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Anthony Revelle

Visiting Assistant Professor of French, French and Francophone Studies

Education & Professional History

Office Hours: Mon-Wed 10-12

Université de Caen, BA, MA ; University of Michigan – Ann Arbor, PhD

Anthony Revelle (PhD, University of Michigan) teaches courses on Medieval literature, creative writing, and food cultures in France across time periods and communities. His research focuses on flesh, embodiment, eating as a social practice, and the production of the Other in commensal contexts. He has published articles on the consumption of flesh and on crossing boundaries between genders and among humans and animals in Old French narratives. His current research project interrogates what makes the human and the nonhuman in medieval literature, with a focus on corporeality, animality, and the materiality of social hierarchies.

Highlights & Recent Activity

Recent articles:

“Courtly Carnality. Consuming Flesh in the Lai d’Ignaure,” Exemplaria, 35.1, 2023.

“De l’autre côté de la barrière. Franchir la frontière entre l’homme et l’animal avec le Roman de Renart,”
Frontière·s, 4, Université Lumière Lyon 2, 2021.

Current Courses

  • Fall 2023
    FREN 101: Elementary French
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    FREN 204: Intermediate French
  • Winter 2024
    FREN 243: Food in French Fiction
  • Spring 2024
    FREN 103: Intermediate French
  •  
    FREN 244: Contemporary France and Humor
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    FREN 391: Independent Study