Stephanie Shiflett

Graduate Student in French,
Teaching Fellow in French
718 Commonwealth Avenue, Room B01
BA, University of Kansas
MA, University of Kansas


Stephanie’s research interests encompass the intersection of cartography, anatomy, and theology in early modern literature. Her dissertation, “Anatomical Cartography and Religious Dissent,” explores how early modern texts conveyed a theological stance, and thus a political opinion, through the figuration of the body and its localization in the cosmos. Secondary research interests include ecocriticism, landscape studies, and travel literature.¬†Before coming to Boston University, Stephanie Shiflett earned an M.A. in French and B.A. in French, history, and creative writing at the University of Kansas.¬†

Supervisors: Irit Kleiman, and Tom Conley