Welcome to the SSA | Bienvenue a l'AÉS
Membership: September to August. Please renew your SSA|AÉS membership every September. Membership fees allow the SSA|AÉS to continue to grow and expand our support for scholarship in sexuality studies.
Membership in the SSA is required for those presenting at the annual conference.
To become a member of the SSA, please take these 2 steps:
Step 1 – Member Details:
Please follow this link to fill out your membership details on our Google Form.
Step 2 – Payment:
Annual Membership Fees (Canadian dollars):
- Individual: $100
- Students/Postdocs/Contract/Low & Unwaged: $30
- Students (Self-identified Black & Indigenous): $0
- Sustaining: $250
- Institutional: $500
- Includes: 1 student membership, access for your graduate students to SSA’s student mentorship program, highlighting your institutional support on SSA’s website, and a half-page advertisement in our annual conference program.
- Institutional: $1000
- Includes: 3 student memberships, access for your graduate students to SSA’s student mentorship program, highlighting your institutional support on SSA’s website, and a full-page advertisement in our annual conference program.
You can pay your membership dues by either sending an interac e-transfer to sexualitystudiesassociation<at>gmail<dot>com or by sending a cheque made out to Sexuality Studies Association and mail to:
Sexuality Studies Association
c/o Patrick Keilty
15 King’s College Circle
University of Toronto
Toronto, ON M5S 3H7
SSA’s graduate student mentorship program pairs graduate students interested in having a faculty mentor outside their home institution whose research and creative interests align with their own. By facilitating personal and professional connections between generations of scholars, artists, and activists, the mentorship program plays an important role in forging inter-institutional connections and supporting research on sex, sexuality, and gender, including intersections with race, diaspora, Indigeneity, and colonialism. In particular, we envision the mentorship program as working to address professional and personal issues that our membership may encounter, such as the difficulties of working across fields and the challenges that academia can present for minority scholars. The mentorship program is open to any graduate student members or graduate students whose home institution has an institutional membership.