New Directions in Bentham Studies Symposium
Friday, 13 December 2013 from 09:30 to 18:00 (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
The Bentham Project in the Faculty of Laws at UCL is delighted to announce details of our December 2013 symposium: New Directions in Bentham Studies.
The symposium's aim is to facilitate discussion of new work in the inter-disciplinary field of Bentham Studies. Presentations will explore both recent developments in, and potential future avenues for, research into the works and thought of English philosopher and jurist Jeremy Bentham.
The following distinguished scholars will speak at the event:
- Anne Brunon-Ernst, Université Paris II
- Emmanuelle de Champs, Université Paris 8
- Angela Marciniak, Universität Lüneburg
- Paola Rudan, Università di Bologna
- Guillaume Tusseau, Sciences Po
An update will also be given on the progress of the Bentham Papers Transcription Initiative (Transcribe Bentham) by members of the Bentham Project.
This event is free to attend but due to limited capacity, we kindly ask that you register your attendance by clicking the green 'Register' button above.
When & Where
Bentham Project, UCL
The symposium is being organized by Kris Grint (email@example.com)