Rhiannon Grant is a writer, researcher, teacher, and facilitator. Her interests include Quaker theology and practice, religious language, philosophy of religion, complex and multiple religious belonging, archaeology, LGBTQ+ themes in everything, and vegan baking. Her PhD, from the University of Leeds, is on Wittgenstein and British Quaker ways of talking about God.
She works at Woodbrooke where she teaches on Quaker theology and practice, including online courses and workshops which can be booked for local groups, and offers research supervision. She can be contacted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or via Twitter or Facebook.