Site icon International Society for the Study of Early Medieval England


Current members can click here to go to our membership pages

The International Society for the Study of Early Medieval England is open to all scholars interested in the languages, literatures, arts, history, and material culture of early medieval England. ISSEME’s work currently includes mounting our biennial conference, running graduate workshops, awarding publication prizes, sponsoring “New Voices” sessions at the Kalamazoo and Leeds medieval conferences for early-career scholars, and maintaining the ISSEME fora and on-line membership directory as a central basis of communication for members. ISSEME also works to support affiliated organizations such as the Old English Newsletter, the scholarly journal Anglo-Saxon England, and the Lynn Grundy Memorial Trust. For all of this, and more, a far-reaching membership base is vital, and so if you are not a member, please do consider joining us!

We strongly encourage graduate student participation in the Society and to that end have reserved a section of our website for information and various other matters of immediate interest to graduate students.

Advantages of membership

As a member of ISSEME you will:

Joining or renewing your membership

Biennial membership dues are $60USD for regular members, and $40USD for students and concessionary (retired or unwaged) members.

A new online membership system allows you to check your membership status and to edit your own contact details. You will be reminded by email when it is time to renew your membership, and you can pay by credit card, debit card, or PayPal. Your login details will also serve as the basis for the members-only section of the website.

New Members: become a new member of ISSEME by following the appropriate link:
regular member
student member
concessionary (retired or unwaged) member

Current Members: If you are already a member of ISSEME, and wish to check or renew your membership, see the membership directory or update your contact information, click here. To log on, you will need the e-mail address associated with your ISSEME membership, and your password. You can always reset your password by clicking “Forgot password”.

If you are logging in for the first time you may find it helpful to use these instructions with screenshots which will walk you through the process of logging in and changing your password.

If you are having trouble remembering your registered email address or setting your password, email the web manager.

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