The FMSH library is one of 50 libraries, document collections and archival services that contribute their collections to the Grand Équipement Documentaire (GED) library. A transdisciplinary group articulated into singular collections composed of specialties, the GED's documentation will represent nearly one million documents, mainly books and journals, but also scientific archives, photographs, films, maps, and sound recordings, in physical or digital form.
As of January 1, 2021, with the exception of the Archives Service, all of the FMSH Library's services will be transferred to the Grand Equipement Documentaire on the Campus Condorcet.
Return of borrowed documents
As of Monday, January 4, 2021: returns of documents will be made directly to the GED "Hors les Murs" of the Campus Condorcet. For information on how to return documents, please write to email@example.com
While waiting for the opening of the GED building scheduled for 2021, the GED "Hors les Murs" welcomes you from Monday to Friday from 10:30 am to 6:30 pm, in compliance with health regulations.
Loans and returns are possible, as well as on-site consultation of documentation and/or archives (Registration required at the DGE).
As the GED collections are currently kept at CTLes (Bussy-Saint-Georges), they must first be reserved via the GED catalog before being made available in the GED reading room "Hors les Murs". The documents are available 48 hours after reservation.
How to access
Opening hours :
Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 11am-1pm
Tuesday, Thursday : 11am-6.30pm
Appointment mandatory (for health reasons)
Grand équipement documentaire (Rez-de-chaussée)
Espace Françoise Héritier - Open Space
10, cours des Humanités - 93 300 Aubervilliers
Discover the documentary services offered by the GED "Hors les Murs" of the Condorcet Campus in Aubervilliers:
The FMSH archives
The Archives Department collects, preserves, communicates and valorizes the data and archival documents produced and received by the Foundation's services and the research and international cooperation programs it supports.
It should be noted that part of the scientific archives will soon join the Condorcet Campus, the institutional archives remaining at the Foundation.
All the archives referenced online via Nabû can be consulted on the FMSH Charenton-Le-Pont website, or eventually on the Condorcet Campus.
For more information about consulting the archives, as well as to make an appointment, please contact Guillaume MARTIN: firstname.lastname@example.org.