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ARTS 390 041 Third-Year Topics in Arts Disciplines - Voice and Text at The Stratford Festival

This intensive immersion will be led by members of the Festival’s coaching team and will focus on acting the language of Shakespeare. The work will be practical in its philosophy and its application, wholly designed to give the aspiring actor a handful of tools with which to explore, personalize and perform Shakespeare’s text.

 

This is a block course and will take place May 3-15. Students may self-enroll up to April 25, and will require Department Consent following that.

 

Note: This course will be taught online through The Stratford Festival. Students will recieve instructions for accessing the course in April.

Alysia Kolentsis Spring 2021
ENGL 108P 041 Popular Potter

This course examines all seven of J.K. Rowling's Harry Potter novels.

Jesse Hutchison PDF icon ENGL 108P_J.Hutchison_Spring 2021.pdf Spring 2021
ENGL 208C 041 Studies in Children's Literature

A critical examination of works of children's literature. Specific readings may range broadly, encompassing works as diverse as ancient folk tales and novels and poetry from the 18th century to the present day.

Benjamin Lefebvre Spring 2021
ENGL 322 041 Postcolonial Literature of the Americas

This course examines postcolonial literature in English from Canada, the U.S., and the Caribbean. Through study of both written and oral genres, we will discuss how language practices adapt to and are created in colonial and postcolonial contexts. Topics may include diaspora and migration, nationalism, gender, neo-colonialism, and multiculturalism.

Sylvia Terzian Spring 2021
ENGL 362 081 Shakespeare 1

A study of the plays written before 1599-1600, excluding Julius Caesar.

 

Held with THPERF 386

Alysia Kolentsis Spring 2021
ENGL 364 041 Shakespeare in Performance at The Stratford Festival
An historical, theoretical, and analytical introduction to Shakespeare's plays in performance, both on stage and screen, this course focuses on specific problems and decisive issues of past productions and of those in the current Stratford Festival season.
 
 
This is a block course and will take place May 3-15. Students may self-enroll up to April 25, and will require Department Consent following that.
 
 
Note: This course will be taught online through The Stratford Festival. Students will recieve instructions for accessing the course in April.

 

 

Alysia Kolentsis Spring 2021
ENGL 378 041, 042, 043, 044, 045, 046 Professional Communications in Statistics and Actuarial Science

This course introduces students to oral and written communication in the fields of statistics and actuarial science. With emphasis on the public presentation of technical knowledge, the ability to give and receive constructive feedback, and communication in a collaborative environment, this course helps students develop proficiencies in critical workplace skills. This course is writing intensive and includes extensive collaborative assignments.

 

Department Consent Required

Held with MTHEL 300

Mark Spielmacher, Diana Lobb, Jesse Hutchison, Mike Lesiuk PDF icon ENGL 378-MTHEL 300-042 043 44_D.Lobb_Spring 2021.pdfPDF icon ENGL 378-MTHEL 300-045_J.Hutchison_Spring 2021.pdfPDF icon ENGL 378-MTHEL 300-046_M.Lesiuk_Spring 2021.pdf Spring 2021
ITAL 101 041 Introduction to Italian Language 1

An intensive study of the fundamentals of grammar and conversation. The language laboratory will be used.

Yuri Sangalli PDF icon ITAL 101_Y.Sangalli_Spring 2021.pdf Spring 2021
ITALST 391 041 The Italian Novel and Cinema

A survey of some of the principal novels of the 20th century in Italy in association with their cinematic versions by eminent Italian film directors.

 

No prerequisites for the Spring 2021 term.

Yuri Sangalli PDF icon ITALST 391_Y.Sangalli_Spring 2021.pdf Spring 2021
LS 101 081 Introduction to Legal Studies

An introduction to the study of law, its structure, and legal institutions from a cross-cultural and historical perspective. This interdisciplinary course examines the origins of legal systems and their impact on society. Included is an analysis of the diverse historical, political, economic, and cultural conditions under which law arises and functions within society.

Ryan Devitt Spring 2021