Meetings

Every year, the Bertrand Russell Society has an annual meeting. Any of its members is welcome to present a paper. At annual meetings, we also have a membership meeting, and a board meeting, to conduct Society business. The next annual meeting will be held on 3-5 June 2022. BRS members (and non-members) can register for the conference here. For other details about the AGM (including accommodations) see the McMaster web page for the meeting – which will be updated as new information becomes available. The meeting is locally and virtually organized by Andrew Bone, Nancy Doubleday, the Bertrand Russell Research Centre, and both the Department of History and the Department of Philosophy at McMaster University.

A list of previous annual meetings is available here. Below is a list of all upcoming Russell-related meetings below. If you wish to add a meeting, just let us know!

  • 2022 June 3-5 (in-person): 49th Bertrand Russell Society Annual Meeting (Call for Papers)
  • 2021 June 18-19 (online): Bertrand Russell Society Annual Meeting (Call for Papers)
  • 2020 June 19-20 (online): Bertrand Russell Society Annual Meeting (Call for Papers)
  • 2019 June 20-22: Bertrand Russell Society Annual Meeting (Call for Papers)
  • 2019 June 17-19: SSHAP annual meeting (link)
  • 2019 January 28-29: The Philosophy of Logical Atomism, 1918-2018 (link)
  • 2018 October 5: Hamilton Arts & Letters hosts a free evening reception for their 10th Anniversary Issue, “Three Passions”: a special issue on Russell, at the Hamilton Gallery of Art (123 King St. W., Hamilton, Ontario) at 19:00 (doors open at 18:30)
  • 2018 September 22: Bertrand Russell Peace Lecture “What Hath Trump Wrought” with Dr. Andrew Bacevich (Boston University, emeritus) (link)
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