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Death of Professor Murray B. Emeneau

It is with deep regret that PhilSoc announces that its Honorary Member, Professor Murray Barnson Emeneau, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., L.H.D., LL.D., D.Lit., F.B.A., died peacefully in his sleep at his home on Monday 29 August at the age of 101. A full obituary will appear in number 104.1 of Transactions.

Published 31 Aug 2005

PhilSoc Council announces winner of the third RH Robins Prize

At the PhilSoc AGM held on 6 May 2005, Council announced that Sarah Turner (University College, Oxford) was the winner of the third RH Robins Prize of the Society. Sarah's essay was called "Post-verbal subjects in Early East Slavonic". Sarah will receive the £500 prize once a revised version of her essay has been received and accepted for publication in Transactions, where it's expected to appear in issue 104.1.

Published 6 May 2005

Launch of www.philsoc.org.uk

PhilSoc's new website, www.philsoc.org.uk, was launched on 6 May 2005 to coincide with the Society's AGM. As well as incorporating all the features of the old site, the new site carries the distinctive PhilSoc logo and colour scheme. New features include a user-friendly file-download facility, and a facility allowing PhilSoc Publications to be ordered direct from the publishers. The new site has been built by DancingDog Web Design.

Published 6 May 2005