The Center for Process Studies: Conferences and Conversations: 1973-2023, is an archival book project of CPS archivist Jahan Ihsan intended to celebrate the Gold Anniversary of CPS in 2023.
This book shows a pictorial history of the original Center for Process Studies which includes Charles Hartshorne, John Cobb Jr., David Ray Griffin, Lewis S. Ford, Catherine Keller, and others associated.
Included are original letters, CPS conference lists, photographs, and other ephemera from the CPS archives.
Foreword by Wm. Andrew Schwartz, Executive Director of Center for Process Studies.
Look back on 50 amazing years from the Center for Process Studies and support the next 50 years by purchasing this wonderful commemorative volume.
Jahan Brian Ihsan received his MA in Comparative Religion from Claremont School of Theology in 2019, and also holds a BA in English Literature from Marylhurst University. Formerly a Baha’i in South Carolina, he lived abroad as a representative travel teacher for his community throughout Latvia and Lithuania. He currently resides in Oregon with his young son. In Spring of 2022, he published, Portland Witch House, a memoir relating the self to his twelve-year photographic study of ‘countercultural’ personae—subjects who often engaged in outsider religion and ritual—this study was documented using antique and vintage film cameras. His ongoing studies include Carl Jung, Roger Caillois, Georges Bataille, Rene Girard, and transgressive methods of the sacred.