Tyler Chamberlain, PhD

Part Time Instructor; Program Development and Review Coordinator

Tyler Chamberlain holds a PhD in Political Science from Carleton University. Tyler teaches courses in a wide variety of areas including Political Science, Philosophy, and Religious Studies. He has written on the history of political ideas, the relationship between faith and reason, and Canadian political thought. You can read some of his writing at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Tyler-Chamberlain.

Tyler is married to Raechel, and they have three daughters.

  • PhD (Carleton)
  • MA (Carleton)
  • BA (Trinity Western University)


History of political thought, Conservative political philosophy, Canadian political thought, Faith and reason, Philosophy of Blaise Pascal, International Relations Theory, International Institutions and Global Governance

Awards & Honors

  • Winner of the 2019 British Columbia Political Studies Association Marjorie Griffin Cohen Prize (awarded to the 2 best papers presented at annual conference) - Paper Title: “The Right to Refuse Cabinet Advice as a Democratic Reform”

Recent Publications

Selected publications:

Affiliations & Memberships

  • Canadian Political Science Association

  • POLS 101 Introduction to Political Thinking
  • POLS 234 Introduction to Canadian Government and Politics
  • POLS 312 Globalization and Global Governance
  • POLS 334 Issues in Canadian Government and Politics
  • POLS 392 Ethics and Public Affairs
  • PHIL 105 Introduction to Philosophy
  • PHIL 210 Contemporary Ethical Issues
  • PHIL 383 Reason and Belief in God
  • PHIL 384 Suffering and Belief in God
  • PHIL 421/521 Postmodern Philosophy
  • PHIL 607 Special Topics in Philosophy: History of Political Thought
  • RELS 110 Introduction to Christianity
  • RELS 360 Christian Apologetics
  • RELS 475 Christianity and Culture