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Subject Course Section Course Title Course Description Instructor Files Term
ENGL 208N 001 Sex and Marriage in Literature

An examination of changing attitudes toward sex and marriage as those attitudes are expressed in literary works written in English during the various periods of literary production from the medieval period to the modern age.

Tristanne Connolly Winter 2018
ENGL 251B 001, 002 Criticism 2

An introduction to the theorizing of literary and non-literary texts. Emphasizing contemporary theories, the course will focus on the text, the reader, and culture.

Norm Klassen, Chad Wriglesworth Winter 2018
ENGL 306A 001 Introduction to Linguistics

Introduction to linguistics and the principles of linguistic analysis through an examination of English phonology, forms, syntax, and discourse.

Winter 2018
ENGL 309B 001 Medieval to Pre-Modern Rhetoric

A study of rhetorical theories and practices from late antiquity and the medieval, Renaissance, and Enlightenment periods, with an emphasis on how those theories and practices reflect changing attitudes towards language, society, and the self.

Norm Klassen Winter 2018
ENGL 318 001 Contemporary Canadian Literature

This course examines Canadian Literature written in the latter decades of the 20th century and into the 21st century. Literary works are studied in relation to relevant contemporary social, cultural and political topics, such as nationalism, aboriginality, multiculturalism and diaspora.

Veronica Austen Winter 2018
ENGL 325 001 Austen

A study of selected novels by Jane Austen, including Pride and Prejudice and Emma. Her letters and juvenilia may also be considered, as well as some of the films based on or inspired by her novels.

 

Cross-listed with WS 325

Tristanne Connolly Winter 2018
ENGL 335 001 Creative Writing 1

Aimed at encouraging students to develop their creative and critical potentials, the course consists of supervised practive, tutorials, and seminar discussions.

Winter 2018
ENGL 336 001 Creative Writing 2

Designed to assist advanced creative writers to develop their skills in various genres by means of workshop processes, supervised practice, and critical discussion of one or more major projects.

Winter 2018
ENGL 363 001 Shakespeare 2

A study of the plays written after 1599-1600, including Julius Caesar.

 

Cross-listed with DRAMA 387

Alysia Kolentsis Winter 2018
ENGL 378 001, 002 Professional Communications in Statistics and Actuarial Science

This course introduces students to oral and written communication in the fields of Statistics and Actuarial Science. With emphasis on the public presentation of technical knowledge, the ability to give and receive constructive feedback, and communication in a collaborative environment, this course helps students develop proficiencies in critical workplace skills. This course is writing intensive and includes extensive collaborative assignments.

 

Cross-listed with MTHEL 300

Mark Spielmacher, Sylvia Terzian Winter 2018