Stefanie Goyette


Ph.D., Harvard University

B.A., Johns Hopkins University

Areas of Interest: Medieval Literatures and Cultures; Art History; Film Studies

Course(s) Taught: Cultural Foundations I


    Summer Study Grant (for the Institute of French Cultural Studies at Dartmouth), Harvard University/Bacon Fund, Summer 2009 and 2013
    Dissertation Completion Fellowship Harvard University, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences 2011-2012

Teaching Statement: To live in the world is to interpret cultural productions, interpersonal relationships, and activities such as work, study, and play. In the teaching and practice of humanistic studies, I hope to enable students to better examine their place in the world and the materials that they create and to which they are exposed, from art and social media to advertisement and political discourse. By working and discussing together, we can learn to ask questions about the power we exercise and that which is exercised upon us.


"Milk or Blood?: Generation and Speech in Chrétien de Troyes' Perceval ou le Conte du graal." Forthcoming in Arthuriana (2016).

"Modeling Subjecthood in MS Paris, BNF fr. 2168: Marie de France's Lay of 'Yonec,' 'The Lay of Narcisus and Dané,' and 'Aucassin and Nicolette.'" Forthcoming in Le Cygne (2015).

Review of Katherine A. Brown’s Boccaccio’s Fabliaux: Medieval Short Stories and the Function of Reversal (Gainsville: UPF, 2014). The Medieval Review, May 2015.

"An Intemperate Map: Orientation and Disorientation in the Old French Fabliau 'Les trois Dames de Paris.'" French Studies 69.2 (2015).

Updated on 09/23/2015