Robynne Rogers Healey is professor of history as well as co-director of the Gender Studies Institute at Trinity Western University in Langley, British Columbia, Canada. She is currently chair of the Conference of Quaker Historians and Archivists. Her publications include From Quaker to Upper Canada: Faith and Community among Yonge Street Friends, 1801-1850 (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2006) and a number of articles on Quakers and Quakerism, including a recent chapter on Quietist Quakerism in The Oxford Handbook of Quaker Studies and an examination of George Whitehead in Early Quakers and Their Theology. Her research interests include gender and Quakerism, the transatlantic world in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, the twentieth-century peace testimony, and Canadian Quakerism. When she is not at her computer or in a book, she can most often be found in her garden or among the goats, horses, and dogs on her family farm in British Columbia’s scenic Fraser Valley.