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Archive Telegram

Archive Telegram

In this section, we report, at irregular intervals, on some of our current activities
(research projects, collaborations, conferences, exhibitions, visitors etc.).

The Archive in Berlin-Spandau
March 1994 until February 1996

The Archive in Berlin-Mitte
March 1996 until March 2001

The Archive in Berlin-Pankow
April 2001 until May 2006





The Archive in Berlin-Mitte
since June 2006


The present home of the Archive
in Berlin-Mitte opening in the fall of 2009


Prof. Haeberle founded the Archive for Sexology in 1994 as a sub-unit inside the federal Robert Koch Institute, using his own private library and collections as a material base. The Archive was first housed in a two-story building in Berlin-Spandau, Flankenschanze 48. It then moved twice to ever larger quarters, first to Berlin-Mitte, Hannoversche Str. 27, (campus of the Charité, the medical school of Humboldt University) and then to Berlin-Pankow, Prenzlauer Promenade 149-152. In 2004, the printed part of the Archive was donated to the library of Humboldt University. In the summer of 2006, it moved back to Berlin-Mitte, Hessische Str. 1. Since October 2009, it has been housed in the centrally located new library building: Jacob-und-Wilhelm-Grimm-Zentrum, Geschwister-Scholl-Str. 1, 10117 Berlin.