2019-2020 WINTER COURSES - Thunder Bay

 
1st Year Courses

ENGL 1015 WA - Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 1015 WB - Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 1015 WC - Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 1015 WD - Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 1015 WE - Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 1015 WF - Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 1015 WG - Introduction to Academic Writing

ENGL 1015 WI - Introduction to Academic Writing - (NAP students only)

ENGL 1016 WA - Introduction to Professional Writing

ENGL 1016 WB - Introduction to Professional Writing

ENGL 1016 WC - Introduction to Professional Writing

ENGL 1016 WD - Introduction to Professional Writing

ENGL 1115 WA - Foundations of Literary Study

ENGL 1115 WDE - Foundations of Literary Study (available on the D2L website or contact the Department)

ENGL 1116 WA - Natives and Newcomers in Canadian Literature

ENGL 1116 WB - Natives and Newcomers in Canadian Literature 

ENGL 1117 WA - Introduction to Popular Culture

ENGL 1118 WA - Introduction to Film

 

Full and 2nd Year Courses
 

ENGL 1807 YA - Writing Skills for NNEP program (Native Nursing students only)

ENGL 2251 WA - History of English Literature II

ENGL 2510 WA- Global Literatures in English

ENGL 2817 WDE - Writing Across Genres: Non-fiction (available on the D2L website or contact the Department)

ENGL 2916 WA - Popular Fiction

ENGL 2917 WA - Children's Literature

 

3rd Year Courses
 

ENGL 3031 WA – Advanced Rhetoric

ENGL 3115 WA - 16th Century Literature

ENGL 3612 WA / WAO - Contesting America: Modernism and Beyond

ENGL / INDI 3750 WA - 21st Century Indigenous Storytelling

ENGL/WOME 3850 WA / WAO - Queer Texts

 

4th Year Courses

ENGL 4010 WA – Honours Seminar: Children's Literature and Environmentalism

ENGL 4010 WA - Honours Seminar: Buffy the Vampire Slayer

5th Year Courses

ENGL 5211 WA: Special Topics in 17th Century Literature - Staging Early Modern Prostitution

ENGL / SOCJ 5215 WA – Special Topics in Literature, Culture, and Social Justice: Fan and Media Studies

ENGL / SOCJ 5215 WB – Special Topics in Literature, Culture, and Social Justice:  Narratives of Climate Change