Join the Society
Individual membership including subscription to the Economic History Review
Individual membership to the Economic History Society and the Economic History Association including subscription to the Economic History Review and the Journal of Economic History
£51/$82 (online access to, and printed copies of, both journals)
£44/$72 (online access to both journals and a printed copy of the Economic History Review)
Student membership including subscription to the Economic History Review is open to full and part time students, including postgraduates at higher education institutions in the UK and other EC countries at the discounted rate of £10.50. (As proof of student status, please send a scanned copy of your student ID or a letter from your tutor to firstname.lastname@example.org).
All individual memberships for the Economic History Society include print copies of the Economic History Review in the paid for year and full access to online published content back to 1927, for the length of the membership. See a full list of membership benefits here.
How to join
To join online please go to the membership page on Wiley Online Library. Choose the appropriate rate from the table and follow the steps.
Alternatively, download a print membership form – payment can be made by cheque, direct debit or credit card.
For existing members, correspondence about personal membership, changes of address, etc, should be directed to Erica Cove at the below contact details:
Tel: +44 (0)1865 778171.
Address: The Economic History Society, Membership Services, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, PO Box 739, Chichester, PO19 9QH, United Kingdom
Memberships are entered on a calendar basis and are due for renewal on 1 January each year.
The Inland Revenue has ruled that the Economic History Society can reclaim the tax paid by members on their subscription to the Society under the Gift Aid Scheme. This means that we can recover 25p for every £1.00 you pay or have paid in subscription to the Society over the previous five years. This means that the £21 can be turned into £26.25 just so long as donations are made through Gift Aid. If you wish to participate in the Gift Aid scheme, please complete and return the Gift Aid Declaration.
The Economic History Society does not offer Institutional membership. For Institutional subscriptions to the Economic History Review, please visit Wiley Online Library.