Julien R. Stout

French and Italian


(609) 258-1171


307 East Pyne



Professor Julien R. Stout focuses on the “birth of the French author” in the transnational market of medieval book production, as well as the sonic and sensorial experiences or multilingualism in Jewish and Christian sun poetry involving Old French. Moreover, Professor Stout analyzes how contemporary theories of subjectivity have obfuscated our relationships to the medieval past.

Julien R. Stout is a member of associated faculty for the Program in Medieval Studies. Read his full bio on the French & Italian website.

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