Husserl Archives Leuven
International Centre for Phenomenological Research
Husserl archives - opening hours
Our doors are always open from Monday to Friday, 10-12 and 14-16pm
If you are interested in the history of the Archives, want to take a closer look at the manuscripts or get a grip of the spirit of Husserl: we offer ‘guided tours’, just write a mail to email@example.com
We are closed in the summer from the 3rd to the 9th of August.
From the 20th of August 2015 the Husserl Archives building will be closed up to 10 months because of restauration works.
Transcriptions and materials can be made available to researchers by request, please write a mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Husserl Archives in Leuven
The Husserl Archives in Leuven is responsible for the publication of the philosophical work of Edmund Husserl. It was established in 1939 when, facing the threat that because of his Jewish origin, Husserl's work might be destroyed by the National Socialist authorities, Professor H.L. Van Breda successfully brought Husserl's estate secretly from Freiburg to Leuven.
The chief mission of the Archives remains research into and documentation of Husserl's estate. The Archives receives visitors from around the world interested in consulting Husserl's manuscripts, or the extensive Phenomenology library of the research centre. Thanks to activities such as the publication of monographs and the organisation of international conferences, the Husserl-Archives plays a central role in the dissemination and development of the phenomenological movement.