Department of English

University of Toronto

2019-2020 Timetable & Courses

Graduate Course Timetables with links to Course Descriptions* 2019 - 2020

F-Term Timetable (Fall or First Term)

S-Term Timetable (Spring or Second Term)

Y-Term Timetable (Full Year courses)

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

NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, most Graduate English courses will be held in the Jackman Humanities Building (i.e., JHB), 170 St. George Street.


F-Term Graduate Course Timetable

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9am- 11am 

 2 hrs

ENG3252HF
The Postsecular Eighteenth Century
A. Hernandez
Rm. JHB 718
 COURSE CANCELLED 8/15/2019 
ENG5555HF
Archived Toronto: Literary and Cultural Tracings
H. Murray
COURSE CANCELLED 8/13/2019

ENG6890HF
Reading Auerbach's Mimesis
C. Warley
Rm. JHB 718

10am- 12pm 

2 hrs

ENG6494HF
Psychogeography and the Mapping of Literary Space
S. Radovic
Rm. JHB 616 

10am- 1pm   

3 hrs

ENG6999YF
Critical Topographies
A. Dubois & J. Lopez
10am-12pm,
Rm. JHB 100
12pm - 1pm
Breakout sessions in rooms JHB 617  & JHB 614

11am- 1pm     

2 hrs

ENG6065HF
Repetition in Modern Thought and Culture
U. Esonwanne
Rm. JHB 718

ENG1001HF
Old English I
D. Klausner
Rm. LI 301 Lillian Massey Building (Centre for Medieval Studies, 125 Queen's Park, 3rd floor)

ENG8000HF
Texts, Theories, Archives
D. White
Rm. JHB 616
(NB: FOR ONE CLASS
ONLY, on Wednesday,
Oct. 23,
this course
is rescheduled from Oct. 18)

11am-2pm   

3 hrs

ENG6519HF (NEW COURSE ADDED MAY 23, 2019)
Postcolonial Theory and the World Literature Debates
A.F. Raza Kolb
Rm. JHB 616

ENG5141HF
Staging Environmental Crisis in 21st-Century Canadian Lit
T. Aguila-Way
Rm. JHB 718

12pm- 2pm   

2 hrs

ENG5906HF (NEW COURSE ADDED MAY 23, 2019)
Black Pulp Fiction (& Non-Fiction)
G. E. Clarke
Rm. UC 257 

ENG8000HF
Texts, Theories, Archives
D. White
Rm. JHB 616
(NB: There will
be no class on
Oct. 18, but
instead a
rescheduled class
will be held on
the following Wednesday, Oct. 23,
from 11-1 in room
JHB 616)

1pm- 3pm   

2 hrs

ENG6521HF
Literature and Medicine: Corpus, Theory, Praxis
A. Charise
Rm. JHB 616 

ENG6950YY
F-Term: Creative Writing Workshop
R. Greene
Rm JHB 617

ENG2230HF
Discourses of Colonialism and Early Modern Literature
M. Nyquist
Rm JHB 718

ENG6181HF
Permaculture and Literature
A. Most
Rm. JHB 616

2pm- 4pm

2 hrs

ENG1551HF
Chaucer's Canterbury Tales K. Gaston
Rm. LI 301 Lillian Massey Building (Centre for Medieval Studies, 125 Queen's Park, 3rd floor)

3pm- 6pm 

3 hrs

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

ENG9500HY
Professional Development
H. Murray
Rm. JHB 616

3pm-5pm

2 hrs

ENG4502HF
Decadent / Pastoral / Fin-de-Siècle
D. Wright
Rm. JHB 718

ENG6162HF
The Poetics of Melancholy
E. Harvey
Rm JHB 616

JLE5225HF
The Passage from History to Fiction
N. ten Kortenaar
Rm. Room BT 319, 3rd floor, Linda Hutcheon Seminar Room (Isabel Bader Theatre, 93 Charles Street)

4pm- 7pm

3 hrs

ENG5062HF
The Rise of the Transnational American Novel
R. Boyagoda
Rm. JHB 616

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S-Term Graduate Course Timetable

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9am- 
12pm
3 hrs

       

ENG4235HS         
Keats: The Poet and His World
A. Bewell
Rm. JHB 616

10am-
1pm 
3 hrs
ENG6847HS
From CanLit to Canlits: The Re-formation of a Literature
S. Kamboureli
Rm. JHB 614
ENG6063HS
Novel Theory Now
T. Dancer
Rm. JHB 614

ENG5254HS
E.M. Forster and His Legacies
M. Uphaus
Rm. JHB 718
11am-
1pm 
2 hrs

ENG1730HS
Medieval Drama: The Biblical Cycles and Fragments

M. Sergi
COURSE CANCELLED 7/17/2019

ENG4987HS
Novelties of the Sublime in Modern Poetry
M. Woodland
Rm. JHB 718

1pm-
3pm
2 hrs
ENG6365HS Diasporic Englishes C. Percy
Rm. JHB 616

ENG6171HS
Writing a Journal Article
C. Schmitt
Rm. JHB 718


ENG6950YY
S-Term
Creative Writing Workshop
G. E. Clarke
Rm. UC 51

(University College, 15 King's College Circle)
ENG4664HS
Romantic Pastoral Revisited
K. Weisman
Rm. JHB 616
ENG2226HS
Early Modern Manuscripts
M. Teramura
Rm. JHB 718

ENG5020HS
#BlackLivesMatter: Contemporary Black Canadian Literature
K. Vernon
Rm. JHB 616
ENG4770HS
Aesthetics and Ethics: The Late Victorians
H. Li
Rm. BL 312 (Claude T. Bissell Building, 140 St. George Street)
2pm-
5pm 
3 hrs 
       
3pm-
5pm
2 hrs 
ENG6529HS
Critical Animal Studies
S. Salih
Rm. JHB 718 
ENG5075HS
Aesthetics of Struggle
R. Mehta
Rm. JHB 616
ENG3070HS
Laurence Sterne
S. Dickie
Rm. JHB 718
ENG6012HS
Forms of Disability
K. Williams
Rm. JHB 718
3pm-
6pm 
3 hrs 
 

BKS2000HS*
Duplicators: The DIY Ethic and DIY Aesthetics in C20-21 Lit
A. Hammond
Rm. Colin
Friesen Room (Massey College, 
 4 Devonshire Place)

ENG9500HY
Professional Development
H. Murray
Rm. JHB 616
4pm-
6pm 
2 hrs
ENG4626HS
Literature, Politics,  Revolution: Morris and Kingsnorth
C. Bolus-Reichert
Rm. JHB 617
     

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Y-Term Graduate Course Timetable - (Full Year Courses)

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

1pm-
3pm

2 hrs

ENG6950YY
Creative Writing Workshop
R. Greene (F-Term)
G. E. Clarke (S-Term) Rm. F-Term JHB 617
 S-Term Rm. UC 51(University College, 15 King's College Circle)

3pm-
6pm

3 hrs

ENG9500HY
Professional Development
H. Murray
Rm. JHB 616
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