Membership and Website FAQ

Membership and Website Frequently Asked Questions

Thank you for your membership in the Society of Early Americanists and Welcome to the “Membership and Website FAQ” page for the SEA Website. Please find below information about logging into the SEA website and other membership questions.

To login to the SEA Members Area and to Access the SEA Member Directory:

— Go to to the Member Login Button in the upper-right side of the SEA website.

— Login to the SEA website.

— To Access the “Member Directory,” go to the “Membership & News” menu, click on “Member Directory,” and click on the Letter for your last name.

For Password Issues:

For Lost or Forgotten Password:

— Click on this link:

— Click on the button for “Lost Password?”

— Enter your email address and click on the “Get New Password” button. This will trigger an email that will provide you with the link from which you can generate a new password.

To Update a Current Password:

— Login to the SEA website.

— Click on this link to Update Password:

To Update an Email Address:

— Please send your updated Email address in an email to the SEA Executive Coordinator:

— For any other membership inquiries, please contact the SEA Executive Coordinator: 

For the SEA listserv, EARAM-L: 

— The Society of Early Americanists listserv, EARAM-L, provides a means of communication between members about upcoming conferences, scholarly queries, course preparations, and recent publications. EARAM-L is a moderated electronic discussion list that is open to anyone with an interest in the literature and culture of America to approximately 1830. Subscription is free of charge. You need not be a member of the Society, but SEA membership is encouraged.

—To subscribe to the SEA listserv, please see the SEA Listerv page (under the “Membership & News” menu)

Please note: 

— The SEA Members-only email list is compiled with information provided by UNC Press upon purchase of a SEA membership and is used for messages from the SEA leadership.

— The SEA listserv, EARAM-L, is a moderated electronic discussion list that is free to anyone who wants to sign up.

Thank you!

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