To become a member of the EADH, join one of its Associate Organizations or EADH directly.
Direct membership of the EADH is by subscription to DSH, The Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities published on behalf of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organisations (ADHO) and its constituent organisations.
Note that subscribers to DSH are asked to select which of the ADHO associations they wish to belong to. For a small premium, subscribers may choose to belong to all ADHO associations as a joint subscriber.
Membership benefits include reduced rates at the Digital Humanities conference, and eligibility to apply for bursaries and funding to support projects and workshops. Members of the EADH have passive and active voting rights in the EADH elections. For an overview of the benefits, please click here.
To join or renew, please visit DSH.
Low Cost Membership Option
In an effort to make membership more widely affordable, the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO), will now offer low-cost membership for students and early career scholars and unwaged or low-waged independent scholars, beginning 2013.
Those who join under the program will not receive a subscription to DSH. The Journal of Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, published by ADHO. ADHO’s membership-only fees (which will give you joint membership to EADH, ACH, CSDH/SCHN, aaDH and JADH) will be set at $26, £15, and €21. Please spread the word!
Those interested in membership for the coming year can join (or re-join) on the DSH website.