Department of English

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300-Level Courses


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300-Level Undergraduate Course Timetables and Descriptions

English 300-series courses are open to students who have obtained standing in 4.0 FCE, including 2.0 ENG FCE. Please note that prerequisites and exclusions will be strictly enforced. For room locations and up to date information, please see the Arts and Science Timetable at

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Course Description

Course Title



ENG300Y1Y -  L0101


T11, R11-1

C. Balot

ENG305H1S -  L5101 Swift Pope and Contemporary 


S. Dickie

ENG308Y1Y -  L0101  Romantic Poetry and Prose  T11-1, R11  M. Johnstone 
ENG308Y1Y -  L0201 Romantic Poetry and Prose

T1-3, R1

A. Bewell

ENG311H1F -  L0101 Medieval Literature

M2, W2-4

A. Walton

ENG322Y1Y -  L5101 Fiction Before 1832


T. Keymer

ENG323H1F -  L0101 Austen and Her Contemporaries

T9-11, R9

A. Hernandez

ENG323H1S -  L0101 Austen and Her Contemporaries

T3, R3-5 M. Johnstone
ENG324Y1Y -  L5101 Fiction 1832 - 1900


A. Jaffe

ENG328Y1Y -  L0101 Modern Fiction to 1960

M11, W11-1 G. Henderson 
ENG328Y1Y -  L0201 Modern Fiction to 1960 T11-1, R11 M. Uphaus

ENG328Y1Y -  L0301 Modern Fiction to 1960

T1-3, R1 A. Hammond
ENG329H1F -  L5101 Contemporary British Fiction  M6-9

S. Salih

ENG329H1S -  L0101 Contemporary British Fiction

M2, W2-4

T. Dancer

ENG330H1S -  L0101 Early Drama

M3-5, W3

M. Sergi

ENG336H1F -  L0101 Topics in Shakespeare

M10, W10-12

P. Sheppard

ENG336H1S -  L5101 Topics in Shakespeare


P. Grav

ENG340H1F - L0101 Modern Drama to WWII

T3, R3-5

M. Uphaus

ENG341H1S - L0101 Modern Drama Since WWII

M10, W10-12  

 P. Sheppard

ENG348Y1Y - L0101 Modern Poetry to 1960

T3, R2-4

M. Xie

ENG349H1S -   L0101 Contemporary Poetry

M12, W12-2

M. Woodland

ENG353Y1Y -  L5101 Canadian Fiction


V. Visvis

ENG354Y1Y - L0101 Canadian Poetry

T3, R3-5

V. Visvis 

ENG355H1F -  L5101

Indigenous Women's Literature


C. Suzack

ENG359H1F -  L5101 African Canadian Literature


G. Clarke

ENG360H1F - L0101  Early American Literature T1-3, R1  P. Downes 
ENG364Y1Y -  L5101 Twentieth-Century American Literature 


S. Rayter

ENG365H1F -  L5101  Contemporary American Fiction  R6-9  S. Rayter  
ENG365H1S -L0101  Contemporary American Fiction  T10-12, R10  N. Sheikh
ENG369H1S -  L0101  South Asian Literatures in English  T10, R10-12  R. Mehta 
 ENG370H1S -  L5101 Postcolonial and Transnational Literatures  M6-9  S. Salih  
 ENG382Y1Y L0101 Contemporary Literature Theory  T1-3, R1 N. Morgenstern 
 ENG383H1F - L0101   Critical Methods  T11-1, R11   D. Seitler  
ENG383H1S - L0101  
Critical Methods  T11-1, R11     D. Seitler 
 ENG384Y1Y - L5101 Literature and Psychoanalysis  R6-9  E. Harvey 
 ENG385H1F - L0101 History of English Language  M11-1, W12  C. Percy 

300-Level Cross-Listed Courses

The following courses count toward our 2007 and later Programs.  English Specialists may count up to 3.0 cross-listed FCE toward their program; Majors, 2.0 FCE; Minors, 1.0 FCE.  Please refer to the relevant department's entry in both the Calendar and Registration Handbook and Timetable for prerequisites, exclusions, priorities and schedule.

Course Description

Course Title

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Indigenous Narratives of Empowerment

Aboriginal Studies Programs


North American Indigenous Theatre

Aboriginal Studies Programs


The Avant-Garde

University College, Drama Program


Semiotics and Literature I

Department of French

Queerly Canadian
University College Canadian Studies Courses


The Contemporary African Novel

New College, African Studies Program


Literature and Philosophy

Department of Philosophy


Literature of Three Nations: Ireland, Scotland and Wales

St. Michael’s College, Celtic Studies Courses


Vernacular Literature of the Middle Ages

St. Michael’s College, Mediaeval Studies Courses


The Contemporary Irish Novel

 St. Michael’s College, Mediaeval Studies Courses


Irish Canadian Literature  St. Michael’s College, Mediaeval Studies Courses
Critical Writing Seminar
 Victoria College, Education and Society Courses


Women and Writing in the Renaissance

Victoria College, Renaissance Studies Courses


Renaissance Narrative

Victoria College, Renaissance Studies Courses

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