Bernard Grant, Ph.D.
Bernard Grant, Ph.D., covers higher education, work and labor issues, arts and culture, and (neuro)diversity and inclusion. A dedicated inclusionist, Bernard serves as a board member of NeuroGuides and a life coach at Autism Personal Coach.
Bernard holds a Ph.D. in creative writing and literature from the University of Cincinnati, where they taught creative writing and composition courses for five years. They also hold an MFA in creative writing from Pacific Lutheran University and a BA in film studies and literature from The Evergreen State College. Bernard works as a fiction editor at Tahoma Literary Review.
- Education: Ph.D. Creative Writing and Literature, University of Cincinnati
- Media Mentions: Demystifying Autistic Gender; This is What Autistiphobia Looks Like: Why Autistic Advocacy Matters
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