Department of English

University of Toronto

200 Level Courses

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200-Level Undergraduate Course Timetables and Descriptions

English 200-series courses are open to students who have obtained standing in 1.0 ENG FCE or in any 4.0 FCE. Students without these prerequisites may enrol in a 200-series course if they are concurrently enrolled in ENG 110Y1, 140Y1 or 150Y1. 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 http://www.artsandscience.utoronto.ca/ofr/timetable/winter/eng.html.

Course Description

Course Title

Day/Time

Instructor

ENG202H1S - L0101 Introduction to British Literature 1  Mon 11-1 M. Sergi
ENG202H1F - L5101 Introduction to British Literature 1   Wed 6-8 C. Balot
ENG203H1F - L0101 Introduction to British Literature 2 Mon 2-4 S. Dickie
ENG203H1S - L0101 Introduction to British Literature 2 Mon 2-4 S. Dickie
ENG210H1S - L0101 Introduction to the Novel   Mon 2-3, Wed 2-4 T. Dancer
ENG213H1F - L0101 The Short Story  Tues 3-4, Thurs 3-5 A. Lesk
ENG215H1F - L9901
The Canadian Short Story
(ONLINE SYNCHRONOUS) 
Tues 11-1, Thurs 11-12
S. Caskey
ENG220H1F - L0101  Introduction to Shakespeare  Tues 10-12, Thurs 10-11 P. Sheppard
ENG234H1F - L0101 Children's Literature Tues 10-12, Thurs 10-11
D. Baker
ENG235H1F - L5101 The Graphic Novel Thurs 6-9  A. Lesk 
ENG235H1S - L0101 The Graphic Novel Thurs 6-9 A. Lesk
ENG237H1F - L0101 Science Fiction Mon 11-1, Wed 11-12 M. Johnstone
ENG239H1S - L0101 Fantasy & Horror Mon 11-1, Wed 11-12 M. Johnstone
ENG240Y1 - L0101 Old English Language and Literature  Mon/Wed/Fri 10-11  F. Michelet
ENG250H1F - L0501  Introduction to American Literature Mon 6-8 S. Rayter
ENG250H1S - L5101 Introduction to American Literature Mon 6-8 M. Cobb
ENG252H1F - L0101 Introduction to Canadian Literature Tues 3-5 T. Aguila-Way
ENG252H1S - L0101
 Introduction to Canadian Literature Tues 3-5  T. Aguila-Way
ENG253H1F - L5101 Caribbean Literature Wed 6-9 R. Soni
ENG254H1S - L5101  Introduction to Indigenous Literature Tues 6-9  C. Suzack
ENG269H1F - L0101 English Literature and Chinese Translation Tues 12-2, Thurs 12-1  M. Xie
ENG269H1S - L0101 English Literature and Chinese Translation  Tues 12-2, Thurs 12-1 M. Xie
ENG270H1F - L0101 Introduction to Postcolonial Literature Tues 10-12, Thurs 10-11 TBA
ENG270H1S - L0101 Introduction to Postcolonial Literature Tues 10-12, Thurs 10-11 G. MacDonald
ENG273Y1Y - L5101 Queer Writing Mon 6-9 A. Lesk
ENG280H1F - L0101 Critical Approaches to Literature Mon 1-2, Wed 1-3 C. Warley
ENG285H1F - L0101  The English Language in the World  Mon 11-1, Wed 11-12 C. Percy
ENG286H1F - L0101 Literature and Data Tues 11-1 A. Hammond
ENG287H1S - L9901
Digital Text
(ONLINE SYNCHRONOUS)
Mon 2-4 L. Evalyn
ENG289H1F - L0101 Introduction to Creative Writing Mon 12-2, Wed 12-1 A. Basekic
ENG289H1S - L0101 Introduction to Creative Writing   Mon 12-2 (in-person), Wed 12-1 (online) I. Williams
JWE206H1S - L0101 Writing English Essays  Mon 1-3 C. Messenger

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