Dr. Chamberlain teaches courses in political theory, international relations, and Canadian politics. He has written and presented research on various themes in the history of western political thought, including Canadian political and constitutional thought. In addition to teaching at UFV, he teaches courses at Simon Fraser University, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, and Trinity Western University.
UFV Courses Taught
POSC 100 - Introduction to Politics
POSC 260 – International Relations and Global Politics
POSC 360 – The United Nations and International Organizations
POSC 368 – Global Issues and Canadian Foreign Policy
POSC 460 – Seminar in International Relations
POSC 480K – Technology, Rights & Politics in Film
Ph.D Carleton University (2018)
M.A. Carleton University (2012)
B.A. (with distinction) Trinity Western University (2009)
Faith, reason and science in the history of political philosophy
International relations theory, esp. Classical Realism and Critical Theory
Canadian political thought
“Cartesian Means to Hobbesian Ends: Competing Early Modern Solutions to the Problem of Social Discord.” Presented at the Canadian Political Science Association Conference; University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC: June 2019.
“Aristotle and Hobbes on the Importance of Individuals Versus Institutions.” Canadian Political Science Association Conference; University of Regina, Regina, SK: May 2018.
“Conservatism: Slow change please!” in Valérie Vézina (ed.) in Introduction to Political Ideologies and Worldviews. KPU Pressbooks. 2021.
“The High Tory Conservatism of Eugene Forsey and John Farthing.” Chapter for an edited book. (UNDER REVIEW)
“The Right to Refuse Cabinet Advice as a Democratic Reform.” Canadian Political Science Review.
“Forms, Misology and The Meaning of Inquiry in Phaedo’s Arguments for Immortality.” (UNDER REVIEW)