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Welcoming

GSC welcomes anyone with an interest in German Studies including professors, graduate students, academics, University language departments, and professionals in political science, history, cultural studies, applied linguistics, musicology, art history, and education.

Supportive

We support our members by sharing syllabi, participating in various committees, sharing our expertise in research areas, publishing bulletins, journals, and directories, facilitating communications through Listserv, and sharing job ads.

Professional

We balance tradition with innovation by being at the forefront of conversations in our field while celebrating our decades as an established and respected organization.

Engaged

We demonstrate our passion for German Studies and stay connected with our members through regular communication via Listserv, bi-annual publications, professional journals, and through our annual conference.

Membership

The GSC-Membership includes the right to vote at the Association’s Annual General Meeting, the right to give papers at the Association’s annual conference, a subscription to the Association’s well-regarded scholarly journal Seminar, and access to publications such as the Bulletin and Directory of German scholars in Canada.

Membership Dues

The following categories of membership are available:

Membership CategorieMembership Dues
Graduate Student
Underemployed
Retired
$25/year
Income $0-$29,000$25/year
Income $29,001-$50,000$50/year
Income $50,001-$80,000$75/year
Income $80,001-$110,000$105/year
Income above $110,000$135/year
Lifetime membership$2,000

How to become a member

To join GSC or renew your membership, please click here.

For further, detailed information on membership eligibility, please contact Michel Mallet, GSC’s Secretary. For questions regarding membership payment, please contact James Skidmore, GSC’s Treasurer.

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