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Prof. Dr. Dr. Katja Günther

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Vita

Since 2009 Assistant Professor, History of Science Program, Department of History, Princeton University

2009 Ph.D. in History of Science, Harvard University

2003 M.D., University of Cologne

2000 M.Sc. in Neuroscience, Oxford University

Research Concentrations

History of Medicine, History of the Medicine of Mind and Brain, History of the Body, European History, History of Science

Function within the Center

Fellow of the Institute for Advanced Study Konstanz (September 2012–August 2013)

Research project “Reflex and Interpretation – A Genealogy of Psychoanalysis and the Neuro Disciplines, ca. 1850-1950”
Abstract 

Selected Publications

Localization and Its Discontents. A Genealogy of Psychoanalysis and the Neuro Disciplines Chicago: University of Chicago Press 2015.

“Exercises in therapy. neurological gymnastics between kurort and hospital medicine, 1880–1945,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 88.1 (2014): 102-131.

“The disappearing lesion: Sigmund Freud, sensory-­motor physiology, and the beginnings of psychoanalysis,” Modern Intellectual History 10 (2013): 569-601.

“Recasting Neuropsychiatry – Freud’s ‘Critical Introduction’ and the Convergence of French and German Brain Science,” Psychoanalysis and History 14.2 (July 2012): 203-226.

“Freuds ‘Kritische Einleitung in die Nervenpathologie.’ Kontext und Bedeutung,” LUZIFER-AMOR Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Psychoanalyse 49 (2012): 7-32.

Sigmund Freud, “Critical Introduction to Neuropathology (1887),” edition and translation, Psychoanalysis and History 14.2 (July 2012): 151-202.

Sigmund Freud, “Kritische Einleitung in die Nervenpathologie (1885-87),” first edition, with Gerhard Fichtner and Albrecht Hirschmüller, LUZIFER-AMOR Zeitschrift zur Geschichte der Psychoanalyse 49 (2012): 33-82.