Courses offered in 2022-23 and 2023-24

The English Department offers its courses in a three-year rotation. Below you can see what courses are expected to be offered (subject to revision) in the 2022-23, and 2023-24 academic years to help you with the planning of your degree. Descriptions of each course are available on the English Department’s website. Courses designated (P) fulfil the pre-1800 degree requirement.

Please note: ENGL 100 or 111/112, or equivalent is required for entrance to all other ENGL courses.

 

Courses Expected to be offered in 2022-23:

  • ENGL 100 Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • ENGL 111 Literature and Academic Writing I
  • ENGL 112 Literature and Academic Writing II 
  • ENGL 201 Science Fiction and Fantasy
  • ENGL 205 Shakespeare Today (P)
  • ENGL 215 Principles and Practices of Literary Criticism
  • ENGL 223 Creative Writing: Nature, Ecology, Climate Change
  • ENGL 233 Children’s Literature: 1865 to the Present
  • ENGL 236 Children’s Film and Television
  • ENGL 253 Coffeehouse Culture of 18th Century England (P)
  • ENGL 267 Introductory Creative Writing
  • ENGL 271 Gothic Fiction: The 18th and 19th Century Gothic Novel
  • ENGL 275 Shakespeare and Sex: Love and Lust (P)
  • ENGL 276 Shakespeare on War and Peace (P)
  • ENGL 278 Short Turns: The Short Story in Canada
  • ENGL 279 What’s Canadian about Canadian Literature?
  • ENGL 290 The Canterbury Tales (P)
  • ENGL 301 European Film
  • ENGL 308 Milton and His Time (P)
  • ENGL 314 Contemporary Literary Theory
  • ENGL 353 Tolkien and the Inklings
  • ENGL 356 18th-Century Novel and Poetry (P)
  • ENGL 365 Canadian Fiction
  • ENGL 391 Selected Topics topic (TBD)
  • ENGL 397 Selected Topics topic (TBD)
  • ENGL 400 Honours Thesis
  • ENGL 491 Selected Topics I topic (TBD)
  • ENGL 492 Selected Topics II topic (TBD)
  • ENGL 497 Advanced Major Thesis
  • ENGL 499 Directed Study
     

Courses Expected to be offered in 2023-24:

  • ENGL 100 Introduction to Literature and Critical Writing
  • ENGL 111 Literature and Academic Writing I
  • ENGL 112 Literature and Academic Writing II 
  • ENGL 204 Shakespeare on the Page, Stage and Online (P)
  • ENGL 207 Literature and Myth: World Masterpieces II (P)
  • ENGL 213 Adaptation: Canadian Myths, Film, and Popular Stories
  • ENGL 215 Principles and Practices of Literary Criticism
  • ENGL 219 How to Tell a Story
  • ENGL 223 Creative Writing: Nature, Ecology, Climate Change
  • ENGL 233 Children’s Literature: 1865 to the Present
  • ENGL 236 Children’s Film and Television
  • ENGL 240 Literature of the Middle East
  • ENGL 249 Detective Fiction and Film
  • ENGL 257 The 21st Century American Novel
  • ENGL 261 Hollywood Film
  • ENGL 267 Introductory Creative Writing
  • ENGL 268 Marriage, Murder, Justice: Law and Literature
  • ENGL 272 Melancholy and Madness (P)
  • ENGL 275 Shakespeare and Sex: Love and Lust (P)
  • ENGL 277 Shakespeare’s Subversive Poetry: Narrative Poems, Sonnets, and Love Lyrics (P)
  • ENGL 278 Short Turns: The Short Story in Canada
  • ENGL 282 Literatures of Global Justice: Human Rights, Asylum, Self-Determination
  • ENGL 2xx Writing From “Here”: The Literature of Atlantic Canada
  • ENGL 304 The Early Tudor and Elizabethan Renaissance (P)
  • ENGL 314 Contemporary Literary Theory
  • ENGL 315 Fashion and Fetishism
  • ENGL 321 Romantics: Modern Poetry
  • ENGL 338 Performing Canada
  • ENGL 339 Cultural Theory and Popular Culture
  • ENGL366  Topics in Canadian Literature topic (TBD)
  • ENGL 388 Heroic Literature of the Middle Ages (P)
  • ENGL 391 Selected Topics topic (TBD)
  • ENGL 397 Selected Topics topic (TBD)
  • ENGL 400 Honours Thesis
  • ENGL 491 Selected Topics I topic (TBD)
  • ENGL 492 Selected Topics topic (TBD)
  • ENGL 497 Advanced Major Thesis