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2011-12 Course Timetable

2011-2012 Graduate Studies in English Course Timetable

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2011 F- Term Graduate Studies Timetable

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

TIME

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9 am -
11 am

ENG6954HF

Digital Now: Literary Studies in the Electronic Age

G. Fenwick

Pratt Library

Rms 306/302

ENG1001HF
Old English I
A. Orchard 
TC 24

ENG3043HF
Drama from1660-1710
B. Corman
JHB718

 

 

10 am -

12 pm

 

ENG6813HF*
The Textuality of  the
Cinematic Body  

C. Columpar 
IN 223

 

ENG6813HF*
The Textuality of the Cinematic Body  

C. Columpar 
IN 223

                        

11 am -

2 pm

ENG6999Y1F
Critical Topographies: Theory & Practice of Contemporary Literary Studies in English
S. Salih/M. Cobb
11am - 2 pm -
JHB100A

 

 

 

 

11 am -

1 pm

 

ENG5901HF
New World African
Literature
G. Clarke
UC248

ENG8000HF

Texts, Theories, & Archives

D. Galbraith
Pratt Library Rm202
                         

 

 

1 - 4 pm

 

 

NOTE TIME 
*WED 12-2pm
CIN6156HF
N. Sammond
Dark Passages:
Film and The
Geometry of Racial
Imagination
IN 223

ENG5540HF
Modernism and Its Media: Fiction & Theatre in an Age of Film and Radio
L. Switzky
JHB616

 

1 - 3 pm

ENG4885HF
Sociality & Its Discontents:
The social and anit-social in the Victorian Novel
A. Jaffe
JHB614

ENG5280HF 

American Realism & Reform (Studies in Narrative)

S.Wilson
JHB617
("METHODS" COURSE)

 

 

2 - 4 pm

ENG6525HF Environmental Criticism & Postcolonial Discourse
S. Radovic
JHB617

CIN6156HF
N. Sammond
Dark
Passages:
Film and The
Geometry of
Racial
Imagination
IN 223

3 - 5 pm

 

ENG1008HF
Medieval Entertainers 
W. Robins   
VC 211
 

 

ENG6633HF
Representing Others
V. Li   
JHB617

3 - 6 pm

ENG6860HF
Authoring
I. Lancashire
JHB614

 

ENG2537HF
unFamiliar
Letters: Language
& Culture of
Early Modern
Correspondence
L. Magnusson
ROOM CHANGE: JHB616 (exception Oct. 12: NF 007)

JEH2020HF 
Early Modern
Diaspora:  A
Cross-disciplinary
Seminar on
Literature &
History of Exile
M. Rubright/
N. Terpstra 
JHB718

 

6 - 9 pm

 

COL2100H

The Bourgeois

F. Moretti

(Sept 6, 13, 20 ONLY)

Comp Lit, Isabel Bader, 3rd Fl

COL2100H

The Bourgeois

F. Moretti

(Sept 1, 8, 15, 22 ONLY)

Comp Lit, Isabel Bader, 3rd Fl

 

COL2100H

The Bourgeois

F.  Moretti

(Sept 2 ONLY)

Comp Lit, Isabel Bader, 3rd Floor

 

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2012 S - Term Graduate Studies Timetable

 

 

 

TIME

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9 am - 10:30 am

 

ENG1002HS

Old English II

(Beowulf)

A. Healey

Robarts DOE-Room14284

ENG1002HS

Old English II

(Beowulf)

A. Healey

Robarts DOE
Room14284

9 am -

12 pm

ENG5963HS
James Joyce: Modernism, Modernity, Mythology
G. Leonard
JHB718 

11am - 1 pm

ENG4227HS** **Course rescheduled to Tuesday 1-3pm

ENG2683HS
Shakespeare's Theatre
J. Levenson
COURSE CANCELLED

ENG4557HS
Ethics & the Modalities of Victorian Intellectual Discourse
H. Li
RW141

ENG5608HS
Modernist Narrative, & Embodied Cognition
M. Cuddy-Keane
COURSE CANCELLED

ENG3337HS
Comedy &
Sentimentality
in 18th Century
Literature
S. Dickie
JHB614

ENG6203HS
Intercultural Value
& the Dialectics of Cultural Exchange
M. Xie
JHB718

12:00 - 2:00

 

ENG6529HS*
The Animal and the Human
S. Salih
JHB 718
*COURSE ADDED 20/10/2011

1 - 3 pm

ENG4227HS Romantic Elegy
K. Weisman
JHB614

ENG6365HS
Diasporic Englishes
C. Percy
JHB616

ENG2007HS
Gender & Song in the Early Modern Context
K. Larson
JHB617

ENG5040HS
Pathological Forgetting in Canadian Literature
 M. Goldman
JHB617

ENG6062HS
The Human Condition: Arendt, Adorno, Derrida, Kristeva
M. Ruti
JHB718

1 - 4 pm

ENG6200HS
The World is Too Much with Us: Witnessing & Creativity in Long-Form Reporting
M. Levene
JHB718

2 - 4 pm

ENG5580HS
American Pastoral:
Agriculture & Environment in Literary Imagination
A. Most
JHB617

MST3112S
Geography & Identity in Old & Middle English
Literature

F. Michelet
Lillian Massey 301

3 - 5 pm

ENG5810HS
Rethinking Literary History: South Asian Writing in English
C. Kanaganayakam
Larkin 340

3 - 6 pm

ENG1552HS
Chaucer
S. Akbari
UC F204

ENG2225HS
Renaissance Lyric,
in Theory
C. Warley
JHB614

ENG2467HS
Early Modern Nationalism & Milton's England
P. Stevens
JHB718

4 - 6 pm

ENG6552HS
Law & Literature
S. Stern
FA2 Solarium (84 Queen's Park) 
NB: ROOM CHANGE

ENG5588HS
Free Love: Conjugal Politics & American Literature 
N. Morgenstern
JHB718

6 - 9 pm

ENG5275HS*
Elizbeth Bishop & Marianne Moore - Studies in Poetics
A. Dubois
JHB617

NB: 6-8PM* *Time correction
("METHODS' COURSE)

ENG6044HS*
The Literature
of  Protection
P. Downes
JHB617
*Day change

ENG9900HS*
Professing Literature
D. Justice
JHB616*
*Time and room changed

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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2011- 2012 Y - Full Year Graduate Studies Timetable

TIME

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1 - 3 pm

 

 

 

 

ENG9500HY*
Professional Development P. Stevens
JHB616
*Day and time changed
NB: First Class Sept 16

2 - 4  pm

 

ENG6950YY
Creative
Writing Workshop
R. Sullivan

(F Term only)
JHB718 
**For S Term only course rescheduled to Thursday, 4-6pm

 

 

 

3 - 6 pm

 

 

ENG9500HY*
Professional
Development 
P. Stevens
*Course rescheduled to Friday 1-3 pm

 

4 - 6 pm

ENG6950YY**
Creative
Writing Workshop
R. Greene**

(S Term only) 
JHB617** 

**Day, time, instructor changed

 

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