Daniel T. Kline
Associate Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator
Daniel T. Kline (Ph.D., Indiana University; M.Div., Southern Seminary) specializes in Middle English literature and culture, Chaucer, literary and cultural theory, and digital medievalism (cv). His recent publications include essays in Chaucer Review, College Literature, Comparative Drama, the Journal of English and Germanic Philology, and Philological Quarterly, and recent chapters in the Cambridge Companion to Medieval Women (Cambridge, 2003), Translating Desire in Medieval and Early Modern Literature (MRTS, 2005), Mass Market Medievalism (McFarland, 2007), Essays on Medieval Childhood: Responses to Recent Debates (Shaun Tyas, 2007), Cultural Studies of the Modern Middle Ages (Palgrave, 2007), and Levinas and Midieval Literature: The 'Difficult Reading' of English and Pabbinic Texts (Duquesne, 2008). He has edited Medieval Children's Literature (Routledge, 2003), and the Medieval British Literature Handbook (Continuum, 2008). and is co-editing The Medieval in Motion, a volume on contemporary film, TV, and videogame neo-medievalism. His research concerns children, violence, and sacrifice in late-medieval England, and he has essays forthcoming on children in Middle English literature, John Lydgate's Siege of Thebes, and the apocryphal Infancy of Jesus Christ in MS Laud 108. Prof. Kline an Associate Professor of English and Graduate Program Coordinator. He is also the author/webmaster of The Electronic Canterbury Tales.
Ph.D. Indiana University
medieval literature, Middle English literature and culture, Chaucer, medieval drama, literary and cultural theory, religion and literature, technology and pedagogy