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Library & Archives
The Center for Process Studies library's acquisitions of over 1,600 books, 400 dissertations, and 8,500 articles comprise the world's largest collection of writings in Whiteheadian-Hartshornean process thought.
The library has a bibliographic database (BiblioBase) with nearly 15,000 entries to guide researchers to process scholarship in hundreds of different areas, such as aesthetics, arts, biblical studies, biological sciences, ecology, economics, education, ethics, feminist theory, metaphysics, natural sciences, psychology, theology, and world religions and philosophies. CPS also maintains a small collection of audio and visual materials that deal with process issues.
The Hartshorne Archive makes the primary and secondary works of Charles Hartshorne more accessible. Papers by the CPS Co-Directors and others, including William Beardslee, Charles Birch, John Spencer, and Daniel Day Williams, are in special collections. Unpublished conference and seminar papers are housed in the process member papers collection.
Scholars are invited to make use of the Center's unique and extensive library. Articles are available at a cost of $.10 per page photocopying charge, plus shipping and handling. If you would like to support the library's efforts, please consider making a donation or becoming a member of CPS.
- The Hartshorne Archive
- The Beardslee Archive
- The Whitehead Special Collection
- The Daniel Day Williams Special CollectionThe John Spencer Archive