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COURSE NUMBER: ENGL 399
COURSE TITLE: Special Topics in English
NAME OF INSTRUCTOR: Varies
CREDIT WEIGHT AND WEEKLY TIME DISTRIBUTION: credits 3(varies)
COURSE DESCRIPTION: A course on a topic of figure of special interest to a member of the English faculty and offered on a non-recurring basis.

Prerequisites: ENGL 204, 205

The topics offered have been:
Year      Term      Course Code                     Topic
2007/08 Winter     ENGL 399         Post-Colonial Literature
2008/09 Fall          ENGL 399A      Canadian Literature Before 1980
2008/09 Fall          ENGL 399B      Psychology and Literature
2009/10 Fall          ENGL 399A      Film and Literature
2011/12 Fall          ENGL 399D      Fantasy Literature
2011/12 Fall          ENGL 399A      Theory in the Classroom
2011/12 Winter     ENGL 399B       Margaret Atwood
2012/13 Winter     ENGL 399E       John Bunyan
2013/14 Winter     ENGL 399F       Old English Language and Literature
2013/14 Winter     ENGL 399G      The City in Literature
2015/16 Winter     ENGL 399G      The City in Literature
2016/17 Fall          ENGL 399D      20th Century African-American Literature
2016/17 Winter     ENGL 399B       Reading Hope: Margaret Atwood
2016/17 Winter     ENGL 399C       Charlotte Bronte in Context
REQUIRED TEXTS: Varies by topic.
MARK DISTRIBUTION IN PERCENT: Varies by topic.
COURSE OBJECTIVES: Varies by topic.
COURSE OUTLINE: Varies by topic.


Required texts, assignments, and grade distributions may vary from one offering of this course to the next. Please consult the course instructor for up to date details.

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