Camilo Ardila is a PhD student in Politics at the University of Edinburgh. His research revolves around the fields of political reconciliation, pluriversal politics, democratic theory and post-war justice. In his PhD dissertation, Camilo explores epistemic, deliberative, agonistic and ultimately pluriversal responses to mass atrocities and deep pluralism.
Dr Mathias Thaler
Dr Kieran Oberman
- 2018-present - PhD Politics, University of Edinburgh.
- 2015-2016 - MSc International Political Theory (Merit), University of Edinburgh.
- 2014 - 2015 - Postgraduate Diploma in Constitutional Law, Universidad Libre, Colombia
- 2011-2016 - Philosophy, Universidad Libre, Colombia (Distinction)
- 2009-2014 - Law, Universidad Libre, Colombia.
Awards and Scholarships
- 2018 - Colombia Científica Scholarship, PhD 2018-2021.
- 2015 - Colfuturo Scholarship, MSc 2015-2016.
- 2015 - Saber Pro Distinction, Ministry of Education, Colombia.
- 2014 - Tuition Scholarship, Postgraduate Diploma in Constitutional Law, Universidad Libre, Colombia.
- 2013 - 2014 Tuition Scholarship, Undergraduate Studies in Law and Philosophy, Universidad Libre, Colombia.
Teaching and Work Experience
2019 - present - Senior Tutor (international relations and political theory), University of Edinburgh.
2018 - 2021 - Visiting lecturer (constitutional law), Universidad Santo Tomás, Colombia.
2017 - 2018 - Part-time lecturer, (constitutional law), Universidad ECCI, Colombia.
2012-2015 - Teaching and research assistant, Universidad Libre, Colombia.
Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA)
Graduate Fellow at CRITIQUE (Centre for Ethics and Critical Thought) (2020 - present)
Political Theory Research Group (2018-present)
The Association for Political Theory (2020-present)