How do democracy, sovereignty and territory relate to one another? The ownership and exercise...
Manuel Arias Maldonado
Professor of Political Science
Professor of Political Science at the University of Málaga. He earned a Fulbright Fellowship at the University of Berkeley (2004-2005), a Salvador de Madariaga Fellowship in the Rachel Carson Center at the University of Munich (2011) and a Fellowship in Environmental and Animal Studies at New York University (2017).
Among other books, he is the author of Antropoceno: La política en la era humana (Anthropocene: Politics in the Human Era, Taurus, 2018), Nostalgia del soberano (Nostalgia of the Sovereign, La Catarata, 2020) and Abecedario democrático (Democratic Alphabet, Turner, 2021). He is a columnist for The Objective and the national edition of El Mundo.
Articles by Manuel Arias Maldonado
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