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90th Faculty Research Lecture
The Equivalent of the Right to Land, Life, and Liberty?
Democracy and the Idea of a Basic Income
Carole Pateman
Department of Political Science

April 18, 2001


Carole Pateman's research and publications in political theory have covered a number of social and political theorists, including feminist thinkers in the early modern period. Beginning with graduate study, her work has centered on Democratic theory, questions about citizenship and feminist political theory. In recent years, she has also developed an interest in political theorists' contribution to the debate regarding the status of animals.

Her most recent research has been concerned with historical and contemporary aspects of democratization, citizenship and rights. Her work is widely read across a number of disciplines in the social sciences and humanities, including law, and has been translated into several languages.

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