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WOMEN IN CONTEXT
SPIRITUAL CONTINUITY IN THE ERA OF UPLIFT
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19th-century activity African African-American alternative artists Baker-Fletcher Baptist Church Bernice Johnson Reagon Biblical black church black community black women preachers Burroughs Carby Chicago choir collective spiritual Collier-Thomas contemporary context Cooper-Lightener cultural Daughters of Thunder Davis denominations Dorothy Love Coates Dorsey Douroux evangelist Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham female feminist formal gender genre Gospel Blues Gospel music Gospel musicians Gospel Singers Gospel song Horace Boyer ideal included influence informal Interview by author Jesus Karpf leadership Lucie Campbell Mahalia Jackson male Memphis ministers ministry Miss Lucie multiple narrative National Baptist Convention organizations pageant pastor political post-Reconstruction preaching published pulpit quartet race reader/auditor religious response Righteous Discontent Roberta Martin role Ruth Harris Sallie Martin self-help sermon Shirley Caesar singing slave specific Spillers spiritual continuity style suggests Sweet the Sound Tape recording teaching Terborg-Penn theographia theoretical Tilghman tradition University uplift voice Walker woman Women's Convention worship