The University of Nebraska Press is proud to be affiliated with a number of academic societies. We are the publishing partner for many of them and, for some, handle membership purchases and renewals through our website. Learn more below and find links to additional resources.
Our Current Societies Include
This speciality group within the AAG promotes the common interests of persons working within the field of historical geography. Members receive subscriptions to Historical Geography, the group’s journal, as a benefit of membership.
Members of the Magazine Division are educators and scholars who teach courses on the production and business of magazines—broadly redefined to include new forms in the digital world—and study their cultural roles and effects on societies and audiences. Members receive subscriptions to its journal, the Journal of Magazine Media, as a benefit of membership. (Current members who have received sign-in credentials may access the journal here.)
ASAIL was created to promote the study, criticism, and research of American Indian written and oral literary traditions. Members receive subscriptions to the association’s journal, Studies in American Indian Literatures, as a benefit of membership.
Join the ABSC by clicking on the "Become a member" button below.
The Association of Black Sexologists and Clinicians is an interdisciplinary professional organization dedicated to improving the sexual expression and lives of persons of African descent. The organization was formed out of a need to formally address the intersection of race and sexuality through research, clinical practice, and social discourse.
The organization is comprised of sociologists, social workers, psychologists, professional counselors, mental health practitioners and coaches, clergy members, marriage and family counselors and therapists, family planning specialists and researchers, as well as students in various relevant professional disciplines.
The ABSC is affiliated with the Journal of Black Sexuality and Relationships. Visit the Association's website.
Join the ASA by clicking the "Become a member" button below. The Austrian Studies Association is devoted to scholarship on all aspects of Austrian, Austro-Hungarian, and Habsburg territory cultural life and history from the eighteenth century until today. All subscribers to its official journal, the Journal of Austrian Studies are members of the association. The society was formerly known as the Modern Austrian Literature and Culture Association, but adopted new names for itself and its journal in 2011. These changes acknowledge what has long been the Association’s identity: an interdisciplinary organization that welcomes all eras and disciplines of Austrian studies at its conferences and in its journal, including scholarship on the cultures of Austria’s earlier political forms (the Holy Roman Empire, the Austrian Empire, and Austria-Hungary) and scholarship that acknowledges this region’s historical multiethnic, multilingual, and transcultural identities and their legacies in the present. Discounted subscriptions/memberships are available for students, retirees, and those who are not currently employed. Visit the Association's website.Become a Member
The Coalition of Women in German provides a democratic forum for all people interested in feminist approaches to German literature and culture or in the intersection of gender with other categories of analysis such as sexuality, class, race, and ethnicity. Members receive subscriptions to the coalition’s journal, Feminist German Studies, as a benefit of membership.
The aim of CIÉF is to encourage interdisciplinary studies, research, and publications concerning all countries and regions of French expression. Members receive subscriptions to the council’s journal, Nouvelles Études Francophones as a benefit of membership.
Join the MHA by clicking the "Become a Member" button below."
The Midwestern History Association advocates for greater attention to Midwestern history among professional historians, is committed to rebuilding the infrastructure necessary for the study of the American Midwest, promotes greater academic discourse relating to Midwestern history, supports publications related to the study of the Midwest, and offers prizes to scholars who excel in the study of the Midwest. Membership in the association provides individuals the opportunity to network with like-minded scholars and to stay informed with news about upcoming conferences' calls for papers and panel proposals. Discounted subscriptions to Middle West Review are offered as part of membership packages. Membership details:
- Memberships run from January 1 to December 31. If there is any question about which membership year you are ordering, contact UNP Journals Customer Service.
- Members' electronic subscriptions to Middle West Review run 365 days from the date of order, independent of the membership year.
- Members' print subscriptions to Middle West Review correspond to the membership year.
- Discounted student memberships are available.
- Lifetime memberships are available. They include an ongoing subscription to the print version of Middle West Review.
SSAWW promotes and advances the study of American women writers through research, teaching, and publication, and seeks to broaden knowledge widely among the general public about American women writers. Members are entitled to discounted subscriptions to Legacy, the society’s journal.