Professor, Columbia University in the City of New York, Department of Political Science
Nadia Urbinati (Ph.D., European University Institute, Florence, 1989) is a political theorist who specializes in modern and contemporary political thought and the democratic and anti-democratic traditions. Her more recent books, all of them translated into Italian and other languages: "Me The People: How Populism Transforms Democracy" (Harvard University Press, 2019); "The Tyranny of the Moderns" (Yale University Press 2015); "Democracy Disfigured: Opinion, Truth and the People"(Harvard University Press, 2014). She has published articles in numerous international scholarly journals and is a political columnist for Italian newspapers, in the past “La Repubblica; now “Domani”.
Sessions at DXC23:
Keynote Address: The Rise of the Italian Far Right - Lessons for Europe and Beyond