Sarah Blick teaches courses on medieval and Asian art history. In addition to her intermediate courses on early medieval art, Romanesque and Gothic art, late Gothic art, and art of China, she offers more specialized upper-level courses, such as the Parish Church in Late Medieval England and Used Books: Medieval Manuscripts and Incunabula.

She has published widely on pilgrim souvenirs and the cult of St. Thomas Becket of Canterbury Cathedral. She enjoys editing and has published (as editor) several volumes of scholarly essays devoted to late medieval art and Peregrinations: Journal of Medieval Art & Architecture for the International Society for the Study of Pilgrimage ArtShe is co-editor of Art and Material Culture of the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, a book series published by Brill Press, Leiden. Her current research focuses on late Gothic parish church baptismal font covers and devotional practices.

Areas of Expertise

Medieval art history, Asian art history.

Education

1994 — Doctor of Philosophy from Univ Kansas

1990 — Master of Arts from Univ Minnesota Minneapolis*

1985 — Bachelor of Arts from Univ Akron

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