Graduate Courses

Please consult the University Calendar for a full listing of our graduate-level ENGL courses, not all of which are offered in a given year.

Below are our upcoming course offerings. Click on a course to see its description.

Fall 2022

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGL 569 A1 Ethical Listening M. O'Driscoll T 1000-1250
ENGL 579 A1 Queer Freedom in Caribbean/Canadian Narratives M. Bucknor R 1000-1250
ENGL 583  A1 Energy|Culture M. Simpson W 1000-1250
ENGL 695  A1 Love in all its (literary) forms G. Kelly F 1000-1250
WRS 301/603 A1 Writing Centre Theory/Intro Writing Centre Prac. A. Chilewska MW 1600-1720

Winter 2023

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGL 567 B1 Women's Life Writing Pre-1800 K. Binhammer M 1400-1650
ENGL 569 B1 The Traumatic Event K. Ball T 1800-2100
ENGL 673 B1 The Victorian Project of Self-Help P. Sinnema F 1000-1250
ENGL 695 B1 Shakespeare and Ecological Crisis C. Sale T 1400-1650

Previous Offerings

Winter 2022

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGL 582 B1 Issues in the Discipline: Reading Media M. Litwack M 1400-1650
ENGL 585 B1 Indigenous Texts: The Politics of Misrecognition: the Literary Activism of William Apess C. Bracken T 1000-1250
ENGL 586 B1 American Texts: Black Geographies and the Black Geographic T. Zackodnik F 1000-1250

Spring 2022

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGL 407/567 A1 The Cultural Politics of Jane Austen K. Binhammer MW 1230-1520

Fall 2021

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGL 591 A1 Literary Ecologies and Habitat Study S. Krotz T 1000-1250
ENGL 591 A2 #metoo and Canadian Literature J. Rak R 1000-1250
ENGL 681 A1 Reading and Popular Culture: Late 20th Century and Contemporary Book Cultures D. Fuller W 1400-1650
ENGL 695 A1 The Aesthetics of Disruption: or, How to Imagine the End of Everything in Nineteenth-Century Literature E. Kent F 1000-1250

Spring 2021

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGL 430/695 A1 Time, Narrative, and Historiography K. Ball TR 1230-1520

Winter 2021

Course Title Instructor Time
ENGL 569 B1 Borders as Methodologies Louise Harrington W 1400-1650
ENGL 575 B1 The History of Information Johnathan Cohn T 1400-1650
ENGL 578 B1 Representing Science Jamie Baron F 1400-1650
ENGL 635 B1 Shakespeare and Ecological Crisis Carolyn Sale F 1000-1250


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