Wilfrid Laurier University Graduate Calendar - 2005/2006
Canadian Excellence

English
Department of English and Film Studies

Department of English and Film Studies

Full-Time Faculty
  • Andrea Austin, PhD (Queen's), Assistant Professor of English & Film Studies
  • Viviana Comensoli, PhD (British Columbia), Professor of English and Film Studies
  • Maria DiCenzo, PhD (McMaster), Associate Professor of English and Film Studies
  • Tamas Dobozy, PhD (British Columbia), Assistant Professor of English and Film Studies
  • Philippa Gates, PhD (Exeter), Associate Professor of English and Film Studies
  • Ed Jewinski, PhD (Toronto), Professor of English and Film Studies
  • Michael Moore, PhD (Queen's), Professor of English and Film Studies
  • Anne Russell, PhD (York), Associate Professor of English and Film Studies
  • Lynn Shakinovsky, PhD (Toronto), Associate Professor of English and Film Studies
  • Paul Tiessen, PhD (Alberta), Professor of English and Film Studies
  • Eleanor Ty, PhD (McMaster), Professor of English and Film Studies
  • Christl Verduyn, PhD (Ottawa), Professor of English and Film Studies
  • Robin Waugh, PhD (Queen's), Assistant Professor of English and Film Studies
  • James Weldon, PhD (Queen's), Associate Professor of English and Film Studies
University of Guelph
  • Christine Bold, PhD (London)
  • Dionne Brand, MA (Toronto)
  • Susan Brown, PhD (Alberta)
  • Gregor Campbell, PhD (Toronto)
  • Elaine Chang, PhD (Stanford)
  • Michelle Elleray, PhD (Cornell)
  • Alan Filewod, PhD (Toronto)
  • Daniel Fischlin, PhD (York)
  • Ajay Heble, PhD (Toronto)
  • Stephen Henighan, DPhil (Oxford)
  • Helen Hoy, PhD (Toronto)
  • Smaro Kamboureli, PhD (Manitoba)
  • Michael Keefer, PhD (Sussex)
  • Thomas King, PhD (Utah)
  • Richard Knowles, PhD (Toronto)
  • Janice Kulyk Keefer, PhD (Sussex)
  • Harry Lane, PhD (Toronto)
  • Mark Lipton, PhD (New York)
  • Paul Mulholland, PhD (Birmingham)
  • Martha Nandorfy, PhD (Toronto)
  • Daniel O'Quinn, PhD (York)
  • Tedra Osell, PhD (Washington)
  • Donna Palmateer Pennee, PhD (McGill)
  • Stephen Powell, PhD (Toronto)
  • Jennifer Schaker, PhD (Indiana)
  • Alan Shepard, PhD (Virginia)
  • J.R. (Tim) Struthers, PhD (Western)
  • Ellen Waterman, PhD (California)
  • Ann Wilson, PhD (York)
Course Offerings
Course # Title Credits
EN600 Research Methods, Theory, and Professional Issues 0.5
EN601 Fiction by Contemporary British Women 0.5
EN602 Gender and Genre in Renaissance Drama 0.5
EN603 American Women Writers 0.5
EN604 The Gender of Modernism 0.5
EN605 Representations of Gender in Victorian Literature 0.5
EN606 Theatrical Images of Gender 0.5
EN607 Ideologies of Genre in Nineteenth-Century Literature 0.5
EN608 Women Writers of the 17th Century 0.5
EN610 Feminist Theory and Women's Writing 0.5
EN615 Film Spectatorship 0.5
EN621 The Nature Lyric: Genre and Gender 0.5
EN622 British Feminist Drama in the 20th Century 0.5
EN623 Film Genre and Feminist Theory 0.5
EN624 Medieval Dream Vision Narrative 0.5
EN625 Medieval Romance 0.5
EN626 Postcoloniality: Theory and Practice 0.5
EN628 The Dramatic Experience 0.5
EN629 Canadian Literary Forms 0.5
EN630 Modernism and Postmodernism 0.5
EN632 Renaissance Domestic Tragedy 0.5
EN634 Dramatic Comedy of the 17th Century 0.5
EN635 The Gothic 0.5
EN636 Canadian Literary Pluralities 0.5
EN639 Genre in Irish Literature 0.5
EN640 Reading Theory 0.5
EN641 Voices of the Diaspora 0.5
EN642 Oral Performance and Oral Theory 0.5
EN690 Directed Studies 0.5
EN691 Special Topics in Gender 0.5
EN692 Special Topics in Genre 0.5
EN780 General Area Seminar 0.5
EN782 Intensive Area Seminar 1.0
DRMA6020 Canadian Drama in English 0.5
DRMA6040 Quebec and Franco-Canadian Drama 0.5
DRMA6050 Special Studies in Canadian Drama 0.5
DRMA6060 Aspects of Canadian Theatre History 0.5
DRMA6080 Special Studies in Canadian Theatre 0.5
DRMA6090 Aspects of Theatre in Early-Modern England 0.5
DRMA6100 English Drama to 1642 0.5
DRMA6120 Aspects of 19th-Century Theatre 0.5
DRMA6130 Aspects of 19th-Century Drama 0.5
DRMA6140 Aspects of 20th-Century Theatre 0.5
DRMA6150 Special Studies in Theatre History 0.5
DRMA6180 Aspects of 20th-Century Drama 0.5
DRMA6190 Special Studies in Drama 0.5
DRMA6220 Aspects of the Theory of Drama, Theatre, and Performance 0.5
ENGL6002 Topics in the History of Criticism 0.5
ENGL6003 Problems in Literary Analysis 0.5
ENGL6201 Topics in Canadian Literature 0.5
ENGL6209 Topics in Commonwealth/Postcolonial Literature 0.5
ENGL6412 Topics in Medieval/Renaissance Literature 0.5
ENGL6421 Topics in Eighteenth-Century and Romantic Literature 0.5
ENGL6431 Topics in Nineteenth-Century Literature 0.5
ENGL6441 Topics in Modern British Literature 0.5
ENGL6451 Topics in American Literature 0.5
ENGL6611 Topics in Women's Writing 0.5
ENGL6621 Topics in Children's Literature 0.5
ENGL6641 Topics in Scottish Literature 0.5
ENGL6691 Interdisciplinary Study 0.5
ENGL6811 Special Topics in English 0.5