Bulletin Series

The Bertrand Russell Society now publishes a biannual periodical, the Bulletin. Past issues are available for download below. Previously, our Society published two different series, the Bertrand Russell Society Quarterly and the Russell Society News. Past issues of the Quarterly and the News are available for download here and here.

  • Michael D. Stevenson, “From the Editor’s Desk”
  • Ray Perkins, Jr., “In Memoriam: Jack Clontz”
  • Andrew G. Bone, “Letters and Pictures from Russell’s Australian Lecture Tour”
  • William Bruneau, “Russell’s Letters: Beyond Brixton”
  • Gregory Landini, “Mathematics Against Its Metaphysicians: Oddities (?) in Principia”
  • Nicholas Griffin, “Reply to Landini”
  • Kenneth Blackwell, “Bertrand Russell and George Orwell: Their Mutual Influence”
  • Adam Stromme, “”Changing Beliefs and Unchanging Hopes”: Bertrand Russell on Capitalism & Socialism”
  • David Blitz, “President’s Corner”
  • Michael D. Stevenson, “From the Editor’s Desk”
  • Tim Madigan, “Bertrand Russell Society Annual Meeting Report”
  • “List of Papers Presented at the Bertrand Russell Society Annual Meeting, University of Massachusetts Amherst, 20–22 June 2019”
  • John Lenz with Thom Weidlich, “A Review of Douglas Lackey’s Ludwig and Bertie
  • Sheila Turcon, “‘Life or Death of the World’: Letters from England, Scandinavia, and the United States, 1939–1945”
  • Nicholas Griffin, “The Intriguing Oddness of Principia Mathematica: Some Scattered Remarks”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “Russell’s Best Apprentice”
  • Ray Perkins, Jr., “Nuclear ‘Luck’, Russell, and the 2020 US Election”
  • Tim Madigan, “President’s Corner”
  • William Bruneau, “From the Editor’s Desk”
  • William Bruneau, “Editorial Excursions: A Russell School in Brighton”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Plas Penrhyn and Two London Flats”
  • Nicholas Griffin, “Post-Truth Politics, Post-Truth Philosophy”
  • Michael Stevenson, “Monuments to Bertrand Russell and Fenner Brockway in London’s Red Lion Square”
  • Giovanni di Carvalho, “The Aristocrat and the Revolutionary: Bertrand Russell and Paul Lafargue on the Virtues of Idleness”
  • Michael E. Berumen, “On Patriotism: Reflections on Its Scope and Limits and the Priority of Justice”
  • Tim Madigan, “President’s Corner”
  • William Bruneau, “Editorial Asides—a Note about RA4”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “Digging in at the Russell Research Centre”
  • Michael Mears, “This Evil Thing in the United States”
  • Daniele Filosi, “La conquista della felicitàThe Conquest of Happiness, a Dialogue between Bertrand Russell and Cassiopea”
  • Greg Landini, “Quine’s Neo-Grelling Way of Paradox Is an Indexical Liar”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: 41 Queen’s Road, Richmond”
  • John Lenz, “Russell and the Greek Left”
  • Jeff Mahoney, “In the Bosom of Bertrand”
  • McMaster Library, “Celebrating 50 Years: the Bertrand Russell Archives”
  • “Inaugural Bertrand Russell Prize, American Mathematical Society to Christiane Rousseau”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “Digging in a Library Basement”
  • Gregory Landini, “Russell on Everything and Nothing”
  • Andrew Bone, “Bertrand Russell and the Jewish Daily Forward
  • Michael Stevenson, “Bertrand Russell and the 1935 International Congress for Scientific Philosophy”
  • Sheila Turcon, “A Trio of British Homes and a Refuge: 1944–1949”
  • Ray Perkins, Jr., “Russell, Ellsberg, and Doomsday Machines”
  • William Bruneau, “Editor’s Note”
  • Tim Madigan, “President’s Corner”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “The Treasurer Reports”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “Notes from Iowa”
  • Ray Perkins, Jr., “Nukes and Trump: What Would Bertie Do?”
  • Carrie Jenkins, “The Conquest of Bertrand Russell’s Happiness”
  • Gregory Landini, “Nightmares of Eminent Persons Continued: The Barber and Russell”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: In America”
  • Carl Spadoni, “A Lion in the Winter: Volume 30 of the Collected Papers of Bertrand Russell, The Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament, 1957–59
  • Kenneth Blackwell, “Russell’s Revised Editions”
  • Tim Madigan, “RIP: Warren Allen Smith (1921–2017): Teacher Extraordinaire”
  • [Mike Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “Russell 100 Years Ago: 1917”, “Not Necessarily Trivial”, “Russell on ‘The Cult of Common Usage’”, “Logicbyte: Russell on Aristotelian Logic”,
  • Tim Madigan, “President’s Corner: Bertrand Russell in Popular Culture”
  • Landon D.C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk: Read for Russell: Aloud”
  • Katarina Perovic, “Analytics: Russell on Negative Facts”
  • Ken Blackwell, “From the Archives: ‘I Prefer Sharp Outlines’: Russell and His Spectacles”
  • Michael Berumen, “This and That: Denouement”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: A Trump Presidency: What Would Russell Say?”
  • Hans Loewig and Nancy Doubleday, “Russell’s Hope: Overcoming Fear, Fostering Resilience, and Educating with Reverence”
  • Thomas Riggins, “Bertrand Russell’s Impressions of Soviet Russia”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Amberley House”
  • [Mike Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “Ken Blackwell: Honorary Member”, “Logicbyte: Tautologies”, “BRS Origins”, “Inquiry and Gift from a Grateful Daughter”
  • Tim Madigan, “The President’s Corner”
  • Landon D. C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk: The Cost of Publishing Principia Mathematica
  • Giovanni D. de Carvalho, “Meet the BRS”
  • Ray Perkins, Jr., “Russell and Society: Is Bertrand Russell Still Relevant?”
  • [Mike Berumen?], “Non-academic Careers for Philosophers: Interview with Jolen Galaugher”
  • Anssi Korhonen, “Russell, Propositional Unity, and the Correspondence Intuition”
  • Gülberk Koç Maclean, “On Teaching Philosophy ‘Objectively’”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Houses: Telegraph House”
  • [Michael E. Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “The BRS in Russia”, “Russell: 50 Years Ago”, “Logicbyte: Russell and Incompleteness”
  • Tim Madigan, “Russelliana”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: The Pope and Nukes”
  • Landon D. C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk”
  • Mandeep Kaur, “Meet the BRS”
  • Michael E. Berumen, “This and That: A Movie Review: Platoon
  • Katarina Perovic”, “Analytics: Temporary Intrinsics”
  • Gregory Landini, “Substitution’s ‘Insolubilia’ Solved”
  • William “Bill” Bruneau, “What Did Russell Think of Eton and Why?”
  • Nancy Doubleday, “Russell’s Social Theory: Hope from Creativity”
  • [Michael Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “Logicbyte: PM Vol. I *14.01”
  • Tim Madigan, “President’s Corner”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: Hiroshima, Russell and the Cold War Resurrected”
  • Peter Stone, “Members’ Corner: A.C. Grayling Receives 2015 BRS Award”
  • Donovan Wishon, “Meet the BRS”
  • Katarina Perovic, “Analytics: Russell’s Puzzling Map of the Understanding Complex”
  • Landon Elkind, “From the Student Desk: A Partial Defence of Euclid”
  • Michael Berumen, “This and That: Legacy: Russell vs. Wittgenstein”
  • Ken Blackwell, “Bertrand Russell’s Illnesses and Injuries”
  • Sylvia Nickerson, “Interview with Nicholas Griffin: Bertrand Russell on Science and Religion”
  • John R. Lenz, “How Bertrand Russell Became a Public Intellectual during World War I (by Contrast with John Dewey)”
  • Chad Trainer, “Bereft of God and Anglican Complacency: A Comparison of Russell’s Empiricism with That of Berkeley”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Carn Voel”
  • [Michael Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “News to Use: Chapter and Verse”, “100 Years Ago: Russell’s Lonely War”, “Progress and Advances in Morality”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: A Cultural Influence”
  • Chad Trainer, “Meet the BRS: Russell’s Lobbyist”
  • Milan Soutor, “From the Student Desk: The Unity of a Misconception”
  • Katarina Perovic, “Analytics: Russell’s Objection to Bare Particulars”
  • Ken Blackwell, “From the Archives: Enjoying the New BRACERS”
  • Michael Berumen, “This and That: Russell and Islam”
  • Gregory Landini, “Modus Ponens Denied: Whitehead’s 1911 Meltdown in Principia’s Volume 2”
  • Tim Madigan, “Bertrand Russell—The Irish Connection”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: From China to Chelsea”
  • [Michael Berumen], “75 Years Ago: Bertrand Russell in 1940”, “(de)Notations”, “Amartya Sen: BRS Honorary Member”
  • Tim Madigan, “Russelliana: Soundbites”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: Russell, the RMI, and International Law”
  • Landon D. C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk: The Myth of Russell’s ‘Common-Sense’ Argument against Monism”
  • Jolen Galaugher and Katarina Perovic, “Analytics: Russell versus Bradley on the Unity of Complexes: A Discussion”
  • Andrew Bone, “Meet the BRS: For the Love of Bertie”
  • Ken Blackwell, “From the Archives: Russell’s Irish Revolutionary Connection”
  • Nancy Doubleday, “Engaged Peer-to-Peer Learning: A Pilot Archival Research Project”
  • Charles Pigden, “Emotivism, Error, and the Metaethics of Bolshevism”
  • Kevin C. Klement, “The Russell–Dummett Correspondence on Frege and His Nachlaß
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Russell Chambers, Other London Flats, and Country Homes, 1911–1923”
  • Michael E. Berumen, “Bertrand Russell: A Man in Full in Brief”
  • [Michael Berumen], “100 Years Ago”, “(de)Notations”
  • Tim Madigan, “Russelliana”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: Russell, Society and the Media: A Man Ahead of His Time”
  • Landon D. C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk: Russell on Infinity”
  • Jolen Galaugher and Katarina Perovic, “Analytics: Russell’s Philosophy of Logical Analysis
  • Bette Chambers, “Meet the BRS: Russell: A Russellian Family”
  • Ken Blackwell, “From the Archives: Russell in 1948 Compared with 1958”
  • Bernard Linsky, “Leonard Linsky on Russell against Meinong”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Bagley Wood”
  • Tanweer Akram, “Bertrand Russell and the Challenges of Contemporary China”
  • William Bruneau, “Book Review: A Reliable Friend; Marjorie Senechal’s I Died for Beauty: Dorothy Wrinch and the Cultures of Science
  • Chad Trainer, “Book Review: The Importance of Sufficient Evidence; Tim Madigan’s W.K. Clifford and “The Ethics of Belief”
  • [Michael Berumen], “(de)Notations”, “100 Years Ago”, “Got Forum?”
  • Tim Madigan, “Russelliana”
  • Ray Perkins, “Russell and Society: Nuclear Disarmament in the 21st Century: Russell’s Legacy”
  • Landon D. C. Elkind, “From the Student Desk: Read Your Russell!”
  • Ken Blackwell, “From the Archives, “Books, Books, Books”
  • Billy Joe Lucas, “Meet the BRS”
  • Mike Berumen, “This and That: ‘Barbs and Bouquets’”
  • Jolen Galaugher, “Russell’s Non-Hobbesian Principles of Social Reconstruction
  • Gregory Landini, “Russell’s Geniuses”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Three Nomadic Years”
  • Chad Trainer, “Book Review: Religion in Its Death Throes: A.C. Grayling’s Against All Gods: Six Polemics on Religion and an Essay on Kindness
  • Peter Stone, “Book Review: A Delicious (and Definite) Description of Russell: Terry Eagleton’s Saints and Scholars
  • Tim Madigan, “Russelliana”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Millhanger”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Follow-up to Pembroke Lodge”
  • Kenneth Blackwell, “Anti-Nazi Politics in Russell’s Hearst Columns”
  • Stefan Andersson, “An Epic Search for the Truth about the Foundations of Mathematics”
  • Michael Berumen, “Bertrand Russell Society 2012 Annual Board of Directors Meeting Minutes”
  • Michael Berumen, “The Bertrand Russell Society, Inc. 2012 Quarterly and Annual Financial Report”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Pembroke Lodge”
  • Tim Madigan, “Albert C. Barnes: The Cantankerous Freethinker”
  • BRS Bulletin – Policy on Manuscripts
  • Jane Duran, “Russell on History and Intrinsic Value”
  • Leo Hetzler, “G.K. Chesterton and Bertrand Russell”
  • David Blitz, “Introducing the Bertrand Russell Society Bulletin
  • David Blitz, “The Many Worlds of Bertrand Russell”
  • Tim Madigan, “Mr. Russell’s Chicken: A New Symbol for Philosophy”
  • Sheila Turcon, “Russell’s Homes: Ravenscroft”
  • Ivor Grattan-Guinness, “A Timeline for Russell and Whitehead as Logicians”
  • Kenneth Blackwell, “2009 Annual Treasurer’s Report: Jan. 1–Dec. 31” “2010 Annual Treasurer’s Report: Jan. 1–Dec. 31”, “2011 First Quarter Treasurer’s Report: Jan 1–March 31”, “2011 Second Quarter Treasurer’s Report: April 1–June 30”
  • John Ongley, “2010 Annual Board of Directors Meeting Minutes (A), (B)”,  “2010 Annual Members Meeting Minutes”, “2011 Annual Board of Directors Meeting Minutes”, “2011 Annual Members Meeting Minutes”
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