Critical Edition of Whitehead
Critical Edition of Whitehead will be the first critical edition of the works of Alfred North Whitehead. When completed, the Edition will contain a critically edited electronic and print edition of Whitehead's complete published and unpublished works, correspondence, and student lecture notes.
- Executive Editor: Brian G. Henning (Gonzaga University)
Henning is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Gonzaga University and Director of Research and Publication for the Whitehead Research Project. Dr. Henning holds a M.A., M.Phil., and Ph.D. in philosophy from Fordham University. He has published three books and has published articles in Process Studies, International Philosophical Quarterly, The Modern Schoolman, and Ethics & the Environment. His 2005 book, The Ethics of Creativity, won the 2007 Findlay Book Prize from the Metaphysical Society of America for the best work of metaphysics published between 2001 and 2006. He is co-editor of the Contemporary Whitehead Studies book series through Lexington Books.
- General Editor: George R. Lucas, Jr. (U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis)
George Lucas is Class of 1984 Distinguished Chair in Ethics at The Vice Admiral James B. Stockdale Center for Ethical Leadership at the United States Naval Academy (Annapolis, MD). From 1990-2008 he was Philosophy Series editor for the State University of New York Press. He is the author of numerous refereed journal articles on Whitehead and process philosophy in Process Studies, Int'l Philosophical Quarterly, Transactions of the C.S. Peirce Society, and The Personalist Forum. He is author of Two Views of Freedom in Process Thought (1979), The Genesis of Modern Process Thought (1983), and The Rehabilitation of Whitehead (1989). Edited volumes on Whitehead include Whitehead un der Deutsche Idealismus (1990) and Hegel and Whitehead (1986).
- Associate Editor: Roland Faber (Claremont Lincoln University / Claremont School of Theology)
Faber is the Founder of the Whitehead Research Project, Kilsby Family/John B. Cobb Professor of Process Studies at Claremont Lincoln University and Claremont School of Theology, Professor of Religion and Philosophy at Claremont Graduate University, and Executive Co-Director of the Center for Process Studies. Dr. Faber holds a Ph.D. and habilitation in philosophy and religion from the University of Vienna. He was honored with the Cardinal Innitzer Prize for his work. From 1998-2005, he was co-chair of the Institute of Systematic Theology of the University of Vienna and responsible for its financial and academic development. His experience in humanities research includes domestic and international invited lectures, book reviews, peer-reviewed journal articles, six monographs, and forthcoming, three co-edited works.
- Associate Editor: Michael Halewood (University of Essex, UK)
Halewood is a lecturer in sociology at the University of Essex, UK, where he is a member of the Centre for Theoretical Studies. His main areas of interest are the work of A. N. Whitehead, philosophy and social theory, the materiality of subjectivity. His recent publications include "Being a Sociologist and Becoming a Whiteheadian: Concrescing Methodological Tactics," in Theory, Culture and Society 24:4 (2008) and a collection of papers on Whitehead for Theory, Culture and Society.
- Associate Editor: Helmut Maaßen (Heinrich-Heine University Duesseldorf//Germany)
Maaßen teaches Philosophy at Heinrich-Heine University, Duesseldorf, Germany and is the editor of the book series European Studies in Process Thought (ESPT). He has spent research sabbaticals at Boston University (1990) and Jawaharlal Nehru University, Delhi/India (2000). He has published several books on A.N. Whitehead and Charles S. Peirce and numerous scholarly articles. He is also the International Book Review Coordinator for Germany for the Process Studies journal.
- Associate Editor: Leemon McHenry (University of California, Northridge)
McHenry is a lecturer in philosophy at California State University, Northridge and research consultant for the law firm, Baum, Hedlund, Aristei and Goldman of Los Angeles, California. He wrote a PhD thesis on Whitehead at the University of Edinburgh under Professor Timothy Sprigge, and subsequently worked with Victor Lowe on Whitehead's biography at the Johns Hopkins University. His papers on Whitehead, Quine, Santayana, Bradley, James, and Sprigge have appeared in Process Studies and the Journal of Speculative Philosophy and has a book on Whitehead forthcoming from Oxford UP.
- Chief Archivist: Nathan Greeley (Claremont Graduate University)
- Editorial Assistants: John Becker (Claremont School of Theology), Joe Petek (Claremont School of Theology), Richard T. Livingston (Claremont Graduate University)
The Critical Edition of Whitehead will only be successful with the help of the full community of Whitehead scholars. If you are aware of letters, articles, photos, lecture notes, or other material by Whitehead, please contact Brian Henning (), the Executive Editor of the Critical Edition of Whitehead.
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