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Hugo Montes Brunet (1926-)

 

In 1950, he obtained a degree in Law from Universidad Católica and, in 1953, he graduated as a Teacher from Universidad de Chile. In 1961, he completed a PhD in Romantic Philology from the University of Freiburg (Germany). He was a Professor of Literature at Universidad de Chile and Universidad Católica, and Dean for Universidad Austral and also for Universidad Católica de Valparaíso. He was also founder and Headmaster of San Esteban School and Headmaster of Saint George's College. In 1974, he was bestowed by the Spanish government as official of the Orden de Isabel La Católica (Order of Isabella the Catholic) and in 1968 he was granted the "Cruz del Apóstol Santiago", by the Archbishopric of Santiago. In 1995, he received the Premio Nacional de Ciencias de la Educación (National Award in Education Sciences).

 
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