The History of Economic Thought and the Philosophy of Economics working groups are organising the Second pre-ALAHPE INET-YSI workshop. The workshop will take place at Universidade Federal do Paraná in Curitiba, Brasil, on November 19th, one day before the Conference of the Latin American Association for the History of Economic Thought (ALAHPE).
The goal of the workshop is to discuss the methods, sources, and epistemological challenges involved in assessing the role of female economists in the history of Latin American economics. The workshop will be divided in sessions which will be dedicated to young scholars presenting their research and a presentation leaded by Dr. Verónica Montecinos, professor of Sociology at the Pennsylvania State University.
Young scholars whose research is related with the topic of the workshop or believe that this discussion could enhance their present or future work are encourage to apply.
In order to be eligible for travel stipends to attend the workshop and conference, young scholars should:
Be a Young Scholar with interest in the topic of the workshop
Attend the ALAHPE Conference
Send an e-mail to [email protected] by with:
Information such as: complete name, affiliation, title (PhD student, post-doc, etc.), country of origin, city and country of residence
a short summary about your research (max. 300 words)
a brief explanation of why you think this workshop will be useful for your research (max. 300 words)
Please, mention if your university or funding body could support your travel expenses if you were to be accepted
The deadline for applications is August 1st. Successful candidates will be contacted in September. We particularly encourage Latin American young scholars to apply, but the workshop is open to candidates from any region. A limited amount of travel stipends and accommodation will be provided to successful candidates, depending on the region from which they travel to the conference.
For further information and inquiries, please contact Julia Marchevsky, Ian Almeida and Camila Orozco-Espinel at [email protected].