June Goodfield is a British historian, scientist, and writer of both fiction and non-fiction.Biography Born Gwyneth June Goodfield in Stratford-upon-Avon in 1927, she read zoology at the University of London and undertook a PhD in history and philosophy of science at Leeds University, graduating in 1959, and spending the following year as a research assistant at Oxford University. After teaching biology at Benenden School, Kent, and Cheltenham Ladies' College, Goodfield lectured in history and philosophy of science at Leeds University until 1960. She was consultant at Harvard University's Department of Education , professor of history and philosophy of science at Wellesley College , professor of human medicine and philosophy at Michigan State University , senior research fellow at the Rockefeller University , and Robinson Professor at George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia.Source: Wikipedia
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