Aug 30, 2013
By Michael Kramer
British academic psychologist Cordelia Fine has made the short list for the lucrative Warwick Prize for Writing for her book on “neurosexism.”
The Toronto-born cognitive neuroscientist has been announced as a finalist for the prize worth about $41,000 dollars for her book “Delusions of Gender.”
Fine is based at the University of Melbourne in Australia.
She’s up against five other finalists for the international award, which is run by the University of Warwick and crosses all disciplines.
The winner will be announced in London on September 24th.
Canadian author Naomi Klein was the inaugural winner in 2009 for “The Shock Doctrine.”