AMS 2023 was held August 1-5, 2023 in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States. Please see the Meeting Page for more information.
Members of the American Malacological Society spend their lives studying and appreciating the wonderful diversity of form, function and ecological breadth of mollusks. We recognize that certain aspects of malacological research and collections have benefitted from historical associations with colonization and systems of oppression, such as slavery, and that societies such as AMS, have not been equally accessible to all people. We acknowledge this history and commit to the future of our Society by finding and supporting the next generation of malacologists with this in mind, as we look to advance our field through an inclusive lens. AMS welcomes all malacologists regardless of culture, ethnicity, race, sex, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, nation of origin, age, languages spoken, veteran’s status, religion, or disability. We expect our members to respect the diverse perspectives that come together at our meetings and take every opportunity to help the Society become more diverse, equitable, and inclusive through recruiting, supporting and encouraging new people of all backgrounds.
All members of the American Malacological Society have access to digital editions of the American Malacological Bulletin as part of their membership.
Further information about the AMB can be found here: American Malacological Bulletin
Members-only access to the AMB can be found here (login required): AMB Access