Welcome to English 2021 - 2022
Fall 2021 Courses

ENGL 1201A Introduction to Principles of Literary Analysis, Dr. R. Lapp

ENGL 1201B Introduction to Principles of Literary Analysis, Dr. K. Bamford

ENGL 1201F Introduction to Principles of Literary Analysis, Dr. S. Fanning

ENGL 1501A Introduction to Poetry, Dr. G. Miller

ENGL 1701A Introduction to Drama Studies, Dr. G. Nichol

ENGL 2201A Literary Periods to 1800, Dr. J. Rogers

ENGL 2211A Introduction to Shakespeare - Dr. K. Bamford

ENGL 2701A Introduction to American Literature, Dr. P. Brown

ENGL 2801A Introduction to Canadian Literature, Dr. A. Beverley

ENGL 3241A Medieval Heroes, Monsters, Dr. J. Rogers

ENGL 3421A Literature in the Age of Enlightenment, Dr. R. Lapp

ENGL 3651A Literature by Women to the 20th Century, Dr. K. Bamford

ENGL 3871A Contemporary Literary Theory I, Dr. A. Ede

ENGL 3941A Modernism, Dr, P. Brown

ARTS 1991A Thinking Through the Arts, Dr. J. Rogers

Winter 2022 Courses

ENGL 1201D Introduction to Principles of Literary Analysis, Dr. A. Ede

ENGL 1201E Introduction to Principles of Literary Analysis, Dr. S. Fanning

ENGL 1701B Introduction to Drama Studies, Dr. C. Quint

ENGL 1801A Introduction to Prose Fiction, Dr. Geordie Miller

ENGL 2301A Literary Periods, 1800 - Present, Dr. R. Lapp

ENGL 3361A Literature and the English Revolution, Dr. K. Bamford

ENGL 3491A Late Victorian Literature, Dr. R. Lapp

ENGL 4231A Graphic Women, Dr. K. Bamford

***This course examines representative graphic novels by women, including authors such as Marjane Satrapi, Linda Barry, Alison Bechdel, Rutu Modan, and Emil Ferris.    For more information students should consult the instructor, Dr. Karen Bamford (kbamford@mta.ca).

ENGL4801A Local Literature and Diversity, Dr. A. Beverley

***This course focuses on diverse literary voices that speak from and to our local setting, here in Sackville, New Brunswick, and Mi'kma'ki. We engage with a micro-regional framework that considers comparative historical, contemporary, Indigenous, Anglophone, and Acadian texts. In collaboration with students and faculty from two other parallel courses, this seminar involves integrated experiential learning activities such as author visits and walking tours.

Pre-req: Third-year standing in English; or contact the instructor (abeverley@mta.ca)for permission.



Faculty Teaching in 2021 - 2022

Dr. Karen Bamford, Dr. Andrea Beverley, Dr. Peter Brown,
Dr. Amatoritsero Ede, Dr. Robert Lapp, and Dr. Janine Rogers.
Dr. Sarah Fanning will be teaching one course in the Fall term and one course in the Winter term.
Dr. Geordie Miller
will be teaching one course in the Fall term and one course in the Winter term.  


    Department of English Literatures: Summary of Scholarships and Prizes for April 2020 


The McKiel Scholarship
(Awarded annually to a 3rd-year student completing a Major or HONS in ENGL in his/her fourth year and who demonstrates high academic achievement)
2020 winner: Maggie Washington

The Allison Watson Beveridge Prize
· Awarded to the Honours ENGL student with highest achievement in completing an ENGL program)
2020 winner: Kennedy Longaphie

The Jennie Robinson Quinn Scholarship
· Awarded to the female student with highest standing in ENGL in the university
2020 winner: Maia Herriot

The Grace Tomkinson Memorial Prize
· Awarded to the third year ENGL student with highest achievement
2020 winner: Maggie Washington

The Edwin Ernest Graham Prize
· A book prize (or cash equivalent) awarded to a second-year student for excellence in 2000-level ENGL course
2020 winner: Tess Casher

Bryce McKiel Essay Prize
· Awarded annually to a student who has delivered the most impressive essay on a subject related to the analysis of literature in English, and high achievement in the discipline of good writing and clear thought and has completed two ENGL courses
2020 winner: Maia Herriot

 The Roger Calkins Prize in Shakespeare Studies
· This prize, established by the English faculty in honour of Dr. Roger Calkins, is awarded to the student with the highest achievement in Shakespeare studies each year.
2020 winner: Kie Gates

The Carrie MacMillan Prize in Canadian Literature
· This prize, established by the English faculty in honour of Dr. Carrie MacMillan, is awarded each year to the student with the highest achievement in the study of Canadian Literature.
2020 winner: Sara-Ann Strong

MASU Departmental Prize
· Awarded by MASU each year to the Department’s choice for their most deserving student.
2020 winner: Maia Herriot 
  
Hazel Steeves Creative Writing Prize
· Awarded by Department to the Department’s choice for their most deserving student.
2020 winner: Not awarded this year
 
Dr. Will R. Bird Memorial Scholarship Prize
· Awarded by Department to a second-year student with excellent writing skills and interests.
2020 winner: Katie Ashfield
  
 Graham Atlantic Prize in Creative Writing
Awarded by Department to the Department's most worthy work in Creative Writing 
2020:  Not awarded this year