Roland Faber

Kilsby Family / John B. Cobb Professor of Process Studies

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(909) 447-2541
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Roland Faber is executive co-director of the Center for Process Studies and executive director of the Whitehead Research Project (founded in 2007). His fields of research and publication include poststructuralism (Gilles Deleuze); process thought and process theology; comparative philosophy of religion; interreligious discourse (epistemological conditions, ontology), especially regarding Christianity/Buddhism; philosophy, systematic theology (doctrine of God and creation, Christology and eschatology); cosmology, theology and spirituality of the Renaissance; and mysticism (Meister Eckhart, Nicolas of Cusa, Giordano Bruno) with an accent on multiplicity, infinite becoming and theopoetics.


M.A. - University of Vienna (Catholics-Theological Faculty)
Ph.D. - University of Vienna (Catholics-Theological Faculty)
Habilitation in Theology - University of Vienna

Recent Publications / Achievements

Secrets of Becoming: Negotiating Whitehead, Deleuze, and Butler (Fordham University Press, 2011)

Event and Decision: Ontology and Politics in Badiou, Deleuze, and Whitehead (Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010)

Beyond Metaphysics?: Explorations in Alfred North Whitehead's Late Thought (Rodopi Press, 2010)

God as Poet of the World: Exploring Process Theologies (Westminster John Knox Press, 2008)