Kathleen Bell

Kathleen Bell’s research for her 2019 Eva Koch scholarship focussed on mistakes made by Quakers in the past and how knowledge and understanding of these might inform our understanding of the Religious Society of Friends now and in future. As a writer and experienced Creative Writing tutor, Kathleen believes that creative and imaginative approaches can help us gain greater understanding of the lives of others and work towards a better and more just society. Kathleen attended her first Quaker Meeting in her teens and is a longstanding member of the Society. She has a particular concern for questions connected to privilege, diversity, inclusion and power.

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