If you come across any interesting links or news in relation to panexperientialism, please feel free to post a comment below. Apologies for any broken links - I plan to update them soon.
Why I became a Panexperientialist by Charles Birch
Panpsychism by William Seager (encyclopedia article)
Panpsychism by David Skrbina (encyclopedia article)
Panpsychism by T.L.S. Sprigge (encyclopedia article)
Panexperientialist Physicalism and the Mind-Body problem by David Ray Griffin
Consciousness, Information and Panpsychism by William Seager
Panpsychism by William Seager (his most recent paper on the topic).
Why Physicalism entails Panpsychism by Galen Strawson
Recent Naturalistic Dualisms by William Lycan. Although no fan of panpsychism, Lycan argues that the most coherent form of property dualism implies panpsychism.
Online papers on Panpsychism compiled by David Chalmers.
Mind Dust - a group of philosophers, mathematicians and physicists working on ontology and metaphysics from Munich, Germany with an interest in panexperientialism.
John Gregg's Consciousness Site - Numerous consciousness related essays, often panpsychism related.
Panexperientialist - In Defence of Panexperientialism. Andy K
Whitehead by John Cobb
Whitehead and the revival(?) of Panpsychism by William Seager
Whitehead's even more dangerous idea by Peter Fairleigh
Everything is Permuted
Website of Paul Cecil with numerous Whitehead/Hartshorne links
Center for Process Studies The Center is a faculty of Claremont School of Theology. Focus on Whitehead, Hartshorne and Process Theology. Extensive resources.
Participation, Organization, and Mind: Toward a Participatory Worldview by David Skrbina. Interesting panpsychist theory based on ideas from chaos theory and nonlinear dynamics. Also contains an excellent history of panpsychism.
A place for Consciousness
by Gregg Rosenberg. Explores the problems of causation and consciousness, leading to a panexperientialist solution.
Group Reading of Gregg Rosenberg's book (Physics Forums).
A Purpose For Everything by Charles Birch. On-line book examining purpose in nature.
Nature and Purpose by John F. Haught. Book with similar themes to that of Birch. Some chapters may not appeal to the secular minded.
Guide to Reality Science and philosophy blog with numerous panexperientialism related posts.
Mind in Nature: the Interface of Science and Philosophy
Online book with various contributors. Edited by John B. Cobb Jr and David R. Griffin
Processing Towards Life by Charles Birch. Examines Self-organisation and subjectivity.
Embodied Human Consciousness, Abrupt Global Climate Change, and Freedom
Website of physiologist David Stoney which covers climate change issues as well as neurophysiology from a Whiteheadian panexperientialist perspective.
Psychological Physiology From the Standpoint of a Physiological Psychologist
by George Wolf
Whitehead'Psychological Physiology: A Third View by William Gallagher.
Relates how individual occasions of experience might give rise to the unified experience of human consciousness. Addresses (although in an indirect fashion) what Philosopher William Seager has described as the "Combination Problem".
Single-neuron Theory of Consciousness by Steven Sevush.
Proposes that the full content of conscious experience may be a property of individual neurons and that this would present a solution to the 'binding' problem.
Is Consciousness Only a Property of Individual Cells? by Jonathon CW Edwards.
Similar theme to previous paper, with more emphasis on the physics that might be involved.
See also website of Stuart Hameroff (under 'Physics').
Self-Organization and Agency: In Chemistry and In Process Philosophy
by Joseph E. Earley
Towards a Process Philosophy of Chemistry by Ross Stein
Online papers of Whitehead-influenced Quantum Physicist Henry Stapp
Quantum Consciousness Website of Stuart Hameroff, with focus on Hameroff-Pensrose microtubule/quantum model of consciousness.
Process Physics School of Chemistry, Physics and Earth Sciences, Flinders University. I have not tried to understand this stuff but apparently it has affinities with Whitehead's views, although arrived at independently.
The Power of Thought to Heal:An Ontology of Personal Faithby Arthur Preston Smith. Psychosomatic healing from a panexperientialist perspective.