Nadia Urbinati

Photo of Nadia UrbinatiPhoto | ┬ęKristinn Ingvarsson - KRI@HI.ISNadia Urbinati is the Kyriakos Tsakopoulos Professor of Political Theory in the Department of Political Science at Columbia University. She is the author of several books, including Democracy Disfigured: Opinion, Truth, and the People; The Tyranny of the Moderns; Representative Democracy: Principles and Genealogy; and Mill on Democracy: From the Athenian Polis to Representative Government, which won the David and Elaine Spitz Prize for the best book in democratic theory.

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Cover: Me the People: How Populism Transforms DemocracyMe the People: How Populism Transforms DemocracyUrbinati, NadiaHARDCOVER08/06/2019$48.00
Cover: Democracy Disfigured: Opinion, Truth, and the PeopleDemocracy Disfigured: Opinion, Truth, and the PeopleUrbinati, NadiaHARDCOVER02/25/2014$49.50
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