Sarah-Grace Heller

Associate Professor of French
Faculty
Faculty Advising Graduate Work

Sarah-Grace Heller is Associate Professor of French, specializing in Medieval Studies. Her publications include Fashion in Medieval France (Boydell, 2007), A Cultural History of Fashion in a Medieval Age (Berg, 2016), and articles related to sumptuary law, crusade literature, the Roman de la Rose, and the semiotics of culture.  Her current projects include An Illustrated History of Medieval Fashion 500-1350.  She is president of the Société Guilhem IX and active in Occitan studies, and has served as director and associate director of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies.

Areas of Expertise
  • Medieval French literature, language & culture
  • Medieval Occitan literature, language & culture
  • Fashion theory and material culture
Education
  • PhD University of Minnesota 2000
  • BA Grinnell College 1993

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