Libraries and Institutions wishing to take out a subscription to JIPA
should contact Cambridge University Press direct for further information,
at either their Cambridge UK or New York addresses.
Members of the IPA enjoy several benefits including:
a) three volumes of the Journal of the International
Phonetic Association published by CUP per year;
b) reduced fees to various conferences including
the International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, which takes place
every four years;
c) special discounted subscription rates for selected
d) the ability to stand for and vote for the IPA
There are 3 categories of membership: Full, Student, Life.
Full and Student memberships
The Subscription rate to the Association is EUR45
(EUR22.50 for students when accompanied by a letter from the student's department certifying full-time student status).
The rate for Life membership is EUR900.
Members wishing to pay in pounds sterling or U.S. dollars should contact the Treasurer for the current rate.
Members renewing their Annual Subscription should click
here to begin secure card processing.
Under EU regulations, if you are based in the EU
and paying your subscription by credit card through the WorldPay system,
you have the right to cancel your subscription within seven days.
Alternatively, you can complete the membership form and mail it, together
with a cheque in Sterling, Euros or U.S. Dollars, to:
The Treasurer (Michael Ashby)
International Phonetic Association
c/o Department of Speech Hearing and Phonetic Sciences
UCL (University College London)
Rm 323, Chandler House
2 Wakefield St
London WC1N 1PF
We do, however, recommend using the WorldPay website: it is quicker
and cuts down on the administrative costs for the Association.
New members should complete the application form. It should then
be faxed or mailed to the Treasurer. You can pay the subscription
either by using the WorldPay website, by sending a cheque, or by providing card details by post or fax.
Those wishing to pay in pounds sterling or U.S. dollars should first contact the Treasurer for the current rate.