Literary London Fall 2011
Course offerings - Fall 2011
The Department of English Language and Literature is offering a full-semester Harlow Campus program for the Fall 2011 semester.
The program will be coordinated and taught by Mary Walsh and Dr. Don Nichol.
ENGL 3713: British Drama in Performance
ENGL 3714: Introduction to Creative Writing – Satire
ENGL 3715: London Foundling Literature
ENGL 4041: British Literature 1750-1790
MARY WALSH is the star of CODCO, creator of This Hour Has 22 Minutes and Hatching, Matching, and Dispatching, and host of Mary Walsh: Open Book. She brought Young Triffie from stage to screen, has won a score of Gemini awards, is the recipient of the Order of Canada and the holder of three honorary degrees. She appeared on BBC TV on New Year's Day in 2007 opposite Toad of Toad Hall in The Wind and the Willows.
DR. DON NICHOL (PhD, Edinburgh) first taught at Memorial University in 1978. He wrote his first book, Pope's Literary Legacy (Oxford, 1992) in the "old" British Library and edited The New Foundling Hospital for Wit (London, 2006), a three-volume collection of British satire, for a Bloomsbury publisher.
For more information about the program, upcoming info sessions, and how to apply, please contact:
Dr. Don Nichol
Department of English
For further information please visit: http://www.mun.ca/goabroad/study/harlowfall2011.php