The Oral History Association has recently switched to a new individual membership system from that previously administered by Oxford University Press. We believe that the new system will provide improved service for OHA members.
The Board of the Central European History Society (CEHS) warmly invites you to join the society. Membership includes the following benefits:
--print and online access to the journal Central European History Vol. 48 (2015), plus online access back to Volume 33 (2000), for €33/£26/$42 (€21/£17/$27 students)
--online access to the journal’s archive (Volumes 1-32, 1968-1999), for an additional €8/£7/$10
--discounts up to 20 percent on books published by Cambridge University Press
The new ESSA website is now in operation at https://networks.h-net.org/node/3076/pages/55813/early-slavic-studies-association. Although the website is still under development, PayPal buttons for membership dues (“Subscribe”) and donations (“Donate”) are now available for use on the home page. As of November 2014, news are now $20 for regular members and $10 for retirees and students. If you have not paid your dues for 2015 already, please take this opportunity to pay them now.
We are happy to announce that the OHA office will now be coordinating individual membership rather than Oxford University Press. We feel that we will be able to provide better membership service and otherwise strengthen the OHA through this move.
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Membership in the H-Holocaust discussion group requires a Master's Degree in a university discipline, preferably but not limited to, the disciplines dealing with The Holocaust/Shoah and/or antisemitism. Students in master's degree programs will be considered for membership on recommendation from his or her professor within this discipline.
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