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JAMES L. PEACOCK
Curriculum Vitae



James L. Peacock Department of Anthropology
306 North Boundary Street University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-3115 301 Alumni Building, CB #3115
Telephone: (919) 929-5815 Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27599-3115
Department  Telephone: (919) 962-1243 Office Telephone: (919) 966-4106
Email: peacock@unc.edu Website: http://www.unc.edu/~jlp/, short bio
Specialty: Social Anthropology

EDUCATION

1965   Ph.D., Harvard University (Social Anthropology)
1959   B.A., Duke University (Psychology); magna cum laude with high honors in psychology

EMPLOYMENT
 

1996-2003 Director, University Center for International Studies, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; Acting Director starting August 1996; Director starting July 1, 1997.
1991-1994 Chair of the Faculty, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
1990-1991 Chair, Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
1990-Spring Stewart Fellow and Visiting Professor in Religion and Humanities, Princeton University.
1987-present Kenan Professor of Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. (Joint appointment, Professor of Comparative Literature from Spring 1990.) Adjunct Professor of Anthropology, Duke University.
1973-1987 Professor of Anthropology. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
1986-Fall Visiting Professor of Anthropology, Yale University.
1980-1981 Guggenheim Fellowship and Kenan Leave, at All Souls College Oxford University, England.
1975-1980 Chair, Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
1973-Spring Visiting Associate Professor, University of California at San Diego.
1970-1972 Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
1969-1970 Field research on the Muslim reformation in Indonesia, Singapore, and Malaysia (National Science Foundation Grant and other funds).

Visiting Fellow, Institute of Southeast Asian Studies, Singapore.

1967-1969 Assistant Professor of Anthropology. University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
1965-1967 Assistant Professor of Anthropology. Princeton University.
1964-1965 Writing Ph.D. thesis, Harvard University (National Institute of Mental health pre-doctoral fellowship).
1962-1963 Field research, Surabaja, Indonesia (National Institute of Mental health grant).
1961-1962 Special student in Indonesian language. Linguistics and Southeast Asian studies at Yale University (National Institute of Mental health pre-doctoral fellowship.
1959-1961 Graduate student in social anthropology. Department of Social Relations (National Institute of Mental Health pre-doctoral fellowship, 1960-61, Harvard University fellowship 1959-60).
1950-1959 Summer and part-time employment as agricultural laborer, door-to-door salesman, electrician's apprentice, and psychiatric aide/sports coordinator.

PUBLICATIONS

Books
 

1968  Rites of Modernization: Symbolic and Social Aspects of Indonesian Proletarian Drama. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. (paperback edition, new afterword, 1987).
1970  With A. Thomas Kirsch. The Human Direction: An Evolutionary Approach to Cultural and Social Anthropology. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts; second edition, Prentice-Hall, 1973; Japanese translation. Koichi Mizuno. Kyoto: Minerva Press, 1975; third edition, Prentice-Hall, 1980.
1973  Indonesia: An Anthropological Perspective. Pacific Palisades. California: Goodyear.
1975  Consciousness and Change: Symbolic Anthropology in Evolutionary Perspective (Pavilion Series in Social Anthropology, ed. F.G. Bailey). Oxford: Blackwell's; New York: John Wiley (Halsted division). (Paperback edition issued 1979.)
1978  Muslim Puritans: The Reformist Psychology in Southeast Asian Islam. Berkeley: University of California Press.
1978  Purifying the Faith: The Muhammadijah Movement in Indonesian Islam (Kiste-Ogan Social Change Series) Palo Alto: Cummings Press; Indonesian translation published, 1987; Gerakan Muhammadijah Memurnikan Ajaran Islam di Indonesia. Trans. A. Makmur Makka. Jakarta: Cipta Kreatir.) Reissued 1993 in Monographs in Southeast Asian Studies. Arizona State University.
1986  The Anthropological Lens: Harsh Light, Soft Focus. New York: Cambridge University Press. (Translations: Japanese; Spanish; Italian)
1989 (With Ruel W. Tyson.) Pilgrims of Paradox: Calvinism and Experience Among Primitive Baptists of the Blue Ridge. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press. 
 2001
Revised edition. The Anthropological Lens. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
2007
Grounded Globalism: How the U.S. South Embraces the World. Athens: University of Georgia Press


Short Books
 

1975 (With Carol Ryan.) Why Belong: A Conversation Concerning Social Anthropology. Concord, Mass.: National Humanities Faculty.
1983 Pembaharu dan Pembaharuan Agama. Trans. Muhadjir Darwin. Yogyarkarta, Indonesia: PT Hanindirta

Edited Books
 

1988 (With Ruel Tyson and Daniel Patterson.) Diversities of Gifts: Field Studies of Independent Protestants. Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
1988 (With James Sabella.) Sea and Land: Cultural and Biological Adaptations on the Southern Coastal Plain. 1986 Proceedings of the Southern Anthropological Society. Athens: University of Georgia Press.
1990 (With Terence Evens) Transcendence in Society: Case Studies (Supplement 1: Comparative Social Research). Greenwich, CT and London, U.K.: JAI Press Inc.
1999  Transforming Academia: Challenges and Opportunities for an Engaged Anthropology. Edited with Linda Basch, R. Jill Craven, Lucie Saunders, and Jagna Scharff. American Ethnological Society Monograph Series. 
2007
Identity Matters: Ethnic and Sectarian Conflict. Edited with Patricia Thornton and Patrick Inman. Oxford: Berghahn Books.

Articles
 

1962  "Pasamah Megaliths: Historical, Functional, and Conceptual Interpretations," Academica Sinica: (Southeast Asian issue, ed. K.C. Chang), No. 13 (Spring): 52-63.
1967 "Javanese Clown and Transvestite Songs," Essays in the Verbal and Visual Arts: Proceedings of the 1966 Annual Spring Meeting of the American Ethnological Society, ed. Dell Hymes; Seattle: University of Washington Press.
1967  "Anti-Dutch, Anti-Muslim Drama Among Surabaja Proletarians," Indonesia 4:44-73.
1967 "Comedy and Centralization: The Ludruk Plays," Journal of American Folklore, Vol. 80, No. 318:346-356.
1968  "Entertainment, Ritual, and Modernization: A Javanese Case," Comparative Studies in Society and History, vol. 10, No. 3:328-334.
1969 "Mystics and Merchants in Fourteenth Century Germany: A Reconstruction of Their Psychological Bond and Its Implications for Social Change," Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. Vol. 3, No. 1:47-59.
1969 "Religion, Communications, and Modernization: A Weberian Critique of Some Recent Views," Human Organization, Vol. 28, No. 1:35-41.
1969  "Society as Narrative," in Forms of Symbolic Action: Proceedings of the 1969 Annual Meeting of the American Ethnological Society, ed. Victor Turner. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
1970 "President Sukarno as Myth maker," in Exchange et Communications: Melanges efforts à Claude Levi-Strauss à l'Occasion de son 60eme Anniversaire, ed. Jean Pouillon and Pierre Maranda, Vol. II. Mouton: Hague-Paris (Humanities Press, New York).
1971  "Class, Clown, and Cosmology: Social Action in Javanese Drama," in Elli and Pierre Maranda (eds.), Structural Analysis of Oral Tradition, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
1971 "The Southern Protestant Ethic Disease," Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings No. 4 (The Not So Solid South), ed., J. Kenneth Morland. Athens: University of Georgia Press.
1971  "The Silent Language," College Composition and Communication, Vol. XXII, No. 2 (May 1971), pp. 137-140. Reprinted in Raymond D. Liedlich, Coming to Terms with Language: An Anthology. New York: John Wiley and Sons, 1973, pp. 255-261; in Johanna S. de Stefano and Sharon E. Fox, Language and the Language Arts. Boston: Little, Brown, 1974.
1972 "Malaysia: Cultural and Racial Meanings," in Earnest Q. Campbell, ed., Racial Tensions and National Identity. Nashville, Tennessee: Vanderbilt University Press, pp. 247-250.
1972 "Psychological Aspects of Reform Movements: Weberian Theory and an Indonesian Case." Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings No. 6 (Culture Change, ed. Joseph Aceves). Athens: University of Georgia Press.
1972 "1969-1972 Research on Psychological Aspects of the Muslim Reformation in Southeast Asia," Research Previews, Vol. 19, No. 2 (November 1972): 33-37.
1973 With Benjamin N. Colby. "Narrative," in Handbook in Cultural Anthropology, ed. John J. Honigmann. New York; Rand McNally.
1974 "Notes on the Sociology of Art," Proceedings of the 1973 International Congress on Anthropology and Ethnology. The Hague: Mouton.
1975 "Weberian, Southern Baptist, and Indonesian Muslim Conceptions of Belief and Action," In Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings No. 8 (Symbol and Society, ed. Carol Hill). Athens: University of Georgia Press.
1975 "Religion, Kommunikation und Modernisierung: Eiene Kritik aus Webers Perspective zu neuren Ansichten" (A Translation of my 1969 Human Organization article), in Seminar: Religion und gesellschaftliche Entwicklung: Studien zur Protestantisums - Kapitalismus - These Max Weber. Eds. Walter M. Sprondel and Constans Seyfarth. Frankfurt: Suhrkamp Verlag.
1976  "Expressive Symbolism," Explorations in General Theory in Social Science. Essays in Honor of Talcott Parsons. 2 Vols., ed. Jan Loubser et al. New York: Free Press.
1976  "Ethics, Economics, and Society in Evolutionary Perspective," In Freedom and Ethics, ed. Ivan Hill. Chapel Hill: American Viewpoint.
n.d. "Indonesia," Colliers Encyclopedia.
1978  "Symbolic Reversal and Social History: The Clown and the Transvestite in Java," In Reversible World, Barbara Babcock, ed., (Myth, Ritual, and Symbol Series). Ithaca: Cornell University Press.
1978 (with John Gulick et. al.). "John Joseph Honigmann (1914-1977)," American Anthropologist, Vol. 80, No. 3: 630-637.
1978  (with Laurence Avery). "The Drama: Western Theory and Asian Experience," New Scientist, Vol. 80, No. 1134 (December 21/18: 926-931.
1979 "Notes on a Theory of the Social Evolution of Ritual," Proceedings, Conference of the International Association for the History of Religion, Turku, Finland. Science of Religion: Studies in Methodology. The Hague: Mouton.
1979 "Dahlan and Rasul: Indonesian Muslim Reformers," in The Imagination of Reality: Essays in Southeast Asian Coherence Systems. A.L. Becker and Aram Yengoyan, eds. Norwood, New Jersey: Ablex.
1980 "Islam in Southeast Asia," Abington Dictionary of Living Religions. Nashville: Abington Press.
1981  "The Impact of Islam," The Wilson Quarterly, Vol. 5, No. 2.
1981 "The Third Stream: Weber, Parsons, Geertz," Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford. Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 122-9.
1981  "Durkheim and the Social Anthropology of Culture," Social Forces, Vol. 59, No. 4: pp. 996-1008.
1981  "Traditionalism and Reform: Constancy and Climax in Java and the South," in Perspectives on the American South, ed. M. Black and J.S. Reed. New York: Gordon Breach, pp. 207-216.
1982  "Comment," in Holding on to the Land and the Lord, ed. Carol Stack (1980 Proceedings, Southern Anthropological Society), Athens, Georgia.
1983  With W.T. Boyce, E.W. Jensen, S.A. James, "The Family Routine Inventory: Theoretical Origins, Social Science and Medicine, Vol. 4, No. 4 (1983), pp. 173-200.
1984 "Preface" to Made in Africa, by Bennetta Jules-Rosette. New Jersey: Ablex.
1984  "Life History and Religion: an Exploration in Structural Psychology," "Text, Play, and Story: The Construction and Reconstruction of Self and Society," American Ethnological Society Proceedings, Spring, 1983, ed. Ed Bruner.
1984  "Community, Nature, and Meaning: The Anthropological Vision of the Good Life," Religion and Social Issues, (Wake Forest Symposium), eds. R. Banks and R. Angell. Macon, Georgia: Mercer University Press.
1984 "Symbolic and Psychological Anthropology: The Case of Pentecostal Faith Healing" Ethos, 12 (1): 37-53.
1985 "The Malays," World Book Encyclopedia.
1986  "The Creativity of Tradition in Indonesian Religion" History of Religions, Vol. 25, No. 4 (May): 341-351.
1986 "Barchester Towers in Appalachia: Negotiated Meaning," in Discourse and the Social Life of Meaning. ed. Phillis Chock and Jane Wyman. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institute Press.
1986  "Drama and Ritual: Javanese Wayang" and "Religious Movements in Insular Southeast Asia" The Encyclopedia of Religion, ed. M. Eliade. New York: Free Press.
1986  "From Structure to Experience," Semiotica 61-1/2, 187-192.
1989  "Religion and Folk Culture in the South," The Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, eds. William Ferris and Charles Wilson. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
1988 "America as a Cultural System," in Habits of the Heart: A Commentary. Ed. Charles Reynolds. Berkeley: University of California Press.
1990 "Ethnographic Notes on Sacred and Profane Performances," By Means of Performance ed. Richard Schechner and Willa Appel. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. pp. 208-220.
1990 (With R. Tyson) "Multiplying by Dividing," in T. Evens and J. Peacock, eds. Transcendence in Society: Case Studies. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
1990  "Form and Meaning in Recent Indonesian History" in Emiko Ohnuki-Tierney ed. Culture Through Time. Stanford: Stanford University Press.
  Introduction. Javanese Lives, by Walter Williams. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press. pp. 1-9.
1992  Commentary, Margaret Blackman.Afterlives (special issue of Journal of Narrative and Life History.) 2(1):75-79.
1993  "Was It Not Real: Commentary on Ken Burns’ The Civil War" (with Virginia Moore), Proceedings, Southern Anthropological Society. Athens: University of Georgia Press.
1993 "The Narrated Self: Life Stories in Process," With Dorothy C. Holland. Ethos. 21(4). pp. 367-383.
1994 "American Cultural Values: Disorders and Challenges," in Diagnosing America: Anthropology and Public Engagement, ed. S. Foreman. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994). pp. 23-50.
1994  "Ludruk Revisited: An Epistolary Interview with James L. Peacock." James L. Peacock and Hélène Bouvier. Theatre Research International, Oxford University Press, 19(1).
1995  "Muhammadiya." James L. Peacock and Marilyn Grunkemeyer. Encyclopedia of the Modern Islamic World. Oxford University Press. Volume 3. pp. 168-169.
1995 "Fundamentalisms Narrated: Muslim, Christian, and Mystical." In Marty and Appleby, eds. Fundamentalisms Comprehended. (University of Chicago Press: Chicago, 1995). With Tim Pettyjohn. 115-134.
1995 "The History and Scope of Anthropology." Encyclopedia Americana. (Grolier Inc.). With Marilyn Grunkemeyer and Tim Pettyjohn. On CD ROM.
1997  "The Future of Anthropology," American Anthropologist, vol 99(1):1-21, March.
1997 "The Road South," The Road South (Newsletter of the Center for the Study of the American South), April.
1997  "Anthropological Perspectives on Social Issues: Community and Diversity" in Social Value and the Scholarly Community: Conversations with History and Anthropology, Association of American Geographer’s Special Publication: 1-7.
1998 "Anthropology and Issues of the Day" Anthro-Notes 1(20) Spring. Smithsonian Institution.
1998 "Anthropology in the South and the Southern Anthropological Society: Diversity, the South, Anthropology, and Culture." In Carole E. Hill and Patricia D. Beaver Cultural Diversity in the U.S. South: Anthropological Contributions to a Region in Transition. Southern Anthropological Society Proceedings, No. 31. Athens and London: University of Georgia Press, pp. 190-99. 
1998 "Substance" (from The Anthropological Lens). In Richard Deutsch Anthropology Perspectives. Braintree, Ma: Coursewise Publishing, pp. 1-15.
1998  "Rewards for Engagement," Anthropology Newsletter, vol. 39, n. 7, October.
1998  "Wellsprings of Social Values." In Milton Carrow, Robert Churchill, and Joseph Cordes, eds. Democracy, Social Values, and Public Policy. Westpost, Connecticut: Praeger, pp. 27-35. 
1998  Amerykanskie Towaarzystwo Antropologiczne I antropologia amerykanska Lud (Proceedings of the Conference, the Past and Present of Polish Ethnology on the centennial of the Polish Ethnological Society, 1996), pp. 91-99.
1998  Foreword to Michael Angrosino's Opportunity House: Ethnographic Stories of Mental Retardation. Walnut Creek: AltaMira Press, pp.11-13.
1999 "Carolina in a Global World." Commencement Address. University Gazette.  January 13.
2000 "Eye to Ear and Mouth to Hand," Anthropologist Newsletter, March.
2000 "Remember Who You Are" (Commentary on Identity), Ideas. National Humanities Center, Vol. 6, no.2, pp. 25-26.
2000 "Theory and Practice in Anthropology and by Anthropologists," NAPA Bulletin #8. American Anthropological Association.
2000 "Public or Perish," Global View. UCIS, Winter.

In Press or Submitted

  • "Belief Beheld Again: Inside and Outside the Anthropology of Religion."  Festschrift for Roy Rappaport.  Eds. Ellen Messer and Michael Lambek. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan. 
  • "Values," In Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Baltes, eds. International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences.  Oxford: Elsevier Science Limited.
  • "Regionalism and Globalism in Comparative Perspective." In Lothar Honighaussen, ed. Regionalism. Tubbingen, Germany: Stauffer Verlag.
  • Comment Pluciennik, Narrative in Archaeology. Current Anthropology.
  • "Theory and Practice" In Carole Hill ed. Theory and Practice. National Association of Practicing Anthropologists, American Anthropological Association.
  • "Action Comparativism: Efforts toward a Global and Comparative yet Local and Active Anthropology" In Andre Gingrich and Richard Fox eds. Directions in Comparativism. London: Routledge.
  • Editor, Anthropology, Dictionary of the Social Sciences, New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Review of  David Pocock, Social Anthropology, In Social Anthropology/anthropologie sociale, The Journal of the European Association of Social Anthropologists.
  • Review of John Emigh, Self and Other in Drama, American Ethnologist.
  • "Cultural Performance and Grassroots Anthropology," in Grassroots Anthropology, ed. Alan Lomax.
  • "Olympics as Ritual" in John MacAloon, ed. Olympics 1984.
  • "Southeast Asian Spirituality: An Historical and Ethnographic Sketch," in C. Long (ed.) African and Oceanic Spirituality.
  • "Divine Kingship in Java" ed. Mark Woodward (Southeast Asian Studies, Arizona State University, Special publication).
Reports
 
1978  (with Committee on External Relations, Executive Board, American Anthropological Association), Outreach Anthropology," AAA Newsletter, Vol. 19, No. 6 (June 1978), p. 10.
1978 (with committee on External Relations, Executive Board, American Anthropological Association), "Report on HEW Regulations on Human Subjects," AAA Newsletter. Vol. 19, No. 10 (December 1978) pp. 9-12.
1981 (with P.B. Carey), "Islam in Southeast Asia." Oxford: Oxford Analytica.
1990 "White Paper on the Anthropology Profession" with S. Forman, K. Newman et. al. Submitted.
1990 Various departmental reports.
1991-present Various university reports.
1996 "Faculty Roles and Rewards," October 1996.
1996 "Planning for the Future: Long-Range Planning 1997 Annual Report of the American Anthropological Association," November 1996.
1997 American Anthropological Association Code of Ethics," February 1997.
1998 3 Reports as Mediator of the David Hammonds’ case.

Comments
 

1986  Commentary on NSF Grant Review. Anthropology Newsletter.
1993 "Improving the Balance: Teaching and Research at Carolina." Endeavors. 11(1), pp. 6-7.
1994  "Continuity and Growth: Blueprint for the Association's Future." Anthropology Newsletter, 35(1).
1995 "Claiming Common Ground." AAA Newsletter. April. pp. 1 and 3.
1995 "Multiculturalism in the U.S.A." AnArchaey Notes. Vol. II(1). October. pp. 3-5.
1997 "The Concept of ‘Glocalism’," UCIS Global View, vol. XII, February.

Editorials
 

March 18, 1992 "Rewarding Faculty Can Pay Benefits," Raleigh News and Observer.
September 21, 1992  "Expanded Cultural Center Should Celebrate Black Heritage, Embrace Others," The Daily Tar Heel (Chapel Hill, NC).
January 10, 1993 "Is Teaching Undervalued and Tenure Misapplied? It's Not That Simple," Raleigh News and Observer.

PAPERS PRESENTED
 

1965  "Conceptions of Social Mobility in Javanese Drama," American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, Denver.
1965 "Drama and Revolution," Seminar, Institute for Policy Studies, Washington, DC.
1966 "Javanese Clown and Transvestite Songs," invited paper, American Ethnological Society Annual Meeting, Philadelphia.
1966 "Entertainment, Ritual, and Modernization," American Anthropological Association, Annual Meetings, Pittsburgh.
1967 "Social Effects of Javanese Drama," invited paper, American Anthropological Association, Annual Meetings, Washington, D.C.
1968 "A Problem in the Study of Ideals: Levi-Strauss' Mechanical and Statistical Models," invited paper, Wenner-Gren Conference on World View, Burg Wartenstein, Austria.
1969 "Society as Narrative," Invited paper, American Ethnological Society Annual Meeting, New Orleans.
1969 "The Southern Protestant Ethic Disease," invited paper, Conference on Bible Belt in Continuity and Change, Durham and Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
1969 Discussant, Panel on Sociological and Anthropological Theory, Southern Sociological Meetings, New Orleans.
1970 Muslim Reformers of Singapore." Invited paper, Institute for Asian Studies, Singapore.
1970 "Commentary on Professor Milton Esman's Paper regarding Racial Tension in Malaysia," Invited commentary NSF Conference on National Identities and Racial Tensions, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee, November 5.
1970 "The Silent Language." Invited paper, Annual Conference of National Council of Teachers of English, Atlanta, November 28.
1971 "Muslim Reformers in Indonesia: Psychological Aspects," presented at Symposium on Change, Southern Anthropological Society Meeting, Dallas, Texas, April 2.
1971 "Psychological Aspects of Muslim Reformers in Indonesia." Invited lecture delivered at Cornell University, May 1; Peabody Museum Colloquium, Harvard University, May 3.
1972  "Culture Pluralism in Southeast Asia." Invited paper, Duke University "Many Peoples, One Society," Conference for Teachers of Social Studies, Durham, February 15.
1972 "The Purge of Ritual during the Muslim Reformation in Southeast Asia: Psychological Consequences." Invited paper, American Anthropological Association meetings, New York, November 19.
1972 "The Muslim Reformation in Southeast Asia," lecture in William J. Cooper Foundation series on "Religion and Social Change in Southeast Asia," Swarthmore College, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania, April 15.
1972 "The Islamic Reformation in Indonesia: Changes in Society and Consciousness." Invited paper, Symposium in Southeast Asian Religion and Modernization, Annual Meetings, Society for the Scientific Study of Religion, Boston, October 31.
1972 "Symbolic Reversal and Social History: The Clown and the Transvestite of Java." Invited paper, Symposium on Symbolic Reversal, Annual Meetings, American Anthropological Association, Toronto, November.
1972 "The Islamic Reformation in Southeast Asia," lecture, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, January.
1973 "The Islamic Reformation in Southeast Asia." Invited paper, Symposium on Southeast Asian Religion, Annual Meetings, Association for Asian Studies, Chicago, April.
1973 "Theories of Ritual." Invited paper, Study Conference on Methodology of the Science of Religion, Turku, Finland, August.
1973 "Notes of the Sociology of Art." Invited Paper, Symposium on Art, International Congress of Ethnology and Anthropology, Chicago, September.
1974 "Tradition and Reform in Indonesia." Lecture, Princeton University, November; University of Virginia, January.
1974 Weberian, Southern Baptist, and Indonesian Muslim Conception on Belief and Action," Invited paper, Symposium on Belief and Action, Annual Meetings of Southern Anthropological Society, Blacksburg, Virginia, April 4-6.
1974 "Dahlan and Rasul: Indonesian Muslim Reformers." Invited paper, Symposium on Symbolic Forms in Indonesia, Singapore, and the Philippines, Ann Arbor, Michigan, April 25-27.
1974 "Secular Ritual and Archaic but Changing Society: Java and the American South." Invited paper, Conference on "Secular Rituals Reconsidered," Wenner-Gren Foundation, Burg Wartenstein, Austria, August 24-September 1.
1975 "Evolution of Performance," Invited paper, Symposium on Symbols and Behavior, American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings, Mexico City, November.
1975 "Further Research on the Southern Protestant Disease" Keynote Speech, Conference on Carolina Cultures and Mental Health, South Carolina State Hospital, Columbia, South Carolina, April 24.
1975  Discussant, Conference on Mysticism and Rationalism in South Asian Islam, Quail's Roost, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, May 12, 1975.
1975 "Categorical Traditionalism and Religious Reformism: Indonesia and the South," Duke-UNC Anthropology Symposium. Durham, NC, October 23, 1975.
1975 "Interpretation of Meaningful Forms: Durham Baptist Services," Symposium on Interpretation of Meaningful Forms (organized with Ruel Tyson), Annual Meeting, American Academy of Religion, Chicago, November 3, 1975.
1976 Discussant, "Symposium on Symbolic Anthropology," American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco, December 4, 1976.
1976  Lecture, "Traditionalism and Reformism in Java and the South," University of South Carolina, March 5, 1976.
1976 Organizer and presenter of paper for Symposium on the "South in Comparative Perspective," Southern Anthropological Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta, April 2, 1976.
1976  "Symbol, Change, Weber, Java." Lecture, University of Georgia. Athens, Georgia, October 8.
1976  Keynote Lecture, National Faculty of Humanities Conference, Cut Bank High School, Montana, May 14.
1977 "Conversion, Testimonial, and Healing," Presenter and participant, panel discussion on the Contribution of Cultural Anthropology to American Studies, Association of American Studies, Boston, October 28.
1977  "Symbol and History," lecture, UNC Philological Society. Chapel Hill, October.
1977 "Prospectus: Symbolic Anthropology," paper prepared for panel "Symbolic Anthropology and the Psychic-Social Interface," World Anthropology Conference, Houston, November 28-29.
1978  "Introduction," Culture as Meaning: Symposium in Memory of John Honigmann, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April.
1978  "Table Talk: Directions in Anthropological Thought," Annual Meeting, American Anthropological Association, Los Angeles, November 14-19.
1979  "Pentecostal Healing in the South," paper, Southern Anthropological Society Meetings, Memphis, February 23-25.
1979  "Directions in Anthropological Thought," Lecture, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia, March 23.
1979  Discussant, "Projections of the South" (conference on ethnographic film in the South): Columbia, S.C. Sept. 26-29.
1979  Organized and Chaired (in cooperation with T. Schwartz of the University of California at San Diego), "Symbolic and Psychological Anthropology," Symposium held at the 78th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, 1979, Cincinnati, Ohio.
1979  Symbolic and Psychological Aspects of Faith Healing. Paper read at above named session of American Anthropological Association Meetings.
1980  Chaired section of "The Rural South: Religious Traditions," Key Symposium of the 1980 Southern Anthropological Society Meeting, Louisville, Kentucky.
1980  Introduction. Remarks presented at above named symposium at the Southern Anthropological Society Meetings.
1980  The South in Global Perspective. Lecture delivered at Center for Special Studies, Davidson College, February 1980, Davidson, N.C.
1980  Islam in Indonesia and Singapore. Lecture delivered at Asia Society Symposium on Islam in Southeast and South Asia, February 1980, New York City.
1980  Javanese Mythic Symbols. Lecture delivered for "Symposium on Myth and Symbol." University of North Carolina at Greensboro, April 1980.
1980  The Cultural Experience of Industrialization, with Special Reference to Southeast Asia and the Southeast USA. Lecture delivered at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, April 1980.
1980  Pentecostal Faith Healing in Ethnographic Context. Psychical Research Foundation Symposium, Duke University, Durham, North Carolina, May 5.
1980  "Directions in American Anthropology," Department of Anthropology, School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, October 27.
1980  "K.H.A. Dahlan," Seminar in Anthropology and History of Southeast Asia, Trinity College, Oxford University, November 12.
1980 "Islamic Reformism in Southeast Asia," Colloquium in Southeast Asian Studies and Anthropology, University of Kent at Canterbury, November 25.
1981  "Religion and Life History: An Exploration in Structural Psychology." Department of Anthropology, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London; January 30, Oxford, Institute of Social Anthropology; March 5, 1981, Seminar in Sociology of Religion, All Souls College, Oxford University; and March 6, 1981, Department of Anthropology, Cambridge University.
1981 "Dilemmas and Directions in Anthropology." Department of Anthropology, University of Edinburgh, February 27.
1981  "The Third Stream: Weber, Parsons, Geertz." Institute of Social Anthropology, Oxford University, April.
1981  "Culture and World" Series of Lectures and Seminars at Universities of Uppsala (Institute of Cultural Anthropology), Stockholm and Goteborg, Sweden, April 29 - May 20.
1981 Discussant and chair, session on Cultural Performances, Wenner-Gren Conference on Grassroots Anthropology, Mt. Kisco, New York, October 28-31.
1981 "The Third Stream: Weber, Parsons, Geertz," Department of Anthropology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, September 30.
1981  Discussant and chair, Symposium on Ritual and Expressive Form, American Anthropological Association, annual meetings, Los Angeles: December 4.
1982  "Anthropology and Religion" lecture, Civitan Club, Chapel Hill, N.C., February 9.
1982  Discussant, Symposium on Grassroots Anthropology in the Southeast, Southern Anthropological Society, Boone, N.C.: April 14-17.
1982  "Community and Meaning: The Anthropological View of the Good Life," Luce Lecture, Wake Forest University, March 8.
1982  "Anthropology and Interpretation," 1982 Humanities Symposium, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April 30.
1982  "Sacred and Profane Performances," paper presented at Wenner-Gren Conference on "Theater and Ritual," New York, August 23 - September 1.
1982  "Primitive Baptist Preaching," (co-author R. Tyson), paper presented at American Folklore Society Meetings, Minneapolis, October 15.
1982  Chair, Symposium on Ritual, American Anthropological Association Meetings, Washington, D.C., December 4-7.
1982  "Electronic Games Viewed Anthropologically," Symposium on Electronic Games, Recreation Department, Chapel Hill, N.C.: March.
1983  "Public Ritual and Private Lives," address and "panel discussion: Ritual" (with Roger Abrahams, Dell Hymes, Barbara Myerhoff), Brown Symposium on Ritual and Performance, Georgetown, Texas, February 9-11.
1983  "Religion and Life History," American Ethnological Society Symposium, Baton Rouge, Louisiana: February 12-14.
1983  "Tensions of Modernization," Seminar on Third World, Program in the Humanities for the Study of Human Values," Chapel Hill, N.C. April 15-16.
1983  Moderator, "Carl Jung viewed psychologically and religiously," Jung Society of N.C., Chapel Hill, N.C. April 26.
1983 Discussant, "Pluralism," American Society for the Study of Religion. Stony Brook, N.Y. May 1-2.
1983 "Southern Religion in Comparative Perspective," Annual Meeting, North Carolina Teachers of Religion, Raleigh, N.C. September 20.
1983  "Public Ritual and Private Lives," Charles Colver lecture, Brown University. (Providence, Rhode Island), November 4.
1983  Chair, symposium on ritual, annual meeting, American Anthropological Association, Chicago, November 19.
1983  "Barchester Towers in Appalachia: Case study in ritual politics," UNC-CH colloquium, Anthropology Department, Chapel Hill, N.C. November 30.
1983  "Southeast Asian Biography," Campbell College, Buies' Creek, N.C. November 1.
1984  "Barchester Towers in Appalachia: Negotiated Meaning," Colloquium on Meaning in Social Life, the Anthropological Society of Washington, Washington, D.C. January 21.
1984 "Form and Meaning in Recent Indonesian History" Colloquium Series: Political and Social Practice in Post-Colonial Countries, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, January 30.
1984  Chair and Organizer, Symposium "Southern Religion in Cross-Cultural Perspective," and presenter of paper "Fundamentalism in Islam and Christianity" Southern Anthropological Society. Atlanta, April 21.
1984 "The Creativity of Tradition in Indonesia," Annual Meeting, American Society for the Study of Religion." Chicago, May 1.
1984 "From Sacred to Secular in the work of Victor Turner," Memorial Colloquium, American Anthropological Association, Denver, November 15.
1984  "An Anthropologist Goes to the Olympics" Institute for Research in Social Sciences, Chapel Hill. October 14. (Summarized in Social Science Newsletter, Vol. 70, No. 2 (Summer, 1985), pp. 77-81.
1985  "Discussion, Ethnohistory of the Southeast," Key Symposium, Southern Anthropological Society. Fayetteville, Arkansas. April 12.
1985  "Pentecostal and Calvinistic Autobiographies" Institute for Research in the Social Sciences, Chapel Hill, March 26. (Summarized in Social Science Newsletter, Vol. 71, No. 1 (Spring 1986), pp. 46-53.
1985  "Calvinism and Charisma" and "Reviewing Anthropological Proposals at NSF: Ethnographic Notes." papers presented at American Anthropological Association Meetings, Washington, D.C., December 4-8.
1986 "Form and Meaning in Indonesian History: Reflections on H.G. Gadamer," Wenner-Gren Symposium "Symbols through Time: Fez, Morocco, January 12-21.
1986  Panelist, Faculty Symposium on Robert Bellah's Habits of the Heart, UNC Humanities Program, January 31.
1986  Organizer and Chair, Key Symposium: Cultural Adaptation in the Coastal South. Southern Anthropological Society Meetings. Wrightsville Beach, N.C., April 25.
1986  Organizer and Chair, "Life Histories and Cultural Models." Southern Anthropological Society Meetings, Wrightsville Beach, N.C. April 25.
1986  Gadamer and Ethnography. Symposium on Hermeneutics. Philadelphia: American Anthropological Association Meetings, December 3.
1986  Discussant, Symposia on Psychological Anthropology and on American Ethnography. Philadelphia. American Anthropological Association Meetings.
1987 "Multiplying by Dividing," lecture, University of Virginia, Department of Anthropology, January.
1987 "Communication Among Primitive Baptists." Symposium on Religion and Communication. American Folklore Society meetings, Albuquerque, New Mexico, October.
1988  Multiplying by Dividing UNC-Chapel Hill, Philological Club. January.
1988  Discussant, Theoretical Perspectives on Love, Friendship, Marriage, Sexuality, Men, and Women. National Humanities Center, April.
1988  Organized and Chaired, annual meeting of the Society for Cultural Anthropology. Washington, D.C., May 19-21.
1988 "Divine Kingship in Java," Wenner-Gren Conference on Divine Kingship, New York, N.Y., September 28-Oct. 2.
1989  "The Narrated Self," (with Dorothy C. Holland) In Symposium on Self Narration, American Anthropological Association, Phoenix, AZ. November 18.
1989  "Analysis and Interpretation." Florida State University, Feb. 23.
1989 "Value Formation in Southeast Asian Islam." Value Formation in Asia, Georgetown, TX. March 29-30.
1989  "Conversion in Southeast Asian Islam." Plenary lecture on Conversion, American Society for the Study of Religion, Philadelphia, PA, April 29.
1989  "Max Weber and Islam." Seminar on Development, Duke University, April 13.
1989  "Cults," UNITAS, UNC-Chapel Hill, February 1.
1989 Discussant. Annual Meeting of the Society for Cultural Anthropology, Washington, D.C. May 19-21, 1989.
1989  Organizer and Chair. Symposium on the Multicultural South, Institute for the Arts and Humanities and Institute for Research in the Social Sciences. April 8, 1989.
1989 "The Narrated Individual," Invited paper, Society for Psychological Anthropology, San Diego, California, Oct. 4.
1989  "Divine Kingship in Southeast Asia," lecture, Program in Southeast Asian Studies, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, Oct. 10.
1989  "Anti-Evangelism," Invited paper, Panel on Evangelism, Association of American Studies, Toronto, November.
1989  Co-Chair, organizer and presenter, "Narrative as Empowerment," American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C. November 15-19.
1989  Leader, Roundtable Discussion, "Cultural Analysis and Psycho-analysis," American Anthropological Association Meetings, Washington, D.C. November 15-19.
1990  "Conversion," Yale University, Seminar on Prophecy and Conversion, March 29.
1990  "Ritual, Politics, and Subjectivity in Folk Calvinism," Columbia University, Department of Anthropology, April 25.
1990  Discussant, Conference on Popular Culture, Society for Cultural Anthropology, Santa Monica, California, May 18.
1990 "Belief Beheld." Stewart Lectures in Religion, Princeton University, February 21, March 14, April.
1990  "Suffering, History, and Life Stories," Symposium on Narrative, Suffering and Its Transformations, American Anthropological Association Meetings, New Orleans, November 27-December 2.
1990  Discussant, Symposium on "Life History:The Afterlife," American Anthropological Association Meetings.
1990  "Soft Lens" Cultural Worlds, Brown Symposium, Southwestern University, Georgetown, Texas, January 23-26.
1991  Discussant, "Southern Rural Communities" and paper, "The Civil War," Southern Anthropological Society, Columbia, S.C., April 19.
1991  "Nationalism and Narration," invited paper on Symbolism of Nationalism, American Ethnological Society, Charleston, S.C., March 17-18.
1991 "Fundamentalisms Compared," World Fundamentalism Project, University of Chicago, November 5.
1991 "Directions in American Anthropology," London School of Economics, November 27.
1991  "Belief Beheld," Institute for Social and Cultural Anthropology, Oxford University, November 28.
1991  Various talks to alumni, trustees, faculty, students, laity, as Chair of Faculty, UNC-Chapel Hill, 1991-present.
1992 "Interdisciplinary Studies, Multiculturalism, and the Anthropological Lens," public lecture, University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, April 13.
1992 "Belief Beheld," Colloquium, Department of Anthropology, University of Minnesota at Minneapolis, April 14.
1992 "Multiculturalism," Presidential Discussion Session. American Anthropological Association, November, 1992.
1993 "Anthropological Perspectives" (6 lectures), Obirin University, Tokyo, Japan, May 3-18.
1993  "Multiculturalism in U.S." Japan-American Society, American Embassy, Tokyo, May 12.
1994 "Anthropology’s Contribution and Position," Wenner Gren Conference on Funding, Tarrytown, NY, January 7.
1995 "Anthropology and Ethics," Carolina Speakers Lecture, Duke Forest. March.
1995  "Anthropological Perspectives on Social Issues: Community and Diversity" Plenary Address, the Association of American Geographers Meeting, Chicago, March 15.
1995  "Future of Anthropology," Keynote Address, Southern Anthropological Society, Raleigh, April 20.
1995  "American Anthropological Association," Plenary Address, 100th Anniversary of the Polish Ethnological Society, Wroclaw, Poland, September 11.
1995  "South in Comparative Perspective," Retirement Community in Greensboro, October 19 (Carolina Speakers).
1995  "Ritual and Society," Carolina Meadows, October 25 (Carolina Speakers).
1995 "Social Values and Policy," Keynote Lecture, Conference of Values and Policy, George Washington University, October 26.
1995  "From Stones and Bones to Social Issues," Binkley Baptist Church, November 7, 1995 (Carolina Speakers).
1995 "The Future of Anthropology," Presidential Address, American Anthropological Association, Washington, November 18.
1996  "The Future of Liberal Arts," Stieglitz lecture, Wooster College, Wooster, Ohio, January 22.
1996  "Prospects for Anthropology and the Long-range Plan of the American Anthropological Association," Department of Cultural Anthropology, Duke University, January 29.
1996  "Historical and Eschatological Perspectives," Harriet Elliott Social Science Forum on Global Fundamentalism, UNC-Greensboro, February 7.
1996  "Restructuring the Academy," Keynote Lecture, New York Academy of Sciences, New York City, February 8.
1996  Key Symposium, "Southern Anthropology and Diversity," Southern Anthropological Society, Baton Rouge, Louisiana February 19.
1996  "Unity and Diversity in America and Indonesia" and "Traditionalism and Postmodernism," Public Lectures, Gadja Mada University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, March 20, 25.
1996  "Reform and Religion," Muhammadiyah, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, March 28.
1996 "Moral Relativism," Ahmad Dahlan University, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, April 9.
1996 "Dialog Budaya," Discussion on Indonesian National Television, RRI, Yogyakarta, April 21.
1996  Commentator, Lived Religions Conference, Harvard University Divinity School, May 3.
1996  "Cultures and Individuals in Contact," invited session, "Rethinking Culture and the Individual, American Anthropological Association meetings, San Francisco, November 22.
1996  "Comment," Invited Session "How Others See Us: American Cultural Anthropology as the Observed rather than the Observer," American Anthropological Association meetings, San Francisco, November 21.
1996  "Region in Comparative Perspective," Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universitat, Bonn, June 28. Part of Europe Today: Regions and Nations, TransAtlantic Summer Academy.
1996  "Globalism," University of North Carolina Alumni, Goldsboro, North Carolina. Retired Citizens, Binkley Baptist Church, September 19.
PROBUS, Senior Citizen Center, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, September 26.
Raleigh Rotary Club, Raleigh, North Carolina, December.
Carole Woods Lecture Series, Carole Woods, Chapel Hill, North Carolina.
1997 Globalism," Chapel Hill High School, March 20.
1997 "Belief Beheld Again," Invited Lecture, Washington and Lee College, Lexington, VA, February 10.
1997 "Regionalism," Invited Lecture, Washington and Lee College, Lexington, VA, February 10.
1997 "Integrity Across the Disciplines," discussion of the Undergraduate Honor Court at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, March 18.
1997 "Jim -- [to] -- Kim: Twenty Years of Research on Pentecostalism," University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, March 5.
1997  Introduction, "Toward a Public Anthropology: Strategies and Prospects" University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, April 5.
1997  "Globalism," invited lecture, Transylvania Public Library, Brevard, North Carolina, August 21.
1997  "Directions in Anthropology," presentation to Board of Directors, Wenner-Gren Foundation of Anthropological Research, New York, N.Y., October.
1997 "Ethnic Cleansing," Human Rights Forum, American Anthropological Association Meetings, Washington, D.C., November.
1998  "Public or Perish" lecture, Department of Anthropology, University of Georgia, Athens, Georgia, January 30.
1998  "The South and Globalism," invited Commencement lecture to alumni, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, May 16.
1998  "Globalism and Comparativism," invited presentation Erasmus /European Union Conference on Comparativism, University of Vienna, Institut Fuer Ethnologie Kulture und Sozialanthropologie Der Universitat Wien.  Vienna, Austria, September 12-21.
1998  "Public or Perish," Public Interest Anthropology, American Anthropological Association (chairs Peggy Sanday and Elvin Hatch), Philadelphia, November.
1998  Ethnic Cleansing, Open Forum on Human Rights, American Anthropological Association, Philadelphia, November.
1999  Commentary, Keynote speech  Sheldon Hackney “Identity Politics, Southern Style," Southern Intellectual History Circle, Edgefield, S.C. March 8.
1999  Kirsch Applied, Keynote Speech, Religion, Society, and Popular Culture: An Interdisciplinary Symposium Honoring A. Thomas Kirsch, Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. February 28.

Other Presentations

 
1991-  Many talks to alumni, trustees, faculty, students, laity, as Chair of the Faculty, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. These included special events and monthly remarks to the Faculty Council until July 1994.
1994  Greetings at the Installation Ceremony and New Student Convocation for the Inauguration of Yolanda T. Moses, City University of NY. October 6.
1994  Introduction to AAA Opening Plenary Session, November 30.
1994  Intro to "Anthropological Collaborations with Public Health: A Joint Meeting of the AAA and the CDC." December 1.
1994  Chair. AAA Annual Business Meeting. December 2.
1994  Introduction to "Human Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Legal and Anthropological Perspectives," December 2.
1994  Moderator. AAA Open Forum on Human Rights, December 2.
1994  Moderator. AAA Plenary Session "Human Rights at Home and Abroad," December 2.
1994  Intro. AAA Plenary Session: Public Policy Forum, "Rethinking Race and Ethnic Categories in Federal Statistics: The OMB Directive 15," December 3.
1994  Chair and Presentation, AAA Distinguished Lecture and Awards, December 3.
1994-  Public Service Roundtable.
1994-  Meetings with Governor Hunt and other legislators.
1995  "Needs of University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill," University of North Carolina Development Council, Fall.
1995  Organizer and Introducer of 3 Presidential Symposia, "Whither the Academy," "Whither Anthropology within the Academy," and "Whither Anthropology Beyond the Academy," November 16, 17, 18.
1995  Organizer of 3 Roundtables, "Seeking Common Ground: Humanistic and Scientific Dimensions of Anthropology," facilitator at one of these Roundtable discussions, November 17, 1995.
1995  Commentaries at Conference of Chairs, Past Presidents, Open Session on Ethics, Open Session on Long-range Plan, Business Meeting, November 15-19, 1995.
1996 Lecturer, Indonesia Tour, Carolina Alumni Association and other universities, Indonesia, February 25-March 9, 1996.
1997  Discussant, "Cognitive Approaches to the Anthropology of Religion," American Anthropological Association Meetings, Washington, D.C., November.
1997  Discussant, "The Anthropology of Protestantism," American Anthropological Association Meetings, Washington, D.C., November.
1998  Acceptance Speech to the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Alumni Association for General Alumni Association 1998 Faculty Service Award. January.
1998  Chair and Commentator, "Methodologies in the Study of Religion," American Society for the Study of Religion, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April 24, 1998.
1998  Wrap-up, "Religion and Society in the 21st Century: A View from the Public University," University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April 4, 1998.
1998  Organizer and Moderator, "Deep Within and Far Away" Panel, N.C. Literary Festival, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April 5.
1998  Opening Remarks, Symposium on Eastern Europe, Center for Eastern European and Slavic Studies, April 17.
1998  Moderator, "Environment and Social Justice," Symposium in Cultural Studies, Chapel Hill, North Carolina. April 18.
1998  Lecture to Educational Fair, Saratov, Russia. May.
1998 International Studies at University of North Carolina-CH presentation to Board of Visitors, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, September 19.
1998 Discussant, Foxfire, American Anthropological Association, Philadelphia, November.
1998 Discussant, Outreach Anthropology, American Anthropological Association, Philadelphia, November.
1998 "Carolina in a Global World," Commencement address, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, December 20.
1999  "Place Matters," presentation to Fellows, Institute for Arts and Humanities March 3.
1999  The Nike issue, MBA series, Kenan-Flagler March  24.
1999  Chair, panel on human rights in Asia, UCIS and Program in Asian Studies,  April 7.
1999  Keynote address, Kappa Delta Pi (honorary society for education) initiation April 17.
1999  Discussant, Common Ground, Society for Applied Anthropology, Tucson,  April 21.
1999  International Studies and Issues, Board of Visitors, Williamston, May 6.
1999  International Studies and Issues, Board of Visitors, Raleigh, June 2.
1999 Resolution in honor of Tom Meyer, Faculty Council Meeting, September.
1999 Comments on Pramadya Toer, Psychoanalysis and Literature Seminar, Chapel Hill, October.
1999 "Ritual and Food," Honors Seminar on Food, James Ferguson, Instructor, October.
1999 Introduction of Don Baer, "Transatlantice Studies," Chapel Hill/Groningen Conference, October.
1999 The Rotary Center for International Studies and Peace, Chapel Hill Rotary Club, October.
1999 District Governors' meeting, North Carolina Roatary Clubs, November.
1999 International Studies, Chapel Hill Rotary Club, November.
1999 "Global Futures," Youth discussion, University Presbyterian Church (Carolina Speakers' talk), December.
2000 Keynote Lecture: "Grounded Globalism," Durham Academy (to kick off International Day), February 25.
2000 "Ethics in Anthropology," Carolina Seminar on Vocation, April 20.
2000 "Ethics in Anthropology," Ethical Culture Society, (Carolina Speakers' talk), April 23.
2000 "Indonesia," University Methodist Church, July 16.
2000 "Regionalism and Globalism" at "Space 2000," Bonn, Germany, July 25.
2000 "Ludruk Remembered" at "Performance Studies Revisited," Leiden, Netherlands, August 25.
REVIEWS
  • 1964 "Review of Indonesia, ed. Ruth T. McVey," Journal of Asian Studies, August, 1964.
  • 1968 "Review of Mary Hodgkin, Australian Training and Asian Living," American Anthropologist, August 1968.
  • 1968 "Review of Marion J. Levy, Jr., Modernization and the Structure of Society," in Berton Kaplan, ed., Organizations for Social Development (special issue, Administrative Science Quarterly), Vol. 13, No. 3: 511-517.
  • 1968 "Review of Victor Turner, The Forest of Symbols," American Anthropologist, Vol. 60, No. 5: 984-5.
  • 1969 "Review of V. Kavolis, Artistic Expression—A Sociological Analysis," Social Forces, Vol. 47, No. 4:513.
  • 1970 "Review of Hugh D. Duncan, Symbols in Society and Communication and Social Order," American Anthropologist, Vol. 71, No. 4: 490-492.
  • 1972 "Review of D. Yankelovich and W. Barnett, Ego and Instinct, American Anthropologist." Vol. 74, No. 4: 893-40.
  • 1973 "Review of Howard W. Beers, An American Experience in Indonesia, Social Forces. Vol. 52, Sept. 1973: 149-150.
  • 1972 "Review of Howard W. Beers, An American Experience in Indonesia," Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 31, p. 737. No. 3.
  • 1972 "Review of Guy Benveniste, Bureaucracy and National Planning," Administrative Science Quarterly. 17.
  • 1973 "Review of Daniel Lev, Islamic Courts in Indonesia," Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 33, No. 1, p. 160-61, November 1973.
  • 1974 "Review of Deliar Noer, The Modernist Muslim Movement in Indonesia, 1900 - 1942," Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 32, No. 2: 324-343.
  • 1974 "Review of Norvin Hein, The Miracle Plays of Mathura," American Anthropologist. Vol. 76, No. 4: 874.
  • 1976 "Review of Roy Willis, The Interpretation of Symbolism." American Scientist. Vol. 64, No. 2:223.
  • 1978 "Review of David Hicks," Tetum Guests and Kin." Man, Vol. 13, No. 1:152-3.
  • 1978 "Review of James Boon, Bali as Romance...," Man, Vol. 13, No. 4: 682-683.
  • 1979 "Review of Richard Weekes, Muslim Peoples," American Anthropologist. Vol. 81, No. 4: 963-964.
  • 1981 "Review of James Fox, ed. The Flow of Life. Science. Vol. 213, No. 4506: 430-431, July 24, 1981.
  • 1982 "Thick Description: Review of Clifford Geertz, Negara" London: Review of Books. Vol. 4, No. 13, 15 July, 4 August, 1982:22.
  • Reviews marked "n.d." have presumably been published, but the exact date of publication has not been determined.
    • n.d. "Review of T. Suensson and Per Sorensson (eds.) Indonesia and Malaysia: Scandinavian Studies in Contemporary Society. Ethnos.
    • n.d. "Review of Victor Turner From Ritual to Theatre," American Anthropologist.
    • n.d. "Review of Frederick Errington, Manners and Meaning in West Sumatra," Man.
    • n.d. "Review of Richard Shweder and Robert Levine, Culture Theory." American Anthropologist.
    • n.d. "Review of Robert W. Hefner, Hindu Javanese. Journal of Asian Studies.
    • n.d. Review of Victor Turner, On the Edge of the Bush and Victor Turner and Edward Bruner, eds. The Anthropology of Experience. Journal of American Folklore.
    • n.d. Review of David Napier, Masks, Transformation, and Paradox. American Ethnologist
    Stop listing reviews: June 1989.

    TEACHING

    Courses Taught
     

    Undergraduate
     
  • Introductory Anthropology
  • Freshman Seminar in Contemporary Problems
  • Human Dilemmas
  • Directions in Anthropology (Majors Course)
  • Ethnographic Study of Religion
  • Honors Seminar on Anthropology and Psychoanalysis

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    Undergraduate/Graduate  
     
  • Culture Change and Developing Areas
  • Consciousness and Symbols
  • Peoples and Cultures and Religion
  • Anthropology and Religion
  • Anthropology in the South

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    Graduate  
     
  • Seminar in Social Anthropology
  • Seminar in Anthropological Theory
  • Seminar in Regional Studies
  • Seminar in Psychological Aspects Of Modernization
  • Seminar in Life History
  • Seminar in Method For Field Research In Religion

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    Graduate/Faculty  
     
  • Seminar in "The South in Comparative Perspective"
  • Other Teaching Experience

  • Supervising numerous undergraduate and graduate independent study and "reading courses"
  • Taught courses in Princeton University experimental college
  • Taught course in University of North Carolina adult education division
  • Served as honors examiner, Swarthmore College
  • Guest lecturer in courses at Harvard, Princeton, Pennsylvania, Duke University and Emory-At-Oxford College
  • Lectures in Indonesian language to Muslim groups in Indonesia
  • Have supervised several completed doctoral dissertations (one published by Cornell University Press and one by Philosophical Library), am supervising additional doctoral students engaged in research on dissertation, and am serving on additional M.A. or Ph.D. committees
  • Extension division course, "contemporary religions," summer 1980 and 1984
  • Member of the National Humanities Faculty (which involves serving as consultant to secondary schools planning programs in the comparative study of cultures; so far have worked with schools in Scituate, Massachusetts, Whiteville, North Carolina, and Cut Bank, Montana, and have produced "Conversation" pamphlet with Carol Ryan, cited above, as result of these experiences)
  • Formerly NHF faculty coordinator for Macon County schools, N.C.
  • Consultant for National Endowment for Humanities, Roanoke College.
  • Promoter, Doctoral Dissertation by J.A. Niels Mulder, University of Amsterdam.
  • Seminar Leader, National Humanities Faculty Workshop on N.C. History. Winston-Salem, N.C. July 1-13, 1983.
  • Panel Leader, Indonesian Dance and Culture, American Dance Festival, Durham, N.C. July 1-2, 1984.
  • RESEARCH
     
    1970-1975  Analysis of ethnographic, survey, and historical materials to formulate psychological and cultural patterns of the Islamic reformation in Southeast Asia. Funded by NSF, ACLS, Wenner-Gren, and UNC-Chapel Hill.
    1973-1977 Investigation of aspects of fundamentalist religion, psychology, and culture in local settings (including psychiatric hospitals and churches) funded by UNC-Chapel Hill.
    1978-1980 Comparative study of utopian movements. (In cooperation with Terence Evens and seven students whose dissertation field research was funded by this project) funded by NIMH.
    1978, Summer Field study of Faith Healing and Conversion in Durham. (In cooperation with Ruel Tyson, Department of Religion, UNC-Chapel Hill), funded by NIMH.
    Relations between Southern Protestantism, family, and Alcoholism. (In cooperation with Steven Polgar), funded by North Carolina Alcoholism Study Center.
    1979, Summer Field Survey of Southeast Asian Faith Healing, funded by NIMH.
    1984, Summer  Cultural Aspects of the 1984 Olympic Games (with John MacAloon and others). Funded by Wenner-Gren.
    1981-present Comparative Field Study of Wesleyan and Calvinistic Religious Cultures in the American South. Ruel Tyson (Religion), Daniel Patterson (Folklore), and myself. Funded by NEH with supplement by Wenner-Gren Foundation.
    1987-1993 Travel in Kenya, Zambia, Guatemala, Indonesia, Japan, China (Kenan Fund).
    1991-present Institute on South in Comparative Perspective. Funded by Rockefeller Foundation (with Ruel Tyson).
    1996  Kenan Grant for research in Indonesia, March 11-April 22, 1996.
    1996 IRSS Summer Grant for Study of Indonesian Aircraft Factory in Mobile Alabama.
    1997  Comparative Study of Regionalism, joint project with University of Bonn, Germany, planning meeting June 20, 1997, in Bonn
    1998  The Nike Course, International Studies 92 (jointly taught with Richard Andrews and Nick Didow), Spring Semester.
    1999-2000 Reading Regions Globally.  Mellon Foundation Sawyer Seminar.  Grant.
    1999-2001  Creating the Transnational South.  With Leon Fink and Don Nonini.  Rockefeller Foundation Grant. 
    Additional information on research and research-related activities

    Consultantships

    Alcoholism and Ritual Project, George Washington University Medical School (NIMH support).
    Family Ritual Project, Psychiatry Department, UNC-Chapel Hill Medical School (NIMH support).
    Aging and Humanities Project, UNC-Chapel Hill, Department of Educational Television (NEH support).
    Randolph Technical Institute, Asheboro, NC Textile Mill Folklore Project.
    Consultant on Films
    Born for Hard Luck (Davenport films)
    Being a Joines (Davenport films)
    A Singing Stream (Davenport films)
    Java (Felix films)
    Reviewer of proposals and manuscripts for numerous funding agencies, journals, and publishers.

    List of all Book Reviews received prior to 1980

    Rites of Modernization
    Times Literary Supplement (February 1969)
    Journal of Human Relations, Vol. 19, 1, pp. 131-145
    Anthropos, 1970, pp. 336-337
    Modern Drama, February 1979, pp. 439-440
    Mittellungen des Instituts fuer Orientforschung, Vol. XV, No. 3 (1960). pp. 564-566.
    Science and Society, Vol. 33, No. 4 (1969), pp. 501-504.
    Pacific Affairs (Summer, 1969), pp. 242-244
    American Anthropologist, Vol. 71, No. 3 (1969): 535-537
    Journal of American Folklore (July-September, 1970)
    Bookman's Weekly (January 6-13, 1969)
    Journal of American Folklore (July-September, 1970)
    Bookman's Weekly (January 6-13, 1969)
    Journal of the Malaysian Branch of the Royal Asian Society, Part I, (1970), Vol. 43: 171-181.
    Man, Vol. 4, No. 2 (June 1969): 322-23
    American Anthropologist, Vol. 75, No. 2, April: 401-404
    Man, Vol. 8, No. 3, September 1973:50

    Consciousness and Change
    London Times Literary Supplement, March 12, 1976:276
    Reviews in Anthropology, Vol. 4, No. 2 (March/April, 1977), pp. 132-141; 221-222
    Man, Vol. 12, No. 1 (April 1977): 201
    Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 1978, pp. 106-108

    Freedom and Ethics
    U.S. News and World Report (back page editorial, August 16, 1967).
    York Times, October 24, 1976, p. 7-9.

    Muslim Puritans
    Journal of Asian Studies, Vol. 38, No. 4 (August 1979), pp. 841-2.
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 18, No. 4 (December 1979).
     

    Lectures, seminars, and colloquia omitted from formal vitae
    (because of lack or imprecise memory of titles)
    • lecture at Cornell University, 1964
    • lecture presented to course in folklore, University of Pennsylvania, 1966
    • lecture presented at New York University, 1968
    • presentation to University of North Carolina anthropology colloquium, 1968, 1970, 1971, 1978
    • presentation to informal colloquium sponsored by UNC Department of Religion, February 1971, 1975
    • presentation to students in Community Psychiatry, UNC summer, 1971
    • presentation to seminars in sociology, UNC, 1968, 1971, 1972
    • lecture to course on Southeast Asia, Harvard University 1971
    • colloquium, Department of Epidemiology, December 1972. University of North Carolina.
    • lecture, course on sociology of religion, University of California, San Diego, 1973
    • seminars on field method, clinical scholars program, University of North Carolina Medical School, 1974, 1976, 1977, 1978
    • lectures at high schools (Chapel Hill, North Carolina; Whiteville, North Carolina; Scituate, Massachusetts; Cut Banks, Montana) prisons (Central Prison, Raleigh, North Carolina), Churches (University Methodist, Binkley Baptist) and fraternities (St. Anthony's Hall)
    • lecture on Indonesian Islam, Duke-UNC joint course on Islam, Spring 1978
    • lecture on Socio-economic Evolution, UNC Business School Course on Business and Society, Spring 1978
    • various presentations to Anthropology classes other than own, UNC-CH
    • slide presentations on Southeast Asia to various school and Social groups
    SERVICE

    Department (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill )

  • Served on or chaired most department committees, 1968-present, Associate Chair, 1970-72; Chair, 1975-80, 1990-91
  • University (University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
  • Chair, Committee on Student Discipline, 1973-74
  • Chair, Sub-committee on Non-Western Studies, Dean's Committee on Curriculum, 1980
  • Co-Chair, Faculty Research Council, Social Science Division, 1977-79
  • Co-Chair, Working Group on Southern Studies, Institute for Research in the Social Sciences, 1990-92
  • Member, social science division committee on sabbatical policy, 1972
  • Member, social science division committee on new courses, 1972-1973
  • UNC representative, Human Relations Area Files, 1967-68
  • Member, committee on student discipline, 1972-73
  • Member, UNC committee on Research Priorities, 1979-80
  • Member, Administrative Board, UNC School of Business, 1978-1981
  • Member, Editorial Board Social Forces, 1974-75
  • Member, Administrative Board, Institute for Research in Social Science, 1975-80; 1990-1993
  • Member, Advisory Committee, Curriculum in American Studies 1978-1980
  • Member, Advisory Committee, Curriculum in Folklore, 1976-1981
  • Member, Committee on Educational Policy, 1981-83
  • Member, Non-Print Collections, Library and Media Center, 1982-1983.
  • Member, Advisory Board, Program in the Humanities and the Study of Human Values, 1984-1988
  • Member, Advisory Board, Research Laboratories in Anthropology, 1985-1990
  • Chair, Division of Social Sciences, 1985-1988
  • Member, Advisory Board, Institute for the Arts and Humanities, 1987-present
  • Member, Task Force for Evaluation by Southern Association of Universities and Colleges, 1985; 1995
  • Member, Faculty Council, 1985-1988; 1991-1997
  • Member, Committee on Honorary Degrees, 1985-1988
  • Member, Provost's Committee on Instructional Personnel, 1985-1988
  • Member, Dean's sub-committee on Instructional Personnel, 1985-1988
  • Member, Priorities Committee, 1988 -1991.
  • Member, Steering Committee, Program in Social Theory and Cross-Cultural Research, 1988 - 1993
  • Steering committee, Conference of Chairs, 1990 - 1991
  • Council of Chairs, 1990-1991
  • Administrative Board of Institute for Research in the Social Sciences, 1990-95
  • UNC Massey Awards Committee, 1992-1994
  • UNC Development Committee, 1993
  • Chancellor's Advisory Committee, 1991-1995
  • Committee on History and Culture of Blacks in America, 1994
  • Steering Committee for Bicentennial, 1993-95
  • Steering Committee, Development Priorities, UNC-CH, 1994-1995
  • Board of Directors, UNC Alumni Association, 1992-1994
  • Board of Directors, Playmakers, 1991-present
  • Chair of Faculty, University of North Carolina, 1991-1994
  • Chair and Member of numerous University Committees by virtue of election to Chair of Faculty, 1991- 1994.
  • Board of Directors, Carolina Club, 1994-1998
  • Steering Committee, Carolina Speakers, 1994-1996
  • Chair, Committee to Select Commencement Speaker, 1995
  • Co-Chair, Faculty Legislative Liaison Committee (of ECFC, UNC-CH), 1992-1995
  • Faculty Legislative Liaison Committee (of ECFC, UNC-CH), 1995-present
  • Organizer and Chair, "Memory: The South in Comparative Perspective," Friday Center, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, September 29-30, 1995
  • Chair, Conference committee on Faculty Salary Policy for University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill, 1995-1996
  • Co-chair, Faculty/staff University of North Carolina- Chapel Hill Fundraising, 1996
  • Founder and Member, Executive Committee of the Faculty Council, University of North Carolina, 1991-1996
  • Chair, Executive Committee, Center for Study of the American South, 1995-present
  • Chair, Administrative Board, Center for Study of the American South, 1996-present
  • Director, Program on Politics, Media, and Public Life, 1997
  • Chair, Committee on University Governance, 1996-1997. Member 1997-present
  • Director, Carolina Seminars, 1997-present
  • Mediator between administration and students (David Hammonds case), 1997-1998
  • Chair, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill College of Arts and Sciences Committee on International Studies, 1998
  • North Carolina Literary Festival Programming Committee, 1998
  • Advisory Board, Ackland Art Museum, 1997-1999
  • Board of Directors, University of North Carolina Press, 1998-present
  • Provost's Planning Committee for Growth, 1998
  • Member, Chancellor Search Committee, 2000
  • Member, University Priorities and Budget Committee
  • Member, CIBER (Title VI Grant), Kenan Flagler Business School
  • Member, Global Health Committee, School of Publich Health
  • Member, Search Committee, Director, Study Abroad
  • Participant, Chancellor's Retreat on Planning, January 12-13, 2000
  • Member, Committee on Morehead Planetarium assessment
  • Member, Provost's task force on faculty raises
  • Chair, Search Committee, Indonesian Instructor, Asian Studies Curriculum
  • Profession
  • Delegate, American Council of Learned Societies. 1998-present
  • Editorial Board, American Anthropologist, 1997- present
  • Advisory Board, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research 1998
  • Member, Human Rights Committee, American Anthropological Association, 1997-present
  • Chair, Long-Range Planning Committee, American Anthropological Association, 1993-1997
  • Chair, Ethics Code Committee, American Anthropological Association, 1996-1997
  • Nominator, MacArthur Foundation, 1995-1996
  • Nominating Committee, American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1995-1996
  • President, American Anthropological Association, 1993-1995
  • Member or chairman of numerous committees and commissions by virtue of election as President of American Anthropological Association such as Human Rights, Senior Anthropologists, Finance, Minorities, Academic Affairs, Executive Committee, 1993-present
  • Head, American Delegation to International Union of Anthropological and Ethnological Sciences, Florence, Italy, April 22-26, 1995
  • Board of Directors, Consortium of Social Sciences Association, 1993-1996
  • Harvard Board of Overseers, Visitation Committee for Anthropology, 1992-present
  • Advisory Board, Anthropology Department, Princeton University, 1992-present
  • Member, Executive Board, American Anthropological Association, 1975-1978; 1989-1995
  • President, Society for Cultural Anthropology, 1989-1991
  • Vice-President, American Society for the Study of Religion, 1990-1993
  • Councilor, American Ethnological Society, 1976-1979
  • President, Southern Anthropological Society, 1985-86
  • Nominee, President, American Ethnological Society, 1981, 1983
  • Executive committee, American Society for the Study of Religion, 1985-1993
  • Executive Board, Society for Cultural Anthropology (Program Chair, 1988-89), 1988-1989
  • Executive Committee, Jung Society of N.C., Triangle, 1984
  • Member, Editorial Board, Journal of Asian Studies, 1973-75
  • Member, Book Review Board, Administrative Science Quarterly, 1971-72
  • Associate and Member, Academic Programs Council, Carolina Population Center 1976-1980
  • Member, National Institute of Mental Health, Small Grants, Review Board, 1973-1978
  • Member, Policy Committee, National Anthropological Film Center, Smithsonian Institution, 1979-1980
  • National Science Foundation Review Panel, Cultural Anthropology 1982-84
  • President's Panel to diagnose anthropological approaches to disorders of industrialized society, American Anthropological Association, 1988-1990
  • Chair, Advisory Committee, Wenner-Gren Foundation
  • Member, Committee on Human Rights, American Anthropological Association
  • Member, SSRC Committee on Immigration adn Civil Religion
  • ACLS delegate from AAA
  • Member, Islamic Studies Coalition (Duke, Emory, UNC-CH)
  • Member, Visiting committee, Brown University (February, 2000; assess Anthropology, International Studies, and Islamic Studies)
  • Other
    Vice-President, Triangle Jung Society 1987-89
    Participant in service projects in Africa, Guatemala, Panama
    ELECTED MEMBER
    Phi Beta Kappa
    Who's Who in America
    Society of Sigma Xi
    American Society for the Study of Religion
    Royal Anthropological Society of Great Britain and Ireland
    Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- En Volkenkunde (Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology, Netherlands)
    Saint George Tucker Society
    Chapel Hill Rotary Club
    American Academy of Arts and Sciences
    Member
    American Anthropological Association
    American Ethnological Society
    Southern Anthropological Society
    Association for Asian Studies
    American Association of University Professors
    The Society for Values in Higher Education
    RECENT HONORS
    1998  Fellowship, Institute for the Arts and Humanities
    1998 Elected Chair, Advisory Board, Wenner Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research
    1998 Access Award, Learning Disabilities Service, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill 
    1998 General Alumni Association 1998 Faculty Service Award
    1996 Creative Programming Award for Memory Conference, Conference and Institutes Division, NUCEA
    1995 American Academy of Arts and Sciences, October 11, 1995
    1995 Order of the Golden Fleece
    1995 Thomas Jefferson Award
    1995 Mahatma Gandhi Freedom Award, College of William and Mary
    1994 Employee Forum Community Award for Improvement in Faculty/Staff Relations, UNC, Chapel Hill
    1994 Tar Heel of the Week, The News and Observer, March 20, Raleigh, NC
    2006 Citizen of the World (Council for International Affairs)
    2008 Massey Award for Service
    2008 Johnson Award for Excellence in Teaching
    Updated: June 2008