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2016-17 Grad Course Schedule (to be posted)
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2016-17 Fall/Winter Grad Courses
2017 Summer Grad Course

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2015-16 Courses
2014-15 Courses
2013-14 Courses


2016-2017 Fall/Winter Graduate Courses

Note: Specific course offerings are subject to change.
Term offered yet to be finalized.

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9002A Advanced Research Methods D. Pennee
English 9003A Contemporary Theory in Literary and Cultural Studies M. Rowlinson
English Women and Authorship in Early Modern England M. Bassnett
English 9135A/B Reading India N. Bhatia
English 9056A/B Knowing Children: The Modern Child in the Field of Culture S. Bruhm
English After 2000: Theory, Criticism, and the Eighteenth-Century Novel A. Conway
English Human Rights and Indigenous Creative Practices J. Emberley
English Motifs and Tales from Beowulf to Ishiguro M. Fox
English 9128A/B British Post-Post Modernism A. Lee
English 9088A/B Milton: The Major Poems
J. Leonard
English Out of Their Heads: The Senses, the Soul, and Poetic Consciousness M.H. McMurran
English Autobiography and #black lives matter
T. Osinubi
English "Words are Victims": Modernist Poetry and Ruins of Language A. Pero
English Romanticism and the Idea of Literature T. Rajan
English Formalisms J. Schuster
English Saints and Heretics: Visionary Women and their Writing A. Schuurman
English Performance and the Global City K. Solga
English Precarity: Reading Risk and Responsibility in the Shadow of Neoliberalism P. Wakeham

Summer 2017 Course (full-year equivalent)

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English Editing Pre-Modern Texts
R. Moll
English Modernist Forms of Attention K. Stanley


2015-2016 Graduate Courses

Note: Specific course offerings are subject to change.

Fall 2015 Courses

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9002A Advanced Research Methods D. Pennee
English 9003A Contemporary Theory in Literary & Cultural Studies A. Pero
English 9079A Romanticism and Happiness J. Faflak
English 9124A Ugly Feelings, Bad Behaviour: Notable American Women S. Bruhm
English 9129A The Value of Milton J. Leonard
English 9130A The Orphic Tradition: Gender, Genre, And Genius J. Miller
English 9135A Reading India N. Bhatia

Winter 2016 Graduate Courses

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9125B Literature, Youth, and Human Rights J. Emberley
English 9126B Contemporary Canadian Literature in Cross-Border Contexts M. Jones
English 9127B Performance Conditions in Shakespeare’s Time M.J. Kidnie
English 9128B British Post-Post Modernism A. Lee
English 9131B Themes in Contemporary Life Writing: Vulnerability & Dispossession T. Osinubi
English 9132B Hysterical Poetics: English Poetry 1855-1900 M. Rowlinson
English 9133B Pragmatism and American Aesthetics K. Stanley

Summer 2016 Course (full-year equivalent)

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9136 Early Modern Food from Shakespeare to Milton M. Bassnett


2014-2015 Graduate Courses

Note: Specific course offerings are subject to change.

Fall 2014 Half Courses

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9002A Bibliography and Textual Studies J. Purkis
English 9003A Contemporary Theory in Literary and Cultural Studies J. Plug
English 9111A Religious toleration:  the Philosophical and Cultural History of an Idea A. Conway
English 9112A Testimony, Youth and Human Rights J. Emberley
English 9079A Romanticism and Happiness J. Faflak
English 9057A Victorian Types: Temporality and Taxonomy 1850-1870 M. Rowlinson
English 9115A Modernism After Dark J. Schuster

Winter 2015 Half Courses

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9116B Alice Munro and the Poetics of Here and Now
M. Jones
English 9114B The Stagecraft of Thomas Heywood - CANCELLED
M.J. Kidnie
English 9087B Regulating the Edwardian Body
A. Lee
English 9117B Circulation and the Form of the Neo-Slave Narrative
T. Osinubi
English 9118B The Humanities in the Corporate University
D. Pennee
English 9119B Futures of Romanticism
J. Plug
English 9120B Shakespeare's Singularity
J. Purkis
English 9121B The American Secular
B. Traister

2014-15 Full Year Courses

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9122 The Gawain-Poet and the Middle English Alliterative Revival R. Moll
English 9108 Indigenous Critical Theory: Key Concepts and Debates P. Wakeham

Summer 2015 Course (full-year equivalent)

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9123 The Eighteenth-Century Novel in Theory and Practice A. Conway



2013-2014 Courses

Fall 2013 Half Courses

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9002A Bibliography and Textual Studies M. Groden
English 9003A Contemporary Theory in Literary and Cultural Studies A. Pero
English 9043A The American Ode S. Adams
English 9077A Food Studies in the Renaissance M. Bassnett
English 9094A Reading India and Postcolonial Theory in Global Contexts N. Bhatia
English 9096A James Joyce's Finnegans Wake M. Groden
English 9100A Othello, Then and Now M.J. Kidnie
English 9087A Regulating the Edwardian Body A. Lee
English 9097A Eighteenth-Century Philosophy and Literature M.H. McMurran
English 9098A Before and after Sexuality M. Rowlinson

Winter 2014 Half Courses

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9084B Melancholy and the Archive J. Boulter
English 9095B Biopoliticis, Violence, and the Body J. Emberley
English 9099B The Conventual Life: Female Catholic Writers and the Consolidation of Roman Catholic Community, 1687-1829 - CANCELLED C. Dowdell
English 9024B Paradise Lost: the Poem and the Critics J. Leonard
English 9101B The Materiality of the Digital Text: At the Intersections of Digital Humanities and History of the Book M. McDayter
English 9102B Between "Britain" and "America": Canadian Literature in Formation in Cross-Atlantic Discourses D. Pennee
English 9104B The Power of Romanticism J. Plug
English 9105B Un-Shakespearian Shakespeare J. Purkis
English 9106B American Animal Studies J. Schuster

Full Year 2013-14 Courses

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9107 Medieval Shame and the Confessional Subject A. McTaggart
English 9108 Indigenous Critical Theory: Key Concepts and Debates P. Wakeham

Summer 2014 Courses

Course NumberCourse TitleInstructor
English 9109 Writing Medieval Women - CANCELLED A. McTaggart
English 9110 Modernist Forms of Attention K. Stanley