Judith Casselberry is Associate Professor of Africana Studies at Bowdoin College and author of The Labor of Faith: Gender and Power in Black Apostolic Pentecostalism, also published by Duke University Press.
Elizabeth A. Pritchard is Associate Professor of Religion at Bowdoin College and author of Religion in Public: Locke's Political Theology.
Introduction / Elizabeth A. Pritchard
Part I. Saving Race
1. Voices of God: Blackness and Gender in a Brazilian Black Gospel Music Scene / John Burdick
2. Race, Gender, and Christian Diaspora: New Pentecostal Intersectionalities and Haiti / Elizabeth McAlister
Part II. Scrutinizing and Sanctifying the Body
3. Women and the Afro-Brazilian Pentecostal War in Mozambique / Linda van de Kamp
4. "Dressed as Becometh Holiness": Gender, Race, and the Body in a Storefront Sanctified Church / Deidre Helen Crumbley
Part III. Sonic Power
5. West African and Caribbean Women Evangelists: The Wailing Women Worldwide Intercessors / Paula Aymer
6. "The Kingdom in the Midst": Sounding Bodies, Aesthetic Labor, and the End Times / Judith Casselberry
Part IV. Modeling the State
7. A Critical Approach to Concepts of "Power" and "Agency" in Ghana's Charismatic or Neo-Pentecostal) Churches / Jane Soothill
8. Bless Us with Children: Pregnancy, Prosperity, and Pragmatism in Nigeria's Christ Apostolic Church / Laura Premack