Department of English

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300 Level Courses

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300-Level Undergraduate Course Timetables and Descriptions

Most 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

Course Description

Course Title

Day/Time

Instructor

ENG302Y1Y - L0101 English Renaissance Literature Mon 9-11, Wed 10-11 C. Warley
ENG308Y1Y - L0101 Romantic Literature Mon 11-12, Wed 11-1 K. Weisman
ENG308Y1Y - L0201 Romantic Literature Tues 1-3, Thurs 1-2 A. Bewell
ENG311H1F - L5101 Medieval Literature  Tues 6-9  A. Walton 
ENG311H1S - L0101 Medieval Literature Tues 2-3, Thurs 2-4 C. Balot
ENG320Y1Y - L0101
Shakespeare Tues 1-2, Thurs 1-3 M. Teramura
ENG323H1F - L0101 Austen and Her Contemporaries Tues 10-12, Thurs 10-11 M. Johnstone
ENG323H1S - L0101 Austen and Her Contemporaries Tues 1-3, Thurs 1-2 T. Keymer
ENG323H1S - L0201
Austen and Her Contemporaries  Tues 11-12, Thurs 10-12 A. Bewell
ENG324Y1Y - L0101 The Victorian Novel Mon 11-1, Wed 11-12 H. Li
ENG324Y1Y - L0201 The Victorian Novel Tues 10-12, Thurs 11-12 C. Schmitt
ENG329H1F - L5101
Contemporary British Fiction Mon 6-9 S. Salih
ENG330H1S - L0101
Medieval Drama Mon 2-4, Wed 2-3 M. Sergi
ENG337H1S - L0101
Drama 1660-1800 Tues 6-9  A. Hernandez 
ENG340H1F - L0101 Modern Drama Mon 10-12, Wed 10-11 P. Sheppard
ENG341H1S - L0101 Postmodern Drama Mon 10-12, Wed 10-11 P. Sheppard
ENG349H1F - L0101
Contemporary Poetry  Tues 10-12, Thurs 10-11 M. Woodland
ENG353Y1Y - L0101 Canadian Fiction Mon 11-12, Wed 11-1  V. Visvis 
ENG354Y1Y - L5101 Canadian Poetry Mon 6-9  V. Visvis 
ENG356Y1Y - L5101  African-Canadian Literature  Tues 6-9  G. E. Clarke
ENG357H1S - L0101 New Writing in Canada Tues 11-12, Thurs 11-1  T. Aguila-Way 
ENG365H1F - L5101
Contemporary American Fiction Thurs 6-9 S. Rayter
ENG367H1S - L0101
African Literatures in English   Tues 1-2, Thurs 1-3 C. Udah
ENG369H1S - L0101  South Asian Literature  Tues 10-12, Thurs 10-11  TBA
ENG373H1F - L0101 Topics in Pre-1800 British Literature:
Renaissance Romance
 
Mon 11-1, Wed 11-12 A. Walkden
ENG373H1F - L0201
Topics in Pre-1800 British Literature:
Obscure Shakespeare
 
M 3-4, Wed 3-5 M. Teramura
ENG374H1F - L0101  Topics in Pre-1800 British Literature: Medieval Romance from Chrétien to Chaucer Mon 1-3, Wed 1-2 C. Balot 
ENG374H1F - L0201 Topics in Pre-1800 British Literature:
Becoming "Shakespeare" - Apprenticeship and Achievement
Tues 1-2, Thurs 1-3 L. Magnusson
ENG374H1S - L0101 Topics in Pre-1800 British Literature:
Medieval English Travel Writing
 
Tues 11-1, Thurs 12-1 S. Sobecki
ENG378H1F - L0101 Special Topics:
Alice Munro
Tues 3-4, Thurs 3-5 S. Caskey
ENG378H1S - L0101 Special Topics:
Fantasy Worlds in Lewis, Jones and Pullman
Tues 10-12, Thurs 10-11 D. Baker
ENG378H1S - L0201
 Special Topics:
Romantic Period Gothic Fiction and Revolution
Tues 10-12, Thurs 10-11 M. Johnstone
ENG379H1F - L5101  Special Topics:
Victorian Realist Novel
 Mon 6-9 A. Jaffe
 ENG379H1S - L5101 Special Topics:
Victorian Realist Novel
Mon 6-9   A. Jaffe
ENG385H1F - L0101
The Histories of the English Language
(Histories of Englishes) 
 Tues 11-1, Thurs 11-12 C. Percy
ENG388H1F - L0101
 Creative Writing:
Poetry
Tues 10-12, Thurs 11-12 L. Crosbie
ENG389H1F - L0101
Creative Writing:
Short Fiction
Fri 1-4 M. Johnstone
ENG394H1S - L0101
Creative Writing - Special Topics:
Language is Material - Creating Chapbooks
Tues 10-12, Thurs 10-11
 C. Battershill


For ENG 390Y1/392H1:

Students must email a signed proposal form, available here, to the Office of the Associate Chair, c/o The Undergraduate Counsellor, Department of English, by not later than Wednesday, June 1, 2022.


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