Department of English

University of Toronto

2014-15 Course Timetable




F-Term Graduate Course Timetable 2014-2015 (Fall)



Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9am -
11am

ENG6029HF
Faithful Reading:
Interpretation, Christianity,
and Poetry
M. Knight
Room JHB718
2 hours

ENG5610HF
Space and the
Education of
Desire:
Postcolonialism
and Diaspora
A. Quayson Room JHB718
2 hours

10am-
1pm

(*10am-1pm)
ENG6999YF*
Critical
Topographies
M. Cobb & S. Salih
Room JHB 616 (10am - 12noon)
2 hours
*Additional 1 hour Breakout sessions in Rooms JHB617 & JHB718 (12noon – 1pm)
*1 hour
(Total 3 hours)

ENG1001HF
Old English I
D. Townsend
Room LI 310
(CMS Lillian Massey Bldg.)
3 hours

ENG6044HF
The Literature of Protection  
P. Downes  Room JHB718 3 hours

11am- 1pm

ENG8000HF
Texts, Theories, & Archives
H. Murray
Room JHB718
(+ Library TBA) 
2 hours

ENG5905HF
African-
Canadian
Literature
G. E. Clarke
Room UC248
2 hours

1pm -
3pm

COURSE CANCELLED
ENG5851HF

Faulkner
and the
American
South
M. Cobb

ENG2794HF
Staging and
the Meaning
of Early
Modern
Drama
L Thomson
Room JHB718
2 hours

ENG2019HF
Early Modern
Psyches:
Shakespeare
and
Psychoanalysis
E. Harvey
Room JHB616
2 hours

ENG1551HF
Chaucer's Canterbury
Tales
K. Gaston
Room JHB718
2 hours

COURSE CANCELLED
ENG5572HF
The City as
Archive:
Missing
Histories,
Social
Memory, Canadian
Writing
K. Vernon

3pm -
6pm

ENG6054HF
Construals of
the Self:
Autobiography
in Africa and
the Diaspora
U. Esonwanne
Room JHB718
3 hours

ENG2533HF
Historicizing Shakespeare's Language:
Discourse Analysis and Early Modern Studies
L Magnusson
3 hours
ROOM CHANGE
JHB 616

ENG6160HF
Politics and
Poetic Form
M. Nyquist
Room JHB718
3 hours

[Methods
Course:
Studies in Poetics]

ENG5150HF
British
Modernism,
2004-Present
J. Gang
Room JHB718 
3 hours


NB: FIRST CLASS SEPT 11, 2014


ENG9500HY*
Professional
Development
P. Stevens
Room JHB616
2 & 3 hour
classes

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

(alternate
week & room
booked extra
hour for student presentations)
 

 

4pm -
6pm
ENG6552HF
Law and Literature
S. Stern
Room FH2
(Falconer Hall)
2 hours

6pm  -
8pm

ENG4262HF
Realism and the
Sociological
Impulse
A. Jaffe
Room JHB718 
2 hours

[Methods
Course:
Studies in Narrative]

ENG6950YY
Creative Writing
Workshop
R. Greene*
(*F term)
Room JHB617
2 hours

6pm -
9pm

ENG5751HF
Novelists &
Terrorists
M. Levene
Room JHB718
3 hours

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S-Term Graduate Course Timetable 2014-2015 (Winter/Spring)

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

9am -
11am

ENG4266HS
Redemptive Realism:
The Victorian Novel
D. Wright
Room JHB718
2 hours

ENG1730HS Medieval
Drama: The Biblical
Cycles and Fragments
M. Sergi
Room JHB617
2 hours

ENG1002HS
Old English II
R. Liuzza
Room LI 301,
(CMS Lillian Massey Bldg)
2 hours

9am -
12pm

ENG6551HS
Asian North
American
Literature;
National and Transnational Feminisms
D. Cruz
Room JHB718
3 hours

11am - 1pm

ENG6501HS
Life, Death,
and American Fiction
D. Seitler
Room JHB718
2 hours

ENG6499HS Space in
Postcolonial Literature
S. Radović
Room JHB718
2 hours

ENG6362HS
History and Structure of
the English Language,
post-1500
C. Percy
Room JHB616
2 hours

ENG5787HS
The Poetics of Haunting
M. Goldman
Room JHB718
2 hours

12pm - 3pm

ENG6890HS
Reading
Auerbach’s
Mimesis
C. Warley
Room JHB718
3 hours

1pm -
3pm

ENG3707HS Literature
and
Censorship, 1660-1830
T. Keymer
Room  JHB718
2 hours

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

2 hours
[Methods
Course: Studies in Historical Analysis]

ENG5968HS **
Actuality,
Documentary, Reality
SEMINAR
(Additional Screening Class: M6-8)

A. Maurice
Room IN313
2 hours

 

1pm -
4pm

ENG9900HS
Professing Literature
J. Lopez
ROOM CHANGE
JHB 617
3 hours

 

 

3pm -
5pm

ENG6950YY
Creative
Writing
Workshop
R. McGill*
(*S term)
Room JHB617
2 hours


ENG4212HS
Romanticism
and
Catastrophe
K. Weisman
Room JHB718
2 hours

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

3pm - 6pm

 

 

ENG9500HY*
Professional
Development
P. Stevens
Room JHB616
2 & 3 hour
classes
(alternate
week & room
booked extra
hour for
student
presentations)


ENG6847HS       From CanLit
to Canlits: The
Re-formation of a Discipline
 S. Kamboureli
Room JHB718
3 hours 

ENG1013HS Women in
Medieval
Literature: Image and Author
S. Akbari
Room LI 310
(CMS Lillian Massey Bldg.)
3 hours
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

4pm - 6pm

ENG6271HS
Comedies of
Capitalism
A. Ackerman
Room JHB718
2 hours

6pm  -
8pm

ENG5968HS **
Actuality,
Documentary, Reality
ADDED SCREENING CLASS
(Seminars: Thurs. 1-3)
A. Maurice
Room IN313
2 hours

6pm -
9pm

ENG2960HS
What’s
Metaphysical
About
Metaphysical
Poetry?
L. Blake
Room JHB718
3 hours

ENG5050HS Literature,
Law, and
Liberal
Culture in the United States 1776-1865
N. Dolan
Room JHB718
3 hours
NB: TIME CHANGE

ENG5540HS
Modernism
and Its Media:
Fiction and
Theatre in
the Age
of Film
and Radio
L. Switzky
Room JHB616
3 hours

















































































































































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Y-Term Graduate Course Timetable 2014-2015 (Full Year)

Time

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

3pm  -
5pm

ENG6950YY
Creative
Writing
Workshop
R. McGill*
(*S term)
Room JHB617
2 hours

3pm -
6pm

ENG9500HY*
Professional
Development
P. Stevens
Room JHB616
2 & 3 hour classes
(alternate week
& room booked
extra hour
for student
presentations)

 6pm -
8pm

ENG6950YY
Creative
Writing
Workshop
R. Greene*
(*F term)
Room JHB617
2 hours

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