The Pacific Ancient and Modern Language Association is a scholarly association designed for those teaching or conducting research in a diverse range of literary, linguistic, and cultural interests, both ancient and modern, in the United States and abroad. PAMLA members include faculty and students in language and literature departments in colleges and universities, as well as interdisciplinary scholars from other disciplines and independent scholars.

In order to attend PAMLA’s annual conference, you must pay both the annual PAMLA membership fee and the separate conference fee: you may now do so at one time. We are re-working our website and payment systems, and hope to have our new online payment system up and working by the end of March. Please call or text PAMLA Executive Director Craig Svonkin (626-354-7526) if you have any questions.

The PAMLA membership year currently runs from January 1 to December 31.  So whenever you join PAMLA in the year, your membership will expire on December 31, 2019.

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