Sessionals & Course Instructors

Sessional Lecturers and Course Instructors 2019-2020

 

 

Alyx Dellamonica

Email: alyx.dellamonica@gmail.com

Office: HW310

Office Hours: Friday 9-11am or by Skype/Facetime/Phone via appointment

Courses Taught: ENGD22H3F: Special Topics in Creative Writing II

 

 

Niyosha Keyzad

Email: niyosha.keyzad@utoronto.ca

Office: TBC

Office Hours: TBC

Courses Taught: ENGA02H3F & ENGA02H3S: Critical Writing About Literature

 

Joel Rodgers

Email: joel.rodgers@utoronto.ca

Office: HW310

Office Hours: Monday 1-2pm Friday 3-4pm

Courses Taught:

ENGA01H3F: What Is Literature? (Winter)

ENGA02H3F: Critical Writing About Literature

Joel Rodgers recently defended his dissertation on early modern English literature at the University of Toronto. His research examines the ways poets and playwrights represent (and reinforce) the affective political communities created and maintained through corporate forms of association. He specializes in the work of John Donne, Ben Jonson, William Shakespeare, and Edmund Spenser in particular. He has previously taught courses on Shakespeare, reading poetry, and academic writing at UTSC.

 

 

Catriona Wright

Email: catriona.wright@utoronto.ca

Office: TBC

Office Hours: TBC

Courses Taught: ENGB61H3S: Creative Writing: Fiction I

Ann Gagné

Email: ann.gagne@utoronto.ca

Office: HW310

Office Hours: Thursdays from 11am to 12pm and 3pm to 4 pm

Courses Taught: ENGB50H3Y: Women and Literature: Forging a Tradition

 

Be sure to check out the course Twitter account: @ENGB50H3

Matt Jones

Email: mf.jones@utoronto.ca

Office: TBC

Office Hours: TBC

Courses Taught: ENGB14H3S: Twentieth-Century Drama

 

Matt Jones is a writer and dramaturg based on Toronto. His writing has appeared in Canadian Theatre Review, alt.theatre, SubStance, the Globe and Mail, the Montreal Gazette, The Montreal Mirror, This Magazine, and Canadian Dimension, among others. As a playwright, his work includes Dracula in a Time of Climate Change, The Mysterious Case of the Flying Anarchist, and the collective creation Death Clowns in Guantánamo Bay. He is currently completing doctoral studies at the University of Toronto's Centre for Drama, Theatre and Performance Studies, where he researches the politics of war, terrorism, and racism in performance. He is the recent co-editor, with Barry Freeman, of a special issue of Canadian Theatre Review about "Post-Truth" in performance. www.mattjones.space