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What Maney can do for you

Maney offers full membership subscription administration to societies.

For more information on what service Maney can offer please download the PDF of Maney Publishing Services leaflet and a PDF of the various service levels offered by the Customer Services & Subscriptions Management team.


  • 24/7 self-service customer account system via our website
  • Efficient and accurate management of membership data, leaving society officers to concentrate on acquiring new members, supporting members' interests and developing memberships
  • Well-established renewals processes
  • Tailored management reporting with 24/7 access via a web portal
  • Administration of direct debits and gift aid
  • Administration of online journal access for members
  • A programme of online activation and usage improvement campaigns
  • Marketing activities to improve the society or association's profile and membership numbers
  • Close supervision on every aspect of each issue from receipt of the copy to the despatch
  • Co-ordination of journal and newsletter distribution
  • Administration and logging of replacement issues
  • Editorial management & journal development


Society partnerships


Below is a list of societies for which we manage the membership administration. Learn more about their individual experiences with Maney.

The American Name Society was founded in 1951 to promote onomastics, the study of names and naming practices, both in the United States and abroad. It is a non-profit organization that seeks to find out what really is in a name, and to investigate cultural insights, settlement history, and linguistic characteristics revealed in names.

Further details can be found at
Find out more about Names: A Journal of Onomastics, the journal of the American Name Society

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The AIA is the national organisation for people who share an interest in Britain's industrial past. It brings together people who are researching, recording, preserving and presenting the great variety of this country's industrial heritage. Industrial architecture, mineral extraction, heritage-based tourism, power technology, adaptive re-use of industrial buildings and transport history are just some of the themes being investigated by their members.

Further details can be found at
Find out more about Industrial Archaeology Review, the journal of the Association for Industrial Archaeology

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The Costume Society of America advances the global understanding of all aspects of dress and appearance. It works to stimulate scholarship and encourage study in the rich and diverse field of costume.

Further details can be found at
Find out more about Dress, the journal of the Costume Society of America.

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The International Society of Hematology (ISH) is the professional body concerned with advancing scientific research as well as the practice of hematology at both clinical and laboratory levels. ISH also looks alter the interests of hematologists and hematology in its organizational and political aspects. ISH has over 4.000 active members worldwide.

Further details can be found at
Find out more about Hematology, the journal of ISH.

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The Society for Medieval Archaeology was established to study evidence of the past, whether standing buildings, landscapes, buried remains or artefacts in museums.

Professor Stephen Rippon, FSA, Dean of the Faculty of Postgraduate Research provided the following testimonial:

"Maney have dealt with the Society for Medieval Archaeology’s membership/subscriptions for many years. Their professional help in day-to-day management is invaluable, not least over the past year when we have had to raise our subscriptions and reform the range of payment options. They have also advised on the recent redesign of the cover of our journal, Medieval Archaeology, and help with the publication of our successful monograph series. We look forward to working with them over the coming years".

 Further details can be found at
Find out more about Medieval Archaeology, the journal of the Medieval Archaeology Society.

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The Society for Ming Studies was created to promote the study of Ming China, to support publication of scholarly work relating to these studies, and to facilitate communication among scholars and students of Ming China.

Further details can be found at
Find out more about Ming Studies, the journal of the Society for Ming Studies.

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The SPMA was founded in 1966 with the aim of promoting the archaeology of late medieval to industrial society in Britain, Europe and those countries influenced by European colonialism. The Society now covers the archaeology of the period up to the present day.

 Dr Kate Giles, Undergraduate Admissions Tutor & Director of Studies, Buildings Archaeology MA, University of York provided the following testimonial:

 "Maney offers a valuable range of membership services and strategic marketing advice to scholarly societies. They have assisted me greatly as membership secretary by taking over the day-to-day management of membership, renewals and enquiries and streamlined our payment options, making it easier for members to renew online and pay by direct debit. Maney’s have also offered our Society invaluable marketing assistance, helping us compile member questionnaires so that we can better understand the interests and enthusiasms of current members, and feed this information back to our Journal editors and conference organisers. We look forward to continuing to develop our relationship with them in the future."

Further details can be found at
Find out more about Post-Medieval Archaeology, the journal of the Society for Post-Medieval Archaeology.

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For full details of the services we can provide for your society or association please contact: 

Denise Feeley, Head of Customer Development and Memberships 

Suite 1C, Joseph's Well, Hanover Walk, Leeds LS3 1AB, United Kingdom

Telephone: +44 (0)113 386 8170