The Husserl Archives at the New School
Established in 1966 in memory of Alfred Schutz, The Husserl Archives at the New School is a research center for phenomenology and phenomenological philosophy under the direction of the Department of Philosophy. The center is in possession of a complete collection of transcriptions of Edmund Husserl's unpublished writings, currently located in the Raymond Fogelman Library.
The purpose of the Husserl Archives is to promote and facilitate research in the work of Husserl in particular and phenomenological philosophy generally. The activities of the center will include the organization of small research groups, summer schools, and seminars composed of international students and scholars working on a variety of projects in or related to phenomenological philosophy.
James Dodd, Director
Department of Philosophy
The New School for Social Research
6 East 16th Street, New York NY 10003
Telephone: 212 229-5465