Bertrand Russell Society

31st Annual Meeting at Plymouth State University

Plymouth, NH 03264
June 18-20, 2004

Papers only (no meals)
One day: $20
Two days: $35

Friday Buffet and Saturday Evening Banquet and Papers
Members: $ 60
Non-Members: $ 75
Students: $ 40

Those who wish to register should make checks payable to the Bertrand Russell Society, and send to:
Ray Perkins, Jr.
Department of Philosophy
Plymouth State University
Plymouth, NH 03264

Any questions regarding registration and events of the June meeting at Plymouth State University may be directed to Ray Perkins:
Attendees for BRS 2004 at PSU. (*) indicates those who registered.
Attendees for BRS 2004 at PSU
  1. Alan Schwerin
  2. Helen Schwerin
  3. Roz Carey *
  4. John Ongley *
  5. David Blitz*
  6. Ken Blackwell *
  7. Jane Duran *
  8. Kevin Klement *
  9. Alan Bock *
  10. Pat Bock *
  11. Dave Henehan *
  12. Linda Egendorf *
  13. Phil Ebersole *
  14. Steve Reinhardt *
  15. Ray Perkins *
  16. Karen Perkins *
  17. Nick Griffin*
  18. Cara Trainer*
  19. Chad Trainer*
  20. Iva Apostolova*
  21. Irem Kurtsal*
  22. James Connelly*
  23. Henrique Ribeiro
  24. Warren Smith *
  25. Bob Riemenschneider *
  26. Ed McClenathan *
  27. Nancy Mitchell *
  28. Thom Weidlich*
  29. Peter Stone*
  30. Ed Boedecker
  31. Peter Friedman *
  32. David Goldman*
  33. Steve Bayne
  34. Mary Martin
  35. Petar Forchan*
  36. Mark Steen*
  37. Tim St. Vincent
Special Guests:
  • Ron Jager (Distinguished Russell scholar and historian.)
  • Taslima Nasrin (Honarary BRS member and champion of free speech and womenıs rights)
  • Irem Kurtsal (student essay winner, Syracuse University)
  • James Connelly (student essay winner, York University)
General Information
  1. The program may be found at Alan Schwerin's scheduled papers link (Click here).

  2. When you arrive at PSU on Friday, park in a lot near Hyde Hall (lots 303, 301 on map at:

    These maps are actually readable when printed out.) It might be wise to put a "Bertrand Russell Society" note on your dash temporarily.

  3. Hyde Hall is not hard to find. Get off I-93 North at exit 25. Turn right and go about a half mile across bridge to blinking stop light. This is Main St. Turn right onto Main and go about 100 yards to Merrill St. Turn left onto Merrill and up the hill about 200 yards and see Hyde Hall on left (across street from Center Lodge on right). Go left into Hyde parking lots.

  4. Walk to Robert Frost House (about 150 yds from lot) to register, get parking permits and keys (for those staying on campus in Blair Hall next to Frost House)
Related Links
Scheduled Papers
Main site of The Bertrand Russell Society
The Russell Society Library
Information on Plymouth State University
Directions to Plymouth State University
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$35 per night, per person - double occupancy
(Both single and double occupancy rates include taxes, full breakfast, and lunch)

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Plymouth, NH
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Ground Transportation

Bus -Concord Trailways (800-639-3317)
One bus daily
Service from Logan Airport, Boston, MA ($49 round trip)
Service from Manchester Airport, Manchester, NH ($25 round trip)