Department of English

University of Toronto

2020-2021 Timetable & Courses

Graduate Course Timetables with links to Course Descriptions* 2020-2021

 *See University of Toronto homepage https://www.utoronto.ca/ for updates on campus accessibility regarding COVID19, and the School of Graduate Studies website https://www.sgs.utoronto.ca/covid19/ for information specific to Graduate Studies.

*How does the COVID19 situation impact my 2020-2021 graduate courses?
You will receive details about courses and revised session dates from your graduate program directly.  Please contact the instructor directly with any questions regarding the class delivery.  Course schedule and Delivery are subject to change.

DELIVERY METHODS:

  • IN-PERSON - the whole class will be meeting in person while recognizing social distancing requirements
  • ONLINE (Online Synchronous) - aspects of a course section are livestreamed and students are expected to attend online at the same time
  • ONLINE-A (Online Asynchronous) - will be entirely online with materials being recorded and shared for students to
    review on their own time (no designated meeting schedule)
  • DUAL- course section will offer some in person opportunities (used along with Room Type to identify which portions will be online)

*Please note: Course scheduled times, Descriptions, Reading Lists, and/or Locations and particularly Delivery may be subject to change.

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


Click on course code to view course description or go here to see 2020-2021 FALL/WINTER GRADUATE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS listed by area.


F-Term Graduate Course Timetable

 

 Time

 Monday

 Tuesday

 Wednesday

 Thursday

Friday  

9am-
11am
2 hrs
      ENG6038HF
Authors and Their
Institutions
H. Murray
ONLINE DELIVERY
 
9am-
12pm
3 hrs  
 

ENG2018HF
A Royal Society
of Their Own
L. Blake
ONLINE DELIVERY

    ENG4211HF
Romanticism and
Translation
A. Bewell
ONLINE DELIVERY
10am-
12pm
2 hrs
       
10am-
1pm
3 hrs
   

ENG1001HF
Old English I
D. Klausner
CMS: LI 310
Lillian Massey Bldg.
(Centre for Medieval
Studies, 125 Queen's
Park, 3rd floor)
DUAL DELIVERY

   
11am-
1pm
2 hrs
     

ENG6054HF
Construals of the Self
U. Esonwanne
Rm JHB616
DUAL DELIVERY
SYNCHRONOUS

 
11am-
2pm
3 hrs

ENG3301HF
The Social Life
of Feeling:
Literature and
Affect of the
18th Century
A. Hernandez
ONLINE DELIVERY

       
12pm-
2pm
2 hrs

 

     

ENG8000HF
Texts, Theories, Archives
D. White 
RM. OI 4410 (OISE)
DUAL DELIVERY
  
 

1pm-
3pm
2 hrs
 

ENG4884HF
Everyday Life and
19th-Century Novelistic
Representation
A. Jaffe
Rm JHB616
DUAL DELIVERY

  ENG3041HF
Acting Theory and
Practice before
Stanislavsky
T. Robinson
ONLINE DELIVERY
 
 
1pm-
4pm
3 hrs
   

ENG6999YF
Critical Topographies
R. Mehta & A. Slater
1pm-3pm,
ONLINE DELIVERY
3pm - 4pm
Breakout sessions: 
ONLINE DELIVERY

   
2pm-
4pm
2 hrs
ENG6182HF
Eating Well
S. Salih
ONLINE DELIVERY
       
3pm-
5pm
2 hrs
  ENG6950YY
F-Term
Creative Writing Workshop
R. Greene
ONLINE DELIVERY
    ENG5020HF
#BlackLivesMatter
K. Vernon
ONLINE DELIVERY
3pm-
6pm
3 hrs
  ENG5281HF
Whitman and Nationalism
N. Dolan
ONLINE DELIVERY
  ENG5464HF
Archipelagic American Studies
M. Gniadek
ONLINE DELIVERY
ENG9500HY
Professional Development
H. Murray
ONLINE DELIVERY
 
4pm-
7pm
3 hrs
    ENG2016HF
The Queer Renaissance
U. Chakravarty
Rm JHB616
ONLINE DELIVERY
   
5pm-
8pm
3 hrs
       

 

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S-Term Graduate Course Timetable

 

 Time

 Monday

 Tuesday

 Wednesday

Thursday 

 Friday

9am-
11am
2 hrs
    ENG2472HS
Milton
J. Rogers
ONLINE DELIVERY
   
10am-
12pm
2 hrs
  ENG5718HS
The Books of Coach
House Press
N. Mount
ONLINE DELIVERY
ENG9900HS
Professing Literature
K. Larson
ONLINE DELIVERY
ENG2050HS
John Donne's Poetic
Inhabitations
E. Harvey
ONLINE DELIVERY
 
11am-
1pm
2 hrs
ENG1007HS
Medieval Drama:
Morality Plays
M. Sergi
Rm JHB616
DUAL DELIVERY
 

ENGf6498HS
Dystopian Fiction
and Unsettled Space
S. Radovic
Rm JHB616
DUAL DELIVERY

  ENG4770HS
Aesthetic and Ethics:
The Late Victorians
H. Li
ONLINE DELIVERY
12pm-
3pm 
3 hrs
      ENG5056HS
Studies in the
21st-Century Novel:
Zadie Smith and
David Mitchell
T. Dancer
Rm JHB616
DUAL DELIVERY
 
1pm-
3pm
2 hrs
ENG4662HS
Romantic Memory
K. Weisman
Rm JHB616
ONLINE DELIVERY
ENG6064HS
The Theory of the
Novel
C. Schmitt
ONLINE DELIVERY
ENG6171HS
Writing a Journal
Article
T. Keymer
ONLINE DELIVERY
   
2pm-
4pm
2 hrs
 

ENG9900HS
Professing Literature
K. Larson
Rm TBA
MOVED/CHANGED
TO WED. 10-12

     
3pm-
5pm
2hrs
  ENG6950YY
S-Term
Creative Writing
Workshop
R. McGill
ONLINE DELIVERY
ENG6011HS
Love and Desire
in a Time of Crisis
D. Seitler
Rm JHB616
DUAL DELIVERY

ENG6533HS
The Art of Mourning
M. Ruti
CLASS RESCHEDULED
TO LATER SAME DAY
6pm to 8pm

 

ENG6362HS
History and Structure
of the English
Language, Post-1500
C. Percy
Rm JHB616
DUAL DELIVERY
 
3pm-
6pm
3hrs
ENG2533HS
Shakespeare's Language
L. Magnusson
Rm JHB616
DUAL DELIVERY
  ENG5732HS
Visual Sovereignty
and the Politics of
Reconciliation(: Inuit
Oral, Visual, and
Collaborative Narratives)
S. Kamboureli
Rm JHB616
DUAL DELIVERY
ENG9500HY
Professional Development
H. Murray
ONLINE DELIVERY
 
5pm –
7pm
2 hrs 
  ENG5021HS
Black Forms: Critical
Race Theory and
Diasporic Literature
A. Thomas
ONLINE DELIVERY
     
3pm-
6pm
3hrs
   

ENG6533HS
The Art of Mourning
M. Ruti
Rm JHB 616
NEW TIME
DUAL DELIVERY (SYNCHRONOUS)

 

   

 

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

 

 Time

 Monday

 Tuesday

 Wednesday

 Thursday

 Friday

3pm-
5pm
2 hrs
  ENG6950YY
F-Term
Creative Writing
Workshop
R. Greene 
ONLINE DELIVERY 
ENG6950YY
S-Term
Creative Writing
Workshop
R. McGill
ONLINE DELIVERY
     
3pm-
6pm
3 hrs
      ENG9500HY
Professional Development
H. Murray
ONLINE DELIVERY
 

 

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