Claudio Arqueros is the Chilean Fulbright Chair in Democracy and Human Development and will be in residence at the Kellogg Institute during the spring of 2023. He currently serves as a professor at the School of Government of the Universidad del Desarrollo and the Universidad Autónoma de Chile, and is also Director of the Academic Training Programs of the Jaime Guzmán Foundation. His academic research focuses mainly on political theory, specifically on the philosophical foundations of the principle of subsidiarity, and its application in Chile. Most of his publications are related to civil society, social movements, and political conflict.
He holds a PhD in philosophy and a Master's degree in philosophy from the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. He holds another Master's degree in philosophy from the Universidad de Chile, and a Bachelor's degree in education and professor of philosophy from the Universidad Metropolitana de las Ciencias de la Educación.
Kellogg Welcomes Five New Visiting Fellows
Jan 9, 2023
The Kellogg Institute for International Studies welcomes five new visiting fellows this month, including two Chilean Fulbright Chairs in Democracy and Human Development and one scholar from Ukraine, who will spend the calendar year at the University of Notre Dame.