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Curriculum Vitae
Michael A. Uzendoski
March 05, 2015

General Information
University address: Modern Languages and Linguistics
College of Arts and Sciences
Diffenbaugh Building 0362
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1540

E-mail address: muzendoski@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
2000 Ph.D., University of Virginia. Major: Anthropology.
1995 MA, University of Virginia. Major: Anthropology.
1990 BA, University of Chicago. Major: Fundamentals: Issues and Texts.

Professional Experience
2014–present Profesor Titular, Antropología, Historia, y Humanidades, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO ECUADOR). Profesor Investigador.
2013–present Professor, Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University.
2008–present Associate Professor, Modern Languages and Linguistics, Florida State University.
2006–2008 Associate Professor, Anthropology, Florida State University.
2000–2006 Assistant Professor, Anthropology, Florida State University.

Language Proficiency
English - native in speaking, reading, and writing.

Kichwa (Quichua) - fluent in speaking, reading, and writing.

Spanish - fluent in speaking, reading, and writing.

Visiting Professorship(s)
2002 Facultad Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) of Ecuador.
2000 Casa Bartolemé de las Casas/ Escuela Andina de Postgrado. Cuzco, Peru.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
William R. Jones Outstanding Mentor Award, The Florida Education Fund (FEF) (2013).

Fellowship(s)
Indigenous Amazonian Literature: Translating and Theorizing of the Work of Carlos Alvarado Narváez, (COFRS), Florida State University Council of Research and Creativity (2012).

Researching Napo Quichua Culture and Language, Summer Research Grant (COFRS), Florida State University, Council for Research and Creativity (COFRS) (2004).

Fulbright Scholar Award. Lecture and Research Award to Ecuador. Also sponsored by the Facultad Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO) of Ecuador (2002).

First Year Assistant Professor Award, Florida State University, Council for Research and Creativity (2001).

University of Virginia Dissertation Year Fellowship (1998–1999).

Fieldwork Grant. Pew Charitable Trusts (Overseas Studies Ministries Center Research Enablement Program) (1996–1997).

Fulbright-Hays Study Grant to Ecuador (1994–1995).

University of Virginia Pre-Dissertation Fieldwork Grant (1993).

Foreign Language Areas Studies Fellowship. Quichua. University of Wisconsin-Madison Intentsive Quichua Institute (1992).

University of Virginia Graduate School of Arts and Sciences Dupont Fellowship (1991).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Anthropological Association

Ecuadorian Studies Association (Section of the Latin American Studies Association)

Society for Economic Anthropology

Society for Humanistic Anthropology

Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America

Teaching
Courses Taught
ANTHROPOLOGICAL LINGUISTICS (TSL5930)

Ethnopoetics (LIN4664)

Ethnopoetics (LIN5932)

Honors Work (SPN4935)

Latin American Indigenous Mythology (SPW4510)

Tutorial in Kechwa (FOL4901)

Cultures of Latin America (SPN3520)

Kichwa Lang & Culture (FOL5934)

Kichwa Lang & Culture (FOL3930)

Internship in Applied Spanish (Ecuador) (SPN4942)

Peoples and Cultures of Amazonia (Ecuador) (ANT4337)

Regional Cultural Studies (SPN4540)

Regional Cultural Studies (Ecuador) (SPN4540)

Spanish Reading and Conversation (SPN3400)

Kichwa Language and Culture (FOL5934)

Problems and Studies in Modern Languages and Literature (FOL5934)

Latin American Mythology (SPW 4190)

Special Topics in Hispanic Languages and Literature (SPW4190)

Conquest of the Americas (ANG5309)

Conquest of the Americas (Ecuador) (ANT4309)

Field Methods in Cultural Anthropology (ANG5801)

Topics in Linguistics: Ethnopoetics (LIN4930)

Topics in Linguistics: Ethnopoetics (LIN5932)

Crosscultural Communication for Foreign/Second Language Teachers (TSL5525)

Special Topics in Anthropology (ANT4930)

Core Seminar in Cultural Anthropology (ANG5493)

Seminar in Social Anthropology (ANG5491)

Economic Anthropology (ANG5269)

Internship in Museum Studies (ANG5942)

Symbol and Ritual (ANT4242)

The Anthropology of Globalization (ANT2470)

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology (ANT2410)

Symbol and Ritual (ANG5242)

History of Anthropology (ANT4034)

Economic and Ecological Approaches in Anthropology (ANT4269)

Peoples and Cultures of Amazonia (ANG5337)



New Course Development
Kichwa Language and Culture (2013)

Latin American Mythology (2012)

Cultures of Latin America (2011)

Ethnopoetics (2011)

Core Seminar in Cultural Anthropology (2007)

Economic Anthropology (2006)

The Anthropology of Globalization (2006)

Conquest of the Americas (2001)

Peoples and Cultures of Amazonia (2001)

Symbol and Ritual (2001)



Curriculum Development
Development of Amazonian Studies Certificate Program, Assistant Director (2013)

Amazonian Culture and Community Partnership (FSU International Program in Napo, Ecuador) (2013)

Amazonian Culture and Community Partnership (FSU International Program in Napo, Ecuador) (2012)

Amazonian Culture and Field Research (FSU International Program in Napo, Ecuador) (2009)

Amazonian Culture and Field Research (FSU International Program in Napo, Ecuador) (2008)

Amazonian Culture and Field Research (FSU International Program in Napo, Ecuador) (2007)



Doctoral Committee Chair
Pereira, E., graduate. (2013). HAITIAN IMMIGRANTS AND THEIR DESCENDANTS' (HIDS) CULTURAL IDENTITY EXPRESSIONS AND THE CHALLENGES THEY FACED IN THE DIASPORA WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON CUBA AND THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC (DR). [Interdisciplinary Humanities Program]

Wang, Y., graduate. (2013). Towards a Poetics of Meta-Activities: With a Case Study of the Effigy-like Women Characters in the War Related Films (Interdisciplinary Humanities). [Interdisciplinary Humanities Program]

Litka, S. J., graduate. (2012). Indigenous Voices and Global Tourism: The Political Economy of Language Use.

Rill, B. R., graduate. (2011). Spiritual Power and Healing in Japanese Shugendo.



Doctoral Committee Member
Huard, E. L., graduate. (2014). Tasting Feeling: Food, Emotion, and Identity in Hispanic Culture.

Kourtova, P. S., graduate. (2012). Slavi Trifonov and the Commodification of Nationalism: Popular Culture, Popular Music, and the Politics of Identity in Postsocialist Bulgaria, 1990- 2005.

Wissler, H., graduate. (2009). From Grief and Joy We Sing: Social and Cosmic Regenerative Processes in the Songs of Q'eros, Peru" (Ethnomusicology).

Metzger, N., graduate. (2008). Life in the Banyan Branches: African Americans and Orisa Tradition in Philadelphia (Anthropology).

Hardy, M., graduate. (2007). Saladoid Economy and Complexity on the Arawakan Frontier (Anthropology).

Kistler, A., graduate. (2007). The House in the Market: Kinship, Status, and Memory among Q'eqchi' Market Women in San Juan Chamelco, Guatemala (Anthropology).

Spike, T., graduate. (2006). To Make Graver This Sin: Conceptions of Purity and Pollution Among the Timucua of Spanish Florida (History).

Reinhardt, S. L., doctoral candidate.

Yunga, Marco (University of Lethbridge), doctoral student. Reinventing Rituals and the Role of Music in the Process of Affirming Identity among the Amazonian Kichwa from Napo Ecuador.

Doctoral Committee University Representative
Odria, C. A., graduate. (2014).

Njie, H., graduate. (2013).

Bell, D. K., graduate. (2013). (Religion).

Lara, F. D., graduate. (2011). La Bomba es Vida" ("La Bomba is Life"): The Coloniality of Power, La Bomba, and Afrochoteño Identity in Ecuador's Chota-Mira Valley (Ethnomusicology).

Kafumbe, D., graduate. (2011). The Kawuugulu Royal Drums: Musical Regalia, History, and Social Organization among the Baganda People of Uganda (Ethnomusicology).

Rivas-Jiménez, C., graduate. (2008). Defense of Craft: Guadalajara's Artisans in the Era of Economic Liberalism, 1842-1907 (History).

Galeano, R., graduate. (2006). Development of Bilingual Communicative Competence through Play: A Case Study (Dept of Middle and Secondary Education.

Kim, S., graduate. (2006). Juxtaposition of Semiotic Mediation with Social Mediation: The Effect of Text Types and Social Interaction on Moral Judgment (Educational Psychology and Learning Systems).

Rupp, W., graduate. (2006). Shape of the Beast: The Theriomorphic and Therianthropic Deities and Demons of Ancient Italy (Classics).

Alshammari, M., doctoral candidate.

Best, K. E., doctoral candidate.

Grandage, J. H., doctoral candidate.

Strothers, S. R., doctoral candidate.

Paudler, H. J., doctoral candidate. DANZA BUGABITA: THE HISTORY AND PERFORMANCE OF LOS MOROS Y CRISTIANOS FROM SPAIN TO THE MUNICIPALITY OF BUGABA, PANAMA.



Master's Committee Chair
Rieger, I., graduate. (2007). Performance and Theatricality Among the Highland Maya of Chiapas, Mexico.

Master's Committee Member
Black, S., graduate. (2008). Chant and Be Happy: Music, Beauty, and Celebration in a Utah Hare Krishna Community Degree (Ethnomusicology).

Schwartz, M., graduate. (2008). X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis of Ceramics from Santa Rita B, Northern Peru.

Deweese, B., graduate. (2007). Oral Traditions and the Archaeological Record of a Wabanaki Maritime Society.

Hepp, G., graduate. (2007). Formative Period Ceramic Figurines from the Lower Rio Verde Valley, Coastal Oaxaca, Mexico.

Seinfeld, D., graduate. (2007). Molecular Archaeological Investigations of Olmec Feasting in Ceramics from San Andrés , Tabasco, Mexico.

Shash, R., graduate. (2007). The Rickards Redskins Resolution: A Study of Conflict and Compromise.

Weidlich, S., graduate. (2007). Narratives in the Editing Bay: The Making of and the Rivers Flow: Hunting and Treaty Rights in a First Nations Community.

Bright, C., graduate. (2006). Cakalak Thunder: The Meaning of Anarchy, Value, and Community in the Music of Greensboro's Protest Drum Corps.

Kourtova, P., graduate. (2006). Lifted Up By The Power of the Saints: Prihvanati, Music, and Embodied Experience in the Firewalking Rituals of Two Bulgarian Nestinari.

Spenard, J., graduate. (2006). The Gift in the Cave for the Gift of the World: An Economic Approach to Ancient Maya Cave Ritual in the San Francisco Hill-Caves, Cancun Region, Guatemala.

Wallace, J., graduate. (2006). Indigenous Ceramics from Feature 118 at the O'connell Site (8le157): A Late Spanish Mission Site in Apalachee Province, Leon County, Florida.

Belle, N. I., graduate. (2004).



Bachelor's Committee Chair
Meyer, D., graduate. (2012). Making Development Discourse Work in Latin American Indigenous Communities (Spanish/International Affairs).

Wood, S., student. Fair Trade Guayusa Tea (Ilex guayusa) and Sustainable Development among Indigenous Peoples of Amazonian Ecuador.



Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Corr, R., Wibbelsman, M., & Uzendoski, M. A. (2012). A Tribute to Sibby Whitten. Tipití: Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America, 9(1), 1-4.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2004). Making Amazonia: Shape-Shifters, Giants, and Alternative Modernities. Latin American Research Review, 4(1), 223-236.

Refereed Journal Articles
Uzendoski, M. A. (submitted). Jumandy, parentesco e historicidad: las visiones de poder entre los Napo Runa en la Amazonía ecuatoriana. Manuscript submitted for publication, 37 pages.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2014). Analogic Alterity: The Dialogics of Life of Amazonian Kichwa Mythology in Comparison with Tupi Guaraní (Mbyá) Creation Stories. Tipití: The Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America, 12(1), 28-47. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.trinity.edu/tipiti/vol12/iss1/3
Uzendoski, M. A. (2014). Textuality, Kinship, and the Amazonian Theories of Being in the World: An Analysis of Motherhood and Yachay in Two Napo Runa Songs. Hispanic Issues On Line, 16, 125–42. Retrieved from http://hispanicissues.umn.edu/assets/doc/06Uzendoski.pdf
Uzendoski, M. A., & Whitten, N. E., Jr. (2014). Introduction: From "Acculturated Indians" to "Dynamic Amazonian Kichwa-Speaking Peoples. Tipití: The Journal of the Society for Lowland South America, 12(1), 1-13. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.trinity.edu/tipiti/vol12/iss1/1
Uzendoski, M. A. (2012). Beyond orality: Textuality, territoriality, and ontology among Amazonian people. HAU: The Journal of Ethnographic Theory, 2(1), 55-80. Retrieved from http://www.haujournal.org/index.php/hau/article/view/20
Uzendoski, M. A. (2008). Somatic Poetry in Amazonian Ecuador. Anthropology and Humanism, 33(1/2), 12-29. Retrieved from ary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1548-1409.2008.00002.x/abstract
Uzendoski, M. A. (2006). El regreso de Jumandy: historicidad, parentesco, y lenguaje en Napo. ICONOS, 26, 161-172.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2005). The Primordial Flood of Izhu: An Amazonian Quichua Myth-Narrative. Latin American Indian Literatures Journal, 21(1), 1-20.
Uzendoski, M. A., Hertica, M., & Calapucha, E. F. (2005). The Phenomenology of Perspectivism: Aesthetics, Sound, and Power, in Napo Runa Women's Songs of Upper Amazonia. Current Anthropology, 46(4), 656-662.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2004). Manioc Beer and Meat: Value, Reproduction, and Cosmic Substance among the Napo Runa of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 10(4), 883-902.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2004). The Horizontal Archipelago: The Quijos Upper Napo Regional System. Ethnohistory, 51(2), 318-357.
Uzendoski, M. A. (1999). Twins and Becoming Jaguars: Verse Analysis of a Napo Quichua Myth Narrative. Anthropological Linguistics, 41(4), 431-461.

Refereed Books
Uzendoski, M. A., & Calapucha-Tapuy, E. F. (2012). The Ecology of the Spoken Word: Storytelling and Shamanism among the Napo Runa. University of Illinois Press. Retrieved from http://www.spokenwordecology.com
Uzendoski, M. A. (2010). Los Napo Runa de la Amazonia Ecuatoriana. Quito: Abya-Yala.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2005). The Napo Runa of Amazonian Ecuador. University of Illinois Press. Retrieved from http://www.press.uillinois.edu/books/catalog/42pgw2re9780252030079.html

Refereed Book Chapters
Uzendoski, M. (submitted). Cannibal Conquerors and Ancestors: The Materiality of Struggle and Voice in the Work and Thought of Mishki Chullumbu (Carlos Alvarado Narváez) from Amazonian Ecuador. Manuscript submitted for publication, 31 pages.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2010). Fractal Subjectivities: An Amazonian Inspired Critique of Globalization Theory. In Frank Hutchins, & Patrick C. Wilson (Eds.), Editing Eden: A Reconsideration of Identity, Politics, and Place in Amazonia (pp. 38-69). Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2009). La Textualidad Oral Napo Kichwa y Las Paradojas de la Educación Bilingüe Intercultural en la Amazoni. In Martínez Novo, Carmen (Eds.), Repensando Los Movimientos Indígenas (pp. 147-172). Quito: FLACSO.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2003). Purgatory, Protestantism, and Peonage: Napo Runa Evangelicals and the Domestication of the Masculine Will. In Whitten Jr., N.E. (Ed.), Millennial Ecuador: Critical Essays on Cultural Transformations and Social Dynamics (pp. 129-153). University of Iowa Press.

Invited Reviews
Uzendoski, M. A. (in press). A Future for Amazonia: Randy Borman and Cofán Environmental Politics. Michael Cepek, Austin: University of Texas Press, 2012. 256 pp. Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, 4 pages.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2011). Lessons from a Quechua Strongwoman on Ideophony, Dialogue, and Perspective by Janis B. Nuckolls, University of Arizona Press. Anthropological Linguistics, 53(2), 174-175.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2009). Pastoral Quechua: The History of Christian Translation in Colonial Peru, 1550-1650, by Alan Durston, University of Notre Dame Press. Church History, 78(2), 406-408.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2008). Ethnoarcheology of Amazonian Peoples." Nukak: Ethnoarchaeology of an Amazonian People Gustavo G. Politis Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press. 2007. Current Anthropology, 49(6), 1131-1133.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2008). Puyo Runa: Imagrey and Power in Modern Amazonia. Norman E. Whitten Jr. and Dorothea Scott Whitten. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2008. Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Studies, 13(2), 483-485.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2007). Holy Intoxication To Druken Dissipation: Alcohol Among Quichua Speakers in Otavalo, Ecuador, Barbara Butler, University of New Mexico Press. Gastronomica: The Journal of Food and Culture, 7(3).
Uzendoski, M. A. (2007). Sounds Like Life: Sound-Symbolic Grammar, Performance and Cognition in Pastaza Quechua, by Janis B. Nuckolls. Tipití: Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America, 7(1), 126-131.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2006). Cubeo Hehénewa Religious Thought: Metaphysics of a Northwest Amazonian People. Irving Goldman, Edited by Peter J. Wilson, Afterword by Stephen Hugh-Jones, New York: Columbia University Press, 2004. Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology, 11(2):, 497-498.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2002). Sammons and Sherzer (eds.) Translating Native Latin American Verbal Art: Ethnopoetics and Ethnography of Speaking. American Anthropologist, 104(3), 995-996.

Nonrefereed Book Chapters
Uzendoski, M. A. (2007). Introducción. In Galeano, Juan Carlos (Ed.), Cuentos Amazónicos (pp. 7-13). Guadalajara: Editorial Paraíso Perdido.

Presentations
Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Conferences
Uzendoski, M. (accepted). Beyond Orality: Textuality, Narrative Life, and Indigenous Theories of Being from Amazonian Ecuador. Keynote presentation to be given at Expressing Indigenous Culture in Highland and Lowland South America, Indiana University Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Indiana University. (International)
Uzendoski, M. (presented 2014, November). La Ecología de la Palabra Hablada: hacia una teoría literaria-antropológica de los pueblos originarios de la Amazonia Ecuatoriana. Keynote presentation at II Workshop de Ciencia, Innovación, Tecnología y Saberes (Conferencia Magistral), Universidad Nacional de Chimborazo, Riobamba, Ecuador, South America. (International)

Refereed Presentations at Conferences
Uzendoski, M. (presented 2014, July). Tres mil años de literatura ecuatoriana: hacia una teoría literaria de los pueblos originarios de Alto Napo. Presentation at Congreso 2014 de La Asociación de Ecuatorianistas (Literatura), Asociación de Ecuatorianistas (Literatura), Universidad Andina - Simón Bolívar. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2013, November). The Materiality of the World in the Work and Thought of Mishki Chullumbu (Carlos Alvarado Narváez) from Amazonian Ecuador. Presentation at 112th Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association, Chicago, Illinois. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2013, March). Twin Transformations: Amazonian and Tupi Guarani (Mbyá) Myth. Presentation at Annual Meetings of the Society of the Anthropology of Lowland South America, Society of the Anthropology of Lowland South America (SALSA), Vanderbilt University, Nashville TN. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2011). Indigenous Amazonian Peoples, Surplus Value, and the End of Capitalism. Presentation at Session name: From Capital to Chaos: Honoring Fred Damon, American Anthropological Association, Montreal, Canada. (National)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2009). Cosmological Communitas: Musical Journeying with Modern Indigenous Amazonian Electronic Music. Presentation at Southeast Conference on Amazonian and Andean Studie, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton, FL. (Regional)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2008). The Iluku Myth and the Problem of Perception: The Axis Mundi in Amazonian Kichwa Anthropology. Presentation at Session: Symbolic Affinities, Pragmatic Engagements: Shaping Latin American Ethnology Through the Collaborative Work of Norman and Dorothea Scott Whitten, American Anthropologial Association, San Francisco, CA. (National)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2007). La política de la alfabetización: Una exploración de las paradojas de la educación bilingüe intercultural en la Amazonía. Presentation at Congreso Latinoamericano y Caribeño de Ciencias Sociales, FLACSO Ecuador, Quito, Quito, Ecuador. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2006). Etnopoética y el arte verbal Napo Kichwa. Presentation at Ecuadorian Studies Association Meetings, Latin American Studies Association/Ecuadorian Studies, Quito, Ecuador. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2006). Gender, Sexuality, and Experience among the Napo Runa. Presentation at Session: Experiencing Gender in Amazonia: Fieldwork, Emplacement and Social Roles, American Anthropological Association, San Jose, CA. (National)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2006). The Anaconda and the Human Penis: Interspecies Sexuality among Amazonian Quichua Speakers. Presentation at Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2005). Writing, Culture, and Regionalism among Amazonian Quichua Speakers of Ecuador. Presentation at Session: New Writing Systems, American Anthropological Association, Washington D.C. (National)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2003). Christianity and Masculinity among the Napo Runa. Presentation at Session: Masculinity in the North Andes, Latin American Studies Association, Dallas, TX. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2003). The Return of Jumandy: the Convivial Person and the Indigenous Uprising of 2001. Presentation at Session: Ambiguous Others: Indigenous American Conceptualizations and Transformations of Alterity, American Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL. (National)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2002). El Regreso del Jumandy: Historicidad, Parentesco, y Memoria en Napo. Presentation at Encuentro of the Ecuatorian Studies Section, Latin American Studies Association/Ecuadorian Studies, Quito, ECUADOR. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2001). The Intensity of Conviviality. Presentation at Session: Anthropologist and Changing Relations in the Field: From Detached Observer to Community Partnership, American Anthropological Association, Washington D.C. (National)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 2000). Borders, Boundaries, and Exchange Among the Napo Runa of the Ecuadorian Amazon. Presentation at Session: Making Crossing, and Questioning Borders: The Production and Transformation of Cultural Boundaries in South America, American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, CA. (National)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 1999). Cristianidad y Mito: La Transformación de Ideología en la Regeneración del Tiempo Sagrado. Presentation at Session: Myth and History in the Americas, 49th Congress of Americanists, Quito, Ecuador. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 1999). Representations from the Ecuadorian Amazon, Napo (Quijos) Quichua Regional System. Presentation at Session: Forms of Regional Integration, South America, Melanesia, Southeast Asia, American Anthropological Association, Chicago, IL. (National)
Uzendoski, M. A. (presented 1998). Christianity and the Transformation of Values: Napo Quichua Evangelicals and the Domestication of the Masculine Will. Presentation at Session: Christianity, Populations, Globalization, American Anthropological Association, Philadelphia, PA. (National)

Invited Workshops
Uzendoski, M. A. (2012, November). El movimiento indígena desde la perspectiva Napo Runa de la Amazonia Ecuatoriana. Workshop delivered at Table Ronde Internationale Histoires, mémoires et politiques amérindiennes, Institut des Amériques (IDA), Organized by:Guillaume Boccara (CNRS) & Gilles Rivière (EHESS), Paris, FRANCE. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2010). Historia e identitdad del pueblo Kichwa-hablante de la provincia de Napo. Workshop delivered at Ministry of Culture, Napo, Ecuador, Tena, Napo, Ecuador. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2006). Expanding the Ayllu: A Workshop for Quechua Pedagogy and Dialectology. Workshop delivered at University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Urbana, Illinois. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (1997). Colloquium for Research Enablement Program. Workshop delivered at Overseas Studies Ministry Center, Nashville, TN. (International)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Uzendoski, M. A. (2012, November). De la rebelión a la interculturalidad: La lucha del movimiento indígena desde la perspectiva Napo Runa de la Amazonia Ecuatoriana. Delivered at École des hautes études en sciences sociales (EHESS), Part of the Program of "Racialisation, État-Nation et capitalisme en Amérique Latine et ailleurs.", Paris, FRANCE. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2011). Napo Kichwa Stories (Iluku, the Flood, and the Jaguars). Delivered at Astoria Park Elementary School, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2009). Lecture on Kichwa Storytelling and the Theory of Place. Delivered at Universidad Católica de Ecuador, School of Architecture, Quito, Ecuador. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2009). The Ecology of the Spoken Word: What Amazonian Kichwa Myths about Birds, the Moon, and one-eyed Anacondas Can Teach us About Communication. Delivered at Florida State University, Folklore Festival, Strozier Library. (Local)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2008). Napo Quichua Storytelling and Oral Poetry. Delivered at Arizona State University Field School of the Amazon and Andes, Venecia, Napo, Ecuador. (International)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2007). Shamanism among the Napo Runa of Amazonian Ecuador. Delivered at Anthropology Club of South Florida University, Tampa, FL. (State)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2005). Representations of the 16th Century Revolutionary Jumandy and Social Action among the Napo Runa. Delivered at Valdosta State University's Amazon Day, Valdosta, GA. (Regional)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2005). Social Relationships with Plants. Delivered at Cornerstone Learning Community (5th grade class), Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2003). Performance, Memory, and History among the Napo Runa. Delivered at Florida State University Amazonia Week, Bellamy Hall. (Local)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2002). Napo Runa Religious Beliefs. Delivered at Unitarian Universalist Church, Tallahassee, FL, Tallahassee, FL. (Local)
Uzendoski, M. A. (2000). Etnohistoria de Quijos/Alto Napo. Delivered at Casa de Bartolemé de las Casas, Cuzco, PERU. (International)

Digital Projects
Invited Digital Projects
Uzendoski, M. A. (Project Collector and Depositor). (2010). Napo Quichua Collection [Digital Archive]. Archive of Indigenous Languages of Latin America (AILLA). University of Texas-Austin. Retrieved from http://www.ailla.utexas.org/search/collection.html?c_id=58

Nonrefereed Digital Projects
Uzendoski, M. A. (2012). Companion Website to The Ecology of the Spoken Word: Amazonian Storytelling and Shamanism among the Napo Runa [Website]. Retrieved from www.spokenwordecology.com
Uzendoski, M. A. (2010). Archivo de Cuentos en Kichwa de La Amazonia (Tena) [Digital Archive]. Dirección Intercultural Bilingüe de Napo of Ecuador.

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Uzendoski, Michael A (PI), & Litka, S. J. (Jun 2009–Nov 2010). Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant: The Political E. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $12,370.
Uzendoski, Michael A (PI). (Jun 2008–May 2011). Documenting and Archiving Napo Quichua (QUW) Verbal Art. Funded by National Science Foundation. Total award $44,048.

Reviews of My Research and Original Creative Work by Other Authors
Reviews Appearing in Journals
Killick, E. (2009). The Napo Runa of Amazonian Ecuador by Michael Uzendoski. Tipití: The Journal of the Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America, 7(1), 124-126.
Kohn, E. (2007). The Napo Runa of Amazonian Ecuador by Michael Uzendoski. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute, 13(3), 782-783.
Rival, L. (2007). The Napo Runa of Amazonian Ecuador by Michael Uzendoski. Journal of Latin American Studies, 39(2), 444-446.
Corr, R. (2006). The Napo Runa of Amazonian Ecuador by Michael Uzendoski. Journal of Latin American Anthropology, 11(1), 201-202.

Reviews Appearing on a Web Site
Uzendoski, M. A. (2012). 2012 The Ecology of the Spoken Word: Amazonian Storytelling and Shamanism among the Napo Runa. Anthropology Review Database. Retrieved from http://wings.buffalo.edu/ARD/cgi/showme.cgi?keycode=5127

Additional Research or Original Creative Work Not Reported Elsewhere
Uzendoski, M. A. (2009). Translator, Researcher, and Consultant for the film, "Virdi Samay: Ñukanchi Makipi Tiyan" produced by the Fundación Tarpuna Causay and Luna Productions. Tena, Napo, Ecuador. Amazon Partnership Foundation.
Uzendoski, M. A. (2006). Field-Researcher and Anthropological Advisor for the Documentary Film, "The Trees Have a Mother" directed by Juan Carlos Galeano and Valierre Auzenne.Film site: Iquitos, Peru. Funded by the Florida State University Division of Sponsored Research and the FSU Film School. Funded by the Florida State University Division of Sponsored Research and the FSU Film School.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Faculty Senator, Faculty Senate (2010–present).
Chair, Graduate Program Committee (GPC) Evaluating Anthropology (2013–2014).
Organizer, Fourth Annual Amazonia Week at Florida State University. Co-sponsored by the Ministry of Culture of Ecuador and the Winthrop King Institute (FSU) (2013).
Member, Steering Committee for the Latin American and Caribbean Studies Program (2003–2006).
Chair and co-organizer, Third annual Amazonia Week at Florida State University. Co-sponsored by the Departments of Anthropology, History, Modern Languages, and Latin American and Caribbean Studies (2005).
Co-organizer, Second annual Amazonia Week at Florida State University. Co-sponsored by the Departments of Anthropology, History, Modern Languages, and Latin American and Caribbean Studies (2004).
Co-organizer, First annual Amazonia Week at Florida State University. Co-sponsored by the Departments of Anthropology, History, Modern Languages, and Latin American and Caribbean Studies (2003).

FSU Department Service
Technology and Information Committee, Interim Chair (2013–present).
Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (2013–present).
Coordinator Elect, Spanish Division, Modern Languages and Linguistics (2013–present).
Adviser, Spanish (2012–2013).
Member, Merit Committee (2010–2012).
Chair, Promotion and Tenure Committee (Anthropology) (2006–2008).
Member, Graduate Affairs Committee (Anthropology) (2003–2007).

FSU Program Service
Faculty Advisor, Ecuadorian Student Association of FSU (2013–present).

The Profession
Editorial Board Membership(s)
Vocal and Verbal Art Archives Project (VOVA) (2011–present).

Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
The Journal of the Royal Anthropologial Institute (2006–present).
Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (2005–present).
Current Anthropology (2008).
Identities (2008).

Reviewer for Textbooks
Duke University Press (2007–present).
University of Arizona Press (2006–present).
University of Illinois Press (2005–present).
University of Nebraska Press (2005–present).
Cultural Anthropology [Paperback] Conrad Kottak (Author) (2012).

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
Social Science Research Council IDRF Program (2008–present).
National Science Foundation (Linguistics Program) (2008).

Service to Professional Associations
Technical adviser, Amazon Partnership Foundation (2010–2011).

Service to Other Universities
Tenure Reviewer, University of California-Riverside (2012).
Tenure reviewer, Southern Methodist University (2011).
Interpreter/translator for Moi Enomenga, Huaorani leader, for his talk on Huaorani culture, Valdosta State University (GA) (2005).

The Community
Mentor, Reading mentor to an elementary school student, Leon County Schools (2011–2012).
Volunteer English and Storytelling Teacher, Kichwa Elementary School in Napo, ECUADOR, Escuela Intercultural Bilingüe Venancio Calapucha, Dirección Intercultural Bilingüe de Napo (2009–2010).
Volunteer Consultant for Exhibit on Amazonia, Mary Brogan Museum (2001).

Consultation
Quichua/Kichwa Language Examiner. Helped to design a Quichua langauge course and filled the role of examiner for the University of Miami's Directed Independent Language Study (DILS) Program (2011–2012).


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