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Joining the ASLS

Subscription rates: 2017


 
Individual membership:
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£50 (EU members outside UK, add £10 p&p; rest of world, add £15 p&p)
Individual membership rates

 
Student membership:
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£12 (EU members outside UK, add £5 p&p; rest of world, add £8 p&p)
Student membership rates

 
Journals membership:
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£35 (EU members outside UK, add £5 p&p; rest of world, add £10 p&p)
Journals membership rates

 
Institutional membership:
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£75 (EU members outside UK, add £10 p&p; rest of world, add £15 p&p)
Institutional membership rates

 
Schools membership:
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£27 (UK only)
Schools membership rate

 


Individual Members receive:       [back to top]

Two issues of Scottish Literary Review – essential reading for anyone interested in Scottish literature and literary culture;


one issue of Scottish Language – in-depth studies of Scottish languages and dialects, past and present;


the ASLS Annual Volume – each year a different work of major importance, written by a leading expert. Previous Annual Volumes have included The Poems of William Dunbar and Sorley MacLean’s Dàin do Eimhir – both of which won Saltire Society/National Library of Scotland Research Book of the Year awards (1999 and 2002);


and one issue of New Writing Scotland – never-before published poetry and prose from both emerging and established writers.
Individual membership rates

 


Student Members receive:       [back to top]

Two issues of Scottish Literary Review – essential reading for anyone interested in Scottish literature and literary culture;


and one issue of Scottish Language – in-depth studies of Scottish languages and dialects, past and present.
Student membership rates

 


Journals members receive:       [back to top]

Two issues of Scottish Literary Review – essential reading for anyone interested in Scottish literature and literary culture;


and one issue of Scottish Language – in-depth studies of Scottish languages and dialects, past and present.
Journals membership rates

 


Institutional Members receive:       [back to top]

Two issues of Scottish Literary Review – essential reading for anyone interested in Scottish literature and literary culture;


one issue of Scottish Language – in-depth studies of Scottish languages and dialects, past and present;


the ASLS Annual Volume – each year a different work of major importance, written by a leading expert. Previous Annual Volumes have included The Poems of William Dunbar and Sorley MacLean’s Dàin do Eimhir – both of which won Saltire Society/National Library of Scotland Research Book of the Year awards (1999 and 2002);


and one issue of New Writing Scotland – never-before published poetry and prose from both emerging and established writers.
Institutional membership rates

 


Schools Members receive:       [back to top]

The ASLS Annual Volume – each year a different work of major importance, written by a leading expert. Previous Annual Volumes have included The Poems of William Dunbar and Sorley MacLean’s Dàin do Eimhir – both of which won Saltire Society/National Library of Scotland Research Book of the Year awards (1999 and 2002);


one issue of New Writing Scotland – never-before published poetry and prose from both emerging and established writers;


and any two titles from the ASLS Scotnotes series – invaluable study guides for Scottish literature. Choose from the entire series.
Schools membership rate

 

Last updated 7 April 2017