English and Film Studies

300 Level English

 
Courses at the 300 level focus predominantly on historical periods and national literatures, with some foregrounding genre or cultural categories. These courses tend to survey their topics, engaging them by means of broad coverage.

Please consult the University Calendar for a full listing of our ENGL courses, not all of which are offered in a given year. Our department also offers Film Studies and Creative Writing courses.

Below are our course offerings; click on a course to see its description.

 





Spring 2017

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGL 376 A1 Late 20th Century Canadian Texts R. Fowler MWF 0900-1050
ENGL 384 A1 Reading Popular Texts K. Smitka MWF 1230-1420

Summer 2017

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGL 339 B1 Shakespeare K. Pratt MW 0930-1220
ENGL 389 B1 Children's Literature: Print Traditions A. Daignault TR 1200-1450

Fall 2017

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGL 309 A1 Aboriginal: Literary Movements K. Martin TR 1400-1520
ENGL 314 A1 Postcolonial: Irish Writing R. Brazeau TR 1230-1350
ENGL 316 A1 Postcolonial Literature and Culture: Middle Eastern Writing L. Ouzgane MWF 1300-1350
ENGL 325 A1 Medieval Literature and Culture: Texts J. Considine TR 1230-1350
ENGL 336 A2 Early Modern Literature and Culture: 16th Century Texts L. Schechter MWF 1000-1050
ENGL 337 A1 Early Modern Literature and Culture: Drama P. Demers TR 1100-1220
ENGL 339 A2 Early Modern Literature and Culture: Studies in Shakespeare C. Sale TR 0930-1050
ENGL 340 A1 Early Modern Literature and Culture: 17th Century Texts S. Brown MWF 0900-0950
ENGL 341 A1 Restoration and 18th Century Literature and Culture: Early Texts C. Harol TR 0930-1050
ENGL 348 A1 Restoration and 18th Century Literature and Culture: The Novel K. Binhammer TR 1100-1220
ENGL 352 A1 19th-Century British Literature: Early Victorian Texts E. Kent MWF 1200-1250
ENGL 357 X01 American Literature and Culture: Reading American Ideologies K. Ball W 1800-2100
ENGL 375 A1 Canadian Literature & Culture:Literary Production and Reception in Canada Today M. Carrière MWF 1200-1250
ENGL 380 A1 Canadian: Reading the Local K. Pratt MWF 1000-1050
ENGL 385 A1 Popular Culture: Issues in Popular Culture M. Litwack MWF 1100-1150
ENGL 388 X01 Children's Literature: Oral Traditions L. Rasmussen T 1800-2100
ENGL 389 A2 Children's Literature: Print Traditions P. Demers TR 1400-1520

Winter 2018

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGL 301 B1 Social and Cultural History of Genre B. Bucknell MWF 0900-0950
ENGL 302 B1 Literary and Cultural Theories M. Litwack TR 0930-1050
ENGL 305 B1 Literature and Religion: Forms of Conversion D. Gay MWF 1100-1150
ENGL 308 B1 Aboriginal/Indigenous Literature: Intellectual Traditions: 'Taking Our Spirits Back' M. Dumont MWF 1300-1350
ENGL 309 B1 Aboriginal/Indigenous Literature: Literary Movements C. Bracken MWF 1300-1350
ENGL 339 B1 Early Modern Literature and Culture: Studies in Shakespeare D. Gay MWF 1200-1250
ENGL 339 B2 Early Modern Literature and Culture: Studies in Shakespeare P. Demers TR 1230-1350
ENGL 343 B1 Restoration and 18th-Century Literature & Culture: Late 18th-Century Texts C. Harol MWF 1200-1250
ENGL 350 B1 19th-Century British Literature:  Romantic Texts C. Gordon-Craig MWF 1400-1450
ENGL 353 B1 19th-Century British Literature: Late Victorian Texts E. Kent MWF 1100-1150
ENGL 356 B1 American Literature and Culture: Reading American Technologies J. Cohn MWF 1000-1050
ENGL 358 B1 American Literature and Culture: Early American Writing M. Simpson TR 1100-1220
ENGL 362 B1 American Literature and Culture: Later 20th and Early 21st Century J. Varsava MWF 1100-1150
ENGL 365 B1 Early 20th Century British Literature and Culture B. Bucknell MWF 1000-1050
ENGL 367 B1 Contemporary Literature and Cultures: The Surveillance Society: Security and Spectacle in Contemporary Fiction T. Tomsky TR 1400-1520
ENGL 373 B1 Canadian: Writing and Colonization S. Krotz MWF 1400-1450
ENGL 376 B1 Canadian: Late 20th Century Texts C. Wiesenthal TR 1100-1220
ENGL 378 B1 Canadian: Contemporary Cultural Texts K. Martin TR 1400-1520
ENGL 384 B1 Popular Culture: Reading Popular Texts O. Okome TR 1230-1350
ENGL 385 B1 Popular Culture: Issues in Popular Culture E. Siemens W 1400-1650 
ENGL 389 B2 Children's Literature: Print Traditions R. Prusko MWF 0900-0950