Association for Symbolic Logic
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The Association for Symbolic Logic (ASL) is an international organization of specialists in mathematical logic and philosophical logic—the largest such organization in the world. The ASL was founded in 1936 and its first president was Alonzo Church. The current president of the ASL is Alasdair Urquhart. 
- Journal of Symbolic Logic (website) – publishes research in all areas of mathematical logic. Founded in 1936, ISSN 0022-4812.
- Bulletin of Symbolic Logic (website) – publishes primarily expository articles and reviews. Founded in 1995, ISSN 1079-8986.
- Review of Symbolic Logic (website) – publishes research relating to logic, philosophy, science, and their interactions. Founded in 2008, ISSN 1755-0203.
In addition, the ASL has a sponsored journal,
- Journal of Logic and Analysis (website) – Publishes research on the interactions between mathematical logic and pure and applied analysis. Founded in 2009 as an open-access successor to the Springer journal Logic and Analysis. ISSN 1759-9008.
The organization also played an important role in publishing the collected writings of Kurt Gödel.
The ASL holds two main meetings every year, one in the United States and one in Europe (the latter known as the Logic Colloquium). In addition, the ASL regularly holds joint meetings with both the American Mathematical Society ("AMS") and the American Philosophical Association ("APA"), and sponsors meetings in many different countries every year.
The association periodically presents a number of prizes and awards.
The Karp Prize is awarded by the association every five years for an outstanding paper or book in the field of symbolic logic. It consists of a cash award and was established in 1973 in memory of Professor Carol Karp.
- 2013 Moti Gitik, Tel Aviv University; Ya'acov Peterzil, University of Haifa; Jonathan Pila, University of Oxford; Sergei Starchenko, University of Notre Dame; Alex Wilkie, University of Manchester
- 2008 Zlil Sela, Hebrew University
- 2003 Gregory Hjorth, UCLA and Alexander Kechris, Caltech
- 1998 Ehud Hrushovski, Hebrew University
- 1993 Ehud Hrushovski, MIT and Alex Wilkie, Oxford
- 1988 Donald A. Martin, UCLA; John R. Steel, UCLA; W. Hugh Woodin, University of California, Berkeley
- 1983 Saharon Shelah, Hebrew University
- 1978 Robert Vaught, University of California, Berkeley
The Sacks Prize is awarded for the most outstanding doctoral dissertation in mathematical logic. It consists of a cash award and was established in 1999 to honor Professor Gerald Sacks of MIT and Harvard.
The Shoenfield Prize is awarded for outstanding expository writing in the field of logic and honors the name of Joseph R. Shoenfield.
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