Tentative Course Offerings 2005-2006

Codes:
  • D1 = Fall and Winter Term (Spring Evening, all ten weeks)
  • D2 = Fall Term (Spring Evening, first five weeks)
  • D3 = Winter Term (Spring Evening, second five weeks)
  • courses with the “P,” “Q” or “V” code are one-term courses;
  • courses with the “F” or “M” code are two-term courses.
  • Courses in green are evening courses.
List Courses:

List courses are sets of courses of which students must take a specified number in order to meet the historical coverage requirements standard for degrees in English literature. See the requirements for the various degrees.

List A courses deal with literature written up to 1740

List B courses deal with literature written between 1740 and 1900

List C courses deal with literature written after 1900.

PLEASE NOTE CHANGES TO LIST COURSES FROM CALENDARS PREVIOUS TO 2004; FOLLOW THE CALENDAR OF YOUR PROGRAM YEAR

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SPRING EVENING 2005

Year 1

ENGL 1F95 "Literature in English: Tradition and Innovation" Elizabeth Campbell

Year 2/3

ENGL 2P94 "Women Writers to 1830 " Caroline Whitfield

ENGL 2P95 "Women Writers 1830 to the Present " Caroline Whitfield

ENGL 2P94 and 2P95 may be given List credit for graduating students -- see the Department

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FALL WINTER SESSION 2005-2006 ENGLISH COURSES

Year 1

D1

 

ENGL 1F91 "Literature in English: Tradition and Innovation" Section 01 Barbara Seeber

 

ENGL 1F95 "Literature in English: Forms, Themes and Approaches" Section 01 Neta Gordon D2, Angela Mills D3

 

ENGL 1F97 "Literature of Trauma and Recovery"  Susan Spearey

   

Year 2

D2

D3

 

LIST A

ENGL 2P19 "Chaucer: the Poetry" Angus Somerville

2Q94 "Shakespeare's Comedies" Mathew Martin

ENGL 2P24 "Early 17th Century Literature"  Elizabeth Campbell

2Q95 "Shakespeare's Tragedies"   Ian Shaw

LIST B

ENGL 2P30 "Early Romantic Writing" James Allard

ENGL 2P61 "American Literature to 1865" Angela Mills

ENGL 2P91 "Canadian Literature to 1920"  Caroline Whitfield

ENGL 2P25 "The Age of Sensibility" James Allard

ENGL 2P31 "Later Romantic Writing" James Allard

LIST C

ENGL 2P56 "The Short Story" Steven Scott

ENGL 2P57 "Representing the World in Modern Fiction" Tim Conley

 

ENGL 2P62 "American Literature from 1865" Steven Scott

ENGL 2P92 "Canadian Literature from 1920 to the Present"  Caroline Whitfield

ENGL 2P96 "Valuing Modern Fiction" John Lye

Non-list

ENGL 2P10 "Young People's Literature to 1914"   Ann Howey

ENGL 2V93 "Twentieth Century Children's Fantasy" Ann Howey

ENGL 2P27  "Persuasive Discourse: Theoretical Foundations" Jaclyn Rea (also WRIT 2P27)

 

ENGL 2P11 Young People's Literature after 1914"   Ann Howey

ENGL 2P70 ""Introduction to Literary Theory"  Tim Conley

ENGL 2P93 "Women in World Literature" (also WISE 2P93; homed in WISE)

ENGL 2P95 "Women's Writing 1830 to the Present" Angela Mills (also WISE 2P95; homed in ENGL)

ENGL 2Q90 "English and Empire" Angus Somerville

 

ENGL 2F92 "Popular Narrative" tba (also offered as COMM 2F92 and PCUL 2F92; homed in COMM)

   

 

Year 3

D2
Also see the 2alpha90 level courses above

D3
Also see the 2alpha90 level courses above

 

LIST A

ENGL 3P20  "Spenser and the Age of Elizabeth" Elizabeth Campbell

ENGL 3P25 "Restoration and Augustan Literature"  Barbara Seeber

ENGL 3P95 "Romance and Visionary Literature of the Late Middle Ages" Angus Somerville

ENGL 3P92 "Anglo Saxon Poetry"  Angus Somerville (requires ENGL 3P91; qualifies, with 3P91, as a Humanities Language Requirement course)

LIST B

ENGL 3P30 "Early Victorian Literature"  Martin Danahay

ENGL 3P40 "The 18th Century Novel" Barbara Seeber

ENGL 3P41   "The Gothic Novel"  James Allard

ENGL 3P31"Later Victorian Literature"  Martin Danahay

ENGL 3P42 "The 19th Century Novel" Martin Danahay

LIST C

ENGL 3P38 "Twentieth-Century Literature: the Modern Period"  Tim Conley

ENGL 3P63 "Literature of the American South" Angela Mills

ENGL 3P45 "Modern Poetry and Poetics" Marilyn Rose

3V61 "Responses to WWI in Canadian Literature" Neta Gordon

ENGL 3P39 "Contemporary Literature in English" Steven Scott

Non-list

ENGL 3P90 "Auto/Biography" Steven Scott

ENGL 3P91 "Introduction to Anglo-Saxon Language" Angus Somerville (qualifies, with 3P92, as a Humanities Language Requirement course)

ENGL 3P94 "Literary Criticism"Mathew Martin (also offered as GBLS 3P94)

ENGL 3P96 "Old Norse: The Language and the Literature: Part I" Angus Somerville (qualifies, with 3P97, as a Humanities Language Requirement course)

ENGL 3P07 "Creative Writing: Poetry " (also offered as WRIT 3P07   Elspeth Cameron; application instructions

ENGL 3P28 "Rhetorical Analysis" Jaclyn Rea (also WRIT 3P28)

ENGL 3P97 "Old Norse: The Language and the Literature: Part II" Angus Somerville (qualifies, with 3P96, as a Humanities Language Requirement course)

3V96 "Feminist Rewritings of Traditional Tales"  Ann Howey

 

 

 

Year 4

D2
Also see the 3alpha90 level courses above.
Year 4 students having difficulty securing List course requirements should see the Adacemic Advisor or the Chair.

D3
Also see the 3alpha90 level courses above.
Year 4 students having difficulty securing List course requirements should see the Adacemic Advisor or the Chair.

 

LIST A

ENGL 4V00 "Milton and History" Elizabeth Sauer

 

LIST B

ENGL 4V32 "Experimenting With America: Writing and Reformism, 1830-1930"  Angela Mills

ENGL 4V31 "Women Writers of the Romantic Period"  James Allard

LIST C

ENGL 4V66 "Montreal in the 1940's: The Birth of Modern Canadian Literature"  Elspeth Cameron

ENGL 4V45 "James Joyce's Ulysses" Tim Conley

Non-list

ENGL 4P70 "Contemporary Literary Theory: Structuralist and Poststructuralist Thought" Kathleen Batstone

ENGL 4P98 "Senior Tutorial or Research Paper" (see the Calendar for details)

ENGL 4P85 "Honours Seminar in English Studies" John Lye

ENGL 4P71 "Contemporary Theoretical Approaches" Steven Scott

ENGL 4P15 "Words on Words: Narratives of Language" Robert Alexander (also offered as WRIT 4P15)

ENGL 4P99 "Senior Tutorial or Research Paper" (see the Calendar for details)

 

ENGL 4F99 "Senior Research Tutorial or Thesis" (see the Calendar for details)

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FALL WINTER SESSION 2005-2006 WRITING COURSES

Year 1

D2

D3

 

 

WRIT 1P94 "Introduction to Academic Writing" Jaclyn Rea (Section 01) and Caroline Whitfield (Section 02)

WRIT 1P94 "Introduction to Academic Writing" Jaclyn Rea

WRIT 1P96 "Introduction to Professional Writing " Robert Alexander

   

 

Year 2

D2

D3

 

 

WRIT 2P14 "Technical Writing"  Janice Zehentbauer  (also offered at COMM 2P14)

WRIT 2P27 "Persuasive Discourse: Theoretical Foundations" Jaclyn Rea also ENGL 2P27

WRIT 2P16 "Writing for Organizations" Colleen Pielechaty

WRIT 2P18 "Reporting and News Writing for Mass Media" TBA

   

 

Year 3

D2

D3

WRIT 3P16 "Organizational Discourses" Jaclyn Rea

 

WRIT 3P07 "Creative Writing: Poetry " Elspeth Cameron (also offered as ENGL); application instructions

3P28 "Rhetorical Analysis" Jaclyn Rea (also ENGL 3P28)

Year 4

D2

D3

 

 

WRIT 4P98 "Independent Studies in Writing" (see the Calendar for details)

WRIT 4P15 "Words on Words: Narratives of Language" Robert Alexander (also offered as ENGL 4P15)

WRIT 4P99 "Independent Studies in Writing" (see the Calendar for details)

 

WRIT 4F99 "Independent Studies in Writing" (see the Calendar for details)

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