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Join ISAS

Note: If you are already an ISAS member and wish to pay current dues, please go here: http://www.isasweb.net/memProfile.html

(scroll down for instructions on payment)

ISAS is the international organization of record for the field of Anglo-Saxon studies, and your membership plays a vital role ensuring that ISAS can continue to thrive. Your dues help support a number of initiatives for Anglo-Saxon scholarship, including our graduate student travel fund, annual New Voices sessions at Kalamazoo and Leeds, the publication of our Essays in Anglo-Saxon Studies volumes, charitable contributions to organizations such as the Lynn Grundy Memorial Trust, the British Library and the Dictionary of Old English, and, of course, the running of our biennial conference. 

For a full overview of other associated benefits of being an ISAS member, please see: http://www.isasweb.net/mem.html


Instructions:

* If you wish to join ISAS, it's easy, and you can pay on-line using a credit or debit card. Membership dues are for two years, at the Regular membership ($60USD or equivalent in £GBP) or Student, Part Time or Retired levels (both $40USD
or equivalent in £GBP). 

* Scroll down to the bottom of this window, and follow the application process here to enter in all of your contact details, which will also be included in the members-only directory.

* On the page where you fill in your details, you will also have an option to contribute to the ISAS Graduate Fund. Please consider doing so, as this helps run our graduate workshops, as well as fund graduate student travel to the ISAS conference. 


* The on-line system uses the PayPal system, which is internationally used by millions, secure and confidential. 

* Even if you do not use PayPal,  no worries! - when paying, just choose the "Don't have a PayPal account" option, where you can just pay via credit/debit card as a guest.


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