Membership in the Kafka Society of America

Membership is open to anyone interested in Kafka and Kafka studies. In order to apply for membership, applicants must complete the application form and mail it, along with their dues payment, to the society. Membership applications are available online. In order to print a membership form, click on the link below. All application instructions are provided on the form.
Franz Kafka was born in 1883 in Prague, then a part of the Austro-Hungarian empire. As a young man, he studied law and received his law degree in 1906. Professionally, Kafka worked for an insurance company and began writing in his spare time. Only a few of his stories were published during his lifetime.

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We want to hear from our members

Members are encouraged to submit their articles, comments and suggestions. If you are interested in submitting an article for publication in the Journal, click here (volumes 35–36 are now at the press; volumes 37–38 are in preparation). In addition, we welcome news about performances, movies, new studies, symposia, conferences, publications, etc., from friends and visitors to our site, as well as members.

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