Department of English

University of Toronto

2012-13 Course Timetable

F Term Graduate Studies Timetable 2012-13
S Term Graduate Studies Timetable 2012-13
Y Courses Graduate Studies Timetable 2012-13

F - Term Graduate Studies Timetable 2012-2013

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9am-11am

-

ENG2699HF Shakespeare's Sonnets
J. Patrick
NF 205

ENG3044HF English Comedy,
1660-1737
B. Corman
JHB718

ENG1001HF
Old English I
D. Townsend JHB617

-

10am-
1pm

3 hours

ENG6999YF Critical Topographies
M.Cobb/S.Salih/D. Seitler
JHB100a

11am-1pm

ENG6546HF Literature &
the Resistance to Being
N. Morgenstern JHB617

ENG5787HF
The Poetics
of Haunting
in Canadian Fiction
M. Goldman JHB617

ENG5572HF
The City as Archive: Social Memory: Missing
Histories, Writing
K. Vernon
JHB718

-

12pm-3pm

3 hours

-

-

-

-

ENG3303HF Henry
Fielding
S. Dickie
JHB614

1pm-3pm

ENG4973HF Marxism &
the American Renaissance
P. Downes
JHB718

ENG4664HF Romantic Pastoral Revisited
K. Weisman
JHB617

ENG8000HF Texts, Theories,
& Archives
D. Galbraith
Pratt Library
Room 202

ENG5542HF Modernist Creation
L. Switzky
JHB617

-

3pm-5pm

-

-

-

MST3113HF Figures of Heroism in
Old English Literature
F. Michelet
(Lillian Massey) LI 301

-

3pm-6pm

3 hours

ENG2983HF Paradise Lost
M. Nyquist JHB617

-

-

ENG5058HF Magical
Realism(s): Postcolonialism & Postmodernism
A. Quayson JHB718

-

3pm-7pm

4 hours

-

-

ENG6825HF
N. Sammond
CANCELLED

-

-

4pm-6pm

ENG6271HF Comedies of Capitalism
A. Ackerman
JHB718

ENG4883HF Rereading Victorian Realism
A. Jaffe
JHB614

-

-

-

6pm-9pm

3 hours

-

ENG6554HF
Race &
Gender in
Indigenous
Law & Literature
C. Suzack
JHB 718

-

-

-

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S - Term Graduate Studies Timetable 2012-2013

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9am-11am

-

ENG1081HS
The Anglo-Saxon Riddle Tradition
A. Orchard
Trinity College
Trinity 24 

ENG6368HS
Inventing Homes & Spaces in Diasporic
South Asian Writing
C. Kanaganayakam Larkin 213

ENG4672HS
The Literary Scene of
the 1820s
A. Esterhammer JHB 617 
(Added May 22)
 

ENG1009HS 
(NOTE: 10am-12pm, 2 hours)
Writing the Nation: Pre-Modern Historiographies
S. Akbari
UC F204

11am-1pm

ENG6362HS
History & Structure of
the English Language II, post -1500
C. Percy
JHB616

ENG5282HS
American Modernity
D. Seitler
JHB718

ENG6161HS
The Poetics
of Resistance
C. Campbell
JHB616

-

-

12pm-3pm

3 hours

-

-

-

-

ENG5968HS
Actuality, Documentary, Reality
LECTURE
A. Maurice
IN 313

1pm-3pm

ENG4875HS
George Eliot
H. Li
SS 2115

ENG9900HS
Professing Literature
K. Larson 
LA 340 
(NOTE: Change as of  Jan. 15)


ENG6163HS
The Fate of
Culture in an
Age of
Globalization
V. Li
JHB617
MST1113HS
Vernacular
Text-Editing: A
Collaborative
Project
W. Robins CANCELLED

ENG5795HS
Canadian Literature at
the Border
R. McGill
JHB718

ENG6060HS
The Giants of Contemporary Theory:
Reading the Later Works
M. Ruti
JHB718

-

3pm-6pm

3 hours

ENG2535HS
Shakespeare and his Contemporaries
J. Lopez
JHB617


ENG6552HS
(NOTE: 4-6pm,
2 hours)
Law and Literature
S. Stern
FA2, Law School

ENG4670HS
Romanticism: Local & Global
D. White
JHB617

BKS2000HS
(NOTE: 3-5pm, 2 hours)
The Death – and Lives – of the Author
(Revised Course Description) 
J. DeLombard
Colin Friesen Room, Massey College
ENG5050HS
Literature,
Law and
Liberal
Culture in the United States 1776 - 1865
N. Dolan
JHB617

ENG3706HS
Seeing Things in the Enlightment: Fiction, Philosophy, Phantasmagoria D. Lynch
JHB718

-

6pm-8pm

ENG5968HS Actuality, Documentary,
Reality
SCREENING
A. Maurice
6-8 pm
IN 313

ENG3702HS
A History of Violence: 18thc Literature & the Politics of Pain
D. Taylor
JHB718

-

-

-

6pm-9pm

3 hours

-

-

ENG5785HS Alice Munro
& the
Possibilities
of the
Short Story
M. Levene
JHB718

-

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Y - (Full Year Courses) Graduate Studies Timetable 2012-2013

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

1pm-3pm

-

ENG6950YY
(*F Term)
Creative Writing Workshop
NOTE CHANGE:
Moved to Thursday        6-8pm


ENG9500HY
Professional
Development
E. Harvey
JHB616

-

 

-

6pm-8pm

-

-

-

ENG6950YY
(*F & S Terms)
Creative Writing Workshop
R. Greene
JHB617

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