News and Events
- Of Sexual Irregularities, and Other Writings on Sexual Morality, the latest volume in the Collected Works of Jeremy Bentham, has been published by Oxford University Press. Two responses by members of the Bentham Project to a recent review of the work in The Guardian are available on our blog. A preliminary version of a closely-related work, Not Paul, but Jesus Vol. III, is available to download as a free open-access text.
- Jeremy Bentham and the Escaped Convicts, an exhibition at UCL, has recently been installed in the South Cloisters near the Auto-Icon. Dr Tim Causer has written about the new exhibition at the Transcribe Bentham blog.
- New work on Bentham's legal philosophy: The Legal Philosophy and Influence of Jeremy Bentham: Essays on Of the Limits of the Penal Branch of Jurisprudence, edited by Guillaume Tusseau, has been published by Routledge. The volume contains an essay by Professor Philip Schofield of the Bentham Project.
- Professor Philip Schofield has written a guide to tranScriptorium, a European Union funded project investigating the application of Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) technology to Bentham manuscripts. The Bentham Project is hosting a lunchtime focus group on HTR on Wednesday 23 July. Please see the Transcribe Bentham blog for more details.
- ISUS XIII: Registration is now open for the 13th Conference of the International Society for Utilitarian Studies, to be held on 20-22 August 2014 at Yokohama National University. View the list of accepted papers and sessions.
- A new post examining Bentham's arguments for Jesus' homosexuality as part of his theological defense for same-sex love in Not Paul, but Jesus Vol. III has been published at the Jesus in Love blog.
- A new volume entitled Bentham's Theory of Law and Public Opinion, edited by Professor Xiaobo Zhai (UCL/Zhengzhou) and Dr Michael Quinn (UCL), has been published by Cambridge University Press. More information. Download the flyer to receive a 20% discount.
- Watch Escape from Australia: James Martin's Memorandoms, a video featuring Dr Tim Causer and based on the only first-hand account of perhaps the most famous escape by transported convicts from Australia. An interactive video is also available. Two versions of the narrative found in UCL's Bentham Papers have been published online by the Bentham Project.
- Recordings from the 2014 programme of Bentham Seminars can be listened to on the new Bentham Seminar Podcast.
See previous news and events in our archive.