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George Herbert: Priest and Poet
A study of the life and works of one of 17th century England's supreme poets, drawing on biographies and other secondary sources to...
Surveys Jane Austen's major novels in their cultural and religious contexts. Through subtle commentary, Austen's narrators allude...
Studies in C.S. Lewis
Exploration of the major theological and fiction works of C.S. Lewis. The ongoing tension between reason and imagination, informing both his...
Survey the major genres of Shakespeare's plays and study a series of selected critical works. Prerequisite: 6 credit hours in ENGL.
Emphasizes Milton's major poetry, including Paradise Lost, Paradise Regained and Samson Agonistes, and provides an introduction to such...
Focuses on literature of countries that were once British colonies and have since become independent nations. Among the literatures discussed...
Study of literature produced by writers of African descent in the United States. Writings include the slave narrative, essay, poetry, novel,...
American Literature I
Introduction to influential American writers of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries up to the Civil War, shaping the direction of American...
American Literature II
Focuses on post-Civil War and 20th century American literature, in the major genres of poetry, drama and fiction. Representative authors...
Literature Across the Americas
This course draws on a selection of twentieth and twenty-first century literature in English from both North and South America....
Canadian Literature and Culture
An introduction to Canadian literature emphasizing writers of the twentieth and twenty- first centuries. Texts are chosen from works in both...
History of Literary Theory
Offers a survey of the major theorists of literature, from Plato and Aristotle to Augustine and Sidney, before looking at neoclassical...
Contemporary Literary Theory
Considers many of the theoretical approaches to literature that have proliferated in the 20th century. Recommended for all students who are...
Indigenous Writers of North America
Considers literature written by indigenous men and women residing in North America and engages with post-colonial theory in Christian...
Psalms as Poetry
Surveys poetic techniques in the book of Psalms, including Hebraic parallelism, and their influence on the history of poetry. Poets include...
The Romantic Epic
Observes how the writers of the Romantic age engaged with John Milton both as a political figure and as an epic poet. Prerequisite: 6 credit...
Shakespeare's History Plays
Explores Shakespeare's history plays, focusing on his use of political theory. Prerequisite: 9 credit hours in ENGL.
Advanced Directed Studies in English
This independent study option is open to fourth- year English majors who wish to explore a topic not covered in the regular curriculum and in...
|ENGL 497 & ENGL 499||
Honours: Thesis in English I and II
Students complete a major research project in English that demonstrates the ability to formulate a research question or thesis, use current...
Introduction to Environmental Science
Earth's physical environments are studied to appreciate the processes that occur in soil, water and air, both natural and caused by...
Five units must be completed as a non-credit graduation requirement for the Bachelor of Religious Education degree and one unit for the...
Introductory French I
Designed for students who have not previously studied French and who wish to begin the study of French intensively. Students are encouraged...
Introductory French II
Continuation of FREN 101. Prerequisite: FREN 101.
Intermediate French I
The main objective is the further development of written/oral comprehension and expression. This is a continuation of the Introductory French...
Intermediate French II
Continuation of FREN 201. Prerequisite: FREN 201.