as accommodation, travel, and visas for F2F participation.
The Call for Funding is open and will close on 1 April 2024 at 23:59 CET: details and application form are on the funding page.