English

Current Course Offerings

Winter 2017

ENGL220 Literature in English to the 18th Century Sections

A survey of prose, poetry and drama to the 18th Century.

Literature in English to the 18th Century A survey of prose, poetry and drama to the 18th Century. Prerequisite: See calendar. Either (a) ARTS 001 or ASTU 100 or (d) ASTU 150 and one of ENGL 110, ENGL 111, ENGL 120, ENGL 121; or 6 credits of first-year English. Prerequisite: See calendar. Either (a) ARTS 001 or ASTU 100 or (d) ASTU 150 and one of ENGL 110, ENGL 111, ENGL 120, ENGL 121; or 6 credits of first-year English.
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Winter 2017

ENGL230A Biblical and Classical Backgrounds of English Literature - BIBLE/CLASSICAL Sections

From the Middle Ages to the present English literature has been profoundly influenced by the language, genres, narrative patterns and imagery of Biblical and classical writing. This course surveys a number of the most important works of these two traditions. Please note that this is not a Religious Studies course, a Classical Studies course or a History course. It is a course where we treat both Biblical and classical texts as great works of literature that have significantly shaped the English literary tradition. Prerequisite: See calendar. From the Middle Ages to the present English literature has been profoundly influenced by the language, genres, narrative patterns and imagery of Biblical and classical writing. This course surveys a number of the most important works of these two traditions. Please note that this is not a Religious Studies course, a Classical Studies course or a History course. It is a course where we...
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Winter 2017

ENGL319 History of the English Language: Later History Sections

Principles of language change. The development and spread of the English language from the Norman Conquest to the Modern English period.

History of the English Language: Later History Principles of language change. The development and spread of the English language from the Norman Conquest to the Modern English period.
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Winter 2017
No ENGL course(s) were found for W2017 term.
Winter 2017

ENGL340 Introduction to Old English Sections

Old English grammar, with readings in the prose of the period.

Introduction to Old English Old English grammar, with readings in the prose of the period. This course is designed to give students a reading knowledge of Old English. About a third of the course is taken up by a study of Old English grammar; the other two thirds is devoted to reading some Old English prose passages such as Bede’s account of the poet Caedmon or Aelfric’s Life of St. Edmund.
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Winter 2017

ENGL343 Old English Literature Sections

Old English Literature The best-known and most-read work of Old English literature without doubt is Beowulf, and this Old English epic is the central text for this course. Topics to be examined are e.g. the nature of the hero, the pagan/Christian dichotomy, the role of women, orality and literacy, the Other as monster, re-composing and appropriating earlier tales, etc. Before study of the poem proper begins, the course briefly acquaints students with some Anglo-Saxon elegiac literature (e.g. The Wanderer, The Seafarer) and battle poetry (e.g. The Battle of Maldon, The Battle of Brunanburh), since both elegiac and martial motifs are woven together in the epic. If time allows, the course concludes with a brief survey of some modern-day retellings of the epic (e.g. The Tower of Beowulf) and their political/ideological biases. Prerequisite: ENGL 340.
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Winter 2017

ENGL344A Medieval Studies - MEDIEVAL STUDIES Sections

Please see the Department website for further information on topics offered in the current session.

Medieval Studies - MEDIEVAL STUDIES The English Department typically offers two sections of this course every year, each section worth 3 credits and treating different topics which vary from year to year. Recent and upcoming offerings include such topics as Making Malory; Women Writers of the Middle Ages; the Arthurian Tradition; Medieval Literature and Medievalism. This course usually focuses on non-Chaucerian material from the Middle English period; some readings are in Middle English, others in translation.
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Winter 2017

ENGL344B Medieval Studies - MEDIEVAL STUDIES Sections

Please see the Department website for further information on topics offered in the current session.

Medieval Studies - MEDIEVAL STUDIES The English Department typically offers two sections of this course every year, each section worth 3 credits and treating different topics which vary from year to year. Recent and upcoming offerings include such topics as Making Malory; Women Writers of the Middle Ages; the Arthurian Tradition; Medieval Literature and Medievalism. This course usually focuses on non-Chaucerian material from the Middle English period; some readings are in Middle English, others in translation.
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Winter 2017

ENGL346B Chaucer and the Middle Ages - CHAUCER&MID AGES Sections

A detailed study of Chaucer's major works.

Chaucer and the Middle Ages - CHAUCER&MID AGES A detailed study of Chaucer's major works. When offered for 6 credits, this course surveys Chaucer’s entire career, including the dream visions and lyrics, Troilus and Criseyde, and the Canterbury Tales. When 3 credits, the course focuses on the Canterbury Tales. In either case, the course includes attention to Chaucer’s literary and historical contexts, with readings in translation from sources and analogues of his works, and to the range of scholarship on his work, with selective readings in criticism. Readings from Chaucer in Middle English; some class time is devoted to pronouncing and understanding Chaucer’s language. Offered every year.
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Winter 2017

ENGL352 Middle English Sections

The forms and development of the language.

Middle English The course studies the forms and development of the language, considering such aspects of Middle English as the shift from a synthetic to an analytic language; sound changes from Old English; regional variation; the influence of Latin, Anglo-Norman and French, and Old Norse; and the literary uses of the language. Rarely offered.
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Winter 2017

ENGL356 Chaucer Sections

For Honours students.

Chaucer For Honours Students. Focusing upon a selection of Chaucer's major works ( Troilus and Criseyde , The Book of the Duchess , ‘The Knight's Tale', and others), drawn from both the Canterbury Tales and his wider oeuvre, this course will examine both the traditions and texts that influence Chaucer's poetry (Boethius, Boccacio, Dante, Popular English Romance) and the considerable influence that his writing had on the later Chaucerian poets (Lydgate, Henryson, Dunbar, and others). By examining Chaucer's poems in the context of wider medieval poetry, we illuminate both his literary transformation of his sources and the lasting impact of his literary legacy on the work of his literary descendents.
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Winter 2017

ENGL417 The Literature of the Bible Sections

Please see the Department website for further information on topics offered in the current session.

The Literature of the Bible This course focuses on the close reading of representative Biblical texts (particularly Genesis, Exodus, Judges, Samuel, Job, Psalms, Canticles, Isaiah, the Gospels, the letters of Paul and Revelation) in the light of ancient analogues (such as The Epic of Gilgamesh), later interpretations (such as the Catholic Middle Ages, the Protestant Reformation, Evangelism, the Oxford Movement, American denominations and the United Church of Canada), recent challenges (such as Darwinism, feminism, postcolonialism, and lesbian and gay movements) and representative works of English literature (such as medieval mystery plays, Milton, Blake, Browning, Eliot, Timothy Findley, Toni Morrison, Thomas King and Tony Kushner).
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Courses Offered in Other Terms

ENGL220

Literature in English to the 18th Century
A survey of prose, poetry and drama to the 18th Century. Prerequisite: See calendar. Either (a) ARTS 001 or ASTU 100 or (d) ASTU 150 and one of ENGL 110, ENGL 111, ENGL 120, ENGL 121; or 6 credits of first-year English. Prerequisite: See calendar. Either (a) ARTS 001 or ASTU 100 or (d) ASTU 150 and one of ENGL 110, ENGL 111, ENGL 120, ENGL 121; or 6 credits of first-year English.

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ENGL230A

From the Middle Ages to the present English literature has been profoundly influenced by the language, genres, narrative patterns and imagery of Biblical and classical writing. This course surveys a number of the most important works of these two traditions. Please note that this is not a Religious Studies course, a Classical Studies course or a History course. It is a course where we treat both Biblical and classical texts as great works of literature that have significantly shaped the English literary tradition. Prerequisite: See calendar. From the Middle Ages to the present English literature has been profoundly influenced by the language, genres, narrative patterns and imagery of Biblical and classical writing. This course surveys a number of the most important works of these two traditions. Please note that this is not a Religious Studies course, a Classical Studies course or a History course. It is a course where we treat both Biblical and classical texts as great works of literature that have significantly shaped the English literary tradition. Prerequisite: See calendar.

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ENGL319

History of the English Language: Later History
Principles of language change. The development and spread of the English language from the Norman Conquest to the Modern English period.

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ENGL320

This class examines the development of the English language from West Germanic to the present; phonology, morphology, syntax and vocabulary.

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ENGL340

Introduction to Old English
Old English grammar, with readings in the prose of the period. This course is designed to give students a reading knowledge of Old English. About a third of the course is taken up by a study of Old English grammar; the other two thirds is devoted to reading some Old English prose passages such as Bede’s account of the poet Caedmon or Aelfric’s Life of St. Edmund.

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ENGL343

Old English Literature
The best-known and most-read work of Old English literature without doubt is Beowulf, and this Old English epic is the central text for this course. Topics to be examined are e.g. the nature of the hero, the pagan/Christian dichotomy, the role of women, orality and literacy, the Other as monster, re-composing and appropriating earlier tales, etc. Before study of the poem proper begins, the course briefly acquaints students with some Anglo-Saxon elegiac literature (e.g. The Wanderer, The Seafarer) and battle poetry (e.g. The Battle of Maldon, The Battle of Brunanburh), since both elegiac and martial motifs are woven together in the epic. If time allows, the course concludes with a brief survey of some modern-day retellings of the epic (e.g. The Tower of Beowulf) and their political/ideological biases. Prerequisite: ENGL 340.

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ENGL344A

Medieval Studies – MEDIEVAL STUDIES
The English Department typically offers two sections of this course every year, each section worth 3 credits and treating different topics which vary from year to year. Recent and upcoming offerings include such topics as Making Malory; Women Writers of the Middle Ages; the Arthurian Tradition; Medieval Literature and Medievalism. This course usually focuses on non-Chaucerian material from the Middle English period; some readings are in Middle English, others in translation.

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ENGL344B

Medieval Studies – MEDIEVAL STUDIES
The English Department typically offers two sections of this course every year, each section worth 3 credits and treating different topics which vary from year to year. Recent and upcoming offerings include such topics as Making Malory; Women Writers of the Middle Ages; the Arthurian Tradition; Medieval Literature and Medievalism. This course usually focuses on non-Chaucerian material from the Middle English period; some readings are in Middle English, others in translation.

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ENGL346B

Chaucer and the Middle Ages – CHAUCER&MID AGES
A detailed study of Chaucer’s major works. When offered for 6 credits, this course surveys Chaucer’s entire career, including the dream visions and lyrics, Troilus and Criseyde, and the Canterbury Tales. When 3 credits, the course focuses on the Canterbury Tales. In either case, the course includes attention to Chaucer’s literary and historical contexts, with readings in translation from sources and analogues of his works, and to the range of scholarship on his work, with selective readings in criticism. Readings from Chaucer in Middle English; some class time is devoted to pronouncing and understanding Chaucer’s language. Offered every year.

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ENGL352

Middle English
The course studies the forms and development of the language, considering such aspects of Middle English as the shift from a synthetic to an analytic language; sound changes from Old English; regional variation; the influence of Latin, Anglo-Norman and French, and Old Norse; and the literary uses of the language. Rarely offered.

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ENGL356

Chaucer
For Honours Students. Focusing upon a selection of Chaucer’s major works ( Troilus and Criseyde , The Book of the Duchess , ‘The Knight’s Tale’, and others), drawn from both the Canterbury Tales and his wider oeuvre, this course will examine both the traditions and texts that influence Chaucer’s poetry (Boethius, Boccacio, Dante, Popular English Romance) and the considerable influence that his writing had on the later Chaucerian poets (Lydgate, Henryson, Dunbar, and others). By examining Chaucer’s poems in the context of wider medieval poetry, we illuminate both his literary transformation of his sources and the lasting impact of his literary legacy on the work of his literary descendents.

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ENGL417

The Literature of the Bible
This course focuses on the close reading of representative Biblical texts (particularly Genesis, Exodus, Judges, Samuel, Job, Psalms, Canticles, Isaiah, the Gospels, the letters of Paul and Revelation) in the light of ancient analogues (such as The Epic of Gilgamesh), later interpretations (such as the Catholic Middle Ages, the Protestant Reformation, Evangelism, the Oxford Movement, American denominations and the United Church of Canada), recent challenges (such as Darwinism, feminism, postcolonialism, and lesbian and gay movements) and representative works of English literature (such as medieval mystery plays, Milton, Blake, Browning, Eliot, Timothy Findley, Toni Morrison, Thomas King and Tony Kushner).

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Winter 2017

ENGL100 Reading and Writing about Literature Sections

A writing-intensive introduction to the disciplines of literary studies through the exploration of texts in their critical and theoretical contexts. Fulfils the first-year component of the Faculty of Arts Writing and Research Requirement. Open only to students in the Faculty of Arts. Recommended for students intending to become English majors. Essays are required.

ENGL110 Approaches to Literature Sections

Study of selected examples of poetry, fiction, and drama. Essays are required.

ENGL111 Approaches to Non-fictional Prose Sections

Study of a selection of prose texts ranging in length from the essay to the book, with emphasis on writing of the twentieth century. Essays are required.

ENGL112 Strategies for University Writing Sections

Study and practice of the principles of university-level discourse, with multidisciplinary readings and emphasis on processes of research-based writing. Essays are required. This course is not available for students in the Faculty of Arts.

ENGL120 Literature and Criticism Sections

Enriched study of selected works of literature from a number of critical perspectives. Open to students with a BC-equivalent mark of "A" (86%) in English 12 or "B+" (80%) in English Literature 12. Essays are required.

ENGL140 Challenging Language Myths Sections

Critical consideration of a broad range of commonly held beliefs about language and its relation to the brain and cognition, learning, society, change and evolution. Note: This is an elective course that does not fulfill writing requirements in any faculty or the literature requirement in the Faculty of Arts.

ENGL210 An Introduction to English Honours Sections

For Honours students accepted by the English Honours Committee on the recommendation of the instructor. Students permitted to take this course must take ENGL 211 concurrently.

ENGL211 Seminar for English Honours Sections

An introduction to practical criticism; required of and open only to students of ENGL 210. A limited number of texts from a range of genres and periods will be chosen for close critical analysis.

ENGL220 Literature in English to the 18th Century Sections

A survey of prose, poetry and drama to the 18th Century.

ENGL221 Literature in Britain: the 18th Century to the Present Sections

A survey of poetry, drama, fiction and non-fiction prose from the 18th century to the present.

ENGL222 Literature in Canada Sections

The major types of Canadian writing: fiction, poetry, non-fictional prose, and drama

ENGL223 Literature in the United States Sections

The major types of American writing: fiction, poetry, drama and non-fictional prose.

ENGL224 World Literature in English Sections

English literature produced outside Britain and North America.

ENGL225 Poetry Sections

Principles, methods, and resources for reading poetry.

ENGL226 Drama Sections

Principles, methods and resources for reading drama.

ENGL227 Prose Fiction Sections

Principles, methods and resources for reading the novel and the short story.

ENGL229A Topics in the Study of Language and/or Rhetoric - LANGUAG/RHETORIC Sections

For an up to date listing of available topics, please see the English Department (http://english.ubc.ca/undergraduate/undergraduate-courses/2016-winter-session/ ).

ENGL229B Topics in the Study of Language and/or Rhetoric - LANGUAG/RHETORIC Sections

For an up to date listing of available topics, please see the English Department (http://english.ubc.ca/undergraduate/undergraduate-courses/2016-winter-session/ ).

ENGL231 Introduction to Indigenous Literatures Sections

A study of cultural expression in contemporary indigenous contexts.

ENGL232 Approaches to Media Studies Sections

Approaches to the study of media: philosophical; technological; cultural; theoretical.

ENGL301 Technical Writing Sections

Study of the principles of written communication in general business and professional activities, and practice in the preparation of abstracts, proposals, reports, and correspondence. This course is closed to first- and second-year students in Arts. Not for credit towards the English Major or Minor.

ENGL304A Advanced Composition - ADV COMPOSITION Sections

Special emphasis on rhetoric, with a focus on audience, authorial voice, and range of style.

ENGL307A Studies in Rhetoric - RHETORIC STUDIES Sections

Topics in rhetorical theories and their application.

ENGL309 Rhetoric of Science, Technology, and Medicine Sections

Exploration of the persuasive dimension of discourse practices in science, technology, and medicine.

ENGL310 History and Theory of Rhetoric: Classical Rhetoric Sections

Introduction to classical rhetoric with attention to the analysis of present-day texts.

ENGL311 History and Theory of Rhetoric: The Later Theory Sections

Rhetorical theory from Augustine to the 21st century, emphasizing questions of persuasion in everyday life.

ENGL312A Discourse and Society - DISCOURSE&SOCIET Sections

Introduction to theories of language and culture, and to techniques for analysing discourses in their social contexts.

ENGL318 History of the English Language: Early History Sections

Principles of language change and language typology. The development of the English language from its Indo-European origins to the end of the Anglo-Saxon period.

ENGL319 History of the English Language: Later History Sections

Principles of language change. The development and spread of the English language from the Norman Conquest to the Modern English period.

ENGL321 English Grammar and Usage Sections

Descriptive approaches to the English Language

ENGL322A Stylistics - STYLISTICS Sections

Application of linguistic theory and method to stylistic analysis.

ENGL323A Varieties of English - ENGLISH DIALECTS Sections

Study of geographical, social, and/or urban dialects of English.

ENGL328 Metaphor, Language and Thought Sections

Exploration of the concepts underlying figurative language (in vocabulary as well as in grammar), using data from both colloquial and literary language.

ENGL330A The Structure of Modern English: Sounds and Words - ENGL STRUCTURE 1 Sections

An introduction to phonology, morphology, and lexical semantics.

ENGL331 The Structure of Modern English: Sentences and Their Uses Sections

An introduction to syntax, pragmatics, and sentence semantics.

ENGL332 Approaches to Media History Sections

History of media and technological change; literary, rhetorical, or linguistic methods of inquiry.

ENGL340 Introduction to Old English Sections

Old English grammar, with readings in the prose of the period.

ENGL343 Old English Literature Sections

ENGL344A Medieval Studies - MEDIEVAL STUDIES Sections

Please see the Department website for further information on topics offered in the current session.

ENGL344B Medieval Studies - MEDIEVAL STUDIES Sections

Please see the Department website for further information on topics offered in the current session.

ENGL346A Chaucer and the Middle Ages - CHAUCER&MID AGES Sections

A detailed study of Chaucer's major works.

ENGL347A Renaissance Studies - RENAISSANCE Sections

Please see the Department website for further information on topics offered in the current session.

ENGL348A Shakespeare and the Renaissance - SHAKESPEARE Sections

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ENGL349A Seventeenth-Century Studies - 17TH CENTURY Sections

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ENGL354A Milton and the Seventeenth Century - MILTON&17TH CENT Sections

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ENGL357M Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Studies - RESTORATION &18C Sections

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ENGL358 Studies in an Eighteenth-Century Genre Sections

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ENGL359A Studies in Romanticism - ROMANTICISM Sections

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ENGL359B Studies in Romanticism - ROMANTICISM Sections

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ENGL362 Studies in a Nineteenth-Century Genre Sections

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ENGL364A Nineteenth-Century Studies - 19TH CENTURY Sections

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ENGL406A Studies in Prose Fiction - FICTION STUDIES Sections

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ENGL409K Modern Critical Theories - CRITICAL THEORY Sections

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ENGL419A History of the Book - HIST OF THE BOOK Sections

ENGL462A Twentieth-Century British and Irish Studies - 20C BRIT & IRISH Sections

Please see the Department website for further information on topics offered in the current session.

ENGL464A Twentieth-Century Studies - 20TH CENTURY Sections

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ENGL466A Studies in a Twentieth-Century Genre - 20C GENRE Sections

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ENGL468A Children's Literature - CHILDREN'S LIT Sections

ENGL470A Canadian Studies - CANADIAN STUDIES Sections

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ENGL470B Canadian Studies - CANADIAN STUDIES Sections

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ENGL470D Canadian Studies - CANADIAN STUDIES Sections

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ENGL472A American Studies - AMERICAN STUDIES Sections

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ENGL472D American Studies - AMERICAN STUDIES Sections

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ENGL474A Studies in Contemporary Literature - CONTEMPORARY LIT Sections

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ENGL474B Studies in Contemporary Literature - CONTEMPORARY LIT Sections

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ENGL474D Studies in Contemporary Literature - CONTEMPORARY LIT Sections

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ENGL476A Indigenous Studies - INDIGENOUS LITS Sections

Please see the Department website for further information on topics offered in the current session.

ENGL478A Post-colonial Studies - POSTCOLONIAL LIT Sections

Please see the Department website for further information on topics offered in the current session.

ENGL480 Asian Canadian and/or Asian Transnational Studies Sections

Please see the Department website for further information on topics offered in the current session.

ENGL489 Language Majors Seminar Sections

Required of all Language Majors. See department website (http://www.english.ubc.ca/ugrad/majors/compl_lang.htm) for options.

ENGL490 Literature Majors Seminar Sections

Required of all Literature Majors. See Department Website (www.english.ubc.ca) for options.

ENGL491A Senior Honours Seminar - SR HONORS SEMNR1 Sections

Offerings in literary theory.

ENGL491B Senior Honours Seminar - SR HONORS SEMNR1 Sections

Offerings in literary theory.

ENGL491C Senior Honours Seminar - SR HONORS SEMNR1 Sections

Offerings in literary theory.

ENGL491D Senior Honours Seminar - SR HONORS SEMNR1 Sections

Offerings in literary theory.

ENGL492A Senior Honours Seminar - SR HONORS SEMNR2 Sections

Offerings in literary research.

ENGL492B Senior Honours Seminar - SR HONORS SEMNR2 Sections

Offerings in literary research.

ENGL492C Senior Honours Seminar - SR HONORS SEMNR2 Sections

Offerings in literary research.

ENGL492D Senior Honours Seminar - SR HONORS SEMNR2 Sections

Offerings in literary research.

ENGL496A Directed Readings in English Literature - DIRECTED READING Sections

For Honours students only.

ENGL496B Directed Readings in English Literature - DIRECTED READING Sections

For Honours students only.

ENGL496H Directed Readings in English Literature - DIRECTED READING Sections

For Honours students only.

ENGL499A Honours Essay - HONOURS ESSAY Sections

ENGL499B Honours Essay - HONOURS ESSAY Sections

ENGL499C Honours Essay - HONOURS ESSAY Sections

ENGL500 Research in English Studies Sections

Required of all graduate students in the M.A. program. Pass/Fail.

ENGL505A Studies in Fiction - STUDIES FICTION Sections

ENGL506A Studies in Poetry - STUDIES POETRY Sections

ENGL508A Linguistic Studies of Contemporary English - LING CNTMPRY ENG Sections

ENGL509A Studies in Rhetoric - STDS RHETORIC Sections

ENGL510A Studies in Old English - STUDIES OLD ENGL Sections

ENGL514A Studies in the Renaissance - ST'S RENAISSANCE Sections

ENGL520A Studies in the Seventeenth Century - STUDIES 17TH C Sections

ENGL525A Studies in the Eighteenth Century - STUDIES 18TH C Sections

ENGL539A Studies in the Twentieth Century - STUDIES 20TH C Sections

ENGL540A Studies in American Literature to 1890 - AMER LIT TO 1890 Sections

ENGL541A Studies in American Literature Since 1890 - AMER LIT 1890 ON Sections

ENGL545A Studies in Canadian Literature - STUDIES CAN LIT Sections

ENGL546A Studies in Commonwealth/Post-colonial Literatures - CMMNWLTH/POSTCOL Sections

ENGL547A Directed Reading - DIRECTED READING Sections

ENGL547B Directed Reading - DIRECTED READING Sections

ENGL547C Directed Reading - DIRECTED READING Sections

ENGL549A Master's Thesis - MASTERS THESIS Sections

ENGL549B Master's Thesis - MASTERS THESIS Sections

ENGL553A Studies in Literary Theory - ST'S LIT THEORY Sections

ENGL553B Studies in Literary Theory - ST'S LIT THEORY Sections

ENGL555A Studies in Literature and the Other Arts - STDIES LIT/ARTS Sections

ENGL649 Doctoral Dissertation Sections