Benedict O'Donohoe is a specialist in the work of the French existentialist philosopher, novelist, playwright, biographer, essayist, critic and political activist, Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-1980). He has published a book on Sartre's theatre, a critical edition of his only filmed screenplay, two co-edited volumes of essays, and a score of articles or chapters in UK, France, USA, Canada, Japan and Australia. He will shortly publish a third, solo-edited volume of essays. He has also published articles on Albert Camus in France, Canada, USA and UK. Benedict has given more than twenty-five conference papers, a dozen of them invited, at international venues including San Francisco, Tokyo, Toronto, New York, London, Zurich, Dublin and Paris. He is a founder-member of the Groupe d'études sartriennes (Paris) and of the UK Sartre Society, of which he was Secretary 2002-06 and President 2006-10. He is UK Reviews Editor for, and is on the Editorial Advisory Board of, the journal Sartre Studies International (See profile).