Courses by Category

This is a complete list of all courses taught in the Department of English beyond the 1000 level.

Category A - Approaches, Theories, & Methods

AP/EN 2000 6.0  Literary Theory
AP/EN 2001 3.0  Literary Theory I
AP/EN 2002 3.0  Literary Theory II
AP/EN 2010 6.0  Gender Studies
AP/EN 2011 3.0  Gender Studies I
AP/EN 2012 3.0  Gender Studies II
AP/EN 2020 3.0  English Language & Linguistics
AP/EN 3000 6.0  Contemporary Literary & Cultural Theory
AP/EN 3020 6.0  Psychoanalysis & Approaches to Literature
AP/EN 3030 6.0  Postcolonial Theory
AP/EN 3031 6.0  Diaspora Theory
AP/EN 3032 6.0  Intercultural Children's Literature & Theory
AP/EN 3040 6.0  Style & Stylistics
AP/EN 3040 3.0  Style & Stylistics
AP/EN 3041 6.0  Writer/Critic
AP/EN 3050 6.0  Poetry & Poetics
AP/EN 3060 6.0  Healing Fiction: Literature & Medicine
AP/EN 3061 6.0  Love & Metaphor: Renaissance Contexts
AP/EN 3070 6.0  Filming Literature
AP/EN 3073 6.0  The Small Town in Film & Literature (formerly EN 4073)
AP/EN 3080 6.0  Theatre in Review
AP/EN 4000 6.0  Studies in Literary Theory: Cultural Studies
AP/EN 4000 3.0  Studies in Literary Theory: Cultural Studies
AP/EN 4001 6.0  Sampling Culture
AP/EN 4002 6.0  Food & Writing
AP/EN 4003 6.0  Urban Experience in Victorian Britain
AP/EN 4004 6.0  Frye & McLuhan
AP/EN 4004 3.0  Frye & McLuhan
AP/EN 4005 3.0  Literature and Animals
AP/EN 4010 3.0  Feminist Theory
AP/EN 4011 3.0  Queer Theory
AP/EN 4012 3.0  The Sapphic Muse
AP/EN 4020 6.0  Literature & Philosophy
AP/EN 4020 3.0  Literature & Philosophy
AP/EN 4021 6.0  Theory, Theology, Philosophy
AP/EN 4022 6.0  C.G. Jung & Literature
AP/EN 4040 6.0  Imagining Language
AP/EN 4041 3.0  History & Description of the English Language
AP/EN 4041 6.0  History & Description of the English Language
AP/EN 4042 3.0  Narratology
AP/EN 4050 6.0  The Arts of Memory
AP/EN 4061 3.0  Environmental Justice Literature
AP/EN 4070 6.0  Literature & Other Arts
AP/EN 4071 6.0  Studies in Film & Literature
AP/EN 4072 6.0  Masculinity in American Film & Fiction
AP/EN 4073 6.0  The Small Town in Film & Literature
AP/EN 4080 6.0  Concept of Play
AP/EN 4080 3.0  Concept of Play

Category B - Genres & Modes

AP/EN 2100 6.0  Poetry
AP/EN 2100 3.0  Poetry
AP/EN 2120 6.0  Prose Narrative
AP/EN 2120 3.0  Prose Narrative
AP/EN 2130 6.0  The Short Story
AP/EN 2130 3.0  The Short Story
AP/EN 2140 6.0  Drama
AP/EN 2140 3.0  Drama
AP/EN 2150 6.0  Satire
AP/EN 2150 3.0  Satire
AP/EN 3121 6.0  19th- & 20th-Century British & European Literature
AP/EN 3125 6.0  Fin de Siècle to Modernism
AP/EN 3126 6.0  Literature of the First World War
AP/EN 3131 3.0  Modernist Movements: Anglo- American Modernism
AP/EN 3132 3.0  Dada, Surrealism, and Early Avant-Garde Movements
AP/EN 3135 6.0  Modern & Postmodern Conditions
AP/EN 3140 3.0  Avant-garde Since 1945
AP/EN 3150 6.0  Women in Literature: Comparative Analysis
AP/EN 3151 3.0  Restoration and 18th Century Drama/Poetry
AP/EN 3151 6.0  Studies in Restoration and 18th Century Literature: Drama, Poetry, Prose
AP/EN 3155 3.0  Recent Women Fiction Writers
AP/EN 3160 6.0  Literature of the Fantastic
AP/EN 3161 3.0  Rogues, Outcasts, Runaways: The Picaresque Novel in English I
AP/EN 3162 3.0  Rogues, Outcasts, Runaways: The Picaresque Novel in English II
AP/EN 3163 6.0  Rogues, Outcasts, Runaways: The Picaresque Novel in English
AP/EN 3180 6.0  Literary Non-Fiction
AP/EN 3190 6.0  Modern Drama
AP/EN 3191 3.0  Comedy
AP/EN 3192 6.0  Tragedy in Western Literature: Ancient and Modern
AP/EN 4101 6.0  Poetry from Sappho to Donne
AP/EN 4113 6.0  Poetry by Women
AP/EN 4115 6.0  Contemporary Poetry & Poetics
AP/EN 4116 6.0  Practical Poetics: A Workshop Seminar
AP/EN 4120 3.0  Rise of the Novel
AP/EN 4120 6.0  Rise of the Novel
AP/EN 4140 3.0  Contemporary Drama
AP/EN 4140 6.0  Contemporary Drama
AP/EN 4142 6.0  Tragedy & Meta-Tragedy
AP/EN 4143 6.0  Plays & Counterplays
AP/EN 4143 3.0  Plays & Counterplays
AP/EN 4146 3.0  Shakespeare & Contemporary Drama
AP/EN 4161 6.0  Theory & Practice of Autobiography
AP/EN 4163 6.0  Visionary Literature from Dante to Dylan
AP/EN 4163 3.0  Visionary Literature from Dante to Dylan
AP/EN 4165 6.0  City Texts & Textual Cities
AP/EN 4166 6.0  Major Canadian & American Novels
AP/EN 4170 6.0  Modernism/Postmodernism
AP/EN 4181 6.0  Contemporary Literature: Writers & Drugs
AP/EN 4191 6.0  Contemporary Women Writers
AP/EN 4191 3.0  Contemporary Women Writers
AP/EN 4192 6.0  Gay Male Literature

Category C - National Literatures

Note: The 2000-level National Literatures courses are all introductory in nature. By third and fourth year, National Literatures courses are divided into four sub-categories: Canadian, American, Global, and British.

AP/EN 2220 6.0  Canadian Literature
AP/EN 2230 6.0  American Literature
AP/EN 2240 6.0  Postcolonial Literatures
AP/EN 2250 6.0  Introduction to British Literature
AP/EN 2260 6.0  Introduction to World Literature
AP/EN 2270 6.0  Modernisms (formerly EN 3130)
AP/EN 2280 6.0  Medieval Literature (formerly EN 3150)

Canadian

AP/EN 3210 6.0  Modern Canadian Poetry
AP/EN 3220 6.0  Modern Canadian Drama
AP/EN 3220 3.0  Modern Canadian Drama
AP/EN 3225 6.0  Canadian Women's Theatre in English
AP/EN 3230 6.0  Modern Canadian Fiction
AP/EN 3231 6.0  Modern Québécois Fiction in Translation
AP/EN 3235 6.0  Canadian Women Writers
AP/EN 3240 6.0  Racial Minority Writing in Canada
AP/EN 3241 6.0  Mapping the Italian Experience in Canada
AP/EN 3251 3.0  Canadian Native Autobiography
AP/EN 3252 6.0  Canada and the True North: Indigenous Knowledge
AP/EN 3253 6.0  Canada and the True North: Legend & Memory
AP/EN 4200 6.0  Canadian Poetry
AP/EN 4200 3.0  Canadian Poetry
AP/EN 4209 6.0  Canadian Poetry: 21st-Century
AP/EN 4209 3.0  Canadian Poetry: 21st-Century
AP/EN 4210 6.0  Canadian Drama
AP/EN 4210 3.0  Canadian Drama
AP/EN 4220 6.0  Canadian Graphic Novel
AP/EN 4230 6.0  Canadian Short Story
AP/EN 4230 3.0  Canadian Short Story
AP/EN 4250 6.0  Canadian Topics: Literary Beginnings
AP/EN 4250 3.0  Canadian Topics: Literary Beginnings
AP/EN 4251 6.0  Canadian Topics: Elegy
AP/EN 4251 3.0  Canadian Topics: Elegy
AP/EN 4252 6.0  Canadian Topics: Life-Writing
AP/EN 4252 3.0  Canadian Topics: Life-Writing
AP/EN 4253 6.0  Canadian Topics: Fantastic Literature
AP/EN 4253 3.0  Canadian Topics: Fantastic Literature
AP/EN 4254 6.0  Canadian Topics: Contemporary Writers
AP/EN 4254 3.0  Canadian Topics: Contemporary Writers
AP/EN 4255 6.0  Canadian Topics:Contemporary Drama
AP/EN 4255 3.0  Canadian Topics:Contemporary Writing
AP/EN 4256 6.0  Canadian Literature and Ecocriticism
AP/EN 4284 3.0  History of Publishing in Canada

American

AP/EN 2231 6.0  African American Literature
AP/EN 3305 3.0  Native American Literature
AP/EN 3310 6.0  American Poetry
AP/EN 3319 3.0  American Literature Before 1800
AP/EN 3319 6.0  American Literature Before 1800
AP/EN 3321 6.0  American Literature: 20th Century
AP/EN 3322 6.0  American Literature: 19th Century
AP/EN 3323 3.0  American Literature: 21st Century
AP/EN 3350 3.0  Harlem Renaissance
AP/EN 3370 6.0  American Drama
AP/EN 3370 3.0  American Drama
AP/EN 3390 6.0  Style & Rhetoric: American Oratory
AP/EN 4315 3.0  Modern American Women Poets
AP/EN 4331 3.0  Nathaniel Hawthorne
AP/EN 4332 3.0  Edgar Allan Poe
AP/EN 4333 3.0  Herman Melville
AP/EN 4335 3.0  Henry James
AP/EN 4341 3.0  Wharton & Cather
AP/EN 4352 3.0  F. Scott Fitzgerald
AP/EN 4360 3.0  Literature of the American South
AP/EN 4361 6.0  Captivity Narratives
AP/EN 4371 3.0  Contemporary American Drama
AP/EN 4384 3.0  20th Century American Humour
AP/EN 4390 6.0  Contemporary American Gothic

Global

AP/EN 3410 3.0  Caribbean Literature
AP/EN 3420 6.0  African Literature
AP/EN 3430 6.0  South Asian Literature
AP/EN 3440 6.0  Contemporary Literature
AP/EN 4236 6.0  Global Jewish Literature & Cultures
AP/EN 4400 6.0  Diaspora Literatures
AP/EN 4410 6.0  Caribbean Performance & Memory
AP/EN 4410 3.0  Caribbean Performance & Memory
AP/EN 4411 3.0  Derek Walcott
AP/EN 4412 3.0  Transnational Writer: Amitav Ghosh
AP/EN 4420 6.0  African Drama
AP/EN 4421 3.0  African Diasporic Dialogues
AP/EN 4422 3.0  Wole Soyinka
AP/EN 4425 3.0  Post-Apartheid South African Theatre
AP/EN 4450 6.0  Studies in Postcolonial Literature

British

AP/EN 3500 6.0  Old English Literature and Language
AP/EN 3505 6.0  Middle English Poetry & Prose
AP/EN 3506 6.0  Chaucer
AP/EN 3515 6.0  Drama & Vision in the Middle Ages
AP/EN 3520 6.0  Poetry 1500-1600
AP/EN 3524 6.0  Renaissance Prose
AP/EN 3525 6.0  Renaissance Literature
AP/EN 3535 6.0  Shakespeare
AP/EN 3536 6.0  Shakespeare & His Contemporaries
AP/EN 3540 6.0  Poetry 1600-1700
AP/EN 3545 6.0  Elizabethan & Jacobean Drama
AP/EN 3545 3.0  Elizabethan & Jacobean Drama
AP/EN 3550 6.0  19th-Century British Literature & Culture
AP/EN 3551 6.0  Restoration and 18th-Century Drama
AP/EN 3551 3.0  Restoration and 18th-Century Drama
AP/EN 3552 3.0  Restoration and 18th-Century Prose
AP/EN 3555 6.0  18th-Century Novel
AP/EN 3560 6.0  Romantics
AP/EN 3570 6.0  Victorian Fiction & Its Reading Public
AP/EN 3591 6.0  Literature of Ireland
AP/EN 4500 6.0  Old English Literature
AP/EN 4504 6.0  Arthurian Literature
AP/EN 4505 6.0  The Medieval Book
AP/EN 4510 6.0  Middle English Literature
AP/EN 4511 6.0  Medieval Women Writers
AP/EN 4515 6.0  Early Modern Women Writers
AP/EN 4516 6.0  Early Modern Gender & Sexuality
AP/EN 4520 6.0  Renaissance Poetry
AP/EN 4520 3.0  Renaissance Poetry
AP/EN 4521 6.0  Renaissance Women Writers
AP/EN 4522 3.0  Sidney & Spenser
AP/EN 4523 6.0  Milton
AP/EN 4530 6.0  Renaissance Theatre
AP/EN 4531 6.0  Renaissance Spectacles
AP/EN 4531 3.0  Renaissance Spectacles
AP/EN 4535 6.0  Advanced Shakespeare
AP/EN 4536 6.0  Advanced Elizabethan & Jacobean Drama
AP/EN 4540 3.0  Sonnet Cycles
AP/EN 4550 6.0  18th-Century Literature: Realism & Representation
AP/EN 4551 3.0  18th-Century Literature: Female Bildungsroman
AP/EN 4560 6.0  English Romantics
AP/EN 4561 6.0  Romantic Revolt
AP/EN 4562 6.0  Blake & Wordsworth After Milton
AP/EN 4570 6.0  Faith & Doubt in Victorian
AP/EN 4571 3.0  The Brontes
AP/EN 4572 6.0  Victorian Poetics
AP/EN 4573 3.0  Victorian Ghosts
AP/EN 4574 6.0  19th-Century Literature: Thomas Hardy
AP/EN 4574 3.0  19th-Century Literature: Thomas Hardy
AP/EN 4575 6.0  Comic Novel: Dickens & His Contemporaries
AP/EN 4576 6.0  19th-Century British Female Tradition
AP/EN 4577 3.0 George Eliot
AP/EN 4578 6.0  Textual Denial: Same-Sex Issues in Victorian Literature
AP/EN 4579 6.0  Late Victorian & the 'New Woman'
AP/EN 4580 6.0  19th-Century Literature: Victorians into Moderns
AP/EN 4581 3.0  Decadence
AP/EN 4582 6.0  James Joyce
AP/EN 4582 3.0  James Joyce
AP/EN 4583 3.0  Virginia Woolf
AP/EN 4584 3.0  20th Century British Humour
AP/EN 4585 6.0  Modernist Fiction: British Irish, American
AP/EN 4585 3.0  Modernist Fiction: British Irish, American
AP/EN 4591 6.0  Recent Irish Poetry
AP/EN 4591 3.0  Recent Irish Poetry
AP/EN 4592 6.0  Seamus Heaney
AP/EN 4593 6.0  Recent Irish Fiction
AP/EN 4593 3.0  Recent Irish Fiction
AP/EN 4594 6.0  Neo-Victorian Novel
AP/EN 4595 3.0  Contemporary British Writers
AP/EN 4722 6.0  Editing Shakespeare
AP/EN 4723 3.0  Theories & Practices of Literary Editing

Category D - Popular Genres

Note: As of FW 2011, students may count up to a maximum of 6 credits from Category D - Popular Genres (EN 2170 - EN 3179) towards their major requirements.

AP/EN 2170 3.0  Horror & Terror: Gothic (formerly EN 3170)
AP/EN 2171 3.0  Coming of Age in Fiction (formerly EN 3171)
AP/EN 2172 3.0  Apocalyptic Science Fiction (formerly EN 3172)
AP/EN 2173 3.0  Children's Literature 1590-1900 (formerly EN 3173)
AP/EN 2174 3.0  20th-Century Children's Literature (formerly EN 3174)
AP/EN 2176 3.0  Comics & Cartoons I (formerly EN 3176)
AP/EN 2177 3.0  Comics & Cartoons II (formerly EN 3177)
AP/EN 2178 3.0  The English Detective Novel (formerly EN 3178)
AP/EN 3175 3.0  Travel Writing in English
AP/EN 3179 3.0  The Art of the Personal Essay