* Introduction: Pentecostals, Prominence, and Politics Edward L. Cleary. * Pentecostals, Politics, and Public Space in Latin America Michael Dodson. * Pentecostalism and Women in Brazil Ceclia Loreto Mariz and Mara das Dores Campos Machado. * Private Power or Public Power: Pentecostalism, Base Communities, and Gender Carol Ann Drogus. * Interchurch Relations: Exclusion, Ecumenism, and the Poor Guillermo Cook. * Chilean Pentecostalism: Coming of Age E. L. Cleary and Juan Seplveda. * Pentecostals, Conversions, and Politics in Brazil Rowan Ireland. * Guatemalan Pentecostals: Something of Their Own Everett Wilson. * Brincando el Charco/Jumping the Puddle: A Case Study of Pentecostalisms Journey from Puerto Rico to New York to Allentown, Pennsylvania Anna Adams. * The Sound of Tambourines: The Politics of Pentecostal Growth in El Salvador Philip J. Williams. * Pentecostals and Evangelicals in Venezuela: Consolidating Past Gains, Moving in New Directions Bryan Froehle. * Latin American Pentecostals: Old Stereotypes and New Challenges Hannah W. Stewart-Gambino and E. Wilson.
Edward L. Cleary is professor of Latin American studies at Providence College. Hannah W. Stewart-Gambino is associate professor of government at Lehigh University. Edward L. Cleary is professor of Latin American studies at Providence College. Hannah W. Stewart-Gambino is associate professor of government at Lehigh University.