Daniel T. Kline
Chair and Professor of English
Daniel T. Kline (Ph.D., Indiana University) specializes in Middle English literature and culture, literary and cultural theory, and digital medievalism, and his research concerns children, violence, and ethics in late-medieval England and neomedievalism and digital gaming (curriculum vitae). He has published in Chaucer Review, College Literature, Comparative Drama, the Journal of English and Germanic Philology, and Philological Quarterly, among others, and has chapters in The Cambridge Companion to Medieval Women's Writing (Cambridge, 2003), Translating Desire in Medieval and Early Modern Literature (ACMRS, 2005), Mass Market Medievalism (MacFarland, 2007), Essays on Medieval Childhood (Shuan Tyas, 2007), Cultural Studies of the Modern Middle Ages (Palgrave, 2007), Levinas and Medieval Literature (Duquesne, 2009), and The Texts and Contexts of Oxford, Bodleian Library, MS Laud Misc. 108 (Brill, 2011). He edited Medieval Children's Literature (Routledge, 2003), the Continuum Handbook of Medieval British Literature (Continuum, 2009), and Digital Gaming Re-Imagines the Middle Ages (Routledge, 2014), and co-edited, with Gail Ashton, Medieval Afterlives in Popular Culture (Palgrave-Macmillan, 2012). The author/webmaster of The Electronic Canterbury Tales <www.kankedort.net>, Kline is Professor and Chair of English at the University of Alaska Anchorage, USA.
Ph.D. Indiana University – Middle English Literature & Literary Theory
Middle English literature & culture, Chaucer, medieval drama, literary & cultural theory, digital medievalism, neomedievalism & digital gaming, religion & culture.