Membership Information

MOISA Membership Enrollment

All members of MOISA are automatically subscribed to Moisa, an electronic discussion list that has been set up in order to allow the Executive Board and members of the Society to carry on the Society's business in between the annual meetings and to communicate calls for papers; notices of publications, conferences, colloquia, seminars, lectures, performances, research or teaching positions available;     scholarship announcements; and invitations for research collaboration.

There are two levels of membership in MOISA. Please select the one that is appropriate for you.

All subscriptions are available for purchase by credit card using PayPal's secure website. Note that making payment by credit card will require establishing an account (free) at PayPal.

  • Regular membership (€50.00 for one year)
  • Student/Retiree membership (€25.00 for one year)

Members can also pay their fees by wire transfer to the following account:

MOISA International Society
Banca Prossima, filiale piazza Paolo Ferrari, 10 - 20121 Milano – Italy
IBAN code:                 IT19O0335901600100000153122
BIC (or Swift) code:    BCITITMX

Additional Member Benefit

Effective July 1, 2007, MOISA negotiated a five-year agreement whereby MOISA will be recognized as an Associate Society of Iter: Gateway to the Middle Ages and Renaissance. Our affiliation with Iter entitles MOISA members to a discount on the cost of a subscription to Iter's bibliography.

Iter is pleased to offer subscriptions for $25.00 per annum; students and retirees pay only $18.00 per annum.

Your subscription will permit access to nearly one million records citing articles, essays, books, dissertation abstracts, encyclopedic entries, catalogues, reviews and bibliographies, collected from more than 6,000 publications, including more than 1,600 journals. This is the largest, most comprehensive, and fastest growing online database devoted to the period AD 400–1700.

Iter was created for the advancement of learning in the study and teaching of the Middle Ages and Renaissance through the development of online resources. Iter is a not-for-profit partnership of the Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Arizona State University, the Centre for Reformation and Renaissance Studies at Victoria University in the University of Toronto, the Faculty of Information Studies at the University of Toronto, the Renaissance Society of America, the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, and the University of Toronto Library.

In addition to MOISA, the Medieval Academy of America and the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists are Associate Societies of Iter.

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