Equality through the Market Milton Friedman and the Origins of Universal Basic Income, Dr Daniel Zamora

Equality through the Market: Milton Friedman and the Origins of Universal Basic Income

Dr Daniel Zamora (Université Libre de Bruxelles)

5 p.m., Friday 1 November (3rd week)


Daniel Zamora is a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium. He has published on the intellectual history of neoliberalism, and is now working on the history of universal basic income and conceptions of social justice in the 20th century. His books include Daniel Zamora and Michael C. Behrent (eds.), Foucault and Neoliberalism (Cambridge, 2015); Daniel Zamora and Mitchell Dean, Le dernier Homme et la fin de la Révolution. Foucault après Mai 68, (Montréal, 2019) and, to be published in 2020 by Verso, Daniel Zamora and Mitchell Dean, The Last Man Takes LSD. Foucault after 68. He is currently writing a volume with Anton Jäger: Basic Income: An Intellectual History. How a Fringe Idea Reshaped Our Notions of the State, Work and Social Justice.


All are welcome

This talk is part of the ‘Rethinking the Contemporary: The World since the Cold War’ series,  TORCH

Convenors: Faisal Devji and David Priestland (Contact david.priestland@history.ox.ac.uk)