Department of English

University of Toronto

Courses of Interest

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Centre for Comparative Literature

COL 5032H
Feminist Approaches to Medieval Literature
J. Ross

COL 5033H
Visual Portraitures in Contemporary Autobiographical Narratives
J. LeBlanc

Freud and Psychoanalysis
J. Zilcosky

Feminism and Postmodernism
B. Havercroft

COL 5062H
Semiotics of Drama, Theatre and Cinema
V. Ambros

Centre for Medieval Studies

Intermediate Medieval Latin
D. Townsend
(M-F 1-2 pm; LI 301)

Textual Criticism
J. Magee
(M 10-12; LI 301)

MST 3113F
Figures of heroism in Old English literature
F. Michelet
(F 2-4; LI 301)

MST 2010S
Old Norse
R. Getz
(W 2-4; LI 301)

Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies

(More information and the course timetable will be available from the Centre's website when finalised.)

The following courses will be available to English students:

Traditions of Performance Theory
S. Johnson

20th Century Theatre and Performance
N. Copeland

Shocking Art
N. Cesare-Schotzko

Performing Failure: Critical Theories on Perfection and the Sublime
A. Budde

Art and Politics in China
X. Fan

Please note that enrollment is on a first come, first served basis. English students may begin registering on June 29.

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