A book review is presented for King's Vibrato: Modernism, Blackness, and the Sonic Life of Martin Luther King, Jr., authored by Maurice O. Wallace, by Joshua Lawrence Lazard.

Author Biography

Joshua Lawrence Lazard is a PhD Student in Practical Theology at Boston University. Joshua's research interests are interdisciplinary arising from homiletics inquiring how preaching in African American churches work. He intends to use critical correlational methods to bring African American homiletics into conversation with pragmatism, decoloniality and postmodernity.

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