The aim of the Bentham Project is to produce a new scholarly edition of the works and correspondence of Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832), the influential jurist, philosopher, and social scientist, whom A.J.P. Taylor described as `the most formidable reasoner who ever applied his gifts to the practical questions of administration and politics'.
UCL Laws staff involved in the Bentham Project are:
For more information: see the Bentham Project website
Our courses in the area include:
LLM ProgrammeSpecialist Degree - Jurisprudence and Legal Theory
The Bentham Project, in collaboration with UCL Centre for Digital Humanities, has launched Transcribe Bentham, a digitisation and crowdsourcing initiative funded by the AHRC. The aim of the initiative is to engage the public in the online transcription of unpublished papers written by Jeremy Bentham (1748-1832). For more information and to participate visit the Transcribe Bentham blog: www.ucl.ac.uk/transcribe-bentham.
Visit the Transcribe Bentham project for further news on Bentham Research and information on how to participate.