Department of English

University of Toronto

400 Level Courses

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400-Level Undergraduate Course Timetables and Descriptions

English 400-series courses are open to students who have obtained standing in at least 9.0 FCE, including 4.0 ENG FCE. Students who require a 400-series course to satisfy their program requirements have enrolment priority in the first round of course enrolment. During the second round of enrolment the priority is lifted and the course is open to all students who meet the prerequisites. To ensure maximum availability of 400-series courses, fourth-year Specialists are allowed to enrol in only 1.0 400-series ENG FCE during the priority period and fourth-year Majors who require a 400-level ENG course to complete their 2010 program are allowed to register in only 0.5 400-level ENG FCE during the priority period. Seminars are designed to provide students with the opportunity to practice their skills of research and interpretation at a particularly advanced level. Please note that prerequisites and limits will be strictly enforced. For room locations and up to date information, please see the Arts and Science Timetable.


Course Description

Course Title

Day/Time

Instructor

 ENG414H1F-L0101

Advanced Studies Group 1: How to Read Literally 

T11-1

C. Schmitt

ENG414H1S-L0101

Advanced Studies Group 1: The Unconscious

W1-3

E. Harvey

 ENG414H1S-L5101

Advanced Studies Group 1: Cognitive Approaches to Literature

T6-8

D. Wilton

  ENG415H1F-L0101  

Advanced Studies Group 1:  Critical Animal Studies 

T10-12

S. Salih

 ENG415H1F-L0201

 Advanced Studies Group 1: The Nonhuman Turn: Posthuman, Cybernetics, and New Materialism

 W11-1

 R. Tazudeen

 ENG424H1F-L0101

Advanced Studies Group 2: Sinclair Ross

T11-1

J. O'Connor 

 ENG424H1S-L0101

Advanced Studies Group 2: Acoustic Geographies in Canadian Literature

W1-3

V. Visvis 

 ENG425H1F-L5101

Advanced Studies Group 2: 
Truth and Reconciliation Literature

W6-8

C. Suzack

 ENG425H1F-L5201

Advanced Studies Group 2:The Canadian Graphic Novel 

R6-8

A. Lesk

 ENG428H1F-L0101

Advanced Studies Group 2: Margaret Laurence

R11-1

J. O'Connor

ENG434H1F-L0101

Advanced Studies Group 3: American & Transnational Children's Lit

R2-4

D. Baker

 

ENG434H1F-L5101

 

Advanced Studies Group 3: Postcolonial Theory & Fiction

W6-8

 V. Li

 ENG434H1S-L0101

 Advanced Studies Group 3: Black Epics of the Americas

 T1-3

  G.E. Clarke

 ENG435H1S-L0101

 Adv Studies Seminar Group 3: Wild Child: Parenting at the Social Limit in Contemporary American Fiction

 R10-12

 N. Morgenstern

 ENG435H1S-L0201

 

 Advanced Studies Group 3: Life, Death, and the American Novel

 R3-5

 D. Seitler

ENG444H1F-L0101

Advanced Studies Group 4:
Medieval Literature to 1450: Animal Encounters

M12-2

A. Walton

 ENG444H1S-L0101

Advanced Studies Group 4: Medieval Romances

M1-3

F. Michelet

     ENG445H1F L0101

 Advanced Studies Group 4: Tom Jones: The First Comic Blockbuster

 F1-3

S. Dickie

    ENG445H1S L0101

Advanced Studies Group 4: Ordinary Enchantments; or, Literatures of the British Enlightenment 

 R1-3

A. Hernandez

 ENG445H1S-L5101

 Advanced Studies Group 4: Malory's Morte D'Arthur and the Arthurian Tradition

R6-8

 C. Balot

 ENG448H1S -L0101

 Advanced Studies Group 4: Of Sheperds and Songs: Pastoral Literature in the English Renaissance

 M1-3

 J. Espie

ENG454H1F-L0101

Adv Studies Group 5: Eliot & Stevens

T12-2

M. Xie

 ENG454H1S-L0101

 Advanced Studies Group 5: Bleak House: Victorian Forms of Knowledge

 M1-3

A. Jaffe

ENG455H1F-L0101

Adv Studies Group 5: Catholic Writers

W11-1

M. Knight

ENG455H1F-L0201

Adv Studies Group 5: 20th Century in Extremis

W1-3 

K. Weisman

 ENG455H1S-L0101

Adv Studies Group 5: Genre Fiction and Contemporary Novels

T4-6

 T. Dancer

 ENG455H1S-L0201

 Advanced Studies Group 5: Virginia Woolf and the Making of Modernism

W11-1

 R. Tazudeen

 

 ENG455H1S-L0301

 Advanced Studies Group 5:
The Aesthetic & Decadent Movements

 W1-3

H. Li

ENG499Y1Y-L0101

Advanced Studies Group 5: Belles-Lettres

M3-5

M. Cobb




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