Most Recently Brandy Daniels was a postdoctoral fellow and lecturer with the Luce Project on “Religion and its Publics” at the University of Virginia. She received her Ph.D. in Theological Studies, with a minor in Ethics & Society and a certificate in Women’s & Gender Studies, from Vanderbilt University, where she was a fellow in the Program in Theology and Practice. Her research focuses on theological anthropology and practices of formation, exploring intersections between constructive theologies and feminist and queer theories to better understand and envision accounts of faithful Christian identity and community amidst difference. Brandy has published on topics ranging from Bonhoeffer and Foucault on racial identity, to poststructuralism and liberation theology, to Eastern Orthodox apophatic theology and Lacanian psychoanalytic theory. She has served as a contributor to the Women in Theology blog and serves on the steering committee for the Queer Studies in Religion section of the AAR. Brandy is under-care for ordination with the Disciples of Christ (Christian Church).