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Please choose your donation to the German Studies Association below. All donations to the GSA, which is a 501 (c) 3 non-profit organization according to US Federal law, are tax deductible to US tax payers.
This is a secure donation site. The GSA can also make arrangements for recurring (monthly, quarterly, annually) donations and for including the GSA in bequests and estate planning. To discuss making a pledge for a long-term donation, contact Treasurer Thomas O. Haakenson ( with the amount of your pledge and to make arrangements for spreading this donation over a specific time period of up to five years. We also accept donations “In Honor of” or “In Memory of” a mentor, colleague, friend, or family member. You may contact Treasurer Thomas O. Haakenson ( to make arrangements for this donation as well as noting the appropriate dedication.

General Endowment

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

Support for a Specific GSA Initiative
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Publications Fund

Support for the GSA's current and future publication efforts
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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.
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Sybil Milton Prize Endowment

Funds the award for best book dealing with Nazi Germany and the Holocaust (awarded biennially)
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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)
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Radomír Luza Prize

Best Manuscript in Austrian/Czechoslovak Studies
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US$ 40.00