Department of English

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2010-11 Course Timetable

2010 - 2011 Graduate Studies in English Course Timetable

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F- Term Graduate Studies Timetable
 

TIME

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9-11

ENG6530HF
Death in Theory
S. Salih 

JHB718

ENG1001HF

Old English I

A. Orchard

TC 24

ENG3044HF

English Comedy, 1660-1737

B. Corman

JHB 718

 

 

10-12

ENG6817HF

SEMINAR: 
Text, Context, Intertext: The Touch of Evil Project    

C. Columpar

IN 223

 

 

 

 

11-1

ENG6056HF

Ideologies

C. Warley

JHB 617

ENG5318HF

Catastrophe, Community, Commodity, and Control in the 1930s: Studies in Historical Analysis

M. Cobb 

UC 55

 

ENG6954HF/

ENG8000HF

Bibliography/ Introduction to Bibliography
D. Galbraith

EM 105

ENG5206HF

Sir Beelzebub’s Syllabub”: The Poetry of Edith Sitwell

R. Greene

COURSE CANCELLED

ENG6954HF/

ENG8000HF

Bibliography/

Introduction to Bibliography

J. Levenson

Room LA 340

ENG5905HF

Introduction to African-Canadian Literature

G. Clarke

UC 148

1-3

ENG2001HF

Animal/Human Interfaces in Early Modern Culture

E. Harvey

UC 248

ENG1551HF

The Canterbury Tales       

W. Robins

EM 006 ENG

ENG5572HF

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

JHB 617

ENG6817HF
SCREENING:
Text, Context, Intertext: The Touch of Evil Project    

C. Columpar

IN 223

 

ENG6954HF/

ENG8000HF

Bibliography/
Introduction to Bibliography
G. Fenwick
Room TR 22

ENG4881HF

Victorian Realism and the Victorian Realist Novel:  Studies in Narrative
A. Jaffe   

*ROOM CHANGE
JHB  617*

ENG6065HF

Repetition in Modern Thought and Culture
U. Esonwanne
JHB 616

3-5

 

ENG5276HF*

The Vietnam War Era and Canadian Literature

R. McGill

*CHANGED DAY TO WEDNESDAY

ENG5276HF

The Vietnam War Era and Canadian Literature

R. McGill

JHB 614
NEW TIME AND DAY

ENG2485HF

London Drama 1190-1590

A. Lancashire

UC B203
NOTE: TIME/DAY CHANGE/ CORRECTION

 

3-6

 

ENG5058HF

Magical Realism(s): Postcolonialism and Postmodernism

A. Quayson

Room JHB 614

ENG2533HF

Historicizing Shakespeare’s Language: Discourse Analysis and Early Modern Studies    

L. Magnusson

JHB 617  

ENG6522HF

Transnational Masculinity in Literature and Culture

C. Campbell

JHB 616

 

6-9

 

ENG6860HF

Authoring

I. Lancashire

Room JHB 614

 

ENG5751HF

Novelists and Terrorists

M. Levene

JHB 617

 

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S - Term Graduate Studies Timetable

TIME

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

9-11

ENG6223HS
The Text of Donne: The Variorum Donne

R. McLeod

COURSE
CANCELLED

ENG1002HS

Old English II

A. Orchard

TC 24

 

 

 

ENG2583HS

Popular Legend in the Plays of Shakespeare and His Contemporaries

J. Levenson

Room LA 213

10-1

 

 

 

 

ENG2653HS
Renaissance

Tragedy

L. Thomson

JHB 718

11-1

ENG5581HS
The Idea of the Modern   

D. Seitler

COURSE CANCELLED

ENG4947HS
Studies in Victorian Poetry (Ballads & Romances)

C. Bolus-Reichert

JHB 617

 

ENG6154HS
SEMINAR:
Race and Cinema
A. Maurice
IN 223

ENG5787HS

The Poetics of Haunting in Canadian Fiction

M. Goldman

JHB 617

ENG6362HS

History and Structure of the English Language: Post-1500       

C. Percy  

JHB 616

1-3

ENG6154HS

SCREENING:
Race and Cinema

A. Maurice

IN 223

ENG2235HS
“1594”    

H. Syme  

COURSE CANCELLED

ENG4503HS

Darwin and Darwinism

C. Schmitt

JHB 718             

 

ENG3403HS
Literature of the
Seven Years
War
T. Keymer
JHB 614

ENG6496HS

Spatializing Marxism: The Postmodern “Spatial Turn”

S. Radovic

JHB 718

ENG2429HS

Gender, Courtesy, and Civility in Early Modern England               

K. Larson

JHB 617

3-5

 

ENG6163HS

The Fate of Culture in an Age of Globalization

V. Li       

JHB 614

ENG1009HS

Writing the Nation: Pre-Modern Historiographies
S. Akbari

UC F204

 

 

ENG5024HS
Anglo-Jewish

Fiction and

Poetry of the

Twentieth

Century   

K. Weisman

JHB 617

3-6

ENG6842HS

The Culture and Politics of Emotion Theory

C. Suzack

JHB 617

 

ENG4665HS

Romantic Cities

D. White

JHB 718

ENG2467HS

Early Modern Nationalism and

Milton’s England

P. Stevens

JHB 718

 

ENG6193HS

Communities of Readers   

H. Murray

JHB 614

ENG5519HS

Narrative,

Narratology,

and

Modernist

Fiction:

Studies in

Narrative

M. Cuddy-Keane

JHB 617

5-8

 

 

 

ENG9900HS

Professing

Literature

D. Justice

Room SS 1078

 

6-9

 

 

ENG5049HS

The Liberal
Imagination
N. Dolan

JHB 718

ENG6043HS Introduction to Contemporary Literary Theory
P. Downes
JHB 617

 


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Y - Full Year Graduate Studies Timetable

TIME

MONDAY

TUESDAY

WEDNESDAY

THURSDAY

FRIDAY

1-3

 

 

ENG6950YS*

Creative Writing Workshop
CHANGED TO
NEW TIME 2-4pm SEE BELOW

 

2-4

ENG6950YF

Creative Writing
Workshop

S. Sullivan

 JHB 718

 

ENG6950YS*

Creative Writing
Workshop
M. Winter*
JHB 614*
*CHANGED
TIME

3-6

 

 

ENG9500HY*

Professional Development

P. Stevens

JHB 616 
*NB: the first meeting of this class will be held on Wed. 22 Sept., in JHB 616 at 3pm
        

 

 

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