Natalie Schlee worked on BRACERS. She has agreed to continue that work into the autumn term on reduced hours. Megan Platts and Sam Hanna whose photographs appear in the spring news are also continuing their work for the Centre, also on reduced hours once classes resume.

Natalie Schlee

Bill Bruneau visited the Centre in June and worked on his volume in the Archives. He tells us he is teaching another course on Russell for the University of British Columbia in October. Further details will appear in our annual newsletter and the autumn news.

Stefan Andersson of Lund University, Sweden, lectured on "Philosophy in Theory and Practice: Bertrand Russell and the International War Crimes Tribunals on Vietnam: Stockholm and Roskilde, 1967" on Friday 20 August, during his annual research trip.

Nicholas Griffin visited England. During his trip he conducted research for various volumes at the Victoria and Albert Museum and the British Library newspaper collection in London and the University of Sussex in Brighton.

* BRRC Main Page * Faculty of Humanities * Russell Archives

* McMaster University

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