Russell: the Journal of Bertrand Russell Studies



Russell: the Journal of Bertrand Russell Studies is published semiannually, in the summer and the winter, by The Bertrand Russell Research Centre, McMaster University. Both print and electronic editions are published. From 1971 until 1999 Russell was titled Russell: the Journal of the Bertrand Russell Archives and was published first by McMaster University Library Press (1971–96) and then by McMaster University Press (1997–99). The ISSN of the print edition is 0036-0163; that of the electronic edition, 1913-8032. Russell is published with the assistance of grants from the Aid to Journals programme of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada and from McMaster’s Faculty of Humanities.

Russell is a scholarly journal devoted to the study of all aspects of Bertrand Russell’s thought, as well as his life, times and influence. In addition to publishing original research on Russell and reviews of new books about him, Russell also publishes from time to time new texts and textual studies, bibliographies, discussions, indexes, and archival lists. Scholarly articles submitted to the journal are reviewed anonymously. Russell is not the organ of any association or institution.

The current table of contents may be consulted. Russell is indexed in The Philosopher’s Index, Arts & Humanities Citation Index, and La Répertoire bibliographique de la philosophie. Russell’s own index is published quinquennially; its online 25-year index was published in n.s. 15 (winter 1995–96). The latest five-year index and the previous one are also online.

Editor
Kenneth Blackwell (since 1971)

Editorial Board
Michael Beaney (Philosophy, University of York)
William Bruneau (Educational Studies, University of British Columbia)
I. Grattan-Guinness (Mathematics, Middlesex University)
A.C. Grayling (Philosophy, Birkbeck College, University of London)
Stephen Heathorn (History, McMaster University)
Peter Hylton (Philosophy, University of Chicago)
Andrew D. Irvine (Philosophy, University of British Columbia)
Gregory Landini (Philosophy, University of Iowa)
Bernard Linsky (Philosophy, University of Alberta)
John G. Slater (Philosophy, University of Toronto)
A.-F. Schmid (Institut National des Sciences Appliquées de Lyon)
Alasdair Urquhart (Philosophy, University of Toronto)
Lawrence S. Wittner (History, SUNY at Albany)

Addresses
Russell: the Journal of Bertrand Russell Studies
The Bertrand Russell Research Centre
Mills Memorial Library L108
McMaster University
Hamilton, ON
Canada L8S 4L6

Fax: 905 522–1277
Email: russjour at mcmaster.ca
Telephone: 905 525–9140 x24896

Submissions: Advice to Authors and Publishers
Manuscripts (two copies) and books for review should be addressed to The Editor. Scholarly papers are refereed by the double-blind method, so identification of the author should be easily removable. After acceptance, final manuscripts should be submitted electronically in WordPerfect or Word, with true footnotes, and accompanied by a paper version that is doublespaced (including quotations, equations, notes and any references). References should make use, where applicable, of the abbreviations for frequently cited works in Russell Studies listed on the last pages of the journal. Authors will be sent page proofs for correction.

Subscriptions and Back Issues
Annual subscription rates for 2013 are US$106 for institutions plus $10 shipping, and US$53 for individuals plus $7 shipping. Canadian rates are Cdn$106 for institutions and Cdn$53 for individuals, plus $7 shipping. There is a surcharge for institutions of $25 for the electronic edition and for individuals $5, which includes access to the latest two complete volume years.

Rates for 2014 are US$108 for institutions plus $12 shipping, and US$54 for individuals plus $8 shipping. Canadian rates are Cdn$108 for institutions and Cdn$54 for individuals, plus $8 shipping. There is a surcharge for institutions of $30 for the electronic edition. Members of The Bertrand Russell Society are entitled to a subscription in their annual membership. Single issues of Russell cost half. All back issues are available.


* Bertrand Russell Research Centre * Faculty of Humanities * Bertrand Russell Archives * McMaster University


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