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Curriculum Vitae
Kathleen M Erndl
March 07, 2016

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

E-mail address: kerndl@fsu.edu



Professional Preparation
1987 Ph.D., University Of Wisconsin-Madison. Major: South Asian Language and Liter. Religions of South Asia.
1981 M.A., Indiana University Bloomington. Major: Religion.
1978 Advanced Diploma, Central Insiitute of Hindi, India. Major: Hindi.
1977 M.A., University Of Arizona. Major: Oriental Studies.
1974 B.A., New College, Florida. Major: Religion/Anthroplogy.

Professional Experience
1996–present Associate Professor, Religion, Florida State University.
1993–1996 Assistant Professor of Religion, Religion, Florida State University.

Visiting Professorship(s)
2007–present Courtesy Associate Professor of Religion, University of Florida.
1992 University of Wisconsin-Madison, South Asian Studies.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
University Teaching Award, Florida State University (2006).

Developing Scholar Award, Florida State University (2000).

Teaching Incentive Award, Florida State University (1997).

University Teaching Award, Florida State University (1997).



Fellowship(s)
Guggenheim Fellowship (2000–2001).

National Endowment for the Humanities (1999–2000).

American Institute of Indian Studies Senior Reseach Fellowship (1997).

Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Academy of Religion

Association for Asian Studies



Teaching
Courses Taught
Film Pedagogy (HUM 6939)

India Through Bollywood Film (IFS 3050)

Mahabharata: Text and Interpretation (RLG 6298)

Elementary Sanskrit I (SRK4102)

Special Topics in Asian Religions (REL4359)

Special Topics in Asian Religions (REL5354)

Special Topics in Religion (REL3936)

Special Topics in Religion (REL5937)

Tutorial in Sanskrit Texts (REL5915)

Intermediate Readings in Sanskrit I (SRK5236)

Religions of South Asia (REL2315)

Goddesses, Women, and Power in Hinduism (REL3337)

Intermediate Readings in Sanskrit II (SRK5237)

Hindu Texts and Contexts (REL3335)

Modern Hinduism (REL4333)

Modern Hinduism (REL5332)

Elementary Sanskrit II (SRK4103)

Tutorial in Sanskrit Texts (REL4912)

Seminar Topics (HUM6939)

Seminar: Religious Movements and Institutions (REL6596)

Humanities: South Asian (HUM3413)

Seminar: History of Religions (REL5305)

Undergraduate History of Religions Seminar (REL4304)

Elementary Sanskrit II (SAL4101)

Elementary Sanskrit I (SAL4100)

Modern Hinduism (REL5339)

Gender and Religion (REL3145)

New Course Development
India Through Bollywood (2014)

Religions of South Asia--on-line (2013)



Doctoral Committee Chair
Thich, Q. M., graduate. (2007). Vietnamese Buddhism in America.

Del-Vecchio, J. M., doctoral candidate.

Beitmen, L., doctoral student.

Mullins, R., doctoral student.

Peters, R., doctoral student.

Doctoral Committee Cochair
Carson, P. E., doctoral candidate.

Doctoral Committee Member
Clendenning, E., graduate. (2014).

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

Simmons, Caleb (U. of Florida), graduate. (2014).

Vyas, A., graduate. (2014).

Zhai, W., graduate. (2014).

Piuatti, V., graduate. (2014).

Gilliam, D., graduate. (2013).

Ruggiero, R. N., graduate. (2013).

Tanner, S., graduate. (2013).

Brown, S. B., graduate. (2012).

Bryant, C., graduate. (2012).

Samanta, S., graduate. (2012).

Bengford, T. J., graduate. (2012).

Lola Williamson (U. Of Wisconsin), graduate. (2005).

Newcomb, C., graduate. (2003).

Nki, J., graduate. (2001).

Lifschitz, S., graduate. (1999).

Scouton-Johnson, D., doctoral candidate.

Whylly, S. E., doctoral candidate.

Henry, P., doctoral candidate.

Lowe, J., doctoral candidate.

Collins, D., doctoral student.



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Clendinning, E. A., graduate. (2014).

Gilliam, D. M., graduate. (2013).

Tanner, S. L., graduate. (2013).

Brown, S. L., graduate. (2012).

Samanta, S., graduate. (2012).

Bryant, C. L., graduate. (2012).

Rill, B. R., graduate. (2011).

Galloway, I. A., doctoral candidate.

Meeks, J. M., doctoral candidate.

Starling, D. L., doctoral candidate.



Master's Committee Chair
Edoho-Eket, N. R., graduate. (2012).

Carbone, J., graduate. (2008). Vaisnava goddess as plant : Tulasi in text and context.

Simmons, C., graduate. (2008).

Sineath, S., graduate. (2004). Son preference and sex selection among Hindus in India.

Hendry, M., graduate. (2003). The prolific goddess : imagery of the goddess within Indian literature.

Froelich, M., graduate. (2002).

Sayers, M., graduate. (2002).

Thich, Q. M., graduate. (2001).

Williamson, L., graduate. (1999).

Willis, P., graduate. (1998).

Houston, J., graduate. (1998).

Henry, P. T., graduate. (1997).

Eagan, T., graduate. (1997).

Morgan, C., graduate. (1995).

Newman, C., graduate. (1994).

Reed, I., student.



Master's Committee Member
Bailey, C., graduate. (2012).

Muldowney, K. K., graduate. (2011).

McCune, L., graduate. (2007).

Stoltz, C., graduate. (2007).

Bell, C., graduate. (2006).

Newberry, Laura (Claremont), graduate. (2006).

Alsobrook, K., student.

Smith, C., student.



Bachelor's Committee Chair
Watts, A., graduate. (2014).

Sharma, S., graduate. (2011).

Betts-Green, D., graduate. (2009).

Bachelor's Committee Member
Aryan, H., graduate. (2014).

Payne, S., graduate. (2014).



Alvarez, L., graduate. (2012).

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Invited Journal Articles
Erndl, K. M. (2011). Rita Gross as Teacher, Mentor, Friend. Buddhis-Christian Studies, 31, 63-67.

Refereed Journal Articles
Erndl, K. M. (2016). Religious and National Identity in My Name is Khan. Journal of Religion and Film, 20 iss. 1, Article 5. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/jrf/vol20/iss1/5
Erndl, K. M. (2013). . "Woman Becomes Goddess in Bollywood: Justice, Violence, and the Feminine in Popular Hindi Film,". Journal of Religion and Film, 17.2, 1-32. Retrieved from http://digitalcommons.unomaha.edu/jrf/vol17/iss2/1/
Erndl, K. M. (1991). Fire and Wakefulness: The Devi Jagrata in Contemporary Panjabi Hinduism. Journal of the American Academy of Religion, 59, 339-360.

Refereed Books
Erndl, K. M. (1993). Victory to the Mother: The Hindu Goddess of Northwest India in Myth, Ritual, and Symbol. New York: Oxford University Press.

Edited Books
Erndl, K. M., & Hiltebeitel, A. (Eds.). (2000). ¬Is the Goddess a Feminist? The Politics of South Asian Goddesses. New York: New York University Press.

Invited Book Chapters
Erndl, K. M. (2002). Foreword. In L. Foulston (author) (Ed.), At the Feet of the Goddess: The Divine Feminine in Local Hindu Religion (pp. iv-v). Sussex: Sussex Academic Press.

Refereed Book Chapters
Erndl, K. M. (2007). The Play of the Mother: Possession and Power in Hindu Women's Goddess Rituals. In T. Pintchman (Ed.), Women's Lives, Women's Rituals in the Hindu Tradition (pp. 149-158). New York: Oxford University Press.
Erndl, K. M. (2006). Possession by Durga: The Mother Who Possesses. In J.S. Hawley, & V. Narayanan (Eds.), The Life of Hinduism (pp. 158-172). Berkeley:University of California Press.
Erndl, K. M. (2004). Śākta. In S. Mittal, & G. Thursby (Eds.), The Hindu World (pp. 140-161). London: Routledge.
Erndl, K. M. (2004). Afterword. In K. Pechelis (Ed.), The Graceful Guru: Hindu Female Gurus in India and the United States (pp. 245-249). New York: Oxford University Press.
Erndl, K. M. (2001). Goddesses and the Goddess in Hindu Religious Experience: Constructing the Goddess Through Personal Experience. In T. Pintchman (Ed.), In Search of Mahadevi: Constructing the Identities of the Hindu Great Goddess. Albany: State Univbersity of New York Press.
Erndl, K. M. (2000). A Trance Healing Session with Mataji. In D. G. White (Ed.), Tantra in Practice (pp. 97-115). Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Erndl, K. M. (2000). Is Shakti Empowering for Women? Reflections on Feminism and the Hindu Goddess. In K.M. Erndl, & A. Hiltebeitel (Eds.), Is the Goddess a Feminist? The Politics of South Asian Goddesses (pp. 91-103). New York: New York University Press.
Erndl, K. M., & Hiltebeitel, A. (2000). Introduction: Writing Goddesses, Goddesses Writing, and Other Scholarly Concerns. In K.M. Erndl, & A. Hioltebeitel (Eds.), Is the Goddess a Feminist? The Politics of South Asian Goddesses (pp. 11-23). New York: New York University Press.
Erndl, K. M. (1997). The Goddess and Women's Power: A Hindu Case Study. In K.L. King (Ed.), Women and Goddess Traditions in Antiquity and Today (pp. 17-38). Minneapolis: Fortress Press.
Erndl, K. M. (1996). Seranvali: The Mother Who Possesses. In Wulff, D., & Hawley, J.S. (Eds.), Devi: Goddesses of Indfia (pp. 173-194). Berkely: University of CaliforninaPress.
Erndl, K. M. (1991). The Mutilation of Surpanakha. In P. Richman (Ed.), Many Ramayanas: Diversity of a Narrative Tradition in South Asia (pp. 67-88). Berkeley: University of California Press.
Erndl, K. M. (1989). Rapist or Bodyguard, Demon or Devotee? Images of Bhairo in the Mythology and Cult of Vaisno Devi. In A. Hiltebeitel (Ed.), Criminal Gods and Demon Devotees: Essays on the Guardians of Popular Hinduism (pp. 239-250). Albany: State University of New York Press.

Refereed Encyclopedia Entries
Erndl, K. M. (2005). New Hindu Movements. In R.S. Keller, & R. R. Ruether (Eds.), The Encyclopedia of Women and Religion in North America (Vol. 2, p. 666-672). Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Erndl, K. M. (1998). Parvati. In S. Young (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Women and World Religions. New York: Macmillan.
Erndl, K. M. (1998). Yoni. In S. Young (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Women and World Religions. New York: Macmillan.

Invited Reviews
Erndl, K. M. (2000). Devi: The Great Goddess. Female Divinity in South Asian Art by Vidya Dehejia. Journal of Asian Studies.
Erndl, K. M. (1998). Images of Women in Maharashtrian Literature and Religion edited by Anne Feldhaus. Journal of Asian Studies.
Erndl, K. M. (1996). A Survey of Hinduism, 2nd edition by Klaus Klostermeier. Religious Studies Review.
Erndl, K. M. (1996). Women and Religion in India: An Annotated Bibliography of Sources in English 1975-92. Religious Studies Review.
Erndl, K. M. (1994). The Camphor Flame: Popular Hinduism and Society in India by C.J. Fuller. Journal of Asian Studies.
Erndl, K. M. (1989). Women, Branch Stories, and Religious Rhetoric in a Tamil Buddhist Text by Paula Richman. Society for South Indian Studies Newsletter.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2003). The Play of the Mother. Paper presented at International Seminar, "Shaktika Ascending: Reframing Gender in the Context of Culture of India,", Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, Bhubaneshwar, India. (International)

Invited Papers at Symposia
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2008). Possessed Bodies: Hindu Women, Śakti, and Power. In S. Freitag (Chair), Material Object and Performance Events Conference. Symposium conducted at the meeting of North Carolina Center for South Asian Studies, Duke University, Durham, NC. (National)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2015, May). Religious and National Identity in My Name is Khan. Paper presented at 2015 International Conference on Religion and Film, Centre for Values Education and Journal of Religion and Film, Istanbul, Turkey. (International)
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2013, November). Representations of Islam and Indianness in My Name is Khan,". Paper presented at American Academy of Religion, American Academy of Religion, Baltimore, MD. (National)
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2013, June). "Nobody's Co-star: Madhuri Dixit as Film Star and Goddess". Paper presented at Conference on the Study of Religion in India, Conference on the Study of Religion in India, Drew University, Madison, NJ. (National)
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2010). The Scholarly Contributions of Rita Gross from the Viewpoint of a Former Student. Paper presented at American Academy of Religion, American Academy of Religion, Atlanta, GA. (National)
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2010). 'When a Woman Becomes Chandika': Justice, Violence, and the Feminine in Popular Hindi Film. Paper presented at Dharma Academy of North America/American Academy of Religion, American Academy of Religion, Atlanta, GA. (National)
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2007). Review of The Self Possessed: Deity and Spirit Possession in South Asian Literature and Civilization By Frederick M. Smith. Paper presented at American Academy of Religion/Dharma Academy of North Americ, American Academy of Religion/Dharma Academy of North America, San Diego, CA. (National)
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2005). How I Became a Holy Mother: The 'Real' Story. Paper presented at Conference on the Study of Religion in India, Conference on the Study of Religion in India, Albion, MI. (National)
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2003). Play of the Mother: Possession and Power in Hindu Women's Goddess Rituals. Paper presented at Conference on Religions in the Indic Civilization, Centre for the Study of Developing Societies in collaboration with the International Association for the History of Religions, New Delhi, India. (International)

Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Symposia
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2013, October). "Woman Becomes Goddess in Bollywood,". Keynote presentation in Research on Performance in Context Working Group (Chair), Research on Performance in Context Working Group Symposium. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Florida State University, Florida State University. (Local)
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2010). Sex and Sensibility: Interrogating Gender and Values in Bollywood Cinema. Plenary presentation in Graduate Students, FSU (Chair), Religion Department Graduate Student Symposium. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. (National)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2013, November). . Presenter on panel to review the book Woman and Goddess in Hinduism: Reinterpretations and Re-envisionings, edited Rita Sherma and Tracy Pintchman. Presentation at DANAM/American Academy of Religion, DANAM/American Academy of Religion, Baltimore, MD. (National)
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2013, November). Presided over screening of film, My Name is Khan, with Q & A. Presentation at American Academy of Religion, American Academy of Religion, Baltimore, MD. (National)
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2010). Respondent for session "Female Leaderships and Alternative Authorities in Hinduisms and Judaisms. Presentation at American Academy of Religion, American Academy of Religion, Atlanta, GA. (National)
Erndl, K. M. (presented 2009). Respondent for session, Singing, Burning, Healing, Meditating: Women in Contemporary South Asian Religions. Presentation at American Academy of Religion, American Academy of Religion, Montreal, Canada. (International)

Refereed Presentations at Conferences
Erndl, K. (presented 2014, April). Bollywood and Religion: Issues and Approaches. Presentation at International Conference on Religion and Film, Journal of Religion and Film, University of Nebraska-Omaha. (International)

Refereed Workshops
Erndl, K. (2015, October). "Prosociality in History and Historiography: Can Big Gods Tip the Balance in World History?" South Asia Panel. Workshop delivered at University of British Columbia, Cultural Evolution of Religion Research Consortium, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada. (International)

Invited Lectures and Readings of Original Work
Erndl, K. M. (2016, January). Goddesses, Women and Star Persona in Bollywood Film. Delivered at Dartmouth University, Hanover, New Hampshire. (National)
Erndl, K. M. (2011). 'Woman Becomes Goddess in Bollywood: Justice, Violence, and the Feminine in Popular Hindi Film. Delivered at Center for the Study of Hindu Traditions, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL. (State)
Erndl, K. M. (2007). Body, Voice and Spirit: Hindu Women, Goddesses and Possession. Delivered at Goodspeed Lecture Series, Denison University, Granville, OH. (Local)
Erndl, K. M. (2004). The Play of the Mother: Possession and Power in Hindu Women's Goddess Rituals. Delivered at Center for South Asia Lecture Series, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI. (Local)

Contracts and Grants
Contracts and Grants Funded
Erndl, Kathleen M (PI). (Dec 2013–Nov 2014). PG: Bollywood and The Sacred: Religious Symbolism and Religious Identity in Popular Hindi Cinema. Funded by FSU CRC. Total award $11,599.

Service
Florida State University
FSU University Service
Member, Fulbright Selection Committee (2010–present).
Representative of Arts and Sciences, Faculty Senate (2006–present).
Member, Graduate Policy Committee (2001–2010).

FSU College Service
Member, Religion Dept. Chair Advisory Committee (2012).

FSU Department Service
Undergraduate Advisor, Advising (2015–present).
Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Interdisciplinary Humanities (2009).

FSU Institute or Center Service
Affiliate, South Asian Media Studies Research (2013–present).

The Profession
Editor for Refereed Journals
Book Editor, International Journal of Dharma Studies (2014–present).
Journal of Asian Studies (2000–2004).

Reviewer or Panelist for Grant Applications
National Endowment for the Humanities (2008–present).
FSU, COFRS (2009–2010).
American Academy of Religion (1998–2008).

Service to Professional Associations
South Asia Council, Association for Asian Studies (2013–present).

Service to Other Universities
Courtesy Associate Professor, Department of Religious Studies and Center for the Study of Hindu Traditions (CHITra) (2007–present).

Additional Service Not Reported Elsewhere
Erndl, K. M. (2010). Faculty Advisor. Seminole Bhangra.
Erndl, K. M. (2009). Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Interdisciplinary Humanities, Interim. Florida State University.
Erndl, K. M. (2009–2010). Faculty Advisor. Association for Interdisciplinary Research.
Erndl, K. M. (2009). Faculty Advisor. Indian Students Association.
Erndl, K. M. (1997–2002). Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Religion. Florida State University.

Officer in National Professional Organization
Erndl, K. M. (2013–2016). South Asia Council. Association for Asian Studies.


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