English and Film Studies

ENGL 103 variable titles Winter Term 2017

 

Winter 2017

Course

Title

Instructor

Time

ENGL 103 B01

Euroamerican and Indigenous Representations of Healing and Illness  Woodman, Dorothy

MWF 0800-0850

ENGL 103 B02

Fantasy and Reality: Conversations and Contestations Robertson, Leslie

MWF 0900-0950

ENGL 103 B03

When cultures collide, from aliens to bar brawls Morris, Mark

MWF 0900-0950

ENGL 103 B04

Going Global: From Satire to the Western Sucur, Slobodan

MWF 0900-0950

ENGL 103 B05

Going to the dogs: Canine Narratives in English Literature and Culture Young, Liam

MWF 1000-1050

ENGL 103 B06

George Orwell’s Nineteen Eighty-Four

Wells, Brianna

MWF 1000-1050

ENGL 103 B07

The Southern Gothic and Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl Pratt, Kate

MWF 1000-1050

ENGL 103 B08

Exploring Representations of Pocahontas Rasmussen, Lucinda

MWF 1100-1150

ENGL 103 B09

Espionage and Surveillance from the Twentieth Century to the Present and Modern-day Cyberespionage Wittmann, Anna 

MWF 1100-1150

ENGL 103 B10

Euroamerican and Indigenous Representations of Healing and Illness Woodman, Dorothy

MWF 1100-1150

ENGL 103 B11

Illness as (and against) Metaphor: the HIV/AIDS Crisis Schechter, Laura

MWF 1200-1250

ENGL 103 B12

Reading Race and Representation Litwack, Michael

MWF 1200-1250

ENGL 103 B13

Literature and its Environments Brazeau, Robert

MWF 1300-1350

ENGL 103 B14

Controlling the Message: Literary Representations of Historical Crisis Kent, Edward

MWF 1300-1350

ENGL 103 B15

When cultures collide, from aliens to bar brawls Morris, Mark

MWF 1300-1350

ENGL 103 B16

Case Studies in Research Moran, Richard

MWF 1400-1450

ENGL 103 B17

Versions of the Other Bargen, Darrel

MWF 1400-1450

ENGL 103 B18

Representing Youth: Politics, Pedagogy, Participation Snyder, Meredith

TR 0800-0920

ENGL 103 B19

Beowulf, from Old English to Tolkien

Brown, Sylvia

TR 0930-1050

ENGL 103 B20

Espionage and Surveillance from the Twentieth Century to the Present and Modern-day Cyberespionage
Wittmann, Anna

TR 0930-1050

ENGL 103 B21

Television Studies Tinic, Serra

TR 0930-1050

ENGL 103 B22

Contemporary Adaptations of Classic Fairy Tales Daignault, Amanda

TR 1100-1220

ENGL 103 B23

Roots and Routes - Case Studies in Canadian Literature van der Marel, Lisa

TR 1100-1220

ENGL 103 B24

Men and Masculinities in Literature & Media Agorde, Wisdom

TR 1100-1220

ENGL 103 B25

The Southern Gothic and Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl Pratt, Kate

TR 1100-1220

ENGL 103 B26

Representations of HIV/AIDS Dyck Fehderau, Ruth

TR 1230-1350

ENGL 103 B27

This Canadian Life Lael Netzer, Orly

TR 1230-1350

ENGL 103 B28

The Southern Gothic and Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl Pratt, Kate

TR 1230-1350

ENGL 103 B29

Representations of HIV/AIDS Dyck Fehderau, Ruth

TR 1400-1520

ENGL 103 B30

Shaping History Smitka, Kristine

TR 1400-1520

ENGL 103 X50

Strange Days: Climate change, finance capital, and our anxious futures

Harvey, Dan

T 1800-2100

ENGL 103 X51

Reading Race and Ethnicity in Literature Ogundipe, Olumide

T 1800-2100

ENGL 103 X52

Examining Voice and Perspective through Creative Non-Fiction Pinterics, Natasha

W 1800-2100

ENGL 103 X53

On Sympathy and Its Cultural Contradictions Cole, Richard

W 1800-2100

ENGL 103 X54

Recovering Pop Culture, Uncovering White Supremacy Kosman, Marcelle

R 1800-2100

ENGL 103 X55

Watchmen and Lady Audley's Secret Barnholden, Neale

R 1800-2100

  

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