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Congratulations Dr. Steve Hulbert!

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On behalf of the Center for Process Studies, I want to give a special congratulations to Dr. Steve Hulbert! Steve recently completed his PhD in Philosophy/Cultural Studies at Claremont Graduate University, upon successful defense of his dissertation titled: "From Humors and Vapors to Words and Naming: Naturalizing Madness and Melancholy in Seventeenth-Century Conceptions of the Mind-Body." 

Steve did his undergraduate work at Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS in Geography and Philosophy, where he studied Philosophy under noted Hartshorne expert, Donald Wayne Viney. Steve completed an M.A. in Philosophy at Claremont Graduate University in May 2007. Steve holds a general interest in traditional approaches to process thought broadly understood (both East and West) as well as interests that include aesthetics, philosophy of place, feminism and gender theory, the postmodern condition, philosophical approaches to psychiatry, and critical theory.

Steve has worked at the Center for Process Studies for 11 years (beginning in 2005), with a special focus on the Library and Archives. Though we are sad to loose Steve as a CPS student worker, we are excited for his future as he enters the job market "Steve Hulbert, Ph.D." It would be difficult to overstate how grateful I am for Steve's decade of commitment and service to the mission of CPS. It is with Steve's help and expertise that the CPS library has grown into the world's largest collection of Process-Relational transdicisplinary materials, including over 2,400 books, more than 750 dissertations, and over 12,000 articles. His knowledge of the CPS library and archives is unparalleled. Join me in thanking Dr. Hulbert for his contributions to CPS! Correspondence can be sent to Steve at


Wm. Andrew Schwartz, Ph.D.
Executive Director
Center for Process Studies