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Membership: Members are the lifeblood of the History of Science Society, and we are pleased to include historians, philosophers, journalists, policymakers, teachers, interested amateurs, and many others among our members. Membership provides numerous benefits and supports the numerous activities of the Society, including meetings, lectures, educational programs, and advocacy for the history of science. To join the HSS, please click here.
Volunteering: The Society also relies on the work of hundreds of volunteers to help with everything from assistance at the annual meeting to serving on the HSS Council. Whatever your interests and skills, there’s a good chance that you can help the Society. To find out more, please click here.
Giving: The generosity of our members and other donors allows the HSS to maintain current programs and add new ones to our activities. All donations are tax-deductible in the U.S., and we make every effort to ensure that we are good stewards of your gifts. For more information on giving, please go here.