Department of English

University of Toronto

2017-18 Course Timetable

Graduate Course Timetables with links to Course Descriptions* - 2017-2018

F-Term Timetable (Fall or First Term)

S-Term Timetable (Spring or Second Term)

Y-Term Timetable (Full Year courses)

*Please note: Some rooms are still TBA.  Course scheduled time, Descriptions, Reading List, and/or Location may be subject to change.

 


F-Term
Graduate Course Timetable - 2017-2018
(Fall)

 Time

 Monday

 Tuesday

 Wednesday

 Thursday

 Friday

9am-

11am

2 hrs

ENG6490HF

The Postcritical Turn

T. Dancer

Rm. JHB 718

2 hours

 

ENG8000HF

Texts, Theories,

and Archives 

D. Galbraith

Rm. JHB 616

2 hours

 

9am-

12pm

3 hrs

 

 

ENG4222HF

Romanticism and Mobility

A. Bewell

Rm. JHB 616

3 hours

10am-

12pm

2 hrs

ENG5317HF   

Amorous Americans: Sexuality and the United States Novel

M.Cobb

Rm. UC 255  

2 hours

10am-

1pm

3 hrs

 

ENG6999YF
Critical Topographies

A. Dubois & J. Lopez 

Rm. JHB 100a

2 hours (10-12)
*Additional 1 hour (12-1) Breakout Sessions
in 2 rooms
(JHB 617 & 

JHB 718) 3 hours total

 

11am-

1pm

2 hrs

 


ENG5051HF

Energy and
Economy in the
American
Renaissance  
A. Ackerman
Rm. JHB 718
2 hours

 

ENG6066HF
Style:
Authorial Signature

in the Age of Cybertechnology
U. Esonwanne
Rm. JHB 616
2 hours

 

12pm-

2pm

2 hrs

ENG6529HF
Critical
Animal Studies
S. Salih  
Rm. JHB 718
2 hours

 

 

ENG6494HF
Psychogeography
and the Mapping

of Literary
Space  
S. Radović
Rm. JHB 616
2 hours

1pm-

3pm

2 hrs

 

ENG6540HF    

The Victorian Novel, Literally  

C. Schmitt

Rm. JHB 616

2 hours

ENG5049HF
Liberalism, Community, and American Literature
N. Dolan
Rm. JHB 616
2 hours


ENG2019HF

Early Modern Psyches:

Shakespeare and Psychoanalysis 
E. Harvey
Course
moved 

to SUMMER

2018

ENG1333HF
Reception of the Classics in
Middle English Literature

K. Gaston
Rm. JHB 617
2 hours

2pm-

4pm

2 hrs

ENG6553HF   

Law as Literature: Story and Style in a Culture of Argument

G.Henderson  

Rm. JHB 718  

2 hours

 

ENG5040HF
Pathological
Forgetting in
Canadian Literature
M. Goldman
Rm. JHB 616
3 hours

3pm-

6pm

3hrs

ENG2533HF
Shakespeare's
Language 
L. Magnusson
Rm. JHB 616
3 hours

ENG3251HF

Varieties of (18th-Century) Religious

Experience

A. Hernandez

Rm. JHB 718

3 hours
ENG9500HY
Professional
Development 
H. Murray
(alternate weeks,
room booked
extra hour for
presentations)
Rm. JHB 616 
2 or 3 hours

ENG6034HF
Old and New
Materialisms
L. Blake
Rm. JHB 617
3 hours

4pm-

7pm

3 hrs

ENG1001HF

Old English I

A. Walton Rm. JHB 718

3 hours

6pm-

8pm

2 hrs

 

ENG4756HF   

Class and the Victorian Novel

A. Jaffe

Rm. JHB 614

2 hours

 

ENG6950YY   

Creative Writing

Workshop

R. McGill

(F-Term)

Rm. JHB 617

2 hours


NB: THIS
COURSE

IS 3 HOURS IN LENGTH, 6PM-9PM  ENG2983HF *               

Paradise Lost   

M. Nyquist    

Rm. JHB 614    

3 hours      

3 HOURS, 6PM-9PM 

* NB: DAY CHANGE

  

 

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S-Term

Graduate Course Timetable - 2017-2018 (Spring)

 

 Time

 Monday

 Tuesday

 Wednesday

 Thursday

 Friday

9am-

11am

2 hrs

 

ENG4622HS
Brontë and Dickens 
D. Wright
Rm. JHB 718
2 hours  

JLE5116HS
Naming the
World: Realism
Travels the
Globe
N. ten Kortenaar
Rm. BT 319           2 hours

 

ENG5030HS           

The Child at the Social Limit in Contemporary US Fiction 

N. Morgenstern    Rm. JHB 718

2 hours

 

 

  
 

   10am-

1pm

3 hrs

 

 

ENG9900HS

Professing

Literature 

M. Sergi

Rm. JHB 616

3 hours  

 

ENG2288HS

Renaissance Keywords   

M. Rubright
Cancelled

11am-

1pm

2 hrs

ENG4801HS
Aging and Older Age in the Nineteenth- Century British Novel

A. Charise
Rm. JHB 616 

2 hours

ENG1002HS

Old English II:

Beowulf

H. Momma   

Rm. JHB 617

2 hours  

ENG5717HS
The CanLit Boom
of the 1960s
N. Mount  
Rm. JHB 718
2 hours

ENG5313HS

Poets &

Playwrights:

Eliot, Stein,

Auden

L. Switzky 

Rm. JHB 616

2 hours  

 

1pm-

3pm

2 hrs

ENG6365HS

Diasporic Englishes

C. Percy
Rm. JHB 616
2 hours  

ENG6010HS

Bad Feelings: Between Affect Theory and Psychoanalysis

M. Ruti         

Rm. JHB 718

2 hours

ENG5020HS

#Blacklivesmatter: Contemporary

Black Canadian

Literature

K. Vernon
Rm. JHB 616     

2 hours

  

ENG6501HS

Life, Death, and American Fiction
D. Seitler
Rm. JHB 616
2 hours

 

1pm-

4pm

2 hrs

 

 

  

      

  

ENG3073HS

Richardson’s Clarissa: Fiction, Contexts, and Criticism

S. Dickie
Rm. JHB 616
3 hours

   3pm-

6pm

3 hrs

 

ENG2470HS
Milton,
Globalism,
and the
Post-national
P. JHB 616
3 hours

ENG6044HS

The Literature of

Protection

P. Downes

Rm. JHB 718  

3 hours


ENG9500HY
Professional
Development 
H. Murray
(alternate weeks,
room booked
extra hour for
presentations)
Rm. JHB 616 
2 or 3 hours


CANCELLED
ENG5991HS
Postcolonial
Tragedies:
Theory,
Literature,
Criticism
A. Quayson

    

   4pm-

6pm

2 hrs

ENG1551HS Chaucer's Canterbury Tales

S. Akbari
Rm. LI 301, Lillian Massey Building, 125 Queen's Park 

2 hours

     

     

     

 

   6pm-

8pm

2 hrs

     

ENG6950YY

Creative

Writing

Workshop

G. E. Clarke

(S-Term)

Rm. UC 248

2 hours  

 

ENG5253HS    

Simply Divine!

The Novels

of Evelyn

Waugh and

Graham Greene                     

R. Greene

Rm. JHB 614
2 hours   

     

  

6pm-

9pm 

3hrs

 

  

  

     

 

 

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Y-Term

Graduate Course Timetable - 2017-2018 (Full Year)

 Time

 Monday

 Tuesday

 Wednesday

 Thursday

 Friday

3pm-

6pm

3 hrs

ENG9500HY
Professional
Development 
H. Murray

(alternate weeks,
room booked
extra hour for
presentations)
Rm. JHB 616

2 or 3 hours

6pm-

8pm

2 hrs

ENG6950YY

Creative

Writing

Workshop

G. E. Clarke (S-Term)

Rm. UC 248

2 hours

ENG6950YY 

Creative

Writing

Workshop

R. McGill (F-Term)

Rm. JHB 617  

2 hours

 

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