MSA Membership is open to anyone interested in the scholarly study of the Mediterranean. Memberships are due and payable at the start of each calendar year. Your payment entitles you to participate in our annual International Congress.
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About the MSA
The Mediterranean Studies Association is an interdisciplinary organization which promotes the scholarly study of the Mediterranean region in all aspects and disciplines. It is particularly concerned with the ideas and ideals of Mediterranean cultures from antiquity to the present and their influence beyond these geographical and temporal boundaries.
The Association was incorporated in 1994 after several years of informal existence and is a publicly-supported organization exempt from federal income tax under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.
Preview the new Journal, v.30.1, released June 2022
Thanks to our Editor, Susan Rosenstreich, we were able to negotiate a very generous arrangement with the Pennsylvania State University Press. We are now able to include the MSA JOURNAL in your Annual Membership benefits with no increase in membership fees.
President of the Congress 2023:
Faculty of Arts/ Department of Classical Philology
OFFICERS OF THE MSA
President, Executive Director:
Benjamin F. Taggie
Vice President, Associate Director, Congress Coordinator:
Vaios Vaiopoulos, University of Athens, Greece
Chair Congress Program Committee:
Darryl Phillips, Connecticut College
Editor, Mediterranean Studies:
Susan L. Rosenstreich, Dowling College
Book Review Editor:
Eric Dursteler, Brigham Young University
MSA ADVISORY BOARD
Benjamin F. Taggie, President, Executive Director
Louise Taggie, Vice President, Associate Director, Congress Coordinator
Jennifer Ballantine, Chair, University of Gibraltar
Vaios Vaiopoulos, Assistant Director, University of Athens, Greece
Susan L. Rosenstreich, Editor, Dowling College
Darryl Phillips, Chair Congress Program Committee, Connecticut College
Ana Clara Birrento, University of Évora, Évora, Portugal
Amikam Nachmani, Bar Ilan University, RamatGan, Israel
Salvatore Bottari, University of Messina