Final date to drop July-August (S) section summer courses without academic penalty: July 13, 2020 Full session (Y) – classes are from May 4 to August 17, no classes from June 29-July 3 and exam week is from August 18-21. JHB 718 (Jackman Humanities Building, 170 St. George Street). You can select up to 3 departments. This interdisciplinary, skills-focused course parallels the other component courses of the full-time ABP Science Option, supplementing those courses and helping students integrate their entire Academic Bridging experience, while Link to ACORN/ROSI to select your courses. *Location: This course will be delivered remotely through alternative means. This is a back-up room if the COVID19 situation changes. Additional information can be found in: The Arts & Science Calendar entry for the … The 2020-2021 academic year is different. Monday, Jun. Eliot, The Waste Land; Jean Rhys, Good Morning, Midnight. Midterm assessments should be scheduled for the week of June 16-19. Course Method of Evaluation and Course Requirements:  U of T's Department for the Study of Religion is Canada's largest religion department. The term Intersession is historical; used for the May -June session Summer 2020 All required courses in each MSW Field of Study are offered each year, although the semester in which a given course is offered may vary from year to year. ALL SUMMER COURSES OFFERED WILL BE ONLINE ONLY. Participation: 15%; Pre-circulated position paper: 15%; Exercises in Style: 20%; Essay proposal: 10%; Final essay: 40%. Timetable and room assignments are subject to change. The Summer Session at OISE consists of two 6-week terms. ), Where the Wild Things Are; Villeneuve (dir.) Please note: Course scheduled time, Descriptions, Reading List, Location and/or Course Delivery* may be subject to change. Please use the search form to browse for courses. No other online course offered during Summer 2020 can be used to qualify for any CMS POSt Term: SUMMER F-Term (May-June 2020) *Location: This course will be delivered remotely through alternative means. Herman Melville's Democratic Navigations This summer, step into the University of Toronto and explore the worlds of law and medicine. Date/Time: Mondays & Wednesdays, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm, 2 hours (First class, May 11; No class on VICTORIA DAY, MAY 18, but make-up class May 22; Final class on June 17) Date/Time: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, 3 hours (First class: May 5; No class on Tuesday, June 9; Final class: June 16) *Location: This course will be delivered remotely through alternative means. students who enrol in courses for the first time as of May 1 for F and Y courses, or June 26 for S courses only. 2021 Summer Courses PSL300H1F - Human Physio I Start date: May 3, 2021 End date: June 14, 2021 Classes: Tuesdays and Thursdays 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. F is the first term, or Fall term (September 14 to December 22, 2015), S is the second term, or Winter term (January 11 to April 29, 2016), and Y is first and second terms or Fall and Winter terms (September 14, 2015 to April 29, 2016), Limit your schedule by specific day(s) of the week, Search for courses with various delivery methods, Courses will be shown based on lecture delivery method(s) selected, Search for courses that have a wait list option available if the course becomes full, Enter any part of the last name. Rm. Restricted: Course/section is restricted to a group of students until a specific date, after which time another group of students is also able to enrol. (both books are available electronically through the UofT Library). Essay Collections: NowHere: Space, Time and Modernity (1994), ed.  G. Leonard JHB 718 (Jackman Humanities Building, 170 St. George Street). Method of Evaluation and Course Requirements: 2020-2021 Calendar Welcome to the 2020-21 Academic Calendar of the Faculty of Arts & Science, University of Toronto. Melville's fiction will be enlisted to inform debates over economic, racial and gender equality and to help us imagine one or another kind of sea-change in our social, political and environmental worlds. Essays by theorists including H. Porter Abbott, Wayne Booth, Monika Fludernik, Gérard Genette, Susan Lanser, James Phelan, Brian Richardson, and Marie-Laure Ryan. Virtual International Summer Academy Due to COVID-19, the in-person International English Programs (IEP) and Pre-University Programs (PreU) have been cancelled for the summer of 2020. 10 percent weekly response; 20 percent presentation; 70 percent final essay. The form options will contain a list of selectable options. Summer 2020 fees invoices will be available on ACORN for students enrolled in courses on April 20, 2020. For the latest information on McGill's Modernism and Temporality (Modernism, Modernity and the Crisis in Temporality) *Due to COVID‐19 the last day to elect CR/NC was changed for all sessions in the Summer semester. Home » Summer 2020 Electives Course List Summer 2020 Electives Course List Dates and other details are subject to change and will be confirmed once the Course Outline/Syllabus is published before the start of the course. Enrolment figures are updated once daily. First, it surveys core concepts and elements of narratology, providing a toolkit of concepts and methods that students will have at their disposal in their future research. Is the child merely a proto-adult, temporarily lacking in the requirements of full citizenship and full responsibility, or does childhood name a constitutive and irreducible dimension of human being? The SUMMER 2020 term runs from May 1 - August 31, 2020. Course Description: Find list of outlines of past undergrad courses offered at the Department of Statistical Sciences (from 2013 onwards). Lifelong learning takes the strength and courage of both mind and spirit. Critical Works (from which Selections will be drawn): Michael Bell, Peter Poellner; Religions of Modernity: Relocating the Sacred to the Self and the Digital (2010), eds. The department referred to as the Department. Course Reading List: What is the relationship among human rights, animal rights, and the rights of the child? Discussions will be supplemented by secondary readings that approach Melville's fiction from the perspective of American political history or that engage with theories of democracy and representation. Course Reading List: The session value is actually the term, from which the course or section begins. Please be aware that Instructor(s) details may change, Limit your schedule to time of day, for example Morning, Limit your schedule to time of day, for example, Search for meeting sections that have space available for enrolment, Enter any part of the course title or subtitle, Click on this button to remove the meeting or course you added. Stef Aupers and Dick Houtman. (2011); Fredric Jameson: A Singular Modernity: Essay on the Ontology of the Present (2002); Anthony Giddens: Modernity and Self-Identity (1991); Edward Said: Culture and Imperialism; Michael Gillespie: The Theological Origins of Modernity (2009); Marshall Berman: All That is Solid Melts into Air: The Experience of Modernity (1992); Maureen Perkins: The Reform of Time: Magic and Modernity (2001) Without eternal verities intersecting causal sequence, time becomes a burden. This is a back-up room if the COVID19 situation changes. Rm. Course Reading List:  The course therefore examines not only how innovative narratives force theory to revise and reinvent its models, but also how they might themselves be profitably read as narrative theory. Course Description: FALL 2020/WINTER 2021 TIMETABLE The table below includes School course descriptions (ENV, JGE, JEH) from the Arts & Science Calendar and the most recent course syllabi, except for those winter courses where the instructor for this coming winter is different from last winter. This is a back-up room if the COVID19 situation changes. Courses begin - 2020 Summer Session first term courses –May. Monday, May 11 Last day for students writing deferred examinations in August to adjust their current course load (on ACORN only). A course is considered Online Synchronous if online attendance is expected at a specific time for some or all course activities, and attendance at a specific location is not expected for any activities or exams. Even as the mysteries of Religion yield to the calculations of Science, the lived experience of “time” becomes more and more strange. *Location: This course will be delivered remotely through alternative means. Finally, Jean Rhys’s remarkable 1937 novel Good Morning, Midnight seems to herald the arrival of Yeats’s “rough beast” in the form of a rapidly spreading fascism, one that brings on the midnight of World War II. If you need any additional information about past courses, please send an email to courseoutline@utstat.utoronto.ca. Term: SUMMER F-Term (May-June 2020) But you can expect the same commitment to inclusive learning environments, transformative research and a safe, healthy community. Restricted: Course/section is restricted at all times for specific students. Update: The Engineering Outreach Office takes direction from the wider University of Toronto community and public health authorities, and protecting the health, safety, and well-being of our community members is always our absolute top priority. Final assessments in June 2020 (Summer S and Y Courses): September 25, 2020… In place of these programs, we have. This course reads major works by Herman Melville (1819-1891), from Typee (1846) to Billy Budd (posthumously published in 1924). More details will be made available by the different faculties and schools as soon as possible. Grades for all Summer session courses available for viewing by students on ACORN F September 11 Registration deadline for students registering or starting their program in the Fall (September to December) session; after this date, a late registration fee will be assessed. 3, 2020 Register Track + Field Campers will focus on fun and fitness in the Track & Field camps by learning techniques for … Second, it explores the productive relationship between narrative theory and experimental narratives: how narrative theories are challenged but also *created* by experimental literary practice, especially in modern and contemporary fiction. Narratives: two novels: Martin Amis, Time's Arrow and Jennifer Egan, A Visit from the Goon Squad; stories and excerpts by authors including J. G. Ballard, Samuel Beckett, Ted Chiang, Mohsin Hamid, Jamaica Kincaid, James Joyce, Alice Munro, Claudia Rankine, and Zadie Smith; a film by Bart Layton. Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray; Joseph Conrad, Heart of Darkness; James Joyce, selections from Dubliners; Virgina Woolf, Mrs. Dalloway; T.S. Typee; Moby-Dick; Billy Budd and Other Stories; Battle Pieces. Course Reading List: Term: SUMMER F-Term (May-June 2020) Here you will find information on the programs of study, courses, important dates, and the rules/regulations of the Faculty. Theory and Criticism: David Herman, The Cambridge Companion to Narrative, and Suzanne Keen, Narrative Form, 2nd ed. If you have questions about the ancillary fees on your Summer 2020 session invoice, please contact the Office of the Faculty Registrar at ask.artsci@utoronto.ca . Date/Time:  Tuesdays & Thursdays, 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm, 3 hours (First class: May 12; Final class: June 18) All rights reserved. You may add, drop (delete), elect CR/NC, and audit workshops, miscellaneous, and short term classes according to the Deadlines for Courses with Irregular Start & End Dates policy chart. Narrative theory is a field in its own right, but it also offers a set of critical methods and analytical tools with broad applicability across literary studies-including feminist and queer, postcolonial, Marxist and psychoanalytic criticism. ENG4903HF Please contact the instructor with any questions regarding the class delivery. This course will consider representations of liminal or “wild” childhood in contemporary American fiction, psychoanalysis, and philosophy. ; Jonze (dir. Charles Taylor: Sources of the Self: The Making of the Modern Identity, A Secular Age; Couze Venn: Occidentalism: Modernity and Subjectivity (2000); Walter Mignolo: The Darker Side of Western Modernity: Global Futures, Decolonial Options. Term: SUMMER F-Term (May-June 2020) Date/Time: Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:00 am to 1:00 pm, 3 hours (First class: May 5; No class on Tuesday, June 9; Final class: June 16) *Location: This course will be delivered remotely through alternative means. Date/Time: Mondays & Wednesdays, 10:00 am to 12:00 noon, 2 hours (First class, May 11; No class on VICTORIA DAY, MAY 18, but make-up class May 22; Final class on June 17) The first 3 characters represent the subject otherwise known as the department. A course is considered In Person if it requires attendance at a specific location and time for some or all course activities.*. Updated 2020/03/25 The Summer 2020 term will be offered through a remote teaching format. 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