London is a research assistant for Dr. Catherine Gines Taylor, working with the arrival and spread of Christianity into Arles, France with a particular focus on the role of women in this radically burgeoning addition to Christendom. With a background in art historical research and the Medieval use of Solomonic bride and bridegroom imagery, she adds to the team the ability to synthesize the words of the early Church fathers with female devotion in this important Christian center. The Maxwell Institute has helped her join the interesting discussion between the hegemonic words of the early Church fathers and the under-heard words of women promoting and discussing Christianity during the same era. By combining unique insights and the ability to view history beyond the scope of the written word, the work Dr. Taylor is doing at the Maxwell Institute has allowed her to share ideas and let history speak through new mouthpieces and modes.