Professeur·e HES associé·e
Christiane Carri wrote her PhD in Gender and Cultural Studies at Humboldt University Berlin for which she received the Alice Salomon University of Applied Sciences' Doctoral Scholarship. Her thesis explores conceptualizations of madness and femininity in court cases against women between 1900 and 1933. As a trained social worker, she has previously worked at the Runaway House Berlin, which shelters victims of compulsory psychiatric treatment. Her previous publications have dealt with anti-psychiatric alternatives to reformist psychiatry, psychiatrization and the history of sexuality. Her latest project explores adoption psychological evaluations of lesbian and gay parents in Germany.