Library & Archives
The Center for Process Studies Library
The Center for Process Studies library is the world’s largest collection of writings in process-relational thought, consisting of more than 2,400 books, 750 dissertations, and 12,000 articles.
The library covers a range of topics, available to guide researchers to process scholarship in hundreds of different areas, such as aesthetics and arts, biology and physics, ecology and economics, education and psychology, philosophy and theology, etc.
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 Unpublished conference and seminar papers are housed in the process member papers collection.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. If you would like to support the library’s efforts, please consider making a donation or becoming a subscriber of our Process Studies journal.
Thematic Bibliographies & Archives
Browse through our 265 thematic bibliographies of process scholarship on a wide range of topics, from Agriculture and Analytic philosophy to Whitehead and Womanist theology—and everything in between!
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Learn more about the Center for Process Studies archives: the Whitehead Research Project Archive; the Hartshorne Archive; the Beardslee Archive; and the Daniel Day Williams Special Collection.
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