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Curriculum Vitae
John A. Corrigan
March 23, 2016

General Information
University address: Religion
College of Arts & Sciences
Dodd Hall M005
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1520

E-mail address: JCORRIGA@MAILER.FSU.EDU



Professional Preparation
1982 Doctor of Philosophy, University Of Chicago. Major: Religion.
1977 Master of Arts, Miami University. Major: Religion.
1972 Bachelor of Arts, University of Dayton. Major: English, History.

Professional Experience
2009–present Lucius Moody Bristol Distinguished Professor, Florida State University.
2001–present Edwin Scott Gaustad Professor of Religion and Professor of History, Religion, Florida State University.
2006–2012 Chair, Department of Religion, Florida State University.
2001–2006 Director, Institute for the Study of Emotion, Institute for the Study of Emotion, Florida State University.
1998–2001 Professor of American Studies and Religious Studies, Arizona State University (Phoenix and Tempe).
1992–1998 Associate Professor of American Studies and Religious Studies, Chiar, Department of American Studies, 1993-1996, ASU (Now ASU New College of Interdisciplinary Arts & Sciences).
1983–1990 Assistant Professor, Department of Religous Studies, University of Virginia (Charlottesville). Also, Affiliated Faculty, American Studies Program, 1986-1990.
1982–1983 Assistant Professor, Religion Department, Manhattanville College (Purchase, NY).

Visiting Professorship(s)
1999–2029 Honorary Member, SCR, Magdalen College, Oxford University.
1999–2029 Honorary Member, SCR, Magdalen College, Oxford University.
2015 Fulbright Distinguished Research Chair, Roosevelt Study Center, Middleburg, Netherlands.
2000 Visiting Scholar, American Academy in Rome (fall).
1999 Member, Institute for Historical Research, School of Advanced Studies, London.
1999 Visiting Fellow, School of Advanced Studies, University of London (winter/spring).
1999 Visiting Professor, Social Science Research Center, University College, Dublin, Ireland (spring/summer).
1999 Visiting Professor, Zentrum für USA-Studien, Martin-Luther-Universitἄt, Halle-Wittenberg, Germany (spring).
1998 Visiting Fellow, Magdalen College, Oxford University (fall).
1991–1992 Andrew W. Mellon Faculty Fellow in the Humanities, Committee on the Study of Religion, Harvard University.
1990–1991 Research Associate, American Antiquarian Society.
1988 Fellow, Center for Advanced Study, University of Virginia.

Fellowship(s)
Fulbright Distinguished Research Professor for the Netherlands (2014–2015).

National Humanities Center Fellowship (2014–2015).

National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship (2005–2006).

Andrew W. Mellon Faculty Fellow in the Humanities, Harvard University (1991–1992).

Research Associate, American Antiquarian Society (1990–1991).

Sesquicentennial Fellow, University of Virginia (1988).

National Endowment for the Humanities Travel Grant (1986).

National Endowment for the Humanities Travel Grant (1984).

Bicentennial Narrators Fellowship, University of Chicago (1981–1982).

Divinity School Fellow, University of Chicago (1980–1981).

Illinois Arts Council Grant (1980–1981).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Academy of Religion (co-chair, North American Religions Section, 2003-2006)

American Historical Association

American Society of Church History (Executive Committee, 2004-; Steering Committee, Spring Meeting, 1985; Mead Prize Jury, 2006-)

American Studies Association (Religion and American Culture Prize jury, 2011, 2004 [Chair])

Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture, Indianapolis, IN (National Advisory Group, 1988-1990; Co-director, Young Scholars in American Religion Postdoctoral Program, 2005-2007)

Organization of American Historians

The Historical Society

United Faculty of Florida



Teaching
Courses Taught
American Apocalypse (REL spr)

Religion, Space, and America (REL. fall)

Religion in the Colonial Americas (REL)

Seminar: Religious Thought (REL6498)

Special Topics in Religion (REL5937)

Religion and Emotion (REL)

Seminar: Religious Movements and Institutions (REL6596)

Religious Thought in America (REL5486)

Catholicism in the Americas (REL)

Religion in the United States (REL2121)

Theory and Method in the Study of Religion (REL)

Seminar: Introduction to the Study of Religion (REL5035)

Historiography of American Religion (REL)

Religion and Empire (REL)

The Christian Tradition (REL3505)

History of Christianity from 1350 to 1970 (REL)

History of Christianity to 1350 (REL)

Religion and Region in the United States (REL)

Religion in America to 1865 (REL)

Religious Intolerance in America (REL)

Religion in America Since 1865 (REL)

Religion in America (REL)

Historical Methods (REL)

Popular Religion in America (REL)

Protestantism in America (REL)

Religion and American Government (REL)

Religion and Psychology (REL)

Western Religious Traditions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam (REL)

Religion in the South (REL)

The Enlightenment in America (REL)

The Enlightenment in America (REL)

Utopian and Communitarian Religious Movements (REL)

Inventing Religion (REL)

Myth, Symbol, Ritual (REL)

Antebellum American Religion (REL)

Christian Missions in the New World (REL)

The Nineteenth Century (REL)

American Colonial History (REL)

Revivalism in America (REL)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Blythe, C., graduate. (2014).

Clark, E. S., graduate. (2014).

Olson, J. W., graduate. (2014).

Ware, A. M., graduate. (2014).

Hladky, K. M., graduate. (2011).

Price, B. E., graduate. (2011).

Gueno, M. P., graduate. (2010).

Neal, T., graduate. (2009).

Baker, K. J., graduate. (2008).

Williams, H. L., graduate. (2007).

Pasquier, M. T., graduate. (2007).

Hutchinson, D., graduate. (2006).

Remillard, A., graduate. (2006).

Horton, S. D., doctoral candidate.

Ensminger, S., doctoral candidate.

Brasich, A., doctoral candidate.

Fleer, J., doctoral candidate.

McCrary, C., doctoral candidate.

McKee, A., doctoral candidate.

Park, A., doctoral candidate.

Wells, D., doctoral candidate.

Doctoral Committee Member
Graziano, M., graduate. (2016).

Heise, T. R., graduate. (2015).

Stoddard, B., graduate. (2015).

Burnidge, C., graduate. (2014).

Gray, L. D., graduate. (2014).

Brock, L. E., graduate. (2013).

Polk, A., graduate. (2013).

Britt-Mills, R. A., graduate. (2012).

Reed, M. C., graduate. (2012).

Sherrard, B. E., graduate. (2011).

Williams, J., graduate. (2010).

Brenneman, T. M., graduate. (2009).

Ross, M., doctoral candidate.

Tareen, S. A., doctoral candidate.

Mills, G., doctoral candidate.

Dillard, D. C., doctoral student.

Roeber, D., doctoral student.

Leverage, M., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Fay, A., graduate. (2014).

Hockin, S., graduate. (2014).

Newberry. J., graduate. (2013).

Ribiero, J., graduate. (2013).

Finch, S. E., graduate. (2011).

Wilson, H. J., graduate. (2011).

Hand, M. M., graduate. (2009).

Crotty, M. G., doctoral candidate.

Price, J. A., doctoral student.

Hope, W., doctoral student.



Master's Committee Chair
Coston, M., graduate. (2015).

Hicks, J., graduate. (2015).

Crow, J., graduate. (2014).

Wheatley, J., graduate. (2014).

Brasich, A., graduate. (2013).

McCrary, C., graduate. (2013).

Pittenger, F. H., graduate. (2010).

Carr, J., graduate. (2007).

Horton, S., graduate. (2007).

Brenneman, T., graduate. (2005).

Tracy, E., graduate. (2005).

Gueno, M., graduate. (2004).

Baker, K., graduate. (2003).

Pasquier, M., graduate. (2003).

Williams, H., graduate. (2003).

Grossman, R., student.



Master's Committee Member
Johnson, Z., graduate. (2013).

Tarnowski, R., graduate. (2013).

Graziano, M., graduate. (2011).

Eller, M. K., graduate. (2009).

Burnidge, C. L., graduate. (2009).

Ensminger, S. L., graduate. (2007).



Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Corrigan, J. (2016). Forum. Remarks on Emptiness: Feeling Christian in America. Church History, 423-29.
Corrigan, J. A. (2010). Forum: American Religion and Scholarly Publishing. Religion and American Culture, 20, 2-10.
Corrigan, J. A. (2006). Forum: Electronic Media and the Study of American Religion. Religion and American Culture: A Journal of Interpretation, 16:1, 2-7.

Refereed Journal Articles
Corrigan, J. A. (2014). "Space, Modernity, and Emptiness". Church History, 83, 163-74.
Corrigan, J., Bodenhamer, D., & Harris, T. (2013). "Deep Mapping and the Spatial Humanities". International Journal of Humanities and Arts Computing, 7, 170-5.
Corrigan, J. A. (2011). From Unity to Locality. CHURCH HISTORY, 80, 363-66.
Corrigan, J. A. (2010). Forum: American Religion and Scholarly Publishing. Religion and American Culture, 20, 2-10.
Corrigan, J. A. (2006). Forum: Electronic Media and the Study of American Religion. Religion and American Culture, 16, 2-7.
Corrigan, J. A. (1993). Habits from the Heart. Journal of Religion, 38, 235-47.
Corrigan, J. A. (1991). Catholick Congregational Clergy and Public Piety. Church History, 60, 210-222.
Corrigan, J. A. (1981). Melodrama in the NATIONAL ENQUIRER. American Life and Culture: The South Dakota Review, 19, 27-36.

Refereed Books
Corrigan, J., & Piehler, K. (contract). Outside the Foxhole: Religion and World War Two. Manuscript under contract for publication, Fordham UP.
Corrigan, J. (contract). Oxford Encyclopedia of American Religion. Manuscript under contract for publication, OUP.
Corrigan, J. A. (contract). Religion and Space in the Atlantic World. Manuscript under contract for publication, Columbia: University of South Carolina Press.
Corrigan, J., Grem, D., & Porterfield, A. (contract). The Business Turn in American Religious History. Manuscript under contract for publication, OUP.
Bodenhamer, D., Corrigan, J., & Harris, T. (2015). Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives. Indiana University Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2015). Emptiness: Feeling Christian in America. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2010). Jews, Christians, Muslims, co-author, (Second edition). Pearson.
Corrigan, J. A. (2010). Religious intolerance in America: A documentary history. University of North Carolina Press.
Corrigan, J. A., Bodenhamer, D., & Harris, T. (2010). The spatial humanities: GIS and the future of humanities scholarship, co-ed. & contributor. Indiana University Press.
Corrigan, J. A., & Hudson, W. (2010). Religion in America: an historical account of the development of American religious life (Eighth edition). Pearson.
Corrigan, J. A., & Neal, L. (2010). Religious Intolerance in America. University of North Carolina Press.
Corrigan, J. A., & Porterfield, A. (2010). Religion in American History. Blackwell/Wiley.
Corrigan, J. A. (2008). The Oxford handbook of religion and emotion, ed. & contributor. Oxford University Press.
Corrigan, J. A., & Leavelle, T. (2005). French and Spanish missions in colonial America. California Digital Library/University of California-Berkeley.
Corrigan, J. A. (2004). Religion and emotion: approaches and interpretations, ed. Oxford University Press.
Corrigan, J. A., & Hudson, W. (2003). Religion in America: an historical account of the development of American religious life (Seventh edition). Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A. (2002). Business of the heart: religion and emotion in the nineteenth-century. University of California Press.
Corrigan, J. A., Kloos, J. M., & Crump, E. (2000). Emotion and religion: a critical appraisal and annotated bibliography. Greenwood Publishing.
Corrigan, J. A., Eire, C. M. N., Denny, F. M., & Jaffee, M. S. (1998). Readings in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam: Introductory Reader in Monotheistic Religions. Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A., & Hudson, W. (1998). Religion in America: an historical account of the development of American religious life (Sixth Edition). Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A., Eire, C. M. N., Denny, F. M., & Jaffee, M. S. (1998). Jews, Christians, Muslims: A comparative Introduction to Monotheistic Religions. Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A., & Hudson, W. (1992). Religion in America: an historical account of the development of American religious life (5th ed.). Prentice Hall.
Corrigan, J. A. (1991). The Prism of Piety: Catholick Congregational Clergy at the Beginning of the Enlightenment. Oxford University Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (1987). The Hidden Balance: Religion and the Social Theories of Charles Chauncy and Jonathan Mayhew. Cambridge University Press.

Refereed Book Chapters
Corrigan, J. (submitted). "Empty Pews": Space and the Evangelical Initiative in Postwar Europe. Manuscript submitted for publication, 25 pages.
Corrigan, J. (in press). Emotion in American Religion. In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion (25 pages). New York: Oxford University Press.
Corrigan, J. (in press). Emotion in the Academic Study of Religion. In Oxford Handbook of the Study of Religion (15 pages). New York: Oxford University Press.
Corrigan, J. (in press). Why Space Matters: Religion and the Atlantic World. In J. Corrigan (Ed.), Religion, Space, and the Atlantic (22 pages). Columbia: University of South Carolina Press.
Bodenhamer, D., Corrigan, J. A., & Harris, T. (2015). "Engaging Deep Maps". In D. Bodenhamer, J. Corrigan, T. Harris (Ed.), Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives (pp. 223-34). Bloomington:Indiana University Press.
Bodenhamer, D., Corrigan, J., & Harris, T. (2015). Introduction: Deep Maps and the Spatial Humanities. In D. Bodenhamer, J. Corrigan, T. Harris (Ed.), Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives (pp. 1-5). Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2015). "Genealogies of Emplacement". In D. Bodenhamer, J. Corrigan, T. Harris (Ed.), Deep Maps and Spatial Narratives (pp. 54-71). Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2014). "Religion and Emotions". In P. Stearns and S. Matt (Ed.), Doing Emotions History (pp. 140-59). Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2012). New Israel, New Amalek: Biblical Exhortations to Religious Violence. In Jonathan Ebel, & John Carlson (Eds.), From Jeremiah to Jihad (pp. 111-127). Berkeley: University of California Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2012). Religious Diversity in the 1790s. In Stephen Stein (Ed.), Cambridge History of Religions in America. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2011). Amalek and the Rhetoric of Extermination. In Chris Beneke, & Chris Grenda (Eds.), The First Prejudice: Religious Tolerance and Religious Intolerance in the Making of America (pp. 53-72). University of Pennsylvania Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2010). Religion and Emotion. In Religion Compass 5 (pp. 453-461). Religion Compass.
Corrigan, J. A., Bodenhamer, D., & Harris, T. (2010). Introduction. In David Bodenhamer, John Corrigan, & Trevor Harris (Eds.), The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship (pp. vii-xv). Indiana University Press.
Corrigan, J. A., & Porterfield, A. (2010). Alligators in Paradise, Palm Trees in Hell. In The Introduction of Religion in American History (pp. 1-8). Wiley-Blackwell.
Corrigan, J. A., & Porterfield, A. (2010). Cosmology, 1492-1692. In Religion in American History (pp. 29-48). Wiley-Blackwell.
Corrigan, J. A., Bodenhamer, D., & Harris, T. (2010). Challenges for the Spatial Humanities: Toward a Research Agenda. In J. A. Corrigan, David Bodenhamer, & Trevor Harris (Eds.), The Spatial Humanities: GIS and the Future of Humanities Scholarship (pp. 167-176). Indiana University Press.
Corrigan, J. A., Bodenhamer, D., & Harris, T. (2010). Qualitative GIS and Emergent Semantics. In Corrigan, J.A. (Ed.), The Spatial Humanities (pp. 76-88). Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2008). Religion and the Study of Emotion. In Willem Lemmens, & Walter Van Herck (Eds.), Religious Emotions: Some Philosophical Explorations (pp. 34-47). Newcastle, UK: Cambridge Scholars Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2008). Spatiality and Religion. In Barney Warf, & Sante Arias (Eds.), The Spatial Turn: Interdisciplinary Perspectives (pp. 157-172). London and New York: Routledge.
Corrigan, J. A. (2007). Christianity, Capitalism, and the Modern Development of Emotions. In Amanda Porterfield (Ed.), The People's History of Christianity (pp. 89-112). Augsburg Fortress.
Corrigan, J. A. (2007). Saints and Pilgrims on Land and Water: French and Spanish Missionizing Strategies in Colonial America. In Margaret Cormack (Ed.), Saints and Pilgrims around the Atlantic (pp. 1-15). Columbia: University of South Carolina Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2007). The Study of Religion and the Study of Emotion. In John Corrigan (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Emotion (pp. 3-13). New York: Oxford University Press.

Refereed Encyclopedia Entries
Corrigan, J. A. (2010). Emotion in American Religious History. In P. Williams and C. Lippy (Ed.), Encyclopedia of American Religion (p. 687-693). CQ Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2010). Religious Prejudice. In P. Williams and C. Lippy (Ed.), Encyclopedia of American Religion (p. 1851-1857). CQ Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2010). Violence and Terror. In P. Williams and C. Lippy (Ed.), Encyclopedia of American Religion (p. 2245-2254). CQ Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2007). Men and Masculinity in Revivals. In M. McClymond (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Religious Revivals in America (p. 269-72). Greenwood, CT: Greenwood.
Corrigan, J. A. (2007). Religious Hatred. In J. Corrigan (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Religion and Emotion (p. 333-345). New York: Oxford University Press.
Corrigan, J. A. (2006). Protestantism in the United States of America to the Present Day. In A. E. McGrath and D. C. Mrks (Ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Protestantism (1st ed., p. 165-80). Oxford:Blackwell.
Corrigan, J. A. (2002). Emotion. In G. Laderman and L. Leon (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Religion and American Cultures (1st ed., Vol. 1, p. 323-25). New York: ABC-CLIO.
Corrigan, J. A. (1988). The Enlightenment. In P. Williams and C. Lippy (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the American Religious Experience (1st ed., Vol. 2, p. 1089-1102). New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.

Invited Reviews
Corrigan, J. A. (2012). Ole Riis and Linda Woodhead, A Sociology of Religious Emotion. Sociology of Religion.
Corrigan, J. A. (2011). Michael Lienisch, In the Beginning: Fundamentalism, the Scopes Trial, and the Antievolution Movement. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (2010). Martha Tomhave Blauvelt, The Work of the Heart. American Historical Review.
Corrigan, J. A. (2009). Perez Zagorin, How the Idea of Religious Toleration Came to the West. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (2008). Mark Noll, American's God. Journal of American History.
Corrigan, J. A. (2007). Kerry Walters, Benjamin Franklin and His Gods. Journal of American History.
Corrigan, J. A. (2006). Rick Kennedy, Aristotelian and Cartesian Logic at Harvard. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (2005). Ingvild Saelid Gilhus, Laughing gods, weeping virgins. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (2004). Michael Lienesch, Redeeming America: Piety and Politics in the New Christian Right. Cañon.
Corrigan, J. A. (2003). Kerry S. Walters, The American Deists: Voices of Reason and Dissent in the Early Republic. Journal of Religion.
Corrigan, J. A. (2002). John Kloos, A Sense of Deity: The Republican Spirituality of Dr. Benjamin Rush. Journal of the American Academy of Religion.
Corrigan, J. A. (2001). Amanda Porterfield, Female Piety in Puritan New England. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (2000). Stephen Foster, The Long Argument: English Puritanism and the Shaping of New England Culture, 1570-1700. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (1999). Mary K. Cayton, Emerson's Emergence: Self and Society in the Transformation of New England 1800-1845. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (1998). John Gascoigne, Cambridge in the Age of the Enlightenment. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (1997). David D. Hall, Worlds of Wonder, Days of Judgment: Popular Religious Belief in Early New England. Christian Century.
Corrigan, J. A. (1996). Edwin S. Gaustad, Faith of Our Fathers: Religion and the New Nation. Journal of Religion.
Corrigan, J. A. (1995). Patricia U. Bonomi, Under the Cope of Heaven: Religion, Society and Politics in Colonial America. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (1994). Charles B. Sanford, The Religious Life of Thoams Jefferson. Journal of Church and State.
Corrigan, J. A. (1993). James Turner, Without God, Without Creed: The origins of Unbelief in America. Journal of Religion.
Corrigan, J. A. (1992). Harry S. Stout, The New England Soul: Preaching and Religious Culture in Colonial New England. hristian Century.
Corrigan, J. A. (1991). M. Susan Power, Before the Convention: Religion and the Founders. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (1990). Bill J. Leonard, Early American Christianity. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (1989). Charles W. Akers, The Divine Politician: Samuel Cooper and the American Revolution in Boston. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (1988). Robert J. Wilson III, The Benevolent Deity: Ebenezer Gay and the Rise of Rational Religion in New England, 1696-1787. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (1987). David C. Skaggs, The Poetic Writings of Thomas Craddock, 1718-1770. Church History.
Corrigan, J. A. (1986). Charles H. Lippy, Seasonable Revolutionary: The Mind of Charles Chauncy. Church History.

Nonrefereed Journal Articles
Corrigan, J. A. (2011). Meaninglessness. Freq.uenci.es: A collaborative genealogy of spirituality, no pagination. Retrieved from http://freq.uenci.es/2011/11/14/meaninglessness/.

Nonrefereed Proceedings
Corrigan, J. A. (2013). The Spatial Humanities and American Religion. In P. Goff and R. Vasko (Ed.), Proceedings: Second Biennial Conference on Religion and American Culture. Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture. Retrieved from http://raac.iupui.edu/files/3013/7606/9381/Proceedings2013.pdf
Corrigan, J. A. (2009). Competing and Complimentary Approaches in American Religious History. In P. Goff and R. Vasko (Ed.), Proceeding: First Biennial Conference on Religion and American Culture (pp. 12-14). Center for the Study of Religion and American Culture.
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