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Curriculum Vitae
Michael D. Carrasco
April 15, 2014

General Information
University address: Art History
College of Visual Arts, Theatre and Dance
William Johnston Building 1019
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-1233
Phone: (850) 644-1250; Fax: (850) 644-7065

E-mail address: mcarrasco@fsu.edu


Web site: http://arthistory.fsu.edu/People/Faculty/Faculty/Michael-D.-Carrasco2

Professional Preparation
2005 Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin. Major: Art History. Precolumbian. Supervisor: David S. Stuart (co-chair), Julia Guernsey (co-chair).
Michael D. Carrasco. (2005). The Mask Flange Iconographic Complex: The Art, Ritual, and History of a Maya Sacred Image. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Texas at Austin.
1998 M.A., University of Texas at Austin. Major: Art History. Precolumbian. Supervisor: Linda Schele, Terrence Grieder.
Michael D. Carrasco. (1998). Censing the Day, Censing the Night: Prolegomena to the Study of Palenque's Masked-Flanged Incensarios. Unpublished master's thesis, University of Texas at Austin.
1995 B.A., Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut. Major: Archaeology. Supervisor: Carla M. Antonaccio. Honors in General Scholarship.
MichaelD. Carrasco. (1995). The Changing Faces of the Gods: Aesthetics, Spectacle, and Rulership Among the Ancient Maya. Unpublished bachelor's thesis, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut.

Professional Experience
2013–present Associate Professor, Department of Art History, Florida State University.
2007–2013 Assistant Professor, Art History, Florida State University. Responsible for teaching undergraduate upper-level surveys and graduate seminars in Mesoamerican art and culture, as well as serving as the Director of Graduate Studies and Director of the Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies program.
2006–2007 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Art History, School of Art, University of Cincinnati, Ohio.
2002–2003 Assistant Instructor, Art and Art History, University of Texas at Austin. Responsible for teaching the Introduction to the Visual Arts undergraduate survey course.
2000–2002 Teaching Assistant, Art and Art History, University of Texas at Austin.
1995–1996 Assistant English Teacher, JET Program, Kamae Board of Education, Kamae, Oita-ken, Japan.
1993–1994 Teaching Assistant for Printmaking, Department of Art and Art History, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut.

Language Proficiency
Ch'orti' Mayan - rudimentary in speaking and writing; intermediate in reading.

Epigraphic Mayan (Mayan Hieroglyphs) - none in speaking; fluent in reading; advanced in writing.

German - rudimentary in speaking and writing; intermediate in reading.

Japanese - intermediate in speaking, reading, and writing.

Spanish - intermediate in speaking and writing; advanced in reading.

Yucatec Mayan - intermediate in speaking and writing; advanced in reading.



Visiting Professorship(s)
2003–2006 Luther Gregg Sullivan Visiting Scholar in Art History, Department of Art and Art History, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Origins of the Mesoamerican City. Ritual and Polity at La Venta, Tabasco, Mexico, National Endowment for the Humanities Collaborative Research Grant (2012). ($280,000).

Planning Grant, The Florida State University Council of Research and Creativity (CRC) (2012). ($12,000).

Small Grant, The Florida State University Council of Research and Creativity (CRC) (2011). ($3,000).

Committee on Faculty Research Support (COFRS) grant, The Florida State University Council of Research and Creativity (CRC) (2010). ($14,000).

First Year Assistant Professor (FYAP) grant, The Florida State University Council on Research and Creativity (CRC) (2007). ($16,000).

New Media Consortium 2005 Center of Excellence Award (2005).

Adobe Systems, Inc. and New Media Consortium curricular development grant (2004).

Foreign Languages and Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and U.S. Department of Education (2004).

College of Fine Arts Dean's Travel Fund, University of Texas at Austin (2001).

Donna and Jack S. Josey Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Art History, University of Texas at Austin (2001).

1998-2000 David Bruton, Jr. Endowed Graduate Fellowship in the College of Fine Arts, University of Texas at Austin (2000).

College of Fine Arts Dean's Travel Fund, University of Texas at Austin (2000).

Foreign Languages and Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS), University of Texas at Austin and U.S. Department of Education (2000).

Foreign Languages and Area Studies Fellowship (FLAS), University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and U.S. Department of Education (2000).

Susan Vaughan Foundation Endowed Scholarship, University of Texas at Austin (2000).

Department of Art and Art History Travel Grant, University of Texas at Austin (1999).

1996-1998 Graduate Opportunities Fellowship, University of Texas at Austin (1998).

Department of Art and Art History Travel and Research Grant, University of Texas at Austin (1997).

1991-1995 J. Gomez-Ibanez Scholarship, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut (1995).

Honors in General Scholarship, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut (1995).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Anthropological Association

College Art Association

Society of American Archaeology

Teaching
Courses Taught
Representation and Reality: The Sacred Image in Mesoamerica (ARH6936)

The Nahua and Sixteenth Century Mexico (ARH5806)

Cultural Heritage Theory and Practice (ARH5799)

Mayan Epigraphy (ARH6936)

Honors Work in Art History (ARH4815)

Maya Painted Ceramics (ARH5806)

Great Traditions in Mesoamerican Art and Culture (ARH4653)

Mesoamerican Manuscripts (ARH5806)

Special Topics in Art History (ARH4933)

Art History Methods and Media (ARH4810)

Art History Methods Seminar (ARH4810)

Graduate Research Writing Colloquium

The Art and Culture of the Maya (ARH4675)

The Nahua and Sixteenth Century Mexico (ARH4933)

The Representation of the "Natural World" and Foodways in Mesoamerican Art

New Course Development
Cultural Heritage Theory and Practice (2010)

Maya Painted Ceramics (2010)

Mayan Epigraphy (2010)

Mesoamerican Manuscripts (2009)

The Nahua and Sixteenth Century Mexico (2008)

Curriculum Development
Letchworth Love Mound Archaeological Field School. Worked with the Florida Department of State to establish an archaeological field school in support of the Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies MA and the greater FSU academic community involved in archaeological research and practice (2013)

Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies Master's of Arts program in the Department of Art History. During the summer and fall of 2010 I worked with departmental colleagues and those from other departments and professionals in archaeology from the Bureau of Archaeological Research and the Southeastern Archaeological Center to develop a new MA in Museum and Cultural Heritage studies (2010)

Visual Cultures of the Americas Area of Study. During 2009-2010 I worked with departmental colleagues to develop the Visual Cultures of the Americas as field of study. This area of study provides students with a broad foundation in the artistic expressions of the Western Hemisphere from the ancient period to the present, as well as requiring a specific area of focus developed in consultation with their faculty adviser (2009)

Doctoral Committee Chair
Lundy, H. D., doctoral candidate.

Peterson, K. M., doctoral candidate.

Schaeffer, D. B., doctoral student.

Wolff, L., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee Cochair
Steinhilper, D. M., graduate. (2013). Geographies of a World In-between: Constructing Identity in the Mestizo Maps of Colonial Mexico.

Doctoral Committee Member
McCormick, A., graduate. (2013).

Englehardt, J. D., graduate. (2011). Archaeological Epigraphy and Epigraphic Archaeology: Tracing the Development of the Maya Script via Material Remains. (Department of Anthropology).

Seinfeld, D. M., graduate. (2011). Macrobotanical and Isotope Residue Analysis from San Estevan. (Department of Anthropology).

Olton, E., graduate. (2010). K'inich Janaab Pakal's Temple of Inscriptions, Palenque. (Department of Art History, University of New Mexico).

Carter, D. A., doctoral candidate.

Master's Committee Chair
Spraggins, E., graduate. (2013).

Wolff, L., graduate. (2013).

McCampbell, K. G., graduate. (2010). The Iconography and Ritual Use of Highland Maya Effigy Funerary Urns.

Kindrick, J., student. (2014).



Master's Committee Member
Higbee, L. G., graduate. (2013).

Glover, C. M., graduate. (2012). Anni Albers's Modernist Philosophy in Thread and Text.

Bender, S. D., graduate. (2010). Lust-Murder in the Weimar Avant-Garde: The Lustmord Paintings of George Grosz and Otto Dix.

Matthews, T., graduate. (2010). Cognition and Sculpted Space: Anish Kapoor's Cloud Gate.

Weatherby, S., graduate. (2010). The Ceramic Figurines of La Venta.

MacKey, R. A., graduate. (2009). "All that Glitters is not Junkanoo": The National Junkanoo Museum and the Politics of Tourism and Identity.

Hostetler, B., graduate. (2009). The Art of Gift-giving: the Multivalency of Votive Dedications in the Middle Byzantine Period.

Bachelor's Committee Chair
Arrant, M., graduate. (2011). Parallel Images: Gender, Complementarity, and Ritual in the Imagery of Lady K'abal Xook, Lady Mut Bahlam, and Lady Wak Tuun.

Winfield, S., graduate. (2011). Botanical Study of the Mapa de Cuauhtinchan No. 2.



Bachelor's Committee Member
Sherman, L., graduate. (2010). Italian Futurism and the "Mob Mentality".

Khimm, M., graduate. (2005). With the Bereaved in Mind: Stockholm's Woodland Cemetery and Crematorium.



Supervision of Student Research Not Related to Thesis or Dissertation
Arrant, M. (Jan–May 2012).

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Carrasco, M. D. (2012). 玛?农业神??玉米和人的生命?回 [Mayan Agrarian Mythologies: The Lifecycle of Maize and Humans]. 世界宗教文化 [The World Religious Cultures], 76, 18-24.

Refereed Journal Articles
Carrasco, M. D., & Englehardt, J. (in press). Throne, Mat, Ruler: Diphrastic Kennings on the Cascajal Block and the Emergence of Mesoamerican Writing. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 34 pages.
Hull, K. M., Carrasco, M. D., & Wald, R. (2009). The First-Person-Singular Independent Pronoun in Classic Ch'olan. Mexicon, 31(2), 36-43.
Carrasco, M. D., & Hull, K. M. (2002). The Cosmogonic Symbolism of the Corbeled Vault in Maya Architecture. Mexicon, 24(2), 26-32.

Refereed Books
Carrasco, M. D. (contract). Of How they Pleased the Hearts of their Gods: Myth, Ritual, and the Sacred Image in Maya and Mesoamerican History. Manuscript under contract for publication, Boulder: University Press of Colorado (approximately 90,000 words).

Edited Books
Hull, K. M., & Carrasco, M. D. (Eds.). (2012). Parallel Worlds: Genre, Discourse and Poetics in Contemporary, Colonial and Classic Maya Literature. Boulder: University Press of Colorado. Retrieved from http://www.upcolorado.com/book/Parallel_Worlds
Staller, J. E., & Carrasco, M. D. (Eds.). (2010). Pre-Columbian Foodways: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Food, Culture and Markets in Mesoamerica. New York: Springer.

Refereed Book Chapters
Carrasco, M. D. (in press). Epilogue: Portals, Turtles, and Mythic Places. In Maline Werness, & Kaylee Spencer (Eds.), Space and Spatial Analysis in Art History: Maya Art, Architecture, and Activity (1-42 pages). Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.
Carrasco, M. D. (2012). Performance, Presence, and Genre in Maya Hieroglyphs. In Englehardt, J. (Ed.), Early Writing and Agency: Epigraphy and Agents in the Archaeological Record (pp. 139-63). Boulder: University Press of Colorado.
Carrasco, M. D. (2012). The History, Poetics, and Rhetoric of Three Palenque Narratives. In Hull, K. M., & Carrasco, M. D. (Eds.), Parallel Worlds: Genre, Discourse and Poetics in Contemporary, Colonial and Classic Maya Literature (pp. 123-160). Boulder: University Press of Colorado.
Carrasco, M. D., & Hull, K. M. (2012). Introduction. In Hull, K. M., & Carrasco, M. D. (Eds.), Parallel Worlds: Genre, Discourse and Poetics in Contemporary, Colonial and Classic Maya Literature (pp. 1-17). Boulder:University Press of Colorado.
Carrasco, M. D. (2010). From Field to Hearth: An Earthly Interpretation of Maya and other Mesoamerican Creation Myths. In Staller, J., & Carrasco, M. D. (Eds.), Pre-Columbian Foodways: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Food, Culture, and Markets in Mesoamerica (pp. 601-634). Springer, New York.
Staller, J., & Carrasco, M. D. (2010). Pre-Columbian Foodways in Mesoamerica. In Staller, J., & Carrasco, M. D. (Eds.), Pre-Columbian Foodways: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Food, Culture, and Markets in Mesoamerica (pp. 1-20). Springer, New York.

Refereed Proceedings
Carrasco, M. D. (2005). A Maya Cosmogram: The Changing Styles and Contexts of the Mask-Flange Iconographic Complex. In Waters-Rist, A., Cluney, C., McNamee, C., & Steinbrenner, C. (Eds.), Proceeding of the 33rd Annual Chacmool Conference (pp. 203-210). Calgary: Chacmool, The Archaeological Association of the University of Calgary.
Hull, K. M., & Carrasco, M. D. (2004). Mak-"Portal" Rituals Uncovered: An Approach to Interpreting Symbolic Architecture and the Creation of Sacred Space Among the Maya. In Behrens, D. G., Grube, N., Prager, C. M., Sache, F., Teufel, S., & Wagner, E. (Eds.), Continuity and Change: Maya Religious Practices in Temporal Perspective, 5th European Maya Conference (pp. 131-142). Bonn: Verlag Anton Saurwein.

Refereed Reviews
Carrasco, M. D. (2012). Their Way of Writing: Scripts, Signs, and Pictographies in Pre-Columbian America. Cambridge Archaeological Journal, 22, 427-429. Retrieved from DOI: 10.1017/S0959774312000534
Carrasco, M. D. (2009). The Teotihuacan Trinity: The Sociopolitical structure of an ancient Mesoamerican city. The Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute (N.S.), 15, 633-634.

Refereed Newsletter Articles
Carrasco, M. D. (1998). The Incensario Stands of Palenque. Pre-Columbian Art Research Institute Newsletter, 25(9), 6.

Nonrefereed Journal Articles
Englehardt, J. D., & Carrasco, M. D. (2013). The Road to Cascajal. Red Patrimonio, Revista Digital de Estudios en Patrimonio Cultural, 1:3, 84-94. Retrieved from www.colmich.edu.mx/red
Carrasco, M. D. (2012). Embodying Chance: Recent Work by Holly Hanessian. Ceramics: Art and Perception, No. 91, 24-27.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Englehardt, J., & Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2013, August). Difrasismos en el Arte y Escritura Olmeca: El Bloque de Cascajal y los Origines de la Escritura Mesoamericana. Paper presented at Arqueología y Arte de Arroyo Pesquero-Los Soldados, Museo de Antropología de Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2012, March). When are Glyphic Narratives Poetry?: The Case for Large-Scale Structures in Mayan Literature. Paper presented at 36th Annual Maya Meetings, the University of Texas at Austin, Antigua, Guatemala. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2008, October). Del pincel de pintor de piedra a los cuentos de la milpa: Continuidad en la literature maya. Paper presented at Workshop on Mayan Hieroglyphs, Universidad de Oriente, Valladolid, Yucatán, Mexico. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2007, May). Pleasing the Hearts of their Gods: The Architectural, Sculptural, and Literary Legacy of K'inich Janaab Pakal and K'inich Kan B'ahlam. Paper presented at Maya Society of Minnesota Meeting, Maya Society of Minnesota. (Regional)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2005, March). The Domestic and the Divine: A Classic Maya Temple Complex at Palenque. Paper presented at Department of Art and Art History, Wesleyan University. (Local)
Wald, R., & Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2004, March). Rabbits, Gods, and Kings: The Interplay of Myth and History on the Regal Rabbit Vase. Paper presented at 28th Annual Maya Meetings, the University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2002, March). Art and Divinity: The Ritual and Stylistic Development of the Incensarios of Palenque. Paper presented at 26th Annual Maya Meetings, The University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2001, March). The Iconographic Relationship Between Formative and Early Classic Mask Programs and Classic Period Incensarios at Palenque. Paper presented at 25th Annual Maya Meetings, Late Preclassic Work Group. (National)

Invited Papers at Symposia
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2012, July). Mayan Sacred Images: Animacy, Ritual, and Devotion in the Classic Period. In Michelle Briggs (Chair), The Maya: An examination of Mayan history and culture from the rise of their civilization to the post-conquest era. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Lycoming College, Williamsport, Pennsylvania. (Regional)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2011, October). The Rhetoric of Violence and Sacrifice in Maya Art and Writing. In Politics and Violence in Latin America and the Caribbean. Symposium conducted at the meeting of The Center for Humanities and Society, Florida State University, The Florida State University. (Local)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2012, April). Intertextuality in Maya Ceramic Art and Writing. Paper presented at the 77th Annual Meeting, Society for American Archaeology, Memphis, Tennessee. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2011, November). We Eat of the Earth and the Earth Eats of Us: The Representation of Ethnoecological Systems in Mesoamerica. Paper presented at the 44th Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (International)
Carrasco, M. D., & Englehardt, J. (presented 2011, April). The Cascajal Block and the Olmec Origins of Mesoamerican Writing. Paper presented at the 76th Annual Meetings, Society of American Archaeology, Sacramento, California. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2009, April). Performativity and Presence in Maya Hieroglyphs. Paper presented at the 74th Annual Meeting, Society of American Archaeology, Atlanta, Georgia. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2008, November). The Poetics and Rhetoric of the Temple of Inscriptions Narrative. Paper presented at the 107th Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, California. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2007, November). From Field to Hearth: An Earthly Interpretation of Maya Mythology. Paper presented at the 40th Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (International)
Carrasco, M. D., & Loyer, A. (presented 2007, April). Unaahil B'aak: A Look at the Ancient Maya City of Palenque through the Digital Lens. Paper presented at 72nd Annual Meeting, the Society of American Archaeology, Austin, Texas. (International)
Carrasco, M. D., & Blunk, W. (presented 2005, December). B'oox Kib': The Black Wax Guardians of Yucatecan Milpas. Paper presented at the 104th Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2005, November). Incensarios, Icons, and Sacral Presence: Some Observations on the use of sacred objects in the history of Palenque. Paper presented at the 38th Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2004, November). In the House of Cool Women and Hot Men: Parentage Statements, Engendered Language, and the Maya's Conception of Creation in Darkness. Paper presented at 37th Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2003, November). Compound and Complex Noun Formation in Hieroglyphic Mayan. Paper presented at the 103rd Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association, Chicago, Illinois. (National)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2003, November). Water in Classic Period Creation Mythology, Imagery, and Liturgy. Paper presented at the 36th Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, Alberta, Canada. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2003, February). Singing in the Black Speared Earth Cave: Emic Conceptions of Caves among the Classic Maya. Paper presented at the 24nd Institute of Latin American Studies Student Association, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. (National)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2001, March). Hearth, Seeds, and Skulls: The Cosmogonic Symbolism of the Maya Tomb. Paper presented at the 24th, Midwest Mesoamericanists Meeting, University of Iowa, Iowa City. (Regional)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2001, February). Dressing for the Occasion: Gender and Ritual in Classic Period Maya Art. Paper presented at the 22nd Institute of Latin American Studies Student Association, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. (National)
Carrasco, M. D., & Hull, K. M. (presented 2000, December). Mak-"Portal" Rituals Uncovered: An Approach to Interpreting Symbolic Architecture and the Creation of Sacred Space Among the Maya. Paper presented at the 5th European Maya Conference, University of Bonn, Germany. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 2000, November). A Maya Cosmogram: The Changing Styles and Contexts of the Mask-Flange Iconographic Complex. Paper presented at the 33rd Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, Canada. (International)
Carrasco, M. D., & Hull, K. M. (presented 2000, March). Framing the Portal: An Epigraphic, Iconographic, and Contextual Analysis of the Painted Capstones of the Yucatan. Paper presented at the 23rd Midwest Mesoamericanists Meeting, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Champaign, Illinois. (Regional)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 1999, November). Rituals of Dedication, Rituals of Renewal. Paper presented at the 98th Annual Meeting, the American Anthropological Association, Chicago, Illinois. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 1999, March). Censing the Day, Censing the Night: The Masked-Flanged Incensarios of Palenque. Paper presented at the 22nd Midwest Mesoamericanists Meeting, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois. (Regional)

Refereed Papers at Symposia
Carrasco, M. D. (presented 1997, March). The Epiphenomenal Architecture of the Chaco Phenomenon. In the Eleanor Greenhill Graduate Symposium. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Department of Art History, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. (Local)

Invited Workshops
Carrasco, M. D. (2008). Los Glyphos de los Antiguos Mayas. Workshop delivered at Universidad de Oriente, Valladolid, Yucatan, Mexico. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (2004). Ko'ox Xokik le Úuchben Ts'íibil Maaya T'aane': An Introduction to Epigraphic Mayan. Workshop delivered at The Consortium in Latin American Studies at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and Duke University and the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, Merida, Yucatan, Mexico. (International)

Nonrefereed Workshops
Carrasco, M. D. (2007). Hieroglyphic Workshop on Palenque. Workshop delivered at the Maya Society of Minnesota, Hamline University, Saint Paul, Minnesota. (Regional)
Carrasco, M. D. (2005). Long Workshop. Workshop delivered at the 29th Annual Maya Meetings, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (2002). Long Workshop. Workshop delivered at 26th Annual Maya Meetings, University of Texas at Austin, Austin, Texas. (International)
Carrasco, M. D. (2002). Maya Hieroglyphic Weekend Workshop. Workshop delivered at Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas. (Regional)
Carrasco, M. D. (2001). Maya Hieroglyphic Weekend Workshop. Workshop delivered at Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas. (Regional)
Carrasco, M. D. (2000). Hieroglyphic Weekend Workshop. Workshop delivered at Maya Hieroglyphic Weekend Workshop, Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, Texas. (Regional)

Digital Projects
Refereed Digital Projects
Carrasco, M. D., & Learning Objects Studio. (Project Director and Content contributor). (2004–2006). Unaahil B'aak: The Temples of Palenque [Website]. Wesleyan University, New Media Consortium, and Adobe Systems, Inc. Retrieved from http://learningobjects.wesleyan.edu/palenque/

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Carrasco, M. D., Englehardt, J., & Slice, D. (2014–2015). The Mesoamerican Corpus of Formative Period Art and Writing. Funded by National Endowment for the Humanities. (HD-51921-14). Total award $59,993.

Additional Research or Original Creative Work Not Reported Elsewhere
Carrasco, M. D. (2007). Field Research - Guatemala, photographic documentation of archaeological sites and anthropological research in the Ch'orti' Mayan speaking area.
Carrasco, M. D. (2006). Field Research - Yucatan, Santa Elena collection of oral narratives.
Carrasco, M. D. (2005). Field Research - Yucatan, Mexico on Folklore and Yucatec Mayan language.
Carrasco, M. D. (2004). Field Research - Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico, photographic documentation of architecture.
Carrasco, M. D. (2004). Field Research - Yucatan, Santa Elena and Xocen on Yucatec Mayan language.
Carrasco, M. D. (2001). Field Research - Copan, Honduras, photographic documentation of Copan Sculpture.
Carrasco, M. D. (2000). Field Research - Antigua, Guatemala on Ch'orti' Mayan language.
Carrasco, M. D. (2000). Field Research - Xocen, Mexico on Yucatec architectural terminology and related symbolism.
Carrasco, M. D. (1997). Field Research - Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico, photographic documentation of Palenque incensarios.
Carrasco, M. D. (1992). Field Research - Soissons, France, Student excavator on the Wesleyan-Brown Archaeology Project at the Medieval abbey of Saint-Jean-des-Vignes.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Committee Member, Working Group: Partnership Opportunity with Secretary of State (2013–present).

FSU College Service
Committee Member, Advisory Board, The Facility for Arts Research (2011–present).
Committee Member, Dean's Task Force for the School of Art and Design (2009–2010).

FSU Department Service
Director, Graduate Studies (2010–present).
Committee Member, Graduate Studies Committee (2009–2010).
Committee Member, Promotion and Tenure Committee (2008–2009).
Committee Chairperson, World Arts Search Committee for faculty hire (2008).
Committee Member, Undergraduate Curriculum Committee (2007–2008).

FSU Program Service
Director, Museum and Cultural Heritage Studies program (2011–present).

The Profession
Guest Reviewer for Refereed Journals
The Latin Americanist (2013).
Food, Culture and Society: An International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research (2010).

Exhibitions Curated
The Glyph Project. Noh Cacab/Santa Elena, Yucatan, Mexico (2005–2007).
Expression in Wood. Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut (1993).

Chair of a Symposium
Carrasco, M. D., & Werness-Rude, M. (Chair). (2013, February). Precolumbian Ceramics: Form, Meaning, and Function. Symposium conducted at the meeting of College Art Association (101st Annual Meeting), New York, New York.
Werness-Rude, M., & Carrasco, M. D. (Chair). (2012, April). Mesoamerican Ceramics. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Society for American Archaeology (77th Annual Meeting), Memphis, Tennessee.
Carrasco, M. D., & Hull, K. M. (Chair). (2008, November). Parallel Worlds: Genre, Discourse, and Poetics in Contemporary, Colonial, and Classic Maya Literature. Symposium conducted at the meeting of American Anthropological Society (107th Annual Meeting), San Francisco, California.

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
National Science Foundation (2013–present).
Swiss National Science Foundation (2012).

Consultation
Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Advising on Linda Schele's drawings of the sculpture and hieroglyphs of Palenque and their digital presentation (2013–2014).
Department of Art, Florida State University. Consultant for the book Constructing Meaning (Pearson) by Mary Stewart, Professor, Department of Art, Florida State University (2009).
National Geographic Society. Interviewed about the ancient city of Palenque (2008).
Könemann, publishers. Specialist editor to the English edition of the book Maya: Divine Kings of the Rain Forest, edited by Nikolai Grube, Professor, Department of Anthropology of the Americas, Universität Bonn (2001).


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