teaching

[NB. Courses taught in person unless indicated; all online courses taught synchronously.]

Upcoming

  • Winter 2024: ENGL3611: Book production (Tuesdays 1-3:50 pm)
  • ENGL3722: Topics in speculative fiction: CliFi (Thursdays 1-3:50 pm)

Current

  • Fall 2023: ENGL3204: 18th-century prose and poetry (Tuesdays 1-3:50 pm)

Past

  • Winter 2022: ENGL1001: Introduction to the study of literature
  • ENGL3611: Book production
  • Fall 2021: ENGL 2101: Literature in English I (online)
  • ENGL 3204: 18th-century prose and poetry
  • ENGL3621: Writing by women I
  • Winter 2021: ENGL2003: Introduction to prose (online)
  • ENGL3722: Topics in speculative fiction: CliFi (online)
  • Fall 2020: ENGL2101: Literature in English I (online)
  • ENGL3203: Restoration and 18th-century drama (online)
  • ENGL3713: Special Topics: Harry Potter (online; co-taught with Dr. David Creelman)
  • Winter 2020: ENGL1001: Introduction to the study of literature (blog)
  • ENGL3713: Special Topics: Book production (blog
  • Fall 2019: ENGL2003: Introduction to prose (blog)
  • ENGL3204: 18th-century prose and poetry (blog)
  • ENGL3721: Literature of the fantastic (blog
  • Winter 2019: ENGL3205: Prose narrative before 1800 (info.; blog)
  • ENGL3722: Topics in speculative fiction: ZOMBIES! (info.; blog
  • Fall 2018: ENGL2101: Literature in English I (blog)
  • ENGL3621: Writing by women I (blog)
  • ENGL3717: Special topics: materiality of the book (info; blog
  • Winter 2018: ENGL2002: Introduction to drama (blog)
  • ENGL2102: Literature in English II (blog)
  • ENGL3204: 18th-century prose and poetry (blog
  • Fall 2017: ENGL1001: Introduction to the study of literature (blog)
  • ENGL3721: Literature of the Fantastic (blog
  • Winter 2017: ENGL1001: Introduction to the study of literature (blog)
  • ENGL3717: Special topics I: introduction to print culture (blog
  • Fall 2016: ENGL2101: Literature in English I (blog)
  • ENGL3203: Restoration and 18th-century drama (blog)
  • ENGL3722: Topics in speculative fiction: the short story (blog)

Image: Frontispiece, The Female Spectator, London, 1746 (Wikimedia Commons)