Benefits of Membership

Benefits of Membership

  • Subscription to TAPA and access to TAPA online in Project Muse.
  • Two newsletters each year containing information about Society activities as well as other programs and funding opportunities of interest to Classicists
  • Complimentary copies of Amphora, the Society's outreach publication.
  • Discounts on books from Oxford University Press and Blackwell Books via the SCS web site
  • Reduced registration rates for the joint annual meeting with AIA and for candidates and subscribers using the SCS Placement Service, which provides the most comprehensive listing of positions available in the field
  • The opportunity to submit abstracts for and make presentations in SCS sessions during the Joint AIA/SCS Annual Meeting
  • Eligibility for consideration for SCS awards for outstanding scholarship and public programs in Classics
  • Individual Subscriptions to the ACLS Humanities E-books Series
  • Discounts on subscriptions to the American Journal of Philology and Arethusa through Johns Hopkins University Press
  • Opportunities to serve on SCS boards and committees and make an impact on the field of Classics

Prospective members


Current members

Society for Classical Studies Membership Services
Johns Hopkins University PressJournals Division
P. O. Box 19966
Baltimore, MD 21211-0966
Telephone (U.S. and Canada only): 800-548-1784; (other countries): 410-516-6987
FAX:  410-516-3866
E-mail:  mailto:jrnlcirc@press.jhu.edu

The Johns Hopkins University Press (JHUP) which manages our membership database has recently upgraded the online payment mechanism it uses to collect dues.  This upgrade requires users to log in to the JHUP system before entering credit card information.  New members will need to create an account that they can subsequently use to gain access to resources that JHUP maintains for us such as our directory of members and issues of TAPA in Project Muse.  If returning members created an account on the JHUP site in the past, they should not create a new one.  The log-in page to the JHUP system contains links that returning members can use to retrieve a password or username and thus determine whether they have already created an account.

JHUP staff will be happy to help members encountering any difficulty with their accounts.  Staff can be reached in the following ways:

If you call JHUP and reach an answering machine, be sure to leave a message that includes a suggested time to call you back.  This will enable staff to follow up with you as soon as they can.

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