Welcome to Dr. Hugo Córdova Quero

Starr King School for the Ministry is proud to announce that Dr. Hugo Córdova Quero will be serving as our new Director of Online Education.

Dr. Córdova Quero has served as an Adjunct Faculty member at Starr King since 2009. He also serves as an adjunct faculty member Graduate Theological Union, an instructor at Multidisciplinary Research Group on Religion and Social Incidence (GEMRIP)/Universidad del Centro Educativo Latinoamericano (UCEL) in Buenos Aires/Rosario, and a Researcher at the Program on Multiculturalism, Migration, and Inequality in Latin America, Center for Advanced Studies at the National University of Cordoba (CEA-UNC) and Research Center for the Study of Culture and Society (CIECS/CONICET) in Córdoba, Argentina. He holds a MA in Systematic Theology and Critical Theories (Feminist, Queer, and Postcolonial) from the Graduate Theological Union; a M.Div. from ISEDET University in Buenos Aires, Argentina; and a Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Studies in Religion, Migration, and Ethnic Studies from the Graduate Theological Union.

In addition to his scholarly work, Dr. Córdova Quero was an early adaptor in the field of Online Education, serving from 1998–2001 as the Coordinator of Programs in the Distance Learning Department (EDUCAB) [Currently Online Education Department] of ISEDET University in Buenos Aires, Argentina.  From 2013 to 2015, he was the Academic Coordinator of Online Education in the Centro de Estudios, Grupo de Estudios Multidisciplinarios en Religión e Incidencia Publica (GEMRIP) / Universidad del Centro Latinoamericano (UCEL) in Buenos Aires / Rosario, Argentina.

Dr. Cordova Quero is one of the most broadly published young queer intersectional religious scholars in Argentina.  His contributions to Starr King have already been outstanding.

He will be working part-time as the Director of Online Education, while continuing in his role as a professor at Starr King.

We are proud and honored to welcome Dr. Hugo Córdova Quero into this new role. Bienvendio Dr. Córdova Quero!