In the face of a great deal of uncertainty about how the pandemic will unfold and how long social distancing will be required, we are engaged in making preparations for the coming academic year. The aim is to ensure this year's courses will be as challenging and inspiring as always, regardless of the circumstances.
2022-23 GRADUATE ENGLISH COURSES: Consult the timetable (http://www.english.utoronto.ca/grad/courses/2022-23_TimetableCourses.htm) for updated course changes, including times, cancellations, rooms, and locations.Please Note: Courses may be subject to changes and/or cancellations.
2022-23 Fall/Winter ACORN Enrolment Dates for English Graduate Courses
All times listed are EDT.
Fall 2022 and Winter 2023 ACORN course enrolment for continuing and incoming students have been stepped as follows:
Current and Incoming PhD and PhD U students – 7 June (ACORN opens at 6:00am) to 12 August
Enrolment Closed – from 3pm on 9 June (to reset ACORN for MA enrolment the next morning)
Incoming and Continuing MA students – 10 June (ACORN reopens 6:00am) to 12 August
**E N R O L M E N T C L O S E D**
Enrolment Reopens – 6 September @ 10:00 am
2022 Fall (F) Term
2023 Winter (S) Term
2022-2023 Fall-Winter Course Timetable
1000 Series Course Descriptions (Medieval Literature)
2000 Series Course Descriptions (Renaissance Literature)
3000 Series Course Descriptions (Restoration and Eighteenth Century Literature)
4000 Series Course Descriptions (Victorian and Romantic Literature)
5000 Series Course Descriptions (Twentieth and Twenty-first Century British and Irish Literature; Canadian Literature; American Literature; World Literatures in English)
6000 Series Course Descriptions (Aspects of Theory)
Credit/Non-Credit Course Descriptions (Required Ph.D. Courses)
Creative Writing Workshop Description (Creative Writing)
Critical Topographies: Theory and Practice of Contemporary Literary Studies in English Course Description
Cross-Listed Courses (TBA as available)
Courses of Interest (TBA as available)
We wish to acknowledge this land on which the University of Toronto operates. For thousands of years it has been the traditional land of the Huron-Wendat, the Seneca, and the Mississaugas of the Credit. Today, this meeting place is still the home to many Indigenous people from across Turtle Island and we are grateful to have the opportunity to work on this land.