Department of English

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2022-2023 Timetable & Courses

Graduate Course Timetables with links to Course Descriptions* 2022-2023


 *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.

University of Toronto policy requires the wearing of masks indoors by everyone, including course instructors.

An instructor may, however, recommend an exception to this policy if wearing masks materially impairs the learning activity of the class. If both the instructor and all the in-person students in a class wish to remove their masks (with the optional addition of a face shield), they may do so, as long as they maintain safe-distancing and follow the procedures outlined in the Teaching Re-Entry Planning section of the University's COVID-19 Leadership Toolkit.

*How does the COVID19 situation impact my 2022-2023 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. Currently, faculty have the option of delivering their Fall 2021 course ONLINE, and a number of courses will be delivered using that method. Please check the timetable and their course description for details.  Course schedule and Delivery are subject to change. For any course with an in-person component, the following will apply:

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 are normally taught in-person.

 


Click on course code to view course description or go to 2022-2023 FALL/WINTER GRADUATE COURSE DESCRIPTIONS to see the graduate course descriptions listed by area/field of study.


Please note: Course Timetable, scheduled times, delivery method, descriptions, reading lists, and/or locations which are TBA, may be subject to change. Also please note that the full names and full addresses of all courses are posted on the Course Descriptions.  Please click on the course code link on the timetable to view each Course Description.

F-Term Graduate Course Timetable

 Time

 Monday

 Tuesday

 Wednesday

 Thursday

 Friday

9am-
12pm
3 hrs
  ENG2017HF
Early Modern Asexualities
Blake, L.
3 hours
Rm. JHB 100
 

 

ENG4211HF
Romanticism and Translation
Bewell, A.
3 hours
Rm. JHB 616
10am-
12pm
2 hrs
ENG6510HF
Creative Nonfiction
Cobb, M.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 718
  ENG2472HF
Milton
Rogers, J.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 718
 
12pm-
2pm
2 hrs
  ENG6950YY
Creative Writing Workshop
Clarke, G. (F-Term)
2 hours
Rm. JHB 617 
ENG4404HF
Victorian Memory/ Victorian Forgetting
Jaffe, A.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 616
ENG6822HF
Critical Theory & Science and Technology Studies
Slater, A.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 616

 

 
12pm-
3pm
3 hrs
      ENG5042HF
Justice and Form in Contemporary Canadian Ecopoetry
Aguila-Way, T.
3 hours
Rm. JHB 718
 
1pm-
3pm
2 hrs
ENG6182HF
Eating Well
Salih, S.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 718
      ENG6818HF
Social Robots in the Cultural Imagination
Goldman, M.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 718
2pm-
4pm
2 hrs
  ENG8000HF
Texts, Theories, and Archives
Hernandez, A.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 616
ENG6552HF  
Law and Literature 
S. Stern
2 hours 
Rm. FA2  (FH 103)Faculty of Law (Falconer House Building, 84 Queen's Park)
   
2pm-
5pm
3 hrs
  ENG6999YF
Critical Topographies
Dancer, T. and Gniadek, M. 3 hours total.
Rm: JHB 100 for 2 hours with entire class; then in rooms JHB 617 and JHB 718 for 1 hour in breakout sessions.
   
3pm-
6pm
3 hrs

ENG1001HF
Old English I
Walton, A.
3 hours
Rm. Li 301 (CMS: Centre for Medieval Studies)

  ENG2506HF
Shakespeare’s Theatrical (After) Lives
Syme, H.
3 hours
Rm. JHB 718 
ENG9500HY
Professional Development
Wright, D.
2-3 hours / alternative weeks
Rm. JHB 616
 
4pm-
6pm
2 hrs
    ENG5021HF
Black Forms: Critical Race Theory and Diasporic Literature
Thomas A.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 718
   
4pm-
7pm
3 hrs
        ENG5047HF
Class, Culture, and American Realism
Dolan, N.
Ruti, M.
CANCELLED

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S-Term Graduate Course Timetable

 Time

 Monday

 Tuesday

 Wednesday

 Thursday

 Friday

10am-
12pm
2 hrs
ENG2012HS
Life-Writing in Early Modern England
Walkden, A. 
2 hours
Rm. JHB 718
ENG6362HS
History of the English Language, Post-1500
Percy, C.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 616
ENG6498HS
Dystopian Fiction and Unsettled Space
Radovic, S.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 616
   
10am-
1pm
2 hrs
       

ENG6014HS
Adapting Short Fiction
Newman, D.
3 hours
Rm. OISE 4420
(252 Bloor St W, Toronto)(CHANGED CLASSROOM)  

12pm-
2pm
2 hrs
  ENG6950YY
Creative Writing Workshop
Williams, I. (S-Term) 
2 hours
Rm. JHB 617
  ENG6820HS
The Novel of Sexual Ideas
Wright, D.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 718
1pm-
3pm
2 hrs
ENG6844HS
The Roots of Autotheory: Nietzsche, Milner, Barthes
Ruti, M.
CANCELLED
  ENG6544HS
Queer, Trans and Feminist Historiographies 
Seitler, D.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 616
   
1pm-
4pm
3 hrs
        ENG3302HS
Being There:
Liveness and
Presence ca.
1750-1830
Robinson, T.
3 hours
Rm. JHB 616
2pm-
4pm
2 hrs
  ENG9900HS
Professing Literature
Warley, C.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 616
ENG3338HS
Satire and the Great Laughter Debate
Dickie, S.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 718
  ENG6171HS
Writing a Journal Article
Schmitt, C.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 718
ENG1002HS
Introduction to Old English II: Beowulf
Michelet, F.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 718
3pm-
5pm
2 hrs
    ENG4664HS
Romantic Pastoral Revisited 
Weisman, K.
2 hours
Rm. JHB 616
   
3pm-
6pm
3 hrs
ENG6560HS
Visual Media and Human Rights Work
Suzack, C.
3 hours
Rm. JHB 616
    ENG9500HY
Professional Development
Wright, D.
2-3 hours / alternative weeks
Rm. JHB 616
 
4pm-
6pm
2 hrs
     

ENG5994HS
Modern South Asia in Literature and Media
Mehta, R.
CANCELLED

 
4pm-
7pm
3 hrs
  ENG2226HS
Early Modern Manuscripts 
Teramura, M.
3 hours
Rm. JHB 616
     
6pm-
8pm
2 hrs
    ENG4770HS
Aesthetics and Ethics: the Late Victorians
Li, H.
2 hours
Rm. TBA (requested BL Claude Bissell)
   
 

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

 Time

 Monday

 Tuesday

 Wednesday

 Thursday

 Friday

12am-
2pm
2 hrs
  ENG6950YY
Creative Writing Workshop
Clarke, G. (F-Term) /
Williams, I. (S-Term)
2 hours
Rm. JHB 617
 

 

 

3pm-
6pm
3 hrs

      ENG9500HY
Professional Development
Wright, D.
2-3 hours / alternative weeks
Rm. JHB 616
 

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