Conditions of membership
The Society normally holds an international conference every four years. New members to the Society shall be elected at a General Meeting held at each conference on the proposal of two members of the Society. Membership shall be for life. Membership may be terminated by a member who shall declare in writing their intention to resign from the Society.
(after: The International Society for Nubian Studies, Articles of Association, revised September 1990)
Aims of the Society
The Society shall encourage and promote Nubian Studies on an international basis:
A. In excavation work and in the fields of archaeology, art, history, topography, ethnology, anthropology, linguistic and related studies;
B. By obtaining and distributing information concerning new discoveries, work in progress, completed studies and current exhibitions about Nubia;
C. By encouraging the preservation of the cultural, artistic and linguistic heritage of the Nubian people;
D. By bringing to the attention of younger scholars the wide range of Nubian Studies; and
E. By holding international symposia and promoting the giving of public lectures on Nubia.
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