|Subject||Course||Section||Course Title||Course Description||Instructor||Files||Term|
|ENGL||332||001||Topics in Creative Writing||
This course will focus on a selected genre, approach, creative method, or other aspect of Creative Writing. Please see course instructor for details.
|ENGL 332_J.Robinson_Winter 2020.pdf||Winter 2020|
A study of Geoffrey Chaucer's "Canterbury Tales".
|Norm Klassen||ENGL 310B_N.Klassen_Winter 2020.pdf||Winter 2020|
|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.
|Elena Afros||ENGL 306A_E.Afros_Winter 2020.pdf||Winter 2020|
|ENGL||251||002, 003||Literary Theory and Criticism||
What exactly are we doing when we study literature? By examining a selection of critical methods and theoretical approaches, this course will enhance understanding of the many different emphases, values, and priorities critics bring to literature, and the many available perspectives on what constitutes literature's significance.
|Norm Klassen, Chad Wriglesworth||ENGL 251-002_N.Klassen_Winter 2020.pdf ENGL 251-003_C.Wriglesworth_Winter 2020.pdf||Winter 2020|
Various examples drawn, for instance, from Utopian and anti-Utopian science fiction, social science fiction, "gadget" science fiction, parapsychology, and alternate worlds and beings will be considered. Some attention will be given to the historical development of the genre.
|Andrew Deman||ENGL 208B_A.Deman_Winter 2020.pdf||Winter 2020|
This course studies the ways the self is constructed through text by examining a variety of life-writing approaches, organized from youth to old age, along with theories of identity, memory, gender, narrative, cultural studies, and autobiography as a genre.
|Carol Acton||ENGL 206_C.Acton_Winter 2020.pdf||Winter 2020|
|ENGL||200B||001||Survey of British Literature||
An historical survey of major figures, types, and trends in British literature from the Middle Ages to the late 18th century.
|Tristanne Connolly||ENGL 200B_T.Connolly_Winter 2020.pdf||Winter 2020|
|ENGL||119||001, 002, 003||Communications in Mathematics and Computer Science||
This course aims to build students' oral and written communication skills to prepare them for academic and workplace demands. Working independently and in collaboration with others, students will analyze and produce various written and spoken forms of communication. Projects and assignments will draw on materials for Mathematics and Computer Science students.
|Mark Spielmacher, Sylvia Terzian, Andrew Deman||ENGL 119-001_M.Spielmacher_Winter 2020.pdf||Winter 2020|
|ENGL||108X||001||Literature and Medicine||
How can literature help us understand the body, illness, and healing? The course considers the perspectives of patients and medical practitioners across a range of works, including poetry, fiction, medical texts, and other nonfiction.
|Carol Acton||ENGL 108X_C.Acton_Winter 2020.pdf||Winter 2020|
|ARTS||290||001||Second-Year Topics in Arts Disciplines: Disruptive Leadership||
This topics course will be offered from time to time by particular disciplines in Arts, to cover areas of emerging research and teaching interest.
|Scott Kline, Cristina Vanin||Winter 2020|