Registration

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If you purchase a membership and a registration, you may add Order Comments during check out, such as “I wish to receive American Quarterly online only (no print issues),” “I am a student,” or “I am affiliated with a K-12 educational institution.” A joint membership may be purchased by an individual who shares a household with a regular member in good standing. Please provide the membership number and last name of the regular member in the Order Comments.

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The user name, email address, and password you currently use to enter other ASA sites will not work here until you have also registered the same user name and password. This is a new system for conference registration, so there are no accounts from prior conferences stored here. You may create an account during the check out process.

You may add to your registration fee a tax-deductible contribution to our special conference fund, including

*the graduate student conference travel grants program,
*the annual breakfast program of graduate student professional development workshops,
*the Middle East conference travel grants program to bring students and scholars from the region to our annual meeting
*the minority and indigenous student conference travel award

You may add to your registration fee a tax-deductible contribution to our annual awards program, including

*the Constance Rourke Prize for the best article in American Quarterly,
*the Critical Ethnic Studies Prize for the best paper presented in comparative ethnic studies at the annual meeting,
*the Wise-Susman Prize for the best student paper at the convention,
*the Yasuo Sakakibara Prize for the best paper presented by an international scholar at the meeting,
*the Ralph Henry Gabriel Prize for the best dissertation in American studies,
*the Lora Romero First Book Publication Prize, the John Hope Franklin Best Book Publication Prize,
*the Gloria E. Anzaldúa Award for Independent Scholars, Contingent or Community College Faculty,
*the Mary C. Turpie Prize for outstanding teaching, advising, and program development in American studies,
*the Angela Y. Davis Prize for outstanding public scholarship, and
*the Bode-Pearson Prize for outstanding contributions to American studies.

Specify, the Fund to which you wish to contribute on “Order Comments” during check out. You may select the same amount multiple times to send a larger amount.

The American Studies Association is a 501 (3c) not-for-profit organization chartered in the District of Columbia eligible to receive tax deductible donations and contributions.