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SUMMER 2014:
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2013 - 2014 COURSES

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Clicking on the course number will take you to the Calendar description.
Once we have received the course syllabus from the instructor, you will be able to click on the relevant Section number to access it.

FIRST-YEAR ENGLISH COURSES:
English 1020E Understanding Literature Today 
Section 001
 
Section 002
Section 003 (Evening)
Section 004
M.J. Kidnie /
  J. Leonard
A. Pero
M. McDayter
A. Conway
English 1022E Enriched Introduction to English Literature Section 001 D. Bentley
English 1027F The Storyteller’s Art I: Introduction to Narrative Section 001 T. DeJong
English 1028G
 
The Storyteller's Art II: Topics in Narrative:
The Rise of the Machine
Section 001
 
C. Keep
 


2000-2199 LEVEL ENGLISH COURSES: COURSES FOR EVERYBODY!
(NO PREREQUISITES)

English 2017 Reading Popular Culture Section 001
Section 002 (Evening)
N. Joseph
A. Riaz
English 2018A The Culture of Leadership I Section 001 (Evening) J. Faflak
English 2019B The Culture of Leadership II Section 001 (Evening) J. Faflak
English 2033E Children’s Literature Section 001
Section 002 (Evening)
Section 650 (Online)
Section 651 (Online)

G. Ceraldi
G. Ceraldi
C. Suranyi
M. Stephenson
English 2041F Special Topics in Drama: Fall Drama Production:
Ibsen's The Wild Duck
Section 001 J. Devereux
English 2060E Contemporary Canadian Literature
Section 001 M. Hartley
English 2071F Speculative Fiction: Science Fiction Section 001 (Evening)
Section 650 (Online)
J. Kelly
C. Suranyi
English 2072G Speculative Fiction: Fantasy Section 001 (Evening)
Section 650 (Online)
J. Kelly
C. Ionica
English 2091F Special Topics: Green Literature
Section 001 (Evening) J. Schuster
English 2092F Special Topics: The Many Faces of Harry Potter
Section 001 (Evening) G. Ceraldi
English 2092G Special Topics: The Many Faces of Harry Potter
Section 001 (Evening) G. Ceraldi
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HONORS ENGLISH COURSES
Students are responsible for ensuring that they have successfully completed all course prerequisites and that they have not taken an antirequisite course. The 2013/14 Academic Calendar (p. 43) reads: "Students are responsible for ensuring that their selection of courses is appropriate and accurately recorded, that all course prerequisites have been successfully completed, and that they are aware of any antirequisite course(s) that they have taken. If the student does not have the requisites for a course, and does not have written special permission from his or her Dean to enroll in the course, the University reserves the right to cancel the student's registration in the course. This decision may not be appealed."

English 2200F History of Theory and Criticism Section 001 (Evening)
Section 650 (Online)
J. Plug
G. Barentsen
English 2200G History of Theory and Criticism Section 001 M.H. McMurran
English 2210F Contemporary Theory and Criticism Section 001 J. Boulter
English 2210G Contemporary Theory and Criticism Section 001 (Evening) J. Plug
English 2220F Studies in Narrative Theory Section 001 (Evening) D. Pennee
English 2220G Studies in Narrative Theory Section 001 (Evening) T. Freeborn
English 2230F Studies in Poetics Section 001 G. Donaldson
English 2230G Studies in Poetics Section 001
Section 650 (Online)
G. Donaldson
C. Suranyi
English 2240G Feminist Literary Theory Section 001 E. Leighton
English 2250G Introduction to Cultural Studies Section 001 (Evening) T. Phu
English 2260F National and Global Perspectives on Cultural Studies Section 001 M. Sloane
English 2307E Major British Authors Section 001
Section 002
M.H. McMurran
P. Thoms
English 2308E American Literature Survey Section 001
Section 002
Section 650 (Online)
J. Schuster
K. Stanley
J. Kelly
English 2309E Canadian Literature Survey Section 001 D. Pennee
English 2310E Global Literatures in English Survey Section 001 (Evening) N. Joseph
English 2400E Dramatic Forms and Genres Section 001 J. Devereux
English 2500E The Novel Section 001 K. Stanley
English 2600G Literature of the Bible Section 001 S. Adams
English 2680F Sport in Literature (cross-listed with Kinesiology 3778F) Section 001 D. Morrow
English 3001 History of the English Language Section 001 M. Fox
English 3012 Old English Language and Literature Section 001 J. Toswell
English 3116E Middle English Literature Section 001 A. McTaggart
English 3224E Renaissance Literature Section 001 M. Bassnett
English 3226E Renaissance Drama Section 001 J. Johnston
English 3227E Shakespeare Section 001
Section 002
Section 650 (Online)
J. Purkis
P. Roffey
J. Devereux
English 3228F Topics in Renaissance Literature:
Paradise Lost: the Poem and the Critics
Section 001 J. Leonard
English 3334E

Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature

Section 001
Section 650 (Online)
A. Conway
J. Venn
English 3444E
Nineteenth-Century Literature Section 001
Section 002 (Evening)
M. Rowlinson
P. Thoms
English 3446F Topics in Nineteenth-Century Literature:
Charles Darwin and Nineteenth-Century Literature
Section 001 G. Donaldson
English 3554E Twentieth-Century British and Irish Literature Section 001
Section 002
J. Boulter
G. Donaldson
English 3556E Twentieth-Century Drama Section 001 A. DiPonio
English 3666F

American Drama

Section 001 E. Leighton
English 3880G First Nations Literatures (cross-listed with First Nations 3880G) Section 001 P. Wakeham
English 3882G Topics in Postcolonial Literature: Nostalgia in North America: Modern and Contemporary Diasporic Literature and Theory
Section 001 A. Robinet
English 3886F Sexuality & Literature: Special Topics: Queer Sexuality in Victorian and Edwardian Literature Section 001 F. King
English 3998E Creative Writing Workshop Section 001
Section 002
Info for 2014-15 Class
L. Garber
L. Garber
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4000-LEVEL SEMINARS FOR 2013-14:
Please Note:
Once syllabi are posted, clicking on the course number will open a PDF of the course description/syllabus.

English 4040G Anglo-American Cold War Literature: 1945-89 (offered at Brescia) B. Diemert
English 4050F Representing Aboriginality: Aboriginal Literature and Film from the Post-Settler Colonies (offered at Huron) T. Hubel
English 4230G All Donne: Poetry and Prose of John Donne (offered at King's) P. Werstine
English 4420G Pre-Raphaelites D. Bentley
English 4520F Ulysses M. Groden
English 4630F Single Women: An American Obsession (offered at King's) L. Dicicco
English 4640G Constructions of Racial Identity in Post Civil War America (offered at Huron) N. Brooks
English 4730F Graphically Canadian (offered at Brescia) D. Grace
English 4740G Consuming Difference: Food and Multiculturalism in Contemporary Canadian Literature CANCELLED
English 4820F Shakesqueer: Finding Friendships and Sexualities in Early Modern Drama J. Purkis


Undergraduate Thesis Course
English 4999E Undergraduate Thesis Course (2014-15 Course Information)
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