member services

Forty-Eighth Annual Conference
Sept. 26-29 2024
Atlanta, Georgia

Conference Registration Fee

Registration rates increase after July 5, 2024
US$ 210.00
US$ 300.00
US$ 85.00
US$ 185.00
US$ 65.00
US$ 135.00

Friday Lunch: "Food for Thought: Next Generation Scholarship in German Studies"

Grilled Vegetable Kabob served on a crunchy kale salad with lemon vinaigrette (vegan and gluten-free); Lentil Stew (vegan and gluten-free); Fresh Fruit Cup with candied pineapple, cookies, and brownies (vegan or vegan and gluten-free); Coffee & Tea
US$ 30.00
US$ 30.00

Friday Dinner: Annual Banquet and Book-Prize Announcements, Presidential Address

Italian Chopped Salad with crisp lettuce, radicchio, red onion, grape tomatoes, pepperoncini, and zesty Italian dressing; Spicy Baked Cauliflower over basmati rice finished with sesame seeds and green onions; Chocolate Torte; Coffee & Tea
US$ 40.00

Saturday Lunch: Natalie Bayer, Director, Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum

Black Bean and Quinoa Salad with a cilantro lime dressing over a bed of spring greens (vegan and gluten-free); Vegan Pasta Primavera (gluten-free available); Pumpkin Pie (vegan and/or gluten-free available); Coffee & Tea
US$ 30.00
US$ 30.00
US$ 30.00
US$ 30.00

Please donate a meal ticket to a graduate student

Deadline for donation is September 3, 2024
US$ 30.00
US$ 40.00

Exhibitor Conference Items

Please reserve by September 3, 2024.

If you have exhibitor-related questions, please contact
US$ 250.00 12 left


General Endowment

Support for the GSA’s annual conference, its daily operations, and its long-term stability
Contribution amount

Special Donation

Support for a Specific GSA Initiative
Contribution amount

Publications Fund

Support for the GSA's current and future publication efforts
Contribution amount

Conference Community Fund

Support for conference participants in financial and/or professionally precarious positions (awarded annually). This fund will become the only source of GSA travel grants in 2025.
Contribution amount

Sybil Milton Prize Endowment

Funds the award for best book dealing with Nazi Germany and the Holocaust (awarded biennially)
Contribution amount

The Barclay Book Prize

Funds the award for best monograph on the social, cultural, economic, political, or labor history of nineteenth-century and twentieth-century Germany or central Europe (awarded annually)
Contribution amount

Radomír Luza Prize

Best Manuscript in Austrian/Czechoslovak Studies
Contribution amount
US$ 40.00

We contract with Johns Hopkins University Press (JHUP) for publishing and membership management services. Refer to the JHUP Privacy Policy for details on use and protection of your account data.