Course Catalogue Archive

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2016-17 FALL/WINTER COURSES

Course # Sec Course Title Instructor
1020E 001 Understanding Literature Today Lee
1020E 002  Understanding Literature Today Schuurman
1020E 003  Understanding Literature Today Conway
1022E 001  Enriched Introduction to English Literature Bentley
1027F 001  The Storyteller’s Art I: Introduction to Narrative Keep
1028G 001  The Storyteller’s Art II: Topics in Narrative - The Rise of the Machines Keep
2017 001  Reading Popular Culture McDonald
2017 002  Reading Popular Culture Joseph
2018A 001 The Culture of Leadership I: Heroes, Tyrants, Celebrities Faflak
2033E 001  Children’s Literature Ceraldi
2033E 002  Children’s Literature Ceraldi
2033E 650  Children’s Literature Suranyi
2041F 001  Fall Theatre Production - Q1 Hamlet Devereux 
2071G 001  Speculative Fiction: Science Fiction Kelly
2071G 650  Speculative Fiction: Science Fiction Kelly
2072F 001 
Speculative Fiction: Fantasy Kelly
2072F 650 
Speculative Fiction: Fantasy Kelly
2074F 001  Mystery and Detective Fiction Jones
2091G 001 The Creativity of Madness Faflak
2092F 001 
The Many Faces of Harry Potter Ceraldi
2096A  001 Winter is Coming: A Game of Thrones Leonard
2200F 001 
History of Theory and Criticism Donaldson
2210G 001  Contemporary Theory and Criticism Schuster
2220F 001 
Studies in Narrative Theory Pennee
2230F 001  Studies in Poetics Pero
2230G 001  Studies in Poetics Schuster
2240G 001  Feminist Literary Theory Hartley
2250F 001 
Introduction to Cultural Studies Kring
2264E  001  Human Rights and Creative Practices Emberley
2307E 001  Major British Authors McMurran
2307E 650  Major British Authors Stephenson
2308E 001 
American Literature Survey Stanley
2308E 002  American Literature Survey MacLean
2309E 002  Canadian Literature Survey Pennee
2310E 001  Global Literatures in English Survey Osinubi
2511G 001  The Short Story Bruhm
2680F 001 Sport in Literature Waddell
3001 001  History of the English Language Moll
3012 001  Old English Language and Literature Toswell
3224E 001 Renaissance Literature Leonard
3227E 001  Shakespeare Purkis
3227E 002  Shakespeare Stephenson
3334E 001 
Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature McMurran
3336G  001  Creativity and Tolerance Conway
3444E 001  Nineteenth-Century Literature Devereux
3444E 002 
Nineteenth-Century Literature Rowlinson
3554E 001  Twentieth Century British and Irish Literature Pero
3556E 001  Twentieth-Century Drama Devereux
3666G 001  American Drama MacLean
3667F  001  American Science Fiction Kelly
3777F 001 
Creativity and the Local Jones
3880G 001 First Nations Literatures Wakeham
3882F 001 Cultures of African Queer Representations Osinubi
3900F  001  YA Dystopian Fiction Green-Barteet
3900G 001  Children's Literature and Advertising Culture Ceraldi
4040G 001 Human Rights and Creativity Emberley
4320G 001  The Libertine Restoration McDayter
4420F 001 The Pre-Raphaelites Bentley
4999E 001  Thesis Various

2016 SPRING/SUMMER COURSES

Distance Studies (May 9-Jul 29)

Course # Sec Course Title Instructor
1020E 650 Understanding Literature Today Hartley
1020E 651 Understanding Literature Today Stephenson
2033E 650 Children’s Literature Suranyi
2033E 651 Children’s Literature Venn
2071F 650 Speculative Fiction: Science Fiction Kelly
2308E 650 American Literature Survey Kelly
3227E 650 Shakespeare Donaldson

Intersession (May 6-Jun 24)

2033E 001 Children’s Literature Ceraldi
2307E 001 Major British Authors Thoms

Summer Day (Jul 4-Aug 12)

3116E 001 Middle English Literature Pez

Summer Evening (May 9-Jul 29)

No English classes scheduled

2015-16 FALL/WINTER

Course # Sec Course Title Instructor
1020E 001 Understanding Literature Today Plug
1020E 002 Understanding Literature Today Boulter
1020E 003 Understanding Literature Today Schuurman
1022E 001 Enriched Introduction to English Literature Bentley
1027F 001 The Storyteller’s Art I: Introduction to Narrative Keep
1028G 001 The Storyteller's Art II: Topics in Narrative Keep
2017 001 Reading Popular Culture Joseph
2017 002 Reading Popular Culture Bruhm
2018A 001 The Culture of Leadership I Reave
2033E 001 Children’s Literature Ceraldi
2033E 002 Children’s Literature Ceraldi
2033E 650 Children’s Literature Suranyi
2041F 001 Fall Theatre Production – Women Beware Women Devereux
2071G 001 Speculative Fiction: Science Fiction Kelly
2071G 650 Speculative Fiction: Science Fiction Kelly
2072F 001 Speculative Fiction: Fantasy Kelly
2072F 650 Speculative Fiction: Fantasy Kelly
2075G 001 Cultures of Blood: The Contemporary Gothic Wenaus
2091G 001 Special Topics – The Creativity of Madness Faflak
2092F 001 Special Topics Ceraldi
2200F 001 History of Theory and Criticism McMurran
2210G 001 Contemporary Theory and Criticism Pero
2220F 001 Studies in Narrative Theory Donaldson
2230F 001 Studies in Poetics Freeborn
2230G 001 Studies in Poetics Pero
2240G 001 Feminist Literary Theory Bassnett
2250F 001 Introduction to Cultural Studies DiPonio
2260G 001 National and Global Perspectives on Cultural Studies McHeimech
2307E 001 Major British Authors Stephenson
2307E 002 Major British Authors McMurran
2308E 001 American Literature Survey Stanley
2308E 002 American Literature Survey Kelly
2309E 001 Canadian Literature Survey Pennee
2309E 002 Canadian Literature Survey Jones
2310E 001 Global Literatures in English Survey Osinubi
2500E 001 The Novel Thoms
2680F 001 Sport in Literature Morrow
3001 001 History of the English Language Moll
3012 001 Old English Language and Literature Toswell
3116E 001 Middle English Literature Schuurman
3224E 001 Renaissance Literature Leonard
3227E 001 Shakespeare Kidnie
3227E 002 Shakespeare Devereux
3227E 650 Shakespeare Donaldson
3228F 001 Topics in Renaissance Literature Leonard
3444E 001 Nineteenth-Century Literature Keep
3444E 002 Nineteenth-Century Literature Thoms
3554E 001 Twentieth-Century British and Irish Literature Lee
3554E 002 Twentieth-Century British and Irish Literature Boulter
3556E 001 Twentieth-Century Drama Solga
3666F 001 American Drama Ramos
3776G 001 Canadian Drama Hartley
3777F 001 Topics in Canadian Literature Jones
3880G 001 First Nations Literatures Wakeham
3882G 001 Topics in Postcolonial Literature Osinubi
3900G 001 Special Topics in English - Children’s Literature and Advertising Culture Ceraldi
3998E 001 Creative Writing Workshop Manley
4040G 001 Seminar in Literary Studies - The Gothic Child Bruhm
4050F 001 Seminar in Literary Studies - The Modernist Moment Stanley
4060F 001 Seminar in Literary Studies - Consuming Difference: Food and Multiculturalism in Contemporary Canadian Literature Oliver
4220G 001 Seminar in Renaissance Literature - Reading Food in Early Modern Literature Bassnett
4420F 001 Seminar in Nineteenth-Century Literature - The Pre-Raphaelites Bentley
4630G 001 Seminar in American Literature - Reading the City: Representations of New York City in American Literature Green-Barteet
4999E 001 Thesis Various

2015 SPRING/SUMMER

Distance Studies (May 4-Jul 24)

Course # Sec Course Title Instructor
1020E 650 Understanding Literature Today Hartley
2033E 650 Children’s Literature Suranyi
2033E 651 Children’s Literature Venn
2033E 652 Children’s Literature Venn
2071F 650 Speculative Fiction: Science Fiction Kelly
2072F 650 Speculative Fiction: Fantasy Kelly
2307E 650 Major British Authors Suranyi
2308E 650 American Literature Survey Simonsen
3227E 650 Shakespeare Stephenson

Intersession (May 11-Jun 19)

2033E 001 Children’s Literature Ceraldi
3001 001 History of the English Language Fox

Summer Day (Jul 6-Aug 14)

No English classes scheduled

Summer Evening (May 4-Jul 24)

No English classes scheduled

2014-15 FALL/WINTER COURSES

Course # Sec Course Title Instructor
1020E 001 Understanding Literature Today Conway
1020E 002 Understanding Literature Today Boulter
1020E 003 Understanding Literature Today McDayter
1022E 001 Enriched Introduction to English Literature Bentley
1027F 001 The Storyteller’s Art I: Introduction to Narrative Keep
1028G 001 The Storyteller's Art II: Topics in Narrative Keep
2017 001 Reading Popular Culture Joseph
2017 002 Reading Popular Culture Phu
2018A 001 The Culture of Leadership I – Heroes, Tyrants, Celebrities Faflak
2019B 001 The Culture of Leadership II – Teams, Communities, Mobs Lambier
2033E 001 Children’s Literature Ceraldi
2033E 002 Children’s Literature Ceraldi
2033E 650 Children’s Literature Stephenson
2033E 651 Children’s Literature Hartley
2041F 001 Fall Theatre Production – Doctor Faustus Devereux
2071F 001 Speculative Fiction: Science Fiction Kelly
2071F 650 Speculative Fiction: Science Fiction Stephenson
2072G 650 Speculative Fiction: Fantasy Stephenson
2091F 001 Special Topics – Alice Munro and Other Local Geniuses Jones
2092F 001 Special Topics – The Many Faces of Harry Potter Ceraldi
2092G 001 Special Topics – The Many Faces of Harry Potter Ceraldi
2200F 001 History of Theory and Criticism Keep
2200F 650 History of Theory and Criticism Wennekers
2200G 001 History of Theory and Criticism Donaldson
2210F 001 Contemporary Theory and Criticism Plug
2210G 001 Contemporary Theory and Criticism Rowlinson
2220F 001 Studies in Narrative Theory Pennee
2220G 001 Studies in Narrative Theory Pennee
2230F 001 Studies in Poetics Donaldson
2230G 001 Studies in Poetics Donaldson
2230G 650 Studies in Poetics Freeborn
2240G 001 Feminist Literary Theory Pennee
2250G 001 Introduction to Cultural Studies Sloane
2260F 001 National and Global Perspectives on Cultural Studies Joseph
2307E 001 Major British Authors Moll
2307E 002 Major British Authors Thoms
2308E 001 American Literature Survey Schuster
2308E 002 American Literature Survey Kelly
2308E 650 American Literature Survey Kelly
2309E 001 Canadian Literature Survey Jones
2310E 001 Global Literatures in English Survey Osinubi
2500E 001 The Novel – COURSE CANCELLED Suranyi
2620G 001 Special Topics in English – Laughing Feminism (cross-listed with WS 2252G) Conway
2680F 001 Sport in Literature Morrow
3001 001 History of the English Language Fox
3012 001 Old English Language and Literature Toswell
3116E 001 Middle English Literature Leighton
3224E 001 Renaissance Literature Purkis
3227E 001 Shakespeare Stephenson
3227E 002 Shakespeare Kidnie
3227E 650 Shakespeare Roffey
3334E 001 Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature Maynard
3444E 002 Nineteenth-Century Literature Thoms
3554E 001 Twentieth-Century British and Irish Literature Lee
3554E 002 Twentieth-Century British and Irish Literature Boulter
3556E 001 Twentieth-Century Drama Solga
3666F 001 American Drama McHeimech
3776G 001 Canadian Drama Hartley
3880G 001 First Nations Literatures Wakeham
3882G 001 Topics in Postcolonial Literature Schenstead-Harris
3998E 001 Creative Writing Workshop Garber
3998E 002 Creative Writing Workshop Garber
3998E 003 Creative Writing Workshop Garber
4050G 001 Seminar in Literary Studies – Art, Politics, Technology Plug
4060G 001 Seminar in Literary Studies – Human Rights and Testimonial Literatures Emberley
4120F 001 Seminar in Renaissance Literature – Works of the Gawain-poet Moll
4420F 001 Seminar in Nineteenth-Century Literature - The Pre-Raphaelites Bentley
4630G 001 Seminar in American Literature - Reading the City: Representations of New York City in American Literature Green-Barteet
4999E 001 Thesis Various