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Leah Payne - Research Bibliography

Books:

Gender and Pentecostal Revivalism: Making a Female Ministry in the Early Twentieth Century (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015).

Articles and Book Chapters:

“Pentecostals in Conversation with Early Quakers and Their Religious Thought”, Quaker Religious Thought (Spring, 2017).

“‘The Roar of Thunder and the Sweetness of a Woman’: Gender Construction and Ritualized Acts in Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century American Revivalism,” Journal of Ritual Studies 31.1 (2017): 27-41.

“Author Meets Critics: Reflections on Gender and Pentecostal Revivalism: Making a Female Ministry in the Early Twentieth Century (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015),” Canadian Journal of Pentecostal-Charismatic Christianity 7.1 (2016): 73-98.

Daniel Brunner and Leah Payne. “Exploring Pietism As an Intermediary for Lutheran-Pentecostal Dialogue,” Dialog: A Journal of Theology 55.4 (2016): 355-363.

“‘New Voices’: Pentecostal Preachers from 1890 – 1930,” in Mark J. Cartledge and A. J. Swoboda (eds.), Scripting Pentecost: A Study of Pentecostals, Worship and Liturgy.  Routledge, 2016. “‘Pants Don’t Make Preachers’: Fashion and Gender Construction in Late Nineteenth- and Early Twentieth-Century American Revivalism,” Fashion Theory 19.1 (2015).

“‘Fully Equipped’: Pentecostals, Theology, Technology,” in Lee Roy Martin (ed.), Toward a Pentecostal Theology of Preaching.  Centre for Pentecostal Theology Press, 2015.

Linda Ambrose and Leah Payne.  “Reflections on the Potential of Gender Theory for Pentecostal History,” Pneuma: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies 36.1 (2014): 1-19.

Encyclopedia Entries:

“International Church of the Foursquare Gospel.” In Encyclopedia of Christianity in the United States.  Edited by George Thomas Kurian & Mark A. Lamport.  New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (2016).

“Kathryn Kuhlman.” In Encyclopedia of Christianity in the United States.  Edited by George Thomas Kurian & Mark A. Lamport.  New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (2016).

“Maria Beulah Woodworth-Etter.” In Encyclopedia of Christianity in the United States.  Edited by George Thomas Kurian & Mark A. Lamport.  New York: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (2016).

Book Reviews:

Barrett-Fox, Rebecca. God Hates: Westboro Baptist Church, American Nationalism, and the Religious Right. Church History (Forthcoming).

Moslener, Sara. Virgin Nation: Sexual Purity and American AdolescenceAmerican Historical Review (Forthcoming).

Clifton, Shane, and Jacqueline Grey, eds., Raising Women Leaders: Perspectives on Liberating Women in Pentecostal and Charismatic ContextsPneuma, The Journal for the Society of Pentecostal Studies Vol. 33 (No. 1 2011): 152-153. 

Yong, Amos, and Estrelda Alexander, eds., Phillips Daughters: Women in Pentecostal-Charismatic LeadershipPneuma, The Journal for the Society of Pentecostal Studies Vol. 31 (No. 2 2009): 312-313.

John Christopher Thomas, The Spirit of the New TestamentCatholic Biblical Quarterly.  Vol. 69 (October, 2007): 838-840.

Presentations

Papers:

“Principalities & Powers: Pentecostals and Politics from 1890-1929.” Society for Pentecostal Studies Annual Meeting. St. Louis, Missouri. March, 2017.

“Which Spirit(s)? A Review of Early Quakers and their Theological Thought.” American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Quaker Theological Discussion Group. San Antonio, TX. November, 2016.

 “‘Pants Don’t Make Preachers’: Sexual Ethics and Early Pentecostal Dress.” Pacific University's Center for Gender Equity and Gender & Sexuality Studies 3rd Biennial Conference. October, 2015.

“Theologies of Time: Fundamentalists, Pentecostals, and Dispensationalism from 1900-1930.” About Time: A Mellon Seminar Workshop at Rice University, Houston, Texas. April, 2015.

“Recovering the Lucan Jesus in Luke 8:36.” Pacific Northwest Region of the American Academy of Religion, Society of Biblical Literature, & the American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting, New Testament and the World of Early Christianity Section, Portland, Oregon. April, 2015.

“Ministry in a Post-mega Church Age: Pentecostal Pastors and Vocation in Portland.” Wesleyan Theological Society Annual Meeting, Practical Theology Section, Mount Vernon, Ohio. March, 2015.

“Avoiding the Culture Wars: A Wesleyan Way to Move Beyond the Theological Binaries of the Fundamentalist-Modernist Controversy.” Wesleyan Theological Society Annual Meeting, Intercultural Studies Section. March, 2015.

“Salvation Before the Cross: Jesus the Exorcist in Luke 8:36.”  Wesleyan Theological Society Annual Meeting, Biblical Studies Section, Nampa, Idaho. March, 2014.

“‘A Glorious Symbol’ – Building a Female Worship Space.”  American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Space, Place, and Religious Meaning Group, Baltimore, Maryland. November, 2013.

 “‘By What Authority Are You Doing These Things?’ The Theory(ies) of Authority in American Pentecostal Historiography.”  American Academy of Religion, Annual Meeting, Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements Interest Group, Baltimore, Maryland.  November, 2013.

“The Mother in Israel: Maria Woodworth-Etter, Holiness, Pentecostalism, and Social Reform.” Wesleyan Theological Society with the Society for Pentecostal Studies, Joint Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington.  March, 2013.

“‘Pants Don’t Make Preachers’: Gender, the Body, and Sexual Ethics in Early Pentecostal Revivalism.” Wesleyan Theological Society with the Society for Pentecostal Studies, Joint, Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington.  March, 2013.

“The Mother in Israel: Maria Woodworth-Etter and Social Reform.”  American Society of Church History, Annual Meeting, New Orleans, Louisiana.  January, 2013.

“Gender and Pentecostalism: a History.”  Society for Pentecostal Studies, Annual Meeting, Virginia Beach, Virginia.  March, 2012.

“The Life and Times of Angelus Temple,” American Academy of Religion, Annual Meeting, Pentecostal and Charismatic Movements Interest Group, Montréal, Québec, Canada.  November, 2009.

“The Cult of True Evangelism: Marriage and Ministry in the Lives of Phoebe Palmer and Aimee Semple McPherson.” Society for Pentecostal Studies, Annual Meeting, Eugene, Oregon. March, 2009.

“‘Heal Me Oh Lord and I Will Be Healed’: Pentecostal Theology of the Body and Healing.” Wesleyan Theological Society with the Society for Pentecostal Studies, Joint Annual Meeting, Durham, North Carolina.  March, 2008.

“Time on Their Side: Using Philosophy of Time to Understand Distinctions Between Early American Pentecostals and Fundamentalists.” North American Association for the Study of Religion, Joint Session with American Academy of Religion, San Diego, California.  November, 2007.

“How the Gerasene Demoniac Got Saved: Translating and Reinterpreting Luke 8:36 as a Story of Salvation.” Southeastern Commission for the Study of Religion, Annual Meeting, New Testament Session III, Nashville, Tennessee.  March, 2007.

Panels and Responses:

“Global Pentecostalism Ritual, Prayer, and Practice: Re-Negotiating Political and Religious Identities in Haiti, Brazil, and Zambia.” Chair, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Pentecostal-Charismatic Movements Section, San Antonio, TX. November, 2016.

“The Future of Pentecostalism in Cascadia.” Panelist, Christ in Cascadia, Seattle, WA. October, 2016.

 “Author Meets Critics: Gender and Pentecostalism: Making a Female Ministry in the Early Twentieth Century by Leah Payne (2015).” Respondent, Society for Pentecostal Studies Annual Meeting, San Dimas, California. March, 2016.

“Women in Executive Leadership: Emerging Denominational and NonDenominational Opportunities and Challenges,” Panelist, Society for Pentecostal Studies Annual Meeting, San Dimas, California. March, 2016.

“Author Meets Critics’ Roundtable – Migrating Faith: Pentecostalism in the United States and Mexico in the Twentieth Century by Daniel Ramirez.” Chair, Society for Pentecostal Studies Annual Meeting, San Dimas, California. March, 2016.

“After Marie Griffith’s God’s Daughters: Narrating the Power of Submission in Contemporary Pentecostalism." Chair, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, Pentecostal-Charismatic Movements Section, Atlanta, Georgia. November, 2015.

“Pentecostal Beginnings: Azusa Street and/or Polynucleate Origins." Respondent, Society for Pentecostal Studies Annual Meeting, Lakeland, Florida. March, 2015.

“Revelation and Apocalyptic Literature." Chair, Society for Pentecostal Studies Annual Meeting, Lakeland, Florida. March, 2015.

“Pentecostalism and Postcolonality." Respondent, Society for Pentecostal Studies Annual Meeting, Lakeland, Florida. March, 2015.

“Historical Hermeneutics through the Eyes of Women.”  Respondent, Society for Pentecostal Studies Annual Meeting, Springfield, Missouri.  March, 2014.

“Finding a Delicate Balance in Graduate Studies: Transcultural Conversations.”  Co-Chair with Timothy Lim, American Academy of Religion Annual Meeting, San Francisco, California.  November, 2011.

“‘What Should Be Done with the Women?’  A Panel Discussion on the Study of Women in the Pentecostal Movement.”  Chair, Society for Pentecostal Studies, Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, Minnesota.  March, 2010.

“The Future of Diversity within Pentecostal Studies.” Panelist, Society for Pentecostal Studies, Annual Meeting, Eugene, Oregon.  March, 2009.

“Building Community, Engaging Institutions: Toward a New Model of Interfaith Criminal Justice Ministry and Theological Education.” Panelist, Interfaith Alliance, National Conference, Nashville, Tennessee.  March, 2007.

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