Bertrand Russell Society Quarterly
The Bertrand Russell Society Quarterly is the official organ of the Bertrand Russell Society. It publishes Society news, proceedings, essays, and discussions on all aspects of Bertrand Russell's life and works, as well as reviews of recent work on Russell. In addition, the Quarterly more generally aims to publish articles on the history of early analytic philosophy and the public intellectual sphere in which Russell also acted. Scholarly articles appearing in the Quarterly are peer-reviewed. The contents of each issue of the BRS Quarterly is posted on this site. Replies by readers of the Quarterly may be posted on this site as well. If you are interested in replying to one of the Quarterly's articles or notes, submit it to the Quarterly Editorial Office. The Bertrand Russell Society Quarterly is published by the Bertrand Russell Society, with support from Lehman College. The Quarterly appears in February, May, August, and November.