English and Film Studies

ENGL 103 variable titles Spring and Summer Term 2019

 

Spring 2019 (May 6 - June 12, 2019)

Course

Title

 Instructor Time
ENGL 103 A01 Case Studies in Research: Representations of Adoption and Attachment Jennifer Sheckter

MWF 0900-1050

ENGL 103 A02

Case Studies in Research: Representations of HIV/AIDS Ruth Dyck Fehderau

MWF 1030-1220

ENGL 103 A03

Case Studies in Research: Thinking about Science through Literature Camille van der Marel

MWF 1200-1350

ENGL 103 A04

Case Studies in Research: The City in Canadian Fiction Ben Neudorf

MWF 1330-1520

ENGL 103 A05

Case Studies in Research: Popular Literature in Global Contexts David Buchanan

TR 0900-1150

ENGL 103 A06

Case Studies in Research:The Human/Machine Connection in Science Fiction Valerie Savard

TR 1200-1450

ENGL 103 A07

Case Studies in Research: Science Fiction and Contemporary Issues David Calloway

TR 1000-1250

ENGL 103 A08

Case Studies in Research: Monsters and the Other: Beowulf, Tolkien, Jackson, and Behn Darrel Bargen 

TR 1330-1620

ENGL 103 X01

Case Studies in Research: Adventures in Magical Literature Nick Beauchesne

MW 1800-2050

ENGL 103 X02

Case Studies in Research: Popular Culture Neale Barnholden

TR 1800-2050

Summer 2019 (July 8- August 14, 2019)

Course

Title

 Instructor Time

ENGL 103 B1

Case Studies in Research: Priel Buzny

MWF 0900-1050

ENGL 103 B2

Case Studies in Research: Banned & Burned: Literary Censorship Jason Breiter

MWF 1200-1350

ENGL 103 B3

Case Studies in Research: Lisa Haynes 

MWF 1330-1520

ENGL 103 B4

Case Studies in Research: Literature and the Creation of Community Brandon Kerfoot

TR 0900-1150

ENGL 103 B5

Case Studies in Research: Precarious Spaces and/in Literature Dominique Hetu

TR 1330-1620

ENGL 103 X50

Case Studies in Research: Fans and/as Researchers Megan Farnel

MW 1800-2050

ENGL 103 X51

Case Studies in Research: Cultural Encounters January Lim

TR 1800-2050