Wendy Hamblet

Wendy Hamblet

Professor of Philosophy
Accredited Peace Professional of Canada
Director, Intl. Center for Organizational Excellence
Ph.D. Penn State University
Phenomenology of Conflict, Continental Philosophy, and History of Philosophy
(336) 285-3494
whamblet@ncat.edu
204 GCB
Curriculum Vitae

 

Wendy C. Hamblet is a Canadian philosopher, author, philosophical counselor, and consultant who holds the prestigious status of “Accredited Peace Professional of Canada” in her homeland. She has authored many books, including The Sacred Monstrous: A Reflection on Violence in Human Communities (2004); Savage Constructions: the Myth of African Savagery (2008); Punishment and Shame: A Philosophical Study (2010); and Daemon in the Sanctuary (2013), to name but a few. Dr. Hamblet has studied at the United States’ Holocaust Memorial Museum’s Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies (two terms) and at the NonProliferation Institute (two terms: UNC Asheville and University of Georgia’s Center for International Trade and Security). Dr. Hamblet consults in the field of youth anti-violence training for educators (Tobago and Trinidad), Ethics framework development (New York, Ottawa, Canada, and Trinidad) and Prison Reform/Abolition (global webinars; Her Majesty’s Prisons of the Caribbean; International Coalition for Prison Abolition). She has just completed a two year term as Executive Director of the Concerned Philosophers for Peace, the largest body of scholars on the continent working on issues of war and peace. She is also an activist-scholar in the Transcend Network of Conflict Transformation Professionals.