The Husserl Archives at The New School for Social Research promotes and facilitates research on Edmund Husserl and phenomenological philosophy. The archives offers scholars access to copies of transcriptions of Husserl’s unpublished writings from
the Husserl Archives in Leuven, Belgium. It also organizes small research groups and seminars that bring together students and scholars from around the world who are working on topics related to phenomenological philosophy.
The archives was established in 1966 in memory of the social phenomenologist Alfred Schutz. After fleeing Austria in 1938, Schutz joined the University in Exile faculty at The New School in 1939. He taught both sociology and philosophy and
also served as chair of the Department of Philosophy.
For more information, email James Dodd, professor of philosophy.