Membership is open to anyone interested in learning more about Korean heritage. Please support the publication of our journal by joining today as a member or as a volunteer.
Occasional Papers is also available commercially, via the Wing Luke Museum Store.
We also maintain a Korean American heritage discussion list.
In appreciation for your annual contribution,* you will have our sincere thanks for your role in helping to ensure a legacy of Korean heritage. In addition, you will receive a complimentary issue of the Occasional Papers of your choice (subject to availability), acknowledgment as a supporter, and notification of events and activities sponsored by us. Memberships must be prepaid. Purchase Orders are acceptable for organizations. To receive back issues, just provide the equivalent membership for that year, and be sure to indicate which volume you would like to receive (subject to availability). Shipping per volume: $5.00 USPS Priority Mail For overseas rates, please contact us (all amounts are in USD). Members (please include shipping)
- Student $12
- Individual $30
- Organization $50
- Sponsors (free shipping)
- Patron $100-$499
- Benefactor $500-$999
- Heritage Club $1,000 (lifetime)
+- Korean American Heritage Discussion List
The purpose of the list is to encourage the thoughtful discussion of, and for exchanging information about Korean American heritage. This includes (but is not limited to) Korean American history, immigration, society and culture, politics, economics, and art and literature. It is a moderated list.
You can also help as a volunteer. We need people with talent and skills to interview and record our community elders, and transcribe or translate those interviews for posterity. Other volunteers review books and referee manuscripts for our journal, assist with membership development or advise community organizations. Once you have signed up as a volunteer, you will be contacted on an "as needed" basis. Unless you prefer otherwise, you will be listed as a volunteer and receive a complimentary copy of Occasional Papers for the issue in which your work appears.