The Bertrand Russell Society invites any interested person to deliver a paper or talk at our
next annual meeting, which is usually in May or June. Papers, presented in 20-minute talks, can be on any facet of Russell's life, work,
or influence, and should be directed to a general audience consisting of both academics and non-academics. Please submit a title and abstract of the talk to BRS President Alan Schwerin (aschweri at monmouth dot edu).
2. For the BRS Annual Student Essay Prize Competition, Deadline April 15, 2017
The Bertrand Russell Society invites papers for our BRS annual Student Essay competition. We award two prizes annually for the best new papers by an undergraduate, graduate student or non-member non-academic. Prize-winners will present their papers at the Society's next Annual Meeting, receive $200, free registration, lodging and banquet at the Annual Meeting,
and a complimentary first-year membership in The Bertrand Russell Society. Papers can be on any aspect of Russell's life, work, or influence. They
must be suitable for presentation to a general audience, and 20 to 30 minutes in length (10 to 12 double-spaced pages of text).
Submit a complete or nearly complete paper, not an abstract. State that
you would, if chosen, attend the BRS Annual Meeting.
Those previously appearing on an Annual Meeting program are not
eligible. Submit your paper to BRS President Alan Schwerin (aschweri at monmouth dot edu). Past prize winners are listed here.
3. For BRS Sessions at the Central Meeting of the APA
The Bertrand Russell Society regularly hosts sessions of talks at the Central American Philosophical Association meeting. Those interested in presenting a 20-minute talk at the APA on any aspect of Russell's work or on the history of early analytic philosophy should submit a title and abstract to Jolen Galaugher (jolenhatescomputers at hotmail dot com). Be sure to query her first for deadlines.