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BECOME A MEMBER

Join the BGSNA! Members are encouraged to promote and contribute to the study and research of all aspects of the legacy and the spirit of the brothers Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm, their works, their lives, their period, and the historic and contemporary dissemination of the Grimm’s Fairy Tales as well as other related texts.

 

Members receive a TALE IN THE MAIL and an illustration as a welcome gesture from the BGSNA. Members also receive free participation at selected events, discounts in exhibitions and merchandise, as well as access to exclusive content and projects!

MEMBERSHIP FEES
2024

If you prefer to deposit your membership fee or donation, please use the following information:

 

Wells Fargo account #: 9994923705

or

PayPal email: mzinggele@emich.edu 

Account of the Brothers Grimm Society of North America

$35.00

Regular Membership

Member at large

 

Consider serving on the board (e.g.,

Membership Officer; Treasurer; Research and Project Coordinator, etc.)

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$25

Discounted Membership

Students, adjuncts, retired, unemployed

A two-year Free Membership is offered for students who are working and completing a study related to the legacy of the Brothers Grimm. Please send us your project information 

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$65

Patron Membership

The patron membership is for those who want to support the BGSNA in an inactive role

Patron members are eligible to receive all the BGSNA benefits

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$85

Institutional  Membership

The Institutional Membership is an opportunity to provide benefits to both individuals and the institution you work with

 

Institutional members are eligible to receive all the BGSNA benefits

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ENTER YOUR INFORMATION TO COMPLETE MEMBERSHIP

Would you consider serving on the Board?

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HONORARY MEMBERS

The BGSNA is proud to feature our esteemed Honorary Members, vaunted for their publications, and national and international scholarly contributions to the dissemination of the Grimms' fairy tales and folklore.

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