- Senior Sustainability Scholar, Global Institute of Sustainability and Innovation
- Associate Professor, School of International Letters and Cultures, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Juliann Vitullo served as Associate Director (2010-2016) and is an Associate Professor of Italian Studies in the School of International Letters and Cultures at Arizona State University. Prof. Vitullo’s publications include the co-edited volumes At the Table: Metaphorical and Material Cultures of Food in Medieval and Early Modern Europe (2007) and Money, Morality, and Culture in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (2010). Her current research continues to focus on aspects of material culture and identity including a monograph on discussions of fatherhood during the development of the mercantile economy in Italy, and a study of the historical and cultural factors that support local food networks and sustainability movements in small and mid-size Italian cities
- PhD, Indiana University-Bloomington, 1991
- MA, Indiana University-Bloomington, 1987
- BA (cum laude), University of Illinois-Urbana-Champaign, 1982
Vitullo, J. M. 2014. Otium and Negotium in Alberti's I libri della famiglia. Annali d'Italianistica 32:3-19. (link )
Vitullo, J. 2010. Taste and temptation in Early Modern Italy. The Senses and Society 5(1):106-118. DOI: 10.2752/174589310X12549020528293. (link )
Vitullo, J. 2008. Femininity in the marketplace: The ideal woman in fourtheenth-century Florence. Early Modern Women: An Interdisciplinary Journal 3(Fall):211-216. (link )
Vitullo, J. 1998. The conflicting "family values" of the Marciano XIII manuscript. Italian Culture 16(2):1-14. DOI: 10.1179/itc.19184.108.40.206. (link )
Vitullo, J. 1996. Masculinity, sexuality, and orientalism in the Medieval Italian epic. Olifant 21(1-2):71-97. (link )
Vitullo, J. M. 1996. Orality, literacy and collective identity: The Carolingian Epic in Italy. Olifant 20:13-32.
Vitullo, J. and A. Baker. 1996. Mysticism and the household saints of everyday life. Voices in Italian Americana 17(2):55-68.
Vitullo, J. 1994. Contained conflict: Wild men and warrior women in the early Italian epic. Annali d'Italianistica 12:39-59. (link )
Vitullo, J. M. 1993. Orality, literacy, and the prose epic: The case of Andrea da Barberino's Ugo d'Alvernia. The Italianist 13(1):29-46. DOI: 10.1179/ita.19220.127.116.11. (link )
Vitullo, J. and D. Wolfthal eds. 2010. Money, Morality, and Culture in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Ashgate Publishing. ISBN: 13: 978-0754664970.
Tomasik, T. J. and J. M. Vitullo eds. 2007. At the Table: Metaphorical and Material Cultures of Food in Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Brepols Publishers. DOI: 10.1484/M.ASMAR-EB.6.09070802050003050203090809. ISBN: 978-2-503-52398-9.
Vitullo, J. M. 2000. The Chivalric Epic in Medieval Italy. University of Florida Press. Gainesville, FL. ISBN: 13: 978-0-8130-1815-7.
Vitullo, J. and D. Wolfthal. 2010. Trading values: Negotiating masculinity in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Pp. 155-196 In: Vitullo, J. and D. Wolfthal eds., Money, Morality, and Culture in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe. Ashgate Publishing. ISBN: 13: 978-0754664970.
Vitullo, J. M. 2009. In bed with the infidel. In: Giordano, P., M. Letteri and J. D. Calandra eds., Delectando Discitur: Essays in Honor of Edoardo A. Lébano. Bordighera Press. New York, NY.
Vitullo, J. 2005. Fashioning fatherhood: Leon Battista Alberti's arf of parenting. Pp. 341-354 Childhood in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance: The Results of a Paradigm Shift in the History of Mentality. Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co. Berlin. ISBN: 978-3110184211.
Vitullo, J. 2005. Fatherhood, citizenship, and children's games in fifteenth-century Florence. Pp. 181-192 In: Voaden, R. and D. Wolfthal eds., Framing the Family: Narrative and Representation in the Medieval and Early Modern Periods. Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. ISBN: 978-0866982979.
Baker, A. and J. Vitullo. 2001. Screening the Italian-American male. Pp. 213-226 In: Lehman, P. ed., Masculinity: Bodies, Moview, Culture. Routledge. ISBN: 978-0415923231.