Gilbert Collins

  • Director of Global Health Programs
  • Associate Director, Center for Health and Wellbeing

Janet Currie

  • Co-Director, Center for Health and Wellbeing
  • Chair, Department of Economics
  • Professor of Economics and Public Affairs

Ilyana Kuziemko

  • Professor of Economics

Jeanne Altmann

  • Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, Emeritus
  • Senior Scholar, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Elizabeth Mitchell Armstrong

  • Associate Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs

Katja Guenther

Assistant Professor of History
Phone: 
609.258.7124
Email Address: 
kguenthe@princeton.edu
Office Location: 
G26 Dickinson Hall

Katja Guenther is Assistant Professor in the History Department specializing in the history of modern medicine, especially of the mind and brain. She has published articles on the history of psychoanalysis, neurology, and medical therapy. She has co-edited and translated into English Sigmund Freud’s 1882 manuscript “Critical Introduction to Neuropathology.” Guenther’s first book is a dual history of psychoanalysis and the neuro disciplines, and she is working on a new project on the use of mirrors in the history of the mind and brain sciences. Professor Guenther teaches courses on the history of medicine and the body, the history of disease, and the history of psychiatry, psychoanalysis and modern neuroscience. M.D. 2003 University of Cologne, Ph.D. 2009 Harvard University.

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