Faculty & Staff

Daniel Remein, PhD

Assistant Professor of English, College of Liberal Arts


Areas of Expertise

Early and Late medieval literature; 20th-century and contemporary poetry and poetics; eco-poetics, aesthetics, site-specificity, queer theory, and phenomenology; medievalism, philology, and the history of Old English Studies.


PhD in English, New York University
MFA in Poetry, University of Pittsburgh
BA in English and French, Baldwin-Wallace College

Professional Publications & Contributions

Additional Information

Selected Poetry publications:

The Book of Perceval, from Holy Grail continuation, TAG 7.2

Pearl: A New Transcription from The British Library MS Cotton Nero A.x (art. 3), first published as a chapbook by The Organism for Poetic Research, reprinted in Cotton Nero A.x, David Hadbawnik, Daniel C. Remein, Chris Piuma, and Lisa Ampleman (Eth Press, 2014).

Old English text of a selection from Jack Spicer's "Portrait of the Artist as a Young Landscape," Kadar Koli 8 (2011).

Selections from Wlite: MS Qvi, LIT 23 (2013).

Selections from Wlite: MS Qvi, “Brief Statement on ‘Violence’ for Poetry Magazine,” from “Grail continuation,” Kadar Koli 7 (2012).

“Julian of Norwich, Appearing in Dishwater,” LIT 18 (2010)

“The Exegete: Fable and Homily,” Sentence 6 (2009)

"exergue," Shampoo, 36 (2009).

Reading, at the Center for Marxist Education, Cambridge, MA, April 27, 2014

Editorial Boards:

Glossator: Practice and Theory of the COmmen
O-Zone: A Journal of Object-Oriented Studies

eth Press: Postmedieval Poetries, co-editor

Organism for Poetic Research, co-founding editor

Whiskey & Fox (literary magazine), Editor

Courses Taught at UMass Boston:

ENGL 440, History of the English Language
ENGL 202, Five British Authors