Rhetoric, Religion and the Civil Rights Movement 1954-1965 (Studies in Rhetoric and Religion) (Studies in Rhetoric and Religion)

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Subjects:

  • Black studies,
  • Christian social thought & activity,
  • Civil rights & citizenship,
  • c 1945 to c 1960,
  • c 1960 to c 1970,
  • Religion - Church History,
  • Religion,
  • USA,
  • Christianity - History - Social Issues,
  • Minority Studies - General,
  • Religion & Spirituality,
  • Spirituality - General,
  • 20th century,
  • History,
  • Race relations,
  • Sources,
  • United States

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ContributionsDavis W. Houck (Editor), David E. Dixon (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages1002
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8811035M
ISBN 101932792546
ISBN 109781932792546

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Davis W. Houck is professor of communication at Florida State is coauthor of Emmett Till and the Mississippi Press, published by University Press of E. Dixon is associate professor of political science at Saint Joseph's College (Indiana).

Houck and Dixon coedited Rhetoric, Religion, and the Civil Rights Movement, Early life. Smith was born and raised in the all-black community of Mound Bayou, Mississippi.

He attended Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial State College (later Tennessee State University) from tobut graduated from Morehouse College in Atlanta in with a double major in music and religion.

He later received a Bachelor of Divinity degree (now known as a Master of Divinity Alma mater: Morehouse College, Howard University. Nearly half of the examples they ultimately selected for the two published volumes of “Rhetoric, Religion, and the Civil Rights Movement ” were sermons.

David E. Dixon is associate professor of political science at Saint Joseph's College (Indiana). With Davis W. Houck, he coedited Rhetoric, Religion, and the Civil Rights Movement, and Women and the Civil Rights Movement,the latter published by University Press of Mississippi.

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Dixon, Baylor University Press). He is the founding book series editor of Race, Rhetoric, and Media with the University Press of Mississippi. David E. Dixon is associate professor of political science at Saint Joseph's College (Indiana).

With Houck he coedited Rhetoric, Religion, and the Civil Rights Movement, More about David E. Dixon. Houck’s research interests include rhetorical theory and criticism, presidential rhetoric, the Black Freedom Movement, and historiography and archival research.

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