Celebrating Cordelia Fine

Come along to the National Library of Scotland to see a display of items relating to Prof Cordelia Fine, recipient of the 2018 Edinburgh Medal.

Celebrating Cordelia Fine

About Celebrating Cordelia Fine

Come along to the National Library of Scotland to see a display of items relating to Prof Cordelia Fine, recipient of the 2018 Edinburgh Medal in recognition of her scientific and literary work in the field of neuroscience, psychology and gender.

Professor Fine is a psychologist and author, currently Professor of History and Philosophy of Science at the University of Melbourne, Australia. She is the author of numerous award winning books including Delusions of Gender and Testosterone Rex which won the Royal Society's Science Book Prize in 2017.

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