Julian Müller is a sociologist. He researches and teaches general sociology, sociological theory, political sociology, communication and media theories, and cultural sociological issues.

Together with Prof. Dr. Astrid Séville and Dr. Christian Kirchmeier, he leads the Gerda Henkel Foundation-funded research project "Re/Presentation. New Forms of Political Address and Advocacy" (www.re-praesentation.de), which focuses on the changing forms of political communication. He is also interested in the interrelationship between architecture and society. Together with Prof. Dr. Matthias Castorph, he deals with everyday urban situations and with everyday architecture as a board member of the Institute for General Architecture.

Julian Müller's publications include Politische Rede-Weisen. Ein Essay. Tübingen: Mohr Siebeck 2023 (together with Astrid Séville); Niklas Luhmann. Philosophie für Einsteiger. München: Wilhelm Fink 2016 (together with Ansgar Lorenz); Bestimmbare Unbestimmtheiten. Skizze einer indeterministischen Soziologie. München: Wilhelm Fink 2015.