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CURRICULUM VITAE

Michael Dean Murphy




Department of Anthropology

The University of Alabama

Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487-0210

USA


Email: mdmurphy@ua.edu

FAX: (205) 348-7937

Telephones: (205) 348-1953 or 553-6025

Web page: http://www.as.ua.edu/ant/murphy


EDUCATION

1978 Ph.D., Anthropology, University of California, San Diego

1975 C.Phil., Anthropology, University of California, San Diego

1972 M.A., Anthropology, University of California, San Diego

1971 B.A., Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara, with Honors
ACADEMIC POSITIONS

1999-present Professor, Anthropology, The University of Alabama

1985-1999 Associate Professor, Anthropology, The University of Alabama

1978-1985 Assistant Professor, Anthropology, The University of Alabama

1978 Lecturer in Anthropology, The University of California, San Diego
ADMINISTRATIVE POSITIONS

2003-2013 Chair, Department of Anthropology, The University of Alabama

1983 Acting Director of Latin American Studies, The University of Alabama
FIELD RESEARCH

2014 One month of fieldwork in Andalusia, Spain



Research Focus: Gerald Brenan and El Rocío

2003 One month of fieldwork in Andalusia, Spain



Research Focus: national parks and resident peoples

  1. One month of fieldwork in Andalusia, Spain

Research Focus: Marianism and pilgrimage

1996 Three months of fieldwork in Andalusia, Spain



Research Focus: national parks and resident peoples

1988-90 Two months of fieldwork in Bakersfield, California



Research Focus: Marianism in a Chicano barrio

1984-86 Fifteen months of fieldwork in Andalusia, Spain



Research Focus: Marianism and pilgrimage

1981 One month of fieldwork in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico



Research Focus: an ethnographic reconnaissance of fishing villages

1975-76 Nineteen months of fieldwork in Seville, Spain



Research Focus: the culture and politics of the nuclear family

1973 Three months of fieldwork in Southern California



Research Focus: Catholic Pentecostalism

1972 Three months of fieldwork in Jamaica



Research Focus: politics and agricultural cooperatives

UNIVERSITY COURSES TAUGHT

Introduction to Anthropology

Intro to Cultural Anthropology

Culture and Personality

Myth, Ritual and Magic

Social Anthropology


Culture

Comparative Science of Culture

Peoples of Europe

Political Anthropology

Problems in European Ethnology


Background of Anthropological Thought

Peoples of Latin America

Anthropology of Modern Life

Maritime Anthropology

Culture & Human Experience


Blount Undergraduate Initiative: Freshman Foundations Seminar: Possibilities

The Individual & Society in Spanish Expressive Culture

The Properties of Culture



FIELDS OF SPECIALIZATION

Cultural, Political and Psychological Anthropology; Religion, Ritual, Pilgrimage, and Marianism; Anthropological Onomoastics; Anthropology of Education; Conservationism, Protected Landscapes, Resident Peoples; Spain, Mexico and California


PUBLICATIONS
Monographs and Books


  1. Michael Dean Murphy (1978) Between the Virgin and the Whore: Local Community and the Nuclear Family in Seville, Spain. Doctoral dissertation. UC San Diego.

  2. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco, editors (1998) Añorando a Andalucía hasta la muerte. Biografía, textos y notas para un homenaje al sociólogo César Graña. III Encuentro de Poetas y Escritores del Entorno de Doñana. Colleción Biblioteca Ligustina, número 3. Huelva (Spain): Fundación Odón Betanzos.

  3. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco, editors (2002) El Rocío: Análisis culturales e históricos. Huelva (Spain): Diputación Provincial de Huelva.


Articles and Book Chapters


  1. Michael Dean Murphy (1982) "The Yucatan Course and Research Opportunities in Anthropology" SECOLAS Annals, 13: 42-43.

  2. Michael Dean Murphy (1983) "Coming of Age in Seville: The Structuring of a Riteless Passage to Manhood" Journal of Anthropological Research, 39: 376-392.

  3. Michael Dean Murphy (1983) "Emotional Confrontations Between Sevillano Fathers and Sons: Cultural Foundations and Social Consequences" American Ethnologist, 10: 650-664.

  4. Michael Dean Murphy and Carlos Solis-Magaña (1983) "Cooperación y rivalidad en la costa de Yucatán: implicaciones para la expansión de una industria pesquera" Yucatán: Historia y Economía 7(39): 3-21.

  5. Michael Dean Murphy (1984) "Masculinity and Selective Homophobia: A Case From Spain" ARGOH Newsletter, 5(3):6-12.

  6. Michael Dean Murphy (1985) "Rumors of Identity: Gossip and Rapport in Ethnographic Research" Human Organization 44(2): 132-137.

  7. Michael Dean Murphy, James R. Bindon, and J. Carlos González Faraco (1986) "Una aproximación de la demografía de la aldea de El Rocío" Algaida 2(5):9-11.

  8. J. Carlos González-Faraco and Michael Dean Murphy (1986) "Cuando llegan las yeguas" Algaida 2(7):7. [Reprinted in Huelva Información, June 6, 1986, p. 30].

  9. Michael Dean Murphy (1987) "Marsh Mares of Almonte" The World and I 2(5):452-469.

  10. Michael Dean Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (1988) "Fiesta in Almonte" The World and I 3(7):480-491.

  11. Michael Dean Murphy (1988) "The Culture of Spontaneity and the Politics of Enthusiasm: Catholic Pentecostalism in a California Parish" In Culture and Christianity: The Dialectics of Transformation, George Saunders, editor. Westport,Conn: Greenwood Press. pp. 135- 158.

  12. Michael Dean Murphy and Agneta Johannsen (1990) "Ethical Obligations and Federal Regulations in Ethnographic Research and Anthropological Education" Human Organization 49(2):127-134.

  13. Michael Dean Murphy (1992) "On Jogging With Fascists and Strolling With Reds: Ethnoethnography and Political Polarization in an Andalusian Town" In The Naked Anthropologist: Accounts From Around the World, Philip DeVita, editor. Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Press. pp. 173-183.

  14. Michael Dean Murphy (1992) "Marian Apparitions: An Anthropological Perspective" The Georgia Skeptic 5(2): 4-5, 12.

  15. Michael Dean Murphy and Juan Carlos González Faraco (1992) "Feria en Almonte" In Feria 92. Almonte (Spain): Servicio de Información y Prensa del Ilmo. Ayuntamiento de Almonte. pp. 4-6.

  16. Milady Khoury-Murphy and Michael Dean Murphy (1992) "Southern (Bar)Belles: The Cultural Problematics of Implementing a Weight Training Program Among Older Southern Women" Play and Culture 5:409-419.

  17. Michael Dean Murphy (1993) "The Politics of Tumult in Andalusian Ritual" PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review 16(2): 75-84.

  18. Michael Dean Murphy (1994) "Class, Community, and Costume in an Andalusian Pilgrimage" Anthropological Quarterly 67(2): 49-61.

  19. Michael Dean Murphy (1994) "Episodes of Accountability in the Teaching of Anthropology" Human Organization 53(4):323-329.

  20. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (1996) "La feria de las yeguas: de regreso a los origines". In Revista de Feria, 1996. Almonte (Spain): Gráficas Escudero. pp. 22-25.

  21. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (1996) "Masificación ritual, identidad local y toponomia en El Rocío." Demófilo: Revista de Cultura Tradicional de Andalucía 20:101-119. [Reprinted in Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco, editors (2002) El Rocío: Análisis culturales e históricos. Huelva (Spain): Diputación Provincial de Huelva. Pp. 93-116.]

  22. Michael Dean Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (1996) "Fuentes básicas para el estudio del Rocío." Demófilo: Revista de Cultura Tradicional de Andalucía 20:195-209. [Reprinted in Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco, editors (2002) El Rocío: Análisis culturales e históricos.. Huelva (Spain): Diputación Provincial de Huelva. Pp. 179-202.]

  23. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (1996) "¿Donde está Doñana? Breve recorrido por un curioso proceso de expansión toponímica" In Fiestas de Septiembre. Bollullos par del Condado (Spain): Servicio de Información y Prensa del Ilmo. Ayuntamiento de Bollullos.

  24. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael Dean Murphy (1997) "Street Names and Political Regimes in an Andalusian Town" Ethnology 36(2):123-48.

  25. Juan Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (1997) "El nombre de Donaña: de su incierto origen y de su expansión toponímica." In II Encuentro de Poetas y Escritores del Entorno de Doñana. Antonio Ramirez, editor. Huelva (Spain): Fundación Odón Betanzos (Biblioteca Ligustina, no. 2). pp. 169-183.

  26. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (1998) “Presentación” In Añorando a Andalucía hasta la muerte. Biografía, textos y notas para un homenaje al sociólogo César Graña. M.D. Murphy and J. C. Gonzalez-Faraco, editors. III Encuentro de Poetas y Escritores del Entorno de Doñana. Colleción Biblioteca Ligustina, número 3. Huelva (Spain): Fundación Odón Betanzos. Pp. vii-x.

  27. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (1998) “César Graña: El código de un desterrado” Añorando a Andalucía hasta la muerte. Biografía, textos y notas para un homenaje al sociólogo César Graña. M.D. Murphy and J. C. Gonzalez-Faraco, editors. III Encuentro de Poetas y Escritores del Entorno de Doñana. Colleción Biblioteca Ligustina, número 3. Huelva (Spain): Fundación Odón Betanzos. Pp. 11-20.

  28. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (1998) “Notes to La Fiesta Nacional y la decadencia española by César Graña” In Añorando a Andalucía hasta la muerte. Biografía, textos y notas para un homenaje al sociólogo César Graña. M.D. Murphy and J. C. Gonzalez-Faraco, editors. III Encuentro de Poetas y Escritores del Entorno de Doñana. Colleción Biblioteca Ligustina, número 3. Huelva (Spain): Fundación Odón Betanzos. Pp. 30-39.




  1. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (1999) “El Rocío: evolución de una aldea sagrada” Aesturia 6: 89-132. [Reprinted in Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco, editors (2002) El Rocío: Análisis culturales e históricos.. Huelva (Spain): Diputación Provincial de Huelva. Pp. 55-92]

  2. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (1999) "La Saca de las Yeguas en las Marismas de Doñana." Narria: Revista de Artes y Costumbres Populares. Museo Etnológico de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Vol. 81/84, pages 33-44.

  3. Michael Dean Murphy (2000) “Catholicism” In Religion and Culture: An Anthropological Focus. Raymond Scupin, editor. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. Pp. 341-369.
  4. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (2000) “De los nombres de la Virgen. Breves apuntes.” Rocío: Boletín Oficial de la Hermandad Matriz de Almonte. 5(13): 20-24.


  5. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (2000) “La cultura ganadera en el Parque Nacional de Doñana.” In V Encuentro de Poetas y Escritores del Entorno de Doñana. Colleción Biblioteca Ligustina, número 7. Huelva (Spain): Fundación Odón Betanzos. Pp. 119-144.
  6. Michael Dean Murphy and Juan Carlos González Faraco (2000) “La aldea del Rocío y su evolución urbana (I). Desde los orígenes hasta la Guerra Civil (1936-1939).” Rocío: Boletín Oficial de la Hermandad Matriz de Almonte 5(14): 20-24.


  7. Michael Dean Murphy and Juan Carlos González Faraco (2001.) “La aldea del Rocío y su evolución urbana (II). Desde los años cuarenta a la primera fase de la masificación. Rocío: Boletín Oficial de la Hermandad Matriz de Almonte 6 (16): 15-19.

  8. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (2001) “La construcción cultural del paisaje: Doñana en la música popular rociera. In XIX Coloquio Metodológico-Didáctico de Hespérides. Alcalá la Real, Jaén (Spain): Hespérides (Asociación de Profesores de Geografía e Historia de Bachillerato de Andalucía). Pp. 11-35.

  9. Michael D. Murphy and Juan Carlos González Faraco (2002) “Notas introductorias” In El Rocío: Análisis culturales e históricos. Michael D. Murphy and J.Carlos González Faraco, editors. Huelva (Spain): Diputación Provincial de Huelva. Pp. 13-18.

  10. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2002) "Los nombres de la Virgen del Rocío: imagen, espacio y territorio en la evolución de una nomenclatura mariana". I in David González Cruz (editor) Ritos y ceremonias en el mundo Hispano durante la Edad Moderna. Segundo Encuentro Iberoamericano de Religiosidad y Costumbres Populares. Huelva: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Huelva y Centro de Estudios Rocieros. pp. 179-189.  

  11. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (2002) “Recursos bibliográficos y electrónicos sobre El Rocío.” In Pedro A. Cantero, Tras el Rocío, Gran Fiesta de Andalucía: Aproximaciones antropológicas sobre un culto festivo. Colección Cuadernos de Almonte. Almonte: Centro de Estudios Rocieros. Pp. 85-134.

  12. J. Carlos González Faraco, Michael D. Murphy, and Rafael González Faraco (2002) “Del pastor al peregrino: las sevillanas rocieras en la invención contemporánea del paisaje de Doñana.” In VI Encuentro de Poetas y Escritores del Entorno de Doñana. Colleción Biblioteca Ligustina, número 8. Huelva (Spain): Fundación Odón Betanzos.

  13. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2002) “Las yeguas marismeñas de Doñana: Naturaleza, tradición e identidad social en un espacio protegido.” Revista de Dialectología y Tradiciones Populares (Madrid) 57(2): 5-40.

  14. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (2003) “La aldea del Rocío.” Veta de la Arena XI: 116-18.

  15. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2004) “La Feria de las Yeguas: Cultura ganadera, cambio social y fiesta en Almonte.” Feria 2004. (Almonte). Pp. 17-18.

  16. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (2005) “La cultura en las marismas.” In Salvador Rodríguez Becerra, ed., Proyecto Andalucía. Antropología. Pueblos y Culturas. Vol. 11. Sevilla: Ediciones Comunitarias (Grupo Hércules). Pp. 61-114. ISBN: 84-933178-5-3.

  17. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2005) “Aqui termina la política y empieza el Rocío" Antonio Checa Godoy, editor, Crónica de un sueño. Memoria de la Transición democrática en Huelva: 1973-83. Málaga (Spain): C&T Editores. Pp. 284-287.

  18. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (2006) Religiosidad popular y paisaje: la Romería del Rocío en la producción y transmisión cultural de imágenes paisajísticas de Doñana. In Antonio López Ontiveros, Nicolás Ortega y Joan Nogué (eds.) Representaciones culturales del paisaje y una excursión por Doñana. Madrid, Spain: Editorial de la Universidad Autonónoma de Madrid Colección Estudios (ISBN: 84-8344-005-9). pp. 317-350.

  19. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2006) “Herencia cultural, identidad social y espectáculo en Doñana: el caso de las yeguas de las marismas.” In Doñana en la cultura contemporánea. J. F. Ojeda Rivera, J.C. González Farazo and A. López Ontiveros, eds. Madrid: Ministerio de Medio Ambiente (ISBN: 84-8014-674-5). Pp. 127-170.

  20. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2007) "Transformaciones culturales en la Saca de las Yeguas Marismeñas de Doñana." En La Raza Equina Marismeña de Doñana. Estudios Interdisciplinares. Mariano Herrera García, ed. Almonte (Spain): Ayuntamiento de Almonte (ISBN: 978-84-611-6244-4). Pp. 249-262.

  21. (2007) . "La Saca de las Yeguas en las Marismas de Doñana." Originally published in Narria: Revista de Artes y Costumbres Populares. Museo Etnológico de la Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. Vol. 81/84, pages 33-44. Revised versión to appear in Quinto Centenario de la Saca de las Yeguas. Primeras Jornadas sobre las razas equinas ibéricas de cría en libertad: la raza marismeña, su pasado, presente y futuro. Mariano Herrera García, Javier Pérez-Embid Wamba, and Domingo Muñoz Bort, editors. Ayuntamiento de Almonte: Almonte (Huelva), Spain.

  22. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2007) “Reina y Pastora: las representaciones duales de la Virgen del Rocío.” In David González Cruz (editor) Vírgenes, reinas y santas: modelos de mujer en el Mundo Hispano. Tercer Encuentro Iberoamericano de Religiosidad y Costumbres Populares. Huelva: Servicio de Publicaciones de la Universidad de Huelva y Centro de Estudios Rocieros.

  23. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2007) La cultural ganadera de las marismas del Guadalquivir, matriz cultural de la ganadería Americana. Revista de Feria de Almonte, 2007. Almonte: Ayuntamiento de Almonte. Pp. 8-9

  24. Michael Dean Murphy (2008) “Catholicism” In Religion and Culture: An Anthropological Focus. Second edition. Raymond Scupin, editor. Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice-Hall. Pp. 370-401. An expanded and updated revision of the chapter published in the first edition (2000).

  25. Robbie Ethridge, Kathryn H. Braund, Lawrence A. Clayton, George E. Lankford and Michael D. Murphy (2009) A Comparative Analysis of the DeSoto Accounts on the Route to and Events at Mabila. In The Search for Mabila: The Decisive Battle between Hernando de Soto and Chief Tascalusa. Vernon James Knight, Jr., editor. Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press. Pp. 153-181.

  26. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2010) Prólogo. In Rocío, sal y sol de Andalucía. La difusión nacional del Rocío, desde el siglo XIX hasta 1961. Santiago Padilla Díaz de la Serna, author.  Huelva (Spain): Editorial Hergué. Pp. 19-22.

  27. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2011) Identifying the Virgin Mary: Disarming Skepticism in European Vision Narratives. Anthropos 106(2): 511-527.

  28. Murphy, Michael D. (translator) (2012) Translation from Spanish to English of "Learning Marginality: Images of the Childhood of Beggars and Vagabonds in the Literature of 19th Century Europe" by Juan Carlos González-Faraco and Anita Gramna. History of Education Review. 41:38-51.

  29. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2012) Costume and the Play of Social Identities in an Andalusian Pilgrimage. In The Meanings of Dress. Third edition. Kimberly A. Spillman, Patricia Hunt-Hurst, and Andrew Reilly, editors. New York: Fairchild. Pp. 386-394.

  30. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2013) Intensificación cultural en El Rocío: una breve aproximación comparada a la devoción rociera. Exvoto 3(2):99-119.

  31. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (2014) El Rocío de Antoine de Latour. Exvoto 4(3):253-281.

  32. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2015) El Rocío de Gerald Brenan. Under review by Gazeta de Antropología 31(1): 1-19. http://www.gazeta-antropologia.es/




  1. Dressler, William W., Juan Carlos González Faraco, Michael D. Murphy, José Ernesto dos Santos (In press) Consonancia cultural: una teoría y un método para el estudio de la cultura y la salud. Accepted for publication in Revista de Dialectología y Tradiciones Populares. (Madrid).

  2. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (In press) El Rocío de Barón de Davillier y Gustave Doré. Accepted for publication in Exvoto.


Reviews

  1. Michael Dean Murphy (1980) "Review of Mexican-Americans in a Dallas Barrio, by Shirley Achor" South Eastern Latin Americanist 23: 14.

  2. Michael Dean Murphy (1985) "Review of Family Life in the Seventeenth Century, by Miriam Slater" Ethnohistory 32: 389-390.

  3. Michael Dean Murphy (1988) "Review of Aggression and Community, by David Gilmore" American Anthropologist 90(1):203-4.

  4. Michael D. Murphy (2014) “Review of Looking for Mary Magdalene, by Anna Fedele. Journal of Anthropological Research 70:330-331.


Refereed Abstracts:

  1. Michael Dean Murphy (1977) "Culture and Politics of the Nuclear Family in Urban Spain" Abstracts of the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, 1977. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. p. 12.

  2. Michael Dean Murphy (1978) "A Diachronic Analysis of Community in a Spanish City" Abstracts of the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, 1979. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. p. 16.

  3. Michael Dean Murphy (1980) "A Ritual Rivalry in Seville, Spain" Abstracts of the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, 1980. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. p. 157.

  4. Michael Dean Murphy (1981) "Irrationality and Honor in Andalusian Family Life" Abstracts of the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, 1981. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. p. 1.

  5. Michael Dean Murphy (1983) "Masculinity and Selective Homophobia: A Case From Spain" Abstracts of the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, 1983. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. pp. 8-9.

  6. Michael Dean Murphy (1989) "Discovering Rocío: Rival Versions of the Foundation Myth of an Andalusian Pilgrimage" Abstracts of the 88th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, 1989. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. p. 31

  7. Michael Dean Murphy (1990) "Class and Costume in an Andalusian Pilgrimage." Abstracts of the 89th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, 1990. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. p. 169.

  8. Michael Dean Murphy and Juan Carlos González Faraco (1991) "Urban Toponomy and Political Change in an Andalusian Town" Abstracts of the 90th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, 1991. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. p. 213.

  9. Michael Dean Murphy and Juan Carlos González Faraco (1992) "La Saca de las Yeguas: The Ritualization of an Andalusian Horse Roundup" Program and Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society. St. Augustine, Florida: SAS. pp. 27-28.

  10. Michael Dean Murphy (1992) "The Politics of Tumult in Andalusian Ritual" Abstracts of the 91st Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, 1992. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. p. 243.

  11. M.D. Murphy and J. C. González Faraco (1994) "Community, Regime, and Street Names in Southern Spain." Program and Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society. Atlanta, Georgia: SAS. pp. 46-47.

  12. Michael D. Murphy and J. C. González-Faraco (1994) "Ritual Scale, Social Identity, and Toponomy in a Spanish Shrine Village." Abstracts of the 93rdt Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, 1994. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association. pp. 257-258.

  13. Michael Dean Murphy and Juan Carlos González-Faraco (2000) “Cultural Intensification and Pilgrimage in Andalusia, Spain.” Program and Abstracts of the Annual Meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society. Mobile, Alabama: SAS. p. 22.

  14. J. Carlos González and Michael Dean Murphy (2001) “The ‘Almost Wild’ Horses of Doñana: Mares and Men in a Spanish National Park” to appear in Annual Meeting Program of the Southern Anthropological Society. Nashville, Tennessee: SAS, n.p .

  15. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2005) "Nature, Social Identity and Spectacle in Southern Spain" In Heritage, Environment and Tourism. Proceedings of the 65th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology. SfAA: Santa Fe, New Mexico. p. 151.

  16. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2008) “Stabilizing Tumult in Andalusian Pilgrimage” In Proceedings of the 68th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology. SfAA: Memphis, Tennessee. p. 137.

  17. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González (2009) “Faltering Performance and the Embodiment of Identity in a Spanish Ritual“ presented at the annual meetings of the Society for Applied Anthropology. Santa Fe, New Mexico.

  18. J. Carlos González, Michael D. Murphy and Manuel Leal (2013) “Narratives of Social Exclusion by Spanish Youth” presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Anthropological Society. Johnson City, Tennessee. P. 24

  19. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2015) “Embodiment and Materiality in a Distressed Spanish Ritual” to be presented to the annual meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society. Athens, Georgia. April 9-11, 2015.

  20. J. Carlos González Faraco, Inmaculada Iglesias Villarán and Michael D. Murphy (2015) “Young People with HIV in Spain: Diagnosis and Its Aftermath” to be presented to the annual meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society. Athens, Georgia. April 9-11, 2015


Published Curricular Materials

  1. Michael Dean Murphy (1991) "Peoples of Europe" In General Survey Courses on the Anthropology of Europe: A Course Design Resource for Teaching the Anthropology of Europe. Sarah C. Uhl and Donna E. Muncey (compilers). Washington, D.C.: Society for the Anthropology of Europe.

  2. Michael Dean Murphy (1993) "Peoples of Spain" In The Syllabi of Members of the Society for the Anthropology of Europe. Donna E. Muncey, compiler. SAE Resource Packet #1. Washington, D.C.: Society for the Anthropology of Europe.


PRESENTATIONS


  1. Michael Dean Murphy (1975) "Working Class Families in Seville" International Wenner-Gren Conference on the Nuclear Family, August, Madrid, Spain.

  2. Michael Dean Murphy (1977) "The Politics of Revelation in the Catholic Church" presented at the annual meeting of the Southwestern Anthropological Association, April 6-9, San Diego, California.

  3. Michael Dean Murphy (1977) "Culture and Politics of the Nuclear Family in Urban Spain" presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, November 29-December 3, Houston, Texas.

  4. Michael Dean Murphy (1978) "Politics of the Father-Son Relationship in Andalusia, Spain" presented at the first annual meeting of the International Society of Political Psychology, September 1-4, New York, New York.

  5. Michael Dean Murphy (1978) "A Diachronic Analysis of Community in a Spanish City" presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, November 14-18, Los Angeles, California.

  6. Michael Dean Murphy (1979) "The Spouse Relationship in Seville, Spain: A Transitional Phase in the Development of Sexual Equality" presented at the International Issues Workshop, Alabama Consortium for the Development of Education, January 20, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  7. Michael Dean Murphy (1980) "A Ritual Rivalry in Seville, Spain" presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, December 7, Washington, D.C.

  8. Michael Dean Murphy (1980) "The Politics of Religious Ecstasy in Catholic Pentecostalism" presented at the Colloquium of the Department of Anthropology, September 12, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  9. Michael Dean Murphy (1981) "Women and Anthropology" Women in Science Conference, National Science Foundation, February 17, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  10. Michael Dean Murphy (1981) "The Yucatan Field Course and Research Opportunities in Anthropology" presented at the annual meeting of the South Eastern Council of Latin American Studies, April 18, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  11. Michael Dean Murphy (1981) "Yucatán y la antropología en la Universidad de Alabama" presented at the conference, Presencia de la Universidad de Alabama en Yucatán, May 26, Mérida, Yucatán, México.

  12. Michael Dean Murphy (1981) "Irrationality and Honor in Andalusian Family Life" presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, December 2, Los Angeles, California.

  13. Michael Dean Murphy (1982) "Cooperation and Rivalry in Coastal Yucatan" presented at the Colloquium of the Department of Anthropology, April 9, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  14. Michael Dean Murphy (1983)"Masculinity and Selective Homophobia: A Case From Spain" presented at the annual meeting of the American Anthropological Association, November 17, Chicago, Illinois.

  15. Michael Dean Murphy (1984) "Spanish Families: Three Structural Types" presented at the Instituto de Lenguas Modernas, February 9, Seville, Spain.

  16. Michael Dean Murphy (1985) "El Rocío" presented at the Instituto de Lenguas Modernas, June 16, Seville, Spain.

  17. Michael Dean Murphy (1986) "La Romería del Rocío: la perspectiva antropológica" presented at the Instituto de Los Rosales, June 9, Huelva, Spain.

  18. Michael Dean Murphy (1987) "The Monday Procession of the Virgin of the Dew" presented to the Institute of Social Science Research, The University of Alabama, April 1, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  19. Michael Dean Murphy (1987) "The Cultural Framing of a 'Chaotic' Ritual in Andalusia" presented at the annual meetings of the American Ethnological Society, May 1, San Antonio, Texas.

  20. Michael Dean Murphy (1988) "Marianism in Southern Spain" presented to Shelton State Community College, October 28, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  21. Michael Dean Murphy (1989) "Pilgrimage and Procession in Andalusian Marianism" presented to California State University, May 25, Bakersfield, California.

  22. Michael Dean Murphy (1989) "Central and South American Indians" presented to the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute in Latin American Studies,June 12, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  23. Michael Dean Murphy (1989) "Hispanics in the United States" presented to the National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Institute in Latin American Studies, June 27, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  24. Michael Dean Murphy (1989) "On the Identification of Apparitions in Accounts of the Miraculous" First Friday Conference on Letters, Science and Medicine, College of Community Health Sciences, October 6, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  25. Michael Dean Murphy (1989) "Discovering Rocío: Rival Versions of the Foundation Myth of an Andalusian Pilgrimage" presented at annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, November 15, Washington, D.C..

  26. Michael Dean Murphy (1990) "Class and Costume in an Andalusian Pilgrimage" presented at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, December 2, New Orleans, Louisiana.

  27. Michael Dean Murphy and Juan Carlos González Faraco (1991) "Urban Toponymy and Political Change in an Andalusian Town" presented at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, November 24, Chicago, Illinois.

  28. Michael Dean Murphy and Juan Carlos González Faraco (1992) "La Saca de las Yeguas: The Ritualization of an Andalusian Round-Up" presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Anthropological Society, April 25, St. Augustine, Florida.

  29. Michael Dean Murphy (1992) "The Politics of Tumult in Andalusian Ritual" Presented at the annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, December 4, San Francisco, California.

  30. Michael Dean Murphy (1993) "Anthropology's Third Century" Presented to the Campus Peace and Justice Coalition of The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

  31. M.D. Murphy and J. C. González Faraco (1994) "Community, Regime, and Street Names in Southern Spain." Presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Anthropological Society, April 30, Atlanta, Georgia.

  32. Michael D. Murphy and J. C. González-Faraco (1994.) "Ritual Scale, Social Identity, and Toponomy in a Spanish Shrine Village." Presented at the 93rdt Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Dec. 2,1994, Atlanta, Georgia.

  33. Michael Dean Murphy (1995) "Comments: Sociological Ambivalence, Schismogenesis, and Cultural Models" Andrew Mellon Foundation Symposium on Cultural Models and Ambivalence: At the Crossroads of Cognitive and Psychoanalytic Anthropology. Emory University, Atlanta, Georgia, March 17 & 18, 1995.

  34. Michael Dean Murphy (1995) "Witchcraft: Another Muddled Anthropological Category" Presented to the Anthropology Club of the University of Alabama. October 28, 1995

  35. Michael Dean Murphy (1996) "¿Que tendrá Ella? Impresiones de un antropólogo norteamericano en El Rocío" Paper presented to the Fundación Odón Betanzos Palacios. Rociana del Condado (Huelva), Spain. May 3, 1996.

  36. Michael Dean Murphy (1996) "La Universidad en Norteámerica" Paper presented to the Departamento de Educación of the Universidad de Huelva, Spain. May 30, 1996.

  37. Michael Dean Murphy (1998) ““Myth, Legend, Folktale” presented to Alabama Humanities Foundation SUPER Institute 1998: Asian Myths and Ancient Tales. Tuscaloosa, AL. June 28, 1998.

  38. Michael Dean Murphy (1998) “Why Study Myths?” presented to Alabama Humanities Foundation SUPER Institute 1998: Asian Myths and Ancient Tales. June 28, 1998. Tuscaloosa, AL

  39. Michael Dean Murphy (1999) “Identifying Mary: Cultural Complexity, Affective Appeal, and Cognitive Suitability in European Vision Narratives” presented to the Department of Anthropology, The University of California, San Diego. April 5.

  40. Michael Dean Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2000) “Cultural Intensification and Pilgrimage in Andalusia, Spain” presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Anthropological Society. Mobile, Alabama. March 10.

  41. Michael Dean Murphy (2000) “Vernacular Catholicism in Mexico” presented at “"Church and Power in Latin America", A Latin American Studies Program Roundtable. The University of Alabama. Tuscaloosa, Alabama. November 7.

  42. J. Carlos González and Michael Dean Murphy (2001) “The ‘Almost Wild’ Horses of Doñana: Mares and Men in a Spanish National Park” presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Anthropological Society. Nashville, Tennessee. April 7.

  43. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2001) "Los nombres de la Virgen del Rocío: imagen, territorio y comunidad en la evolución de una nomenclatura mariana". Presented at the Segundo Encuentro Iberoamericano de Religiosidad y Costumbres Populares, "Ritos y ceremonias en España y América durante la Edad Moderna". Huelva, Spain. November 23.

  44. Michael D. Murphy (2001) “Marianism and Social Identities in Southern Spain.” Inaugural Lecture for Religion in Culture Series. Department of Religious Studies, UA. November 29.

  45. J. Carlos González Faraco and Michael D. Murphy (2004) . “La Saca de las Yeguas: un análisis cultural” Presented at the Quinto Centenario de la Saca de las Yeguas. Primeras Jornadas sobre las razas equinas ibéricas de cría en libertad: la raza marismeña, su pasado, presente y futuro. Almonte (Huelva), Spain. November 27, 2004.

  46. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2005) “Nature, Social Identity and Spectacle in Southern Spain” presented at the annual meetings of the Society for Applied Anthropology. Santa Fe, New Mexico. April 4, 2005.

  47. Michael D. Murphy (2005) Discussant. “Faith and Folk Religion in Hispanic Communities” presented at the annual meetings of the American Folklore Society, Atlanta, Georgia. October 19-23, 2005.

  48. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2005) “Pastora y Reina: las representaciones duales de la Virgen del Rocío” presented at the III Encuentro Iberoamericano de Religiosidad y Costumbres Populares. Huelva, Spain. November 18-23, 2005.

  49. Michael Dean Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2007) “A School for Ritual: Stabiliizing Tumult in an Andalusian Pilgrimage” presented at the annual meetings of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Tampa, Florida. March 31, 2007.

  50. Michael Dean Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2009) “Faltering Performance and the Embodiment of Identity in a Spanish Ritual” presented at the annual meetings of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Santa Fe, New Mexico. March, 2009

  51. J. Carlos González, Michael D. Murphy and Manuel Leal (2013) “Narratives of Social Exclusion by Spanish Youth” presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Anthropological Society. Johnson City, Tennessee. March 9, 2013.

  52. Michael Dean Murphy (2014) “Diversidad y contrastes en la cultura universitaria norteamericana” presented to the Universidad de Huelva (Spain). February 14, 2014.

  53. Michael Dean Murphy (2014) “Lo public y lo privado en la cultura universitaria norteamericana: el caso de la Universidad de Alabama” presented to the Universidad de Granada (Spain). February 25, 2014.

  54. Michael D. Murphy and J. Carlos González Faraco (2015) “Embodiment and Materiality in a Distressed Spanish Ritual” to be presented to the annual meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society. Athens, Georgia. April 9-11, 2015.

  55. J. Carlos González Faraco, Inmaculada Iglesias Villarán and Michael D. Murphy (2015) “Young People with HIV in Spain: Diagnosis and Its Aftermath” to be presented to the annual meeting of the Southern Anthropological Society. Athens, Georgia. April 9-11, 2015.


VISUAL ANTHROPOLOGY

Compiler of The Photographic Archive of Yucatan. This collection of black and white hotographs (1600 negatives; 700 prints) depicts the archaeology, ethnology, architecture, art and geography of the Yucatan Peninsula of southeastern Mexico. The archive is housed in the Special Collections Building of the Library of the University of Alabama.


GRANTS, AWARDS, SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS
2013 McClintock Endowed Faculty Enhancement Award, College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Alabama.

2012 The Jim Salem Chair Award, College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Alabama, for Outstanding Leadership to Students, Faculty and the College

2001-04 Distinguished Teaching Fellow, College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Alabama

2003-04 Senior Blount Fellow, College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Alabama

1998-01 Senior Blount Fellow, College of Arts and Sciences, the University of Alabama

1996 Research grant, awarded by the Research Grants Committee of the University of Alabama

1996 Research Grant, Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research

1995 Cecil and Ernest Williams Faculty Enhancement Award

1988 Research Grant, awarded by the Research Grants Committee of the University of Alabama

1986 Research Grant, awarded by the Research Grants Committee of the University of Alabama

1985 Research Grant, awarded by the Research Grants Committee of the University of Alabama

1984-5 Spain Research Fellowship, awarded by the US-Spanish Joint Committee for Educational and Cultural Affairs administrated by The Fulbright Scholar Program of the Council for International Exchange of Scholars

1984 Research Grant, awarded by the Research Grants Committee of the University of Alabama

1981 Mini-Grant, awarded by the Research Grants Committee of the University of Alabama

1980-3 Faculty Venture Fund Grant, awarded by the University of Alabama

1976-7 Dissertation Fellowship, awarded by the National Council of Graduate Research

1972-6 National Institute for Mental Health Traineeship

1966-70 California State Scholarship


MEMBERSHIPS AND OFFICES IN ACADEMIC ASSOCIATIONS

American Anthropological Association (Fellow) Society for the Anthropology of Europe

Society for Applied Anthropology (Fellow) Society for the Anthropology of Religion

American Names Society




  • Member of the Board of Directors of The Association of Legal and Political Anthropology, 1983-85; Member of the Nominating Committee, 1991-92

  • Member of the Editorial Board of Mythosphere: A Journal for Image, Myth and Symbol (1998-2001)

  • Member of the Board of Trustees (Consejo Rector) of the Center for Rocío Studies (Centro de Estudios Rocieros) of Almonte, Spain (1998-2011)

  • Member of the Scientific Committee (Comite Cientifico) of the journal Exvoto, Spain (2011-present).


REFERENCES
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