THREE CATEGORIES OF MEMBERSHIP
- Active Members
- hold a Ph.D., Lic., or other terminal degree, or have made distinguished contributions to the field, and have shown an interest in the Institute’s activities, usually by presenting research at an Annual Meeting.
- vote, pay dues, and receive Ñawpa Pacha.
- Corresponding Members
- hold a Ph.D., Lic., or other terminal degree, or have made distinguished contributions to the field, and have shown an interest in the Institute’s activities, often by presenting research at an Annual Meeting, although this criterion may be relaxed in recognition of the cost and difficulty of international travel.
- reside and are employed primarily in Latin America.
- do not vote or pay dues, but do receive Ñawpa Pacha.
- Honorary Members
- are awarded membership in recognition of distinguished services to Andean studies over a long period.
- vote, do not pay dues, and do receive Ñawpa Pacha.
BECOMING AND BEING A MEMBER
New members are nominated by existing members and elected by the Directors. Membership is meant to be a small recognition or endorsement of standing in Andean research. Membership is normally permanent regardless of dues payment unless the member is unresponsive for a long period, but for Active members, access to Ñawpa Pacha and full participation require dues payment. If you are a member and wish to nominate someone, please download the New Member Nomination Form, complete as much of it as possible, and email it to the Secretary at email@example.com .