The Center houses more than 300 books related to German-American educational history.


The Center houses a large and comprehensive collection of books and documents related to German-American educational history. The library is open to scholars and the general public alike, with advance registration requested. The library is a research library, extramural loan is not possible.

The library provides the opportunity for a more in depth study of German-American educational history by the rapid deployment of the pertinent literature on the topic. In addition, however, the Center serves as an important contact point for the exchange of information concerning current research projects and planned publications on German-American educational history. Anyone genuinely interested in German-American educational history is very welcome to visit and use the library during opening hours.

Search in our Collections

You can find all books in the central catalogue of our library (OPAC). To filter the results of your search for our collection, select in the "Sucheingabe" Signatur and enter the acronym FEA*. Please note: Our library is a research library, extramural loan is not possible.

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Contact Information and Opening Hours

The Center’s regular opening hours are corresponding with the office hours of its the director and his deputies. During the non-lecture periods between the semesters the opening hours are limited to few days!

Do you have questions? Contact us: Nicholas K. Johnson / Andreas Oberdorf

Address:  Georgskommende 26, room D 104 (Map)