Upper-level English Courses

The following courses are on offer this academic year. Click on course numbers for detailed course descriptions.

All 2000- and 3000-level English courses are non-sequential and open to any Acadia student who has completed ENGL 1406 (ENGL 1413 & 1423) “Writing and Reading Critically” with a C- or better.* 4000-level seminars are usually restricted to third-and fourth-year Majors and Honours students, though students completing a Minor may sometimes be admitted with permission of the instructor.

Course #

Course Title

Time

Day

Faculty

ENGL2006X0

 Strategies for Reading Literature

1:00 -2:30PM

M-W

 Barrett, Paul

ENGL2153X1

 Theory & Practice Editing

10:00-11:30AM

T-TH

 Campbell, Wanda

ENGL2173X1

 Medieval Literature 2

11:30-12:30PM

M-W-F

 Whetter, Kevin

ENGL2183X1

 Shakespeare 1

8:30 - 10:00AM

T-TH

 Slights, Jessica

ENGL2283X1

 17th Century Literature

3:00 - 4:30PM

M-W

 Cunningham, Richard

ENGL2386X0

 The Romantics

10:30-11:30AM

M-W-F

 Saklofske, Jon

ENGL2423X1

 Victorian Art & Aesthetics

1:30-3:00PM

T-TH

 Rigg, Patricia

ENGL2573X1

 Canadian Literature 2

10:30-11:30AM

M-W-F

 Barrett, Paul

ENGL2693X2

 American Literature 2

9:30-10:30AM

M-W-F

 Narbeshuber, Lisa

ENGL3053X1

 Experimental Poetry

3:00-4:30PM

T-TH

 La Rocque, Lance

ENGL3073X2

 Theory

4:00 - 5:30PM

M-W

 Quéma, Anne

ENGL3093X2

 Advanced Creative Writing 2

1:30 - 4:30PM

F

 Campbell, Wanda

ENGL3483X2

 Victorian Poetry

1:30 - 3:00PM

T-TH

 Rigg, Patricia

ENGL3523X2

 Writer & Nature 1

3:00-4:30PM

T-TH

 Larocque, Lance

ENGL3553X1

 Modern American Poetry

9:30-10:30AM

M-W-F

 Narbeshuber, Lisa

ENGL3693X1

 Postcolonial Lit 3: Aus/NZ

11:30-12:30PM

M-W-F

 Rose, J. Coplen

ENGL3843X2

 Writing by Women 2

10:00-11:30AM

T-TH

 Campbell, Wanda

ENGL3903X1

 Canadian Children's Literature

12:00-1:30PM

T-TH

 Schwenke Wyile, Andrea

ENGL3983X2

 Children's Literature 2

12:00-1:30PM

T-TH

 Schwenke Wyile, Andrea

IDST2433X2

 Epic Tradition 1

11:30 - 12:30PM

M-W-F

 Whetter, Kevin

ENGL4060X0

 Scholarly Methods

1:30 -3:00PM

F

 Whetter, Kevin

ENGL4173X1

 Victorian Women Writers: Narratives of the Feminine in Patriarchal Society

8:30-11:30AM

W

 Rigg, Patricia

ENGL4273X2

 Postcolonial Africa: Departures and Returns

1:00-2:30PM

M-W

 Vincent, Kerry

ENGL4313X1

 Turtle Island, Reading to Discover: Recognition via Uneasy Visual/Verbal Texts

1:30 - 4:30PM

W

 Schwenke Wyile, Andrea

ENGL4323X2

 Experimental Poetry: Poetics, Women, Writings, and the Senses

1:30 - 4:30PM

TH

 Quéma, Anne

*The exception is “Advanced Creative Writing” for which a portfolio and permission of the instructor are also required.