Christine Trevett is professor emerita (in history of religion) from Cardiff University’s Centre for Late Antique Religion and Culture in the School of History, Archaeology and Religion. Quaker history is a hobby which occasionally gets out of hand and she has written articles, essays and three books on Quakers (one linked with a Swarthmore Lectureship). Another of her interests, though, is in the attribution of religious meaning to human conditions. It was useful when she did an MA in Autism in recent years. She likes to study the marginalised, the heretics and the under-recorded, which may include women.