Individual NAPH Membership

NAPH membership is open to professors and instructors in colleges, universities and seminaries who specialize in the area of Hebrew and related subjects, ancient, medieval and modern. NAPH also welcomes non-academic members and students whose occupations or interests are related to Hebrew studies.




All the above benefits apply to each membership category.The categories and dues are:

REGULAR member: $75.00 per year
RETIRED member: $50.00 per year
STUDENT member: $30.00 per year



To become a member or renew your dues by credit card, click "Become a Member/Renew" below. If you are a new member, or if your information has changed, please complete the online Membership Form. If you are paying for someone else, please note this in the form by using their information for shipping information.



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  • Hebrew Studies: Internationally recognized scholarly journal devoted to Hebrew language and literature of all periods.
  • Higher Hebrew EducationAn annual publication devoted to methodology and pedagogy of university teaching of modern and biblical Hebrew. The current volume of Hebrew Higher Education is now on-line.
  • Iggeret: Professional newsletter issued annually.

Notes of NAPH meetings and conferences; NAPH members and their scholarly activities; recent significant publications; current academic openings; post-graduate fellowships, grants, etc., for the summer or sabbatical study and research; national and international conferences and congresses and general cultural programs in the U.S. and abroad.

  • National Sessions: NAPH holds an annual autumn session of papers and deliberations in conjunction with the national convention of SBL/AAR.
  • International Conferences: NAPH holds an annual spring conference of scholars and teachers of Hebrew language and literature in institutions of higher learning.

Papers Presented and Published: NAPH members receive first call to propose papers for presentation at national or regional sessions and to submit papers for possible publication in Hebrew Studies and Higher Hebrew Education.

  • Access to the NAPH listserv
  • Eta Beta Rho National honorary society for distinguished Hebrew students, sponsored by NAPH.



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Receipts for Membership Dues Renewal

The NAPH Office will also send you an electronic receipt when dues are processed. Please allow some time for processing before contacting the NAPH Office about your payment. If you receive a receipt from the payment system, your payment has been accepted and will be processed by the office.

Please note: Membership dues are separate from Conference Registration. 

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