Wendy C Hamblet


North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University
College of Arts Humanities, Soc Sci

Liberal Studies Department

General Classroom Building 204
B.A.Philosophy / Brock University
MAPhilosophy / Brock University
Ph.D.Philosophy / The Pennsylvania State University


Hamblet is an "Accredited Peace Professional of Canada" and a Full Professor and Consultant in the fields of Global Ethics, Prison Reform/Abolition, Conflict Studies and Peacework. A Canadian philosopher and author, Hamblet teaches History of Philosophy courses and Contemplative Strategies for promoting peace and addressing violence.

Research Interests

Conflict Theory; Violence; Identity and Difference; Penology; Philosophy of Punishment and Justice; Nature and the Human Condition; Trauma Studies; Eastern Philosophies.

Recent Publications

  • Wendy Hamblet (2015). (“A Phenomenological Inquiry into the Nature of Human Dwelling” ). In Andrew Fiala, (in Rodopi Press (Amsterdam) Philosophies of Peace Series, Volume The Nature of Peace and the Peace of Nature (2015).) Yes, ). Rodopi, Amsterdam.
  • Wendy Hamblet (2014). (Conceiving Evil: A Phenomenology of Perpetration). ). Algora Publishing.
  • Wendy Hamblet (2014). (“The Problem of Problems for Social Justice” ). (Multicultural Communication: Awareness in Criminal Justice, D. Williams, ed. (Nova Press, 2014).) ). Nova Press.
  • Wendy Hamblet (2014). ( “Nietzsche, Friedrich” ). In Bruce A. Arrigo, J. Geoffrey Golson, eds., (Criminal Justice Ethics Review) ). Sage.
  • Wendy Hamblet (2013). (Daemon in the Sanctuary: the Enigma of Homespace Violence). ). Algora Publishing.
  • Wendy Hamblet (2013). (“On the Nature of Public Life in Plato and Rancière”). (Philosophies of Peace Series Volume: Philosophy and the Public Life (Amsterdam: Rodopi Press, 2013).) ).
  • Wendy Hamblet (2013). ("Harvesting the Human: Force and Persuasion in Human Societies” ). In Greg Moses, (Concerned Philosophers for Peace Newsletter) ).
  • Wendy Hamblet (2013). (“Holy Rafts on Hostile Waters”). (Journal of Globalization for the Common Good) ).
  • Wendy Hamblet (2013). (“Struggles for Recognition or the Power of the “Really Made Up” ). In Chief Editor Richard Allen, ). Appraisal Journal of Post-Critical and Personalist Studies.
  • Wendy Hamblet (2011). (Punishment and Shame). ). Lexington Books.
  • Wendy Hamblet (2008). (Savage Constructions: The Myth of African Savagery). ). Lexington Books.
  • Wendy Hamblet (2008). (The Lesser Good: The Problem of Justice in Plato and Levinas). ). Lexington Books.
  • Wendy Hamblet (2006). (Peace Review: Psychological Interpretations of War Wendy C. Hamblet & Richard Koenigsberg, eds. (New York: Taylor & Francis, 2006).). (Peace Journal) ). Peace Journal.
  • Wendy Hamblet (2004). (The Sacred Monstrous). ). Lexington Books.