Curriculum Vitae John A. Corrigan March 23, 2016 General Information



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Original Creative Works
Scripts or Screenplays
Corrigan, J. A. (Writer). (1997). Martin Luther, John Calvin, and the Protestant Reformation [For cable TV]. EMG-Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A. (Writer). (1997). The Life of Martin Luther [For cable TV]. EMG-Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A. (Writer). (1995). Religion and the American Revolution [For cable TV]. EMG-Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A. (Writer). (1989). Religious Freedom in America. The Learning Channel.

Performances
Invited Performances
Corrigan, J. (interviewee). (recorded 2010). Religious Intolerance [radio interview]. WFSU-Tallahassee.
Corrigan, J. A. (Interviewee). (recorded 2010). Interviews. NPR, Los Angeles, Baltimore.
Corrigan, J. A. (on-screen narrator). (recorded 1997). Martin Luther, John Calvin, and the Protestant Reformation. Cable Television by EMG-Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A. (on-screen narrator and consultant). (recorded 1997). The First Thanksgiving. Cable Television by EMG-Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A. (on-screen narrator). (recorded 1997). The Life of Martin Luther. Cable Television by EMG-Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A. (on-screen narrator and consultant). (recorded 1997). Thomas Jefferson. Cable Television by EMG-Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A. (one-hour interview). (recorded 1995). African Americans and Religion. KTAR radio, Phoenix, AZ.
Corrigan, J. A. (on-screen narrator). (recorded 1995). Approximately 25 on-screen commentaries. Channels 3, 10, 12, 15; Arizona Television.
Corrigan, J. A. (on-screen narrator). (recorded 1995). Religion and the American Revolution. Cable Television by EMG-Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A. (on-screen narrator and consultant). (recorded 1995). The First Thanksgiving. Cable Television by EMG-Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A. (Presenter). (recorded 1989). Freedom of Religion in America [60 minute presentation and interview]. The Learning Channel (cable) and Public Television stations.

Digital Projects
Nonrefereed Digital Projects
Corrigan, J. A. (co-director). (2013, March). Digital Atlas of American Religion [website]. Retrieved from religionatlas.org

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Corrigan, J. A. (2014–2015). How do we study religion and emotion? Funded by AHPEG. Total award $8,440.
Corrigan, J. A. (2014–2014). How do we study religion and emotion? Funded by American Academy of Religion. Total award $2,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (Co-PI and Co-Director). (2011–2011). Spatial Narratives and Deep Maps: Explorations in Advanced Geo-spatial Technoligies and the Spatial Humanities. Funded by National Endowment for the Humanities. Total award $240,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (2010–2011). FSU Technology Grant. Funded by Florida State University. Total award $29,500.
Corrigan, J. A. (Co-PI and Co-Director). (2010–2010). New Tools for the Humanities: Visualizing Complex Spatial Data. Funded by National Endowment for the Humanities. Total award $225,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (2008–2009). Religion in the Atlantic World: Space, GIS, and Representation. Funded by Florida State University AHPEG Grant. Total award $39,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (Co-PI). (2007–2008). Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant. Funded by National Endowment for the Humanties. Total award $30,000.
Corrigan, John A (PI). (Jul 2005–Jun 2006). Religious Intolerance in America: A History of Hatred. Funded by National Endowment for the Hum. (FA-51543-05). Total award $40,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (2004–2004). COFRS Research Grant. Funded by Floirda State University. Total award $13,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (2000–2000). ECAI (UC-Berkeley) Grant. Funded by University of California, Berkeley. Total award $19,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (1999–1999). POLIS Research Grant. Funded by POLIS. Total award $6,000.
Corrigan, J. A., & Turley, B. (1999–1999). AAR Collaborative Research Grant. Funded by American Academy of Religion. Total award $3,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (1998–1999). Religion and Emotion. Funded by Arizona State University Faculty Grants in Aid. Total award $30,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (1993–1993). Religion in the Nineteenth Century. Funded by Faculty Grants-in-Aid, Arizona State University. Total award $6,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (1990–1991). Religion in America. Funded by American Philosophical Society. Total award $1,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (1985–1985). University of Virginia Summer Research Grant. Funded by University of Virginia. Total award $2,000.
Corrigan, J. A. (1984–1984). University of Virginia Summer Research Grant. Funded by University of Virginia. Total award $2,000.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Member, FSU Museum Committee (2011–present).
Member, University Promotion & Tenure Committee (2011–2012).
Member, University Promotion & Tenure Committee (2010–2011).
Member, COFRS proposal grader (2009–2010).
Member, University Promotion & Tenure Committee (2008–2009).
Member, COFRS proposal grader (2005–2006).
Member, COFRS proposal grader (2004–2005).

FSU College Service
Member, College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities Area Committee (2006–present).
Member, College of Arts & Sciences, Humanities Area Promotion & Tenure Committee (2006–present).
Member, College of Arts & Sciences, Promotion & Tenure Committee (2008–2009).
Member, College of Arts & Sciences, Promotion & Tenure Committee (2006–2007).
Member, College of Arts & Sciences, Promotion & Tenure Committee (2001–2002).

FSU Department Service
Chairman, Religion Department (2006–present).
Member, Faculty Search Committee (2002–2008).
Director, Graduate Studies, Religion Department (2002–2006).
Member, Graduate Committee, Department of Religion (2001–2006).
Chair, Religion Department Website Construction Committee (2002–2003).

The Profession
Editor for Refereed Journals
Church History: Studies in Christianity and Culture (2004–present).
Journal of Southern Religion (2000–present).

Series Editor for Books
Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion, OUP (2013–present).
The Spatial Humanities (2009–present).
Chicago History of American Religion (2004–present).

Editorial Board Membership(s)
Geographies of Religions and Belief Systems (2004–present).
Electronic Cultural Atlas Initiative (2000–present).
Encyclopedia of Religious Revivals in America (2004–2005).

Interviews
Frank Stasio. (2016). The Role of Emotion in Religion. North Carolina Public Radio [radio].
K. Oxx. (2015). Urban Trinity: The Story of Catholic Philadelphia. History Making Productions [television].
WFSU. (2010). Religious Intolerance. WFSU-Tallahassee [radio].
NPR. (2010). Religious Intolerance in America. National Public Radio [radio].
R. Furgt. (2000). Religion and Emotion. Hungarian National Radio [radio].

Service to Other Universities
Co-Director, Virtual Center for Humanities GIS (2006–present).
Chair, College of Arts and Sciences Standards Committee, Arizona State University (1999–2001).
Member, College of Arts and Sciences Personnel Committee, Arizona State University (1999–2001).
Member, School of Management, Personnel Audit Committee, Arizona State University (1999–2001).
Member, American Studies Department Reorganization Committee, Arizona State University (1999–2001).
Coordinator, Religious Studies Programs Coordination, Arizona State University (1999–2001).
Student Mentor, Arizona State University (1993–2001).
Member, Rhodes/Marshall Scholarships Committee, Arizona State University (1996–2000).
Member, Campus Promotion and Tenure Committee, Arizona State University (1996–1998).
Member, University Strategic Planning Committee, Arizona State University (1996–1998).
Member, PEW Roundtable, Arizona State University (1996–1997).
Member, School of Management/College of Arts and Sciences Joint Committee on Liberal Studies Curriculum, Arizona State University (1995–1996).
Chair, Long-Range Planning Committee, Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University (1995–1996).
Chair, Lecture Series Committee, Arizona State University (1994–1996).
Chair, Diversity Recruitment Committee, AMS, Arizona State University (1994–1996).
Chair, Department of American Studies, Arizona State University (1993–1996).
Member, Arts and Sciences Advisory Council, Arizona State University (1994–1995).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee, College of Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University (1993–1994).
Member, Long-Range Planning Committee, Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University (1993–1994).
Member, Certification Committee, Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University (1993–1994).
Member, Judging Committee, Pyne Prizes and Palo Verde, Arizona State University (1993–1994).
Representative, Academic Senate, Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University (1993–1994).
Majors Advisor, Department of American Studies, Arizona State University (1993–1994).
Member, Arizona Articulation Task Force, Arizona State University (1993–1994).
Faculty Advisor to Thunder Press, Arizona State University (1993–1994).
Member, Graduate Studies Committee, Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University (1992–1993).
Member, Undergraduate Studies Committee, Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University (1992–1993).
Member, Summer School Committee, Arizona State University (1992).
Member, Committee on Graduate Studies, Department of Religious Studies, University of Virginia (1989–1990).
Faculty Mentor to Minority Students, University of Virginia (1987–1988).
Member, University Seminars for First-Year Students, University of Virginia (1987–1988).
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Religious Studies, University of Virginia (1986–1988).
Member, Long-Range Planning Committee, Department of Religious Studies, University of Virginia (1984–1988).
Summer Chairman, Department of Religious Studies, University of Virginia (1987).
Member, Fulbright Selection Committee, University of Virginia (1986).
New Student Advisor, University of Virginia (1984–1986).

Consultation
Expert Witness. Rochester v. Northeast State Hospital, Jacksonville, FL (2011–present).
Expert Witness. F. F. Station LLC v. Chung, Yoko, et al, Orlando, FL (2006–2007).

Conferences organized
Corrigan, J. (2015). International conference: "How Do We Study Religion and Emotion?". National Humanities Center.

Peer reviewer
Corrigan, J. (1985–2018). Peer review of manuscripts.

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