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       FACULTY OF ENGLISH LANGUAGE
             AND LITERATURE
                                Lecture List for Hilary Term 2010
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the lecturer concerned directly, and not to the Buildings and Events Manager.

           Lectures begin on the first possible day after the beginning of Full Term (Sunday, 17 January)
                                                unless otherwise stated.

            Lectures will begin five minutes after the hour and finish at five minutes before the next hour.

Subject                                                     Lecturer             Time           Place

MODERATIONS

Mods Paper 1 Introduction to Literary Studies
1
  Introduction to Literary Studies (wks 1 – 8)                                   T.2            Examination Schools
(Moderations Core Lectures)
Literary Theory from Plato to the Present (wks 1 – 5)       Dr Goulimari         W.12           St Cross Building, LR2
Practising Criticism (wks 1 – 6)                            Dr Douglas-          Th.10          St Cross Building, LT2
                                                            Fairhurst
Reading Genesis & The Gospel of John (wks 1 – 6)            Prof.                F.12           St Cross Building, LT2
                                                            Cunningham

Mods Paper 2a and 4a Victorian Literature 1832 – 1900
Thomas Hardy (wks 1 – 4)                              Dr Bradley                 F.10           St Cross Building, LT2

Mods Paper 2b and 4b Modern Literature 1900 to the Present Day
Philip Pullman: His Oxford Materials (wks 1 – 2)     Dr Kean                     M.11           St Cross Building, LR2
W.H. Auden: Poetry and the Public Realm (wks 1 – 6)  Dr Perry                    M.12           St Cross Building, R11
Modernism and T.S. Eliot                             Mr Raine                    M.2 & F.2      Lecture Room 6, New
T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets                                                                      College
W.H. Auden
John Betjeman
John Berryman
(wks 1 – 3)
Twentieth-Century Gothic Literature                  Dr Methven                  M.4            St Cross Building, LR2
(lecture wks 1 – 2)
(seminar wk 3)                                                                                  St Cross Building, R11
Rudyard Kipling (wks 2 – 4)                          Dr Sergeant                 T.10           St Cross Building, LT2
Literature in a Multilingual World: Sant Kabir,      Prof. Mehrotra              T.5            St Cross Building, LT2
Rudyard Kipling, and Vernacular English (wk 6)
Twentieth-Century Gothic Literature                  Dr Methven                  M.4            St Cross Building, LR2
(lecture wks 1 – 2)
(seminar wk 3)                                                                                  St Cross Building, R11
Philip Larkin and Some Contemporaries: “Against      Dr Perry                    T.11           St Cross Building, LR2
Romanticism” (wks 1 – 2)
Modernism and the Arts (wks 4 – 7)                   Dr Jones                    Th.10          St Cross Building, LR2
‘These Three Walls’: Breaking taboos in Modern       Dr Methven
Theatre
(lecture wks 1 – 6)                                                              F.2            St Cross Building, LT2
(class wks 7 – 8)                                                                F.2            St Cross Building, R11

Mods Paper 3a and FHS Paper 9 Old English Literature
Reading Old English Poetry (wks 1 – 5)               Dr Sutherland               M.12          St Cross Building, LT2

Mods Paper 4a Victorian Literature 1832 – 1900 – Please see entries under Mods Paper 2a


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Subject                                              Lecturer            Time         Place
Moderations (continued)
Mods Paper 4b Modern Literature 1900 to the Present Day – Please see entries under Mods Paper 2b

General Topics
Study skills: Getting the best out of lectures (wk 1)    Dr Small         M.12 &       St Cross Building, R10
Registration necessary (please see Guide)                                 T.12
Study skills: what’s a signpost and where’s the hoop?    Dr Stubbs & Dr   T.12         St Cross Building, R10
Transitioning from school to university work (wk 2)      da Costa
Registration necessary (please see Guide)                Dr Methven       TBC
Exam Revision and Technique (All Papers) (wk 7)          Dr Small         W.12         St Cross Building, LT2

FINAL HONOUR SCHOOL

Paper 1 The English Language
Approaching FHS Paper 1: Some things you need to         Prof. Cameron    M.2          St Cross Building, LT2
know (but might not have thought to ask) (wks 7 – 8)     & Dr Barr
Metaphor (wks 3, 4, 5, 6)                                Prof. Romaine    M.3          St Cross Building, IT
                                                                                       Training Room
Language and Gender (wks 3, 4, 5, 6)                     Prof. Romaine    M.4          St Cross Building, IT
                                                                                       Training Room
Language into Literature (wks 1 – 7)                     Dr Reynolds      T.11         St Cross Building, LT2

Paper 2 Shakespeare
The Winter’s Tale: Tragedy into Romance (wks1 – 2)       Dr Pitcher       M.10         St Cross Building, LT2
Scenes from Shakespeare’s Late Plays (wks1 – 6)          Dr Pitcher       M.11         St Cross Building, LR2
Shakespearean Tragedy (wks1 – 4)                         Prof.            T.10         St Cross Building, LR2
                                                         Womersley
5 Ways to Dissect a Shakespeare Play (wk 1)              Prof. Stern      W.10         St Cross Building, LT2
Samuel Johnson’s Shakespeare (wk 7)                      Prof. Stern      W.10         St Cross Building, R5
Judaeo-Christian Mythology for Beginners (no             Dr Purkiss       F.10         St Cross Building, LR2
assumptions will be made about belief) (wks 1 – 4)
Shakespeare and the Supernatural – Magic, Witches,       Dr Purkiss       F.11         St Cross Building, LT2
Fairies, Ghosts (wks 1 – 4)

Paper 3 English Literature 1100 – 1509
Reading Women in the Middle Ages (wks 1 – 6)             Dr Sutherland    T.11         St Cross Building, History
                                                         & Dr Dutton                   of the Book Room
Poetry and the Past in the Later Middle Ages (wks1 –     Dr Dimmick       W.10         St Cross Building, R11
4)
Chaucer’s Voice (wks1 – 6)                               Prof. Lawton     W.11         St Cross Building, LR2
Older Scots Poetics: Henryson, Dunbar, Douglas and       Dr Ghosh         W.2          St Cross Building, LR2
Others (wks1 – 6)
Chaucer (wks 1 – 4)                                      Dr Turner        Th.10        St Cross Building, R10
Troilus and Criseyde (wks1 – 6)                          Mr Schmidt       Th.11        St Cross Building, R11
Middle English Literature: Pearl and Others (wks1 – 8)   Dr Spencer       Th.12        St Cross Building, R11

Paper 4 English Literature 1509 – 1642
The Materiality of Texts (Manuscript; Print; Edition)    Dr van Es        T. 12        St Cross Building, LT2
(wks 1 – 3)

Paper 5 English Literature 1642 – 1740
2
  Paper 5 Circus (wk 1)                                  Dr Johnston      W. 20 Jan.   Examination Schools
                                                         et al.           2–5.30
Reading Milton (wks 1 – 3)                               Dr Kean          M.10         St Cross Building, R10
Defoe & the Seventeenth Century (wks 5 – 8)              Prof.            T.10         St Cross Building, R10
                                                         Womersley
Swift (wks 1 – 4)                                        Prof.            T.12         St Cross Building, LR2
                                                         Womersley
Gulliver’s Travels (wks 5 – 8)                           Prof.            T.12         St Cross Building, R10
                                                         Womersley
Rochester and Swift: Politics, Satire and Sexuality      Dr Gerrard       F.11         St Cross Building, R10
(wks 1 – 7)
High and Low Culture (wks 2 – 4)                         Dr Williams      W.10         St Cross Building, R10
Pope (wks 5 – 7)                                         Dr Williams      W.10         St Cross Building, R10
John Milton (wks 1 – 8)                                  Dr Burrow        W.11         St Cross Building, LT2
Poetry and the ‘Good Old Cause’, 1645 – 1680:            Prof. Norbrook   W.12         St Cross Building, R10
Milton, Marvell and others (wks1 – 7)



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Subject                                             Lecturer           Time            Place
Final Honour School: Paper 5 English Literature 1642 – 1740 (continued)
Eighteenth-Century Authors, Publishers and Readers  Dr Bergel          Th.11           St Cross Building, LT2
(wks 5 – 8)
Restoration Comedy (wks 1 – 4)                      Dr Williams        Th.12           St Cross Building, R10
Nature, Science, and Genre, 1642 – 1740 (wks 2 – 7) Ms Murphy          Th. 10          St Cross Building, R11

Paper 6 English Literature 1740 – 1832
Eighteenth-Century Authors, Publishers and Readers     Dr Bergel          Th.11        St Cross Building, LT2
(wks 5 – 8)

Paper 8 Special Topics
8a
New England and the Idea of America in American        Prof. Bush         M.11, T.11   St Cross Building, R10
Literature (wks 1 – 3)                                                    & W.11
Toni Morrison (wk 8)                                   Prof. Gerzina      M.11         St Cross Building, R10
3
  Women Writers and American Literature                Prof. Bush         M.5          St Cross Building, R11
(wk 2)                                                 (convenor)         T.5          St Cross Building, R10
(wk 5)                                                                    M.4 & T.4    St Cross Building, R10
Character in American Drama from O’Neill to Shepard    Prof. Morphos      T.5 & W.5    St Cross Building, R10
(wk 4)
African American Literature (wk 1)                     Dr Roynon          W.10         St Cross Building, R5
Toni Morrison (wk 2)                                   Dr Roynon          W.10         St Cross Building, R5
4
  African American Literature (wks 1 – 4)              Prof. Reid-Pharr   Th.11        St Cross Building, LR2
Uncle Tom’s Cabin in the UK (wk 3)                     Prof. Gerzina      Th.5         St Cross Building, LT2
The Black Wife in the British Novel 1668 – 2005        Prof. Gerzina      Th.5         St Cross Building, LT2
(wk 5)
American Poetry After Modernism: ‘confessional’ and    Dr Sastri          F.11–1       St Cross Building, LR2
contemporary poetry
 (lecture + class, wks 2 – 4)
Renaissance Tragedy (wks1 – 5)                         Prof. McCabe       W.10         St Cross Building, LR2
Feminist Literary Theories (wks 1 – 8)                 Ms Johnson         T.12         Exeter College
James Joyce (wks 1 – 8)                                Ms Johnson         Th.12        St Cross Building, LR2
James Joyce’s Ulysses (lecture + class, wks 1 – 4)     Prof. Bush         Th.2–4       St Cross Building, LT2

8b (iv) Old Norse
Old Norse Reading Class for Improvers (wks1 – 8)       Dr O’Donoghue      Th.2         St Cross Building,
                                                                                       Turville-Petre Room

8c (ii) Grub Street and Its Critics
Grub Street and its Critics                            Dr Williams, Dr    M.10         St Cross Building, LR2
(wks 1 – 6)                                            Gerrard & Prof.
Lecture open to everyone                               Womersley
Grub Street and its Critics                            Dr Williams, Dr    Th.2         St Cross Building, R10
(class, wks 1 – 6)                                     Gerrard & Prof.
For enrolled students only                             Womersley

8c (iii) Principles of Film Criticism
Principles of Film Criticism                           Dr Klevan          T.10–1       Mary Ogilvie Lecture
(lecture + screening, wks 1 – 6)                                                       Theatre, St Anne’s
Principles of Film Criticism (seminars, wks 1 – 6)     Dr Klevan          W.9.30–1     St Cross Building, History
For enrolled students only                                                             of the Book Room

8c (iv) Postcolonial Literature: Ways of Reading
Postcolonial Literature (wks 1 – 7)                    Prof. Boehmer,     T.11         St Cross Building, R11
For enrolled students only                             Dr Mukherjee &
                                                       Dr Hayes

8c (v) Life Writing: Critical Approaches
Visiting Lectures on Life-Writing                      Prof. Lee, Prof.   T.5.30       Haldane Room,
(wks 3 – 6)                                            Marcus & Prof.                  Wolfson College
All Welcome                                            Boehmer
Life-Writing                                           Prof. Lee, Prof.   W.11–        St Cross Building, R11
(seminars, wks 1 – 6)                                  Marcus & Prof.     12.30
For enrolled students only                             Boehmer

8d Victorian Literature 1832 – 1900 – Please see entries under Mods Paper 2a

8e Modern Literature 1900 to the Present Day – Please also see entries under Mods Paper 2b


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Subject                                                  Lecturer           Time          Place
Final Honour School (continued)
General Topics
Study skills: Referencing for portfolios and extended    Dr Beasley         M.12          St Cross Building, History
essays (wk 1)                                                                             of the Book Room
Registration necessary (please see Guide)                Dr Murphy          F.12          St Cross Building, R10
Revision lectures for FHS (All Papers) (wk 6)            Dr Small           W.12          St Cross Building, LT2
Writing Poetry (wks 2 – 7)                               Dr McDonald        F.2           Christ Church
Registration necessary (please see Guide)

COURSE II

Chaucer, Langland, and Gower (wks 5 – 6)                 Dr Turner          T.10          Jesus College
Please email: marion.turner@jesus.ox.ac.uk to attend
Reading Women in the Middle Ages (wks1 – 6)              Dr Sutherland &    T.11          St Cross Building, History
                                                         Dr Dutton                        of the Book Room
Poetry and the Past in the Later Middle Ages (wks 1 -    Dr Dimmick         W.10          St Cross Building, R11
4)
Chaucer’s Voice (wks1 – 6)                               Prof. Lawton       W.11          St Cross Building, LR2
Older Scots Poetics: Henryson, Dunbar, Douglas &         Dr Ghosh           W.2           St Cross Building, LR2
Others (wks1 – 6)
To Introduce Students to C2 (wk 7)                       Prof. Brewer &     W.2.15        St Cross Building, LT2
                                                         Dr Sutherland
Troilus and Criseyde (wks 1 – 6)                         Mr Schmidt         Th.11         St Cross Building, R11
Middle English Literature: Pearl and Others (wks1 – 8)   Dr Spencer         Th.12         St Cross Building, R11
Old Norse Reading Class for Improvers (wks 1 – 8)        Dr O’Donoghue      Th.2          St Cross Building,
                                                                                          Turville-Petre Room

CLASSICS AND ENGLISH

Critical Commentary Class for Classics and English
Mods
(wks 1, 4, 7)                                            Dr Black           T.5           Oriel College
(wks 2, 5, 8)                                            Dr West            T.5           Somerville College
(wks 3, 6)                                               Dr Kean            T.5           St Hilda’s College

HISTORY AND ENGLISH

Representing the City (wks 1 – 8)                        Dr Kewes & Dr      M.5           Rhys Room, Jesus College
                                                         Archer
Language and History                                     Prof. Evans &      W.2.15        Oriel College
(wks 1 – 8)                                              Prof. Romaine

GRADUATE COURSES

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL MST CLASSES ARE RESTRICTED TO ENROLLED MST STUDENTS ONLY
MSt – Core Courses
Literature, Contexts and Approaches 650 – 1550 Dr O’Donoghue F.2–3.30 St Cross Building, R10
(wks1 – 6)                                     & Dr Bose

MSt Special Options – B Courses
Transcription Workshop (wks 1 – 8)                       Dr Faulkner        M.10–12       St Cross Building, R11
Reading, Writing and Editing Early Modern Texts,         Dr Lewis           T.10–12       St Hugh’s College
MSt 1550 – 1780 (wks1 – 6)
English Books & Texts c.1325 – 1525 (wks 1 – 8)          Prof. Hanna        T.12          St Cross Building, History
                                                                                          of the Book Room
Early Modern Research Workshop (wks 1 – 2)               Prof. Norbrook     W.2           St Cross Building, History
                                                                                          of the Book Room
Introducing Book History (wks 1 – 8)                     Prof. Hanna        Th.12         St Cross Building, History
                                                                                          of the Book Room
Introduction to Palaeography 650 – 1100 (wks 1 - 4)      Dr Rudolph         W.11–1        Lincoln College
Issues in Editing (class, wks 1 – 6)                     Prof. Sutherland   Th.10–12      Room 132, New Bodleian
                                                                                          Library
Bibliography in the Romantic and Victorian Periods       Prof.Gill &        Th.2–4        Room 132, New Bodleian
1789 – 1900 (wks 1 – 6)                                  Prof. Sutherland   (possible     Library
                                                                            extra class
                                                                            W.2–4)




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Subject                                                  Lecturer           Time       Place
Graduate Courses (continued)
MSt Special Options – C Courses
African Literature (wks 1 – 8)                           Prof. Norridge     M.10       St Cross Building, History
                                                         & Prof.                       of the Book Room
                                                         Boehmer
Problems in/of Shakespeare Studies (wks 1 – 6)           Prof. Maguire &    T.2.30–    St Cross Building, History
                                                         Dr Smith           4.30       of the Book Room
Romantic Collections (class, wks1 – 6)                   Prof. Stafford     T.10       Somerville College
Locating Contemporary Poetry (class, wks 1 – 6)          Prof. Stafford &   T.2        Wadham College
                                                         Mr
                                                         O’Donoghue
How New York Stole the Idea of the Avant-Garde           Dr Beasley         T.11       St Cross Building, R5
(wks 1 – 6)
Romantic Hellenism (wks 1 – 6)                           Dr Halmi           T.2        University College
Gained in Translation (wks 1 – 6)                        Dr Reynolds        T.2        St. Anne’s College
Cinema and Modernism: 1900 – present (Film               Prof. Marcus       T.2–4      St Cross Building, LT2
screening) (wks 1 – 8)
Literature in a Multilingual World: Sant Kabir,          Prof. Mehrotra     T.5        St Cross Building, LT2
Rudyard Kipling, and Vernacular English (wk 6)
Women and Theatre (wks 1 – 6)                            Dr Shepherd-       W.2        St Cross Building, R10
                                                         Barr
American Imperialism (wks 1 – 6)                         Prof. Bush &       W.1.30–4   W Rothermere American
                                                         Prof. Reid-Pharr              Institute
Victorian Drama (wks 1 – 6)                              Dr Shepherd-       Th.10      St Cross Building, History
                                                         Barr                          of the Book Room
Cinema and Modernism 1900 – present (wks 1 – 8)          Prof. Marcus       Th.12–2    St Cross Building, LT2
The New Milton Studies (wks1 – 6)                        Dr Achinstein      F.10–12    St Cross Building, R5
Others and J.M. Coetzee (wks1 – 6)                       Dr McDonald        F.11–1     St Hugh’s College
Dickens and Victorian Travel                             Dr Douglas-        TBA        Magdalen College
                                                         Fairhurst

Other Courses for Graduates
Restoration to Reform Seminar (wks 2, 4, 6, 8)           Dr Williams        M.5.15     Dorfman Room, St Peter’s
                                                                                       College
Poetry and the Other Arts (wks 2, 4, 5, 7)               Dr Murphy &        M.5        Harper Room, Jesus
                                                         Mr Pennington                 College
Victorian Literature Graduate Seminar (wks 2, 4, 6, 8)   Dr Douglas-        M.5.15     St Cross Building, R10
                                                         Fairhurst &
                                                         Dr Evangelista
Early Modern Literature Graduate Seminar (wks1, 3, 5,    Prof. Norbrook     T.5        Merton College
7)                                                       (convenor)
Feminist Literary Theories (wks 1 – 8)                   Ms Johnson         T.12       Exeter College
Chaucer’s Voice (wks1 –6)                                Prof. Lawton       W.11       St Cross Building, LR2
Methods in American Studies: American Imperialism        Prof. Bush &       W.1.30–4   W Rothermere American
(wks 1 – 6)                                              Prof. Reid-Pharr              Institute
Twentieth Century Graduate Seminar (wks 2, 4, 6, 8)      Prof. Bush         W.5.15     St John’s College
Medieval Research Seminar (wks 1 – 8)                    Prof. Godden &     W.5.15     St Cross Building, History
                                                         Dr Horobin                    of the Book Room
MSt Transcription Test (wk 8)                            Prof. Hanna        Th.2–4     St Cross Building, History
                                                                                       of the Book Room
Postcolonial Writing and Theory Seminar (wks 2, 4, 6,    Prof. Boehmer      Th.5.15    Old Seminar Room,
8)                                                       & Dr Mukherjee                Wadham College

SPECIAL LECTURES

Imperial Remains: The Spanish Trace in the               Prof. Reid-Pharr   M.5        St Cross Building, LT2
Afro-American Imaginary (wk 3) (1 Feb)
Literature in a Multilingual World: Sant Kabir,          Prof. Mehrotra     T.5        St Cross Building, LT2
Rudyard Kipling, and Vernacular English
(wk 6) (23 Feb)
Indian Traces at Oxford (Exhibition Workshop)            Dr Amitav          M.2–6      Convocation House, The
(wk 7) (1 Mar) Please email:                             Ghosh                         Bodleian Library
sumita.mukherjee@ell.ox.ac.uk to register
A Reading from his Novels (A Special Postcolonial        Dr Amitav          T.5        Wolfson College
Seminar event) (wk 7) (2 Mar)                            Ghosh
A Dialogue between Professor Derek Attridge              Dr Mukherjee       Th.5       Wadham College
(University of York) and Martin Hagglund (Harvard        (convenor)
Society of Fellows) (wk 7) (4 Mar)


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Subject                                              Lecturer          Time        Place
Special Lectures (continued)
News International Visiting Professor of Broadcast Media Lectures 2010 (wks 2-5)
How to Grow a Creative Business According to the     Prof. Garrett     T.5.15      St Anne’s College
Laws of Chance (wk 2) (26 Jan)                       (News                         (wks 2, 3)
Why the Only Rule Is That There Are No Rules         International                 Green Templeton College
(wk 3) (2 Feb)                                       Visiting                      (wks 4, 5)
No More Heroes (wk 4) (9 Feb)                        Professor of
Tomorrow Got Here Yesterday (wk 5) (16 Feb)          Broadcast
                                                     Media)

Bateson Lecture 2010
Destruction and the Theory of Happiness in the Poetry       Prof. Bromwich   W.5   Examination Schools
of Stevens and Yeats (wk 3) (3 Feb)

Fifteenth Annual D.F. McKenzie Lecture
A.W. Pollard (1859 – 1944): Friends and Fine Printing       Prof.            W.5   St Cross Building, LT2
(wk 8) (10 Mar)                                             Woudhuysen

FOOTNOTE REFERENCES
    1
        INTRODUCTION TO LITERARY STUDIES – MODERATIONS CORE LECTURES
         T.2 19 January (wk 1)  Dr P. McDonald – What is English literature?
         T.2 26 January (wk 2)  Dr Connors – What is reading?
         T.2 2 February (wk 3)  Dr Connors – Meaning and Interpretation
         T.2 9 February (wk 4)  Dr Small – Reading character/self/other
         T.2 16 February (wk 5) Dr Reynolds – Figurative language
         T.2 23 February (wk 6) Dr Douglas-Fairhurst – Tone and implicature
         T.2 2 March     (wk 7) Dr Douglas-Fairhurst – Reading criticism
         T.2 9 March     (wk 8) Dr Connors, Dr Douglas-Fairhurst, Dr Small – Commentary
    2
        PAPER 5 CIRCUS – Wednesday 20 January
        2.00 Prof. Ballaster – Gender and Literature
        2.30 Dr Bergel – Manuscript and Print
        3.00 Dr Bullard – Fiction and History
        4.00 Dr Williams – High and Low
        4.30 Dr Achinstein – Literature and Politics
        5.00 Ms Murphy – Literature and Science
        3
            WOMEN WRITERS AND AMERICAN LITERATURE
            M.5 & T.5 (wk 2) Prof. Baumel – Contemporary American Poetry
            M.4 (wk 5)       Prof. Giorcelli – Nella Larsen and Scott Fitzgerald
            T.4 (wk 5)       Prof. Giorcelli – Margaret Fuller and Henry James


    4
        AFRICAN AMERICAN LITERATURE
        Th.11 (wk1)     Prof. Reid-Pharr – The Early Afro-American Novel
        Th.11 (wk2)     Prof. Reid-Pharr – Postbellum Race Literature
        Th.11 (wk3)     Prof. Reid-Pharr – Booker T. Washington and Internationalism
        Th.11 (wk4)     Prof. Reid-Pharr – Richard Wright in Spain




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                                                           ENGLISH LECTURE LIST TIMETABLE: HILARY TERM 2010 MONDAY
Time       Lecture Theatre 2        Lecture Room 2        Room 5  Room 10 (Owen)                 Room 11              History of the       Other
                                                                                                 (Meyerstein)         Book Rm
10         Dr John Pitcher          Dr Williams, Dr               Dr Kean                        Dr Faulkner          Dr Norridge &
a.m.       Shakespeare: The         Gerrard, Prof.                Reading Milton                 Transcription        Prof. Boehmer
           Winter’s Tale: Tragedy   Womersley                     FHS Paper 5                    Workshop             African Literature
           into Romance             Grub Street and Its           (wks 1 – 3)                    MSt Medieval Course  MSt 1900 – TPD
           FHS Paper 2 H&E,         Critics FHs Paper 8                                          B 10 – 12pm          Course C
           C&E (wks 1 – 2 only)     CTST (wks 1- 6)                                              (wks 1 -8)           (wks 1 – 8)
11         Dr Kean                  Dr Pitcher                    Prof. Bush
a.m.       Philip Pullman: His      Scenes from                   New England and the Idea of
           Oxford Materials         Shakespeare’s Late            America in American
           Mods Papers 2b/4b        Plays                         Literature
           FHS Paper 8              FHS Paper 2,                  FHS Paper 8 (wks 1 – 3)
           (wks 1- 2)               H&E,C&E                       Prof. Gerzina
                                    (wks 1 – 6)                   FHS Paper 8
                                                                  Toni Morrison (wk 8 only)
12         Dr Sutherland                                          Dr Small                       Dr Perry             Dr Beasley
noon       Reading Old English                                    Study skills: Getting the best W.H. Auden: Poetry   Study skills:
           Poetry Mods Paper 3a                                   out of lectures                and the Public Realm Referencing for
           (wks 1 – 5)                                            Mods (wk1)                     Mods 2b & 4b; FHS    portfolios and
                                                                                                 Paper 8 (wks 1 – 6)  extended essays
2 p.m.     Prof. Cameron & Dr                                                                                         FHS (wk 1)           Mr Raine Modernism & TS Eliot (1)
           Barr Approaching FHS                                                                                                            T.S. Eliot’s Four Quartets
           Paper 1: some things                                                                                                            Betjeman Mods 2b & 4b
           you need to know (but                                                                                                           Lecture Room 6, New College (wks 1 – 3)
           might not have thought                                                                                                          Dr Amitav Ghosh Indian Traces at Oxford
           to ask)                                                                                                                         (Exhibition Workshop) Convocation House, Bodleian
           (wks 7 - 8)                                                                                                                     Library 2 – 6pm (wk 7)
3 p.m.                                                                                                                                     Prof. Romaine
                                                                                                                                           Metaphor - FHS Paper 1,
                                                                                                                                           IT Training Room (wks 3, 4, 5, 6)
4 p.m.                              Dr Methven                      Prof. Giorcelli Women           Dr Methven                             Prof. Romaine
                                    20th Century Gothic             Writers and American            20th Century Gothic                    Language and Gender
                                    Literature                      Literature: Nella Larsen and    Literature                             FHS Paper 1
                                    Mods 2b/4b                      Scott Fitzgerald                Mods 2b/4b                             IT Training Room
                                    (wks 1 – 2)                     FHS Paper 8 (wk 5 only)         Seminar (wk 3)                         (wks 3, 4, 5, 6)
5 p.m.     Prof. Reid-Pharr                                         Dr Douglas-Fairhurst & Dr       Prof. Baumel                           Dr Kewes & Dr Archer Representing the City -
           Imperial Remains: The                                    Evangelista                     Women Writers and                      HENG Bridge Paper, Rhys Room, Jesus College 5pm
           Spanish Trace in the                                     Victorian Literature Graduate   American Literature:                   (wks 1 – 8)
           Afro-American                                            Seminar                         Contemporary                           Dr Williams Restoration to Reform Graduate
           Imaginary (wk 3)                                         5.15 (wks 2, 4, 6, 8)           American Poetry                        Seminar, Dorfman Room, St Peter’s College 5.15pm
                                                                                                    FHS Paper 8                            (wks 2, 4, 6, 8)
                                                                                                    (wk 2 only)                            Dr Murphy & Mr Pennington Poetry and the Other
                                                                                                                                           Arts - Harper Room, Jesus College (wks 2, 4, 5, 7)



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                                                                                LECTURE LISTS HILARY TERM 2010
                                                              ENGLISH LECTURE LIST TIMETABLE: HILARY TERM 2010 TUESDAY
Time       Lecture Theatre 2    Lecture Room 2      Room 5            Room 10 (Owen)        Room 11           History of the Book      Other
                                                                                            (Meyerstein)      Rm
10         Dr Sergeant          Prof. Womersley                       Prof. Womersley                                                  Dr Klevan
a.m.       Rudyard Kipling      Shakespearean                         Defoe & the                                                      Principles of Film Criticism 10 – 1 pm Lecture &
           Mods Paper 2b &      Tragedy                               Seventeenth Century                                              Screening: Mary Ogilvie Lecture Theatre,
           4b; Paper 8          FHS Paper 2                           FHS Paper 5                                                      St Anne’s College (wks 1 – 6)
           (wks 2 – 4)          (wks 1 -4)                            (wks 5 – 8)                                                      Dr Lewis
11         Dr Reynolds          Dr Perry            Dr Beasley        Prof. Bush            Prof. Boehmer, Dr Dr Sutherland & Dr       Reading, Writing and Editing Early Modern Texts
a.m.       Language into        Philip Larkin and   How New York      New England and the Mukherjee & Dr      Dutton Reading           MSt Course B 1550 – 1780
           Literature           Some                Stole the Idea of Idea of America in    Hayes             Women in the Middle      10 – 12 St Hugh’s College (wks 1 – 6)
           FHS Paper 1          Contemporaries:     the Avant-Garde American Literature     Postcolonial      Ages                     Prof. Stafford
           (wks 1 – 7)          “Against            MSt 1900 –        FHS Paper 8a          Literature        FHS, Course II           Romantic Collections – MSt Course C
                                Romanticism”        TPD               (wks 1 – 3)           FHS Paper 8 CTST  Course 1 Paper 3A        10 am Somerville College (wks 1 – 6)
                                Mods 2b & 4b;       Course C                                11 – 12.30pm      Course 2 Paper A2        Dr Turner
                                FHS 8 (wks 1 – 2)   (wks 1 – 6)                             (wks 1 – 7)       (wks 1 – 4) Dr           Chaucer. Langland, and Gower (wks 5-6) Jesus
                                                                                                              Sutherland               College
                                                                                                              (wks 5 – 6) Dr Dutton
12         Dr van Es            Prof. Womersley                       Dr Small                                Prof. Hanna              Ms Johnson
noon       The Materiality of   Swift                                 Study skills: Getting                   English Books & Texts,   Feminist Literary Theories
           Texts (Manuscript;   FHS Paper 5                           the best out of                         c1325 –1525              FHS Paper 8a
           Print; Edition)      (wks 1 – 4)                           lectures                                MSt Medieval Course      Exeter College
           FHS 4 & 5                                                  Mods (wk 1)                             B; FHS; Course II;       (wks 1 – 8)
           (wks 1 – 3)                                                Dr Stubbs & Dr da                       H&E; C&E (wks 1 – 8)
2 p.m.     Prof. Marcus                                               Costa Study skills:                     Prof. Maguire & Dr       Moderations Core Lectures
           Cinema and                                                 What’s a signpost                       Smith                    Examination Schools (wks 1 – 8)
           Modernism: 1900                                            and where’s the                         Problems in/of           Dr Halmi – Romantic Hellenism
           – TPD                                                      hoop? (wk 2)                            Shakespeare Studies      MSt Course C 1780 – 1900 (class)
           MSt Course C                                               Prof. Womersley                         MSt 1550 – 1780          University College (wks 1 – 6)
           Film Screening                                             Gulliver’s Travels                      Course C                 Dr Reynolds – Gained in Translation
           2 – 4 (wks1 – 8)                                           FHS Paper 5 (wks 5 –                    2.30 – 4.30              MSt (all except Medieval) Course C
                                                                      8)                                      (wks 1 – 6)              St Anne’s College (wks 1 – 6)
                                                                                                                                       Prof. Stafford & Mr O’Donoghue
                                                                                                                                       Locating Contemporary Poetry – MSt Course C
                                                                                                                                       Wadham College (wks 1 – 6)
3 p.m.

4 p.m.                                                              Prof. Giorcelli
                                                                    Women Writers and
                                                                    American Literature:
                                                                    Margaret Fuller and
                                                                    Henry James
                                                                    FHS Paper 8
                                                                    (wk 5 only)




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                                                                               ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE


       English Lecture List Timetable: Hilary Term 2010: Tuesday (continued)

Time      Lecture Theatre 2     Lecture         Room 5         Room 10 (Owen)         Room 11        History of the   Other
                                Room 2                                                (Meyerstein)   Book Rm
5 p.m.    Prof. Mehrotra                                       Prof. Baumel                                           Dr Black, Dr West & Dr Kean
          Special Lecture:                                     Women Writers and                                      Mods Paper 3 C & E (wks 1- 8) 5pm
          Literature in a                                      American Literature:                                   (wks 1, 4, 7) Dr Black – Oriel College
          Multilingual World:                                  Contemporary                                           (wks 2, 5, 8) Dr West – Somerville College
          Sant Kabir, Rudyard                                  American Poetry                                        (wks 3, 6) Dr Kean – St Hilda’s College
          Kipling, and                                         FHS Paper 8                                            Prof. Garrett - News International Lectures – 5.15pm
          Vernacular English                                   (wk 2 only)                                            (wks 2, 3) – St Anne’s (wks 4, 5) – Green Templeton
          (wk 6)                                               Prof. Morphos                                          Prof. Lee, Prof. Marcus & Prof. Boehmer
                                                               Character in                                           Visiting Lectures on Life-Writing – Wolfson College 5.30
                                                               American Drama                                         (wks 3 – 6)
                                                               from O’Neill to                                        Dr Amitav Ghosh: A reading from his novels
                                                               Shepard                                                Wolfson College – 5pm (wk 7)
                                                               FHS Paper 8                                            Prof. Norbrook (convenor)
                                                               (wk 4 only)                                            Early Modern Literature Graduate Seminar
                                                                                                                      Merton College (wks 1, 3, 5, 7)




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                                                                                   LECTURE LISTS HILARY TERM 2010
                                                                ENGLISH LECTURE LIST TIMETABLE: HILARY TERM 2010 WEDNESDAY
Time         Lecture Theatre 2          Lecture Room 2         Room 5           Room 10 (Owen)      Room 11 (Meyerstein) History of the Book    Other
                                                                                                                           Rm
10           Prof. Stern                Prof. McCabe           Dr Roynon        Dr Williams         Dr Dimmick             Dr Klevan
a.m.         5 ways to dissect a        Renaissance Tragedy    1.African        High and Low        Poetry and the Past in Principles of Film
             Shakespeare play.          FHS 8a; C & E          American Lit     Culture             the Later Middle Ages  Criticism Seminars
             (wk 1)                     (wks 1 – 5)            (wk 1)           FHS Paper 5         FHS Paper 3(a); Course 9.30 – 1pm
                                                               2.Toni Morrison  (wks 2 – 4)         II Paper A2            (wks 1 -6 )
                                                               (wk 2)           Dr Williams         (wks 1 – 4)            CTST Paper 8
                                                               FHS Paper 8, MSt Swift FHS Paper 5
                                                               Prof. Stern      (wks 5 – 7)
11           Dr Burrow                  Prof. Lawton           Samuel Johnson’s Prof. Bush          Prof. Lee, Prof.                            Dr Rudolf
a.m.         John Milton                Chaucer’s Voice        Shakespeare      New England and     Marcus & Prof.                              Introduction to Palaeography 650 – 1100
             FHS Paper 5                FHS Paper 3            Shakespeare &    the Idea of America Boehmer                                     MSt Course B: 650 – 1550
             (wks 1-8)                  Course II Papers 2 &   Paper 6 (wk 7)   in American         Life-Writing: Critical                      MPhil (Medieval Period)
                                        3 (wks 1 – 6)                           Literature          Approaches CTST                             11 – 1pm Lincoln College
                                                                                FHS Paper 8         8c(v)                                       (wks 1 – 4)
                                                                                (wks 1 – 3)         (Seminars) 11 – 12.30
                                                                                                    pm (wks 1 – 6)
12           Dr Small                   Dr Goulimari                            Prof Norbrook
noon         Exam Revision &            Literary Theory from                    Poetry and the
             Technique                  Plato to the Present                    ‘Good Old Cause’,
             (All Papers)               Mods Paper 1                            1645 – 1680:
             (wk 6) FHS                 (Introduction to                        Milton, Marvell and
             (wk 7) Mods                Literary Studies)                       others FHS Papers 5
                                        (wks 1 – 5)                             & 7 (wks 1 – 7)
2 p.m.       Prof Brewer & Dr           Dr Ghosh                                 Dr Shepherd-Barr                          Prof. Norbrook       Prof. Bush & Prof. Reid-Pharr
             Sutherland                 Older Scots Poetics:                    Women and Theatre                          Early Modern         MSt Course C Methods in American Studies:
             To introduce students to   Henryson, Dunbar,                       MSt Course B                               research workshop    American Imperialism 1.30 – 4pm (wks 1 – 6)
             C2                         Douglas & Others                        (wks 1 – 6)                                MSt Course B         W Rothermere American Institute
             2.15pm (wk 7)              FHS 3a & 3b; CII                                                                   (wks 1 – 2)          Dr Johnston (convenor) Paper 5 Circus (wk 1) 2 –
3 p.m.                                  A2                                                                                                      5.30pm South School, Exam Schools
                                        (wks 1 – 6)                                                                                             Prof. Gill & Prof. Sutherland Bibliography in the
                                                                                                                                                Romantic and Victorian Periods MSt Course B
4 p.m.                                                                                                                                          1780 – 1900 2 – 4pm, Room 132, New Bodleian
                                                                                                                                                Library (wks 1 – 6)
                                                                                                                                                Prof. Evans & Prof. Romaine Language and
                                                                                                                                                History 2.15pm (wks 1 – 8) Oriel College – H & E
5 p.m        Prof. Woudhuysen                                                    Prof. Morphos                             Prof. Godden &       Prof. Bush
             McKenzie Lecture:                                                   Character in                              Prof. Horobin        20th Century Graduate Seminar
             A.W. Pollard (1859 –                                                American Drama                            Medieval Research    5.15pm (wks. 2, 4, 6, 8) St John’s
             1944) Friends and Fine                                              from O’Neill to                           Seminar              Prof. Bromwich Bateson Lecture 2010
             Printing (wk 8)                                                     Shepard FHS Paper                         5.15pm               Destruction and the theory of Happiness in the
                                                                                 8 (wk 4 only)                             (wks 1 – 8)          Poetry of Stevens and Yeats 5pm (wk 3) Exam
                                                                                                                                                Schools



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                                                                             ENGLISH LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE
                                                           ENGLISH LECTURE LIST TIMETABLE: HILARY TERM 2010 THURSDAY
Time     Lecture Theatre 2         Lecture Room 2          Room 5    Room 10 (Owen)     Room 11              History of the Book              Other
                                                                                        (Meyerstein)         Rm
10       Dr Douglas-Fairhurst      Dr Jones                          Dr Turner          Ms Murphy            Dr Shepherd-Barr                 Prof. Sutherland
a.m.     Practising Criticism      Modernism and the                 Chaucer            Nature, Science, and Victorian Drama                  Issues in Editing (class)
         Mods Paper 1 (wks 1- 6)   Arts                              FHS Paper 3a; CII; Genre, 1642 – 1740   MSt 1850 – 1900                  MSt Course B – all post 1550 strands
                                   Mods Paper 2b/4b                  H & E; C & E       FHS Paper 5          Course C                         10 – 12, Room 132, New Bodleian Library
                                   (wks 4 - 7)                       (wks 1 – 4)        (wks 2 – 7)          (wks 1 – 6)                      (wks 1 – 6)
11       Dr Bergel                 Prof. Reid-Pharr                                     Mr Schmidt
a.m.     Eighteenth-Century        African American                                     Troilus and Criseyde
         Authors, Publishers and   Literature                                           FHS Papers 3a;
         Readers                   FHS Paper 8a                                         Course II; H & E
         FHS Papers 5, 6           (wks 1-4)                                            (wks 1 – 6)
         (wks 5 – 8)

12       Prof. Marcus              Ms Johnson                          Dr Williams           Dr Spencer              Prof. Hanna
noon     Cinema and Modernism      James Joyce                         Restoration Comedy    Middle English          Introducing Book
         1900 – TPD                FHS Papers 8a                       FHS Paper 5           Literature: Pearl and   History
         MSt C Course              (wks 1 – 8)                         (wks 1 – 4 )          others                  MSt Medieval Course B;
         12 – 2pm (wks 1 – 8)                                                                FHS paper 3a; CII       FHS; Course II; H & E;
                                                                                             (wks 1 - 8)             C & E (wks 1 – 8)

2 p.m.   Paul Nicholas (NI)        Prof. Bush                          Dr Williams, Dr                               Prof. Hanna              Dr O’Donoghue
         Working in the Media      James Joyce’s Ulysses               Gerrard & Prof.                               MSt Transcription Test   Old Norse for Improvers
         lecture 25 Feb (wk 6)     FHS Paper 8a                        Womersley,                                    (Palaeography exam)      Course II, FHS Paper 8b
                                   Lecture + class                     Grub Street and its                           2 – 4pm                  Turville-Petre Room (wks 1 – 8)
                                   2 – 4pm (wks 1 – 4)                 Critics                                       (wk 8)                   Prof. Gill & Prof. Sutherland
                                                                       FHS Paper 8 CTST                                                       Bibliography in the Romantic and Victorian Periods
                                                                       Class 2 -4pm                                                           MSt Course B 1780 –1900 2 – 4pm, Room 132,
                                                                       (wks 1 – 6)                                                            New Bodleian Library (wks 1 – 6)
3 p.m.


4 p.m.


5 p.m.   Prof. Gerzina                                                                                                                        Prof. Boehmer& Dr Mukherjee
         1.Uncle Tom’s Cabin in                                                                                                               Postcolonial Writing and Theory Seminar
         the UK                                                                                                                               5.15pm Wadham College (wks 2, 4, 6, 8)
         (wk 3)                                                                                                                               Dr Mukherjee (convenor)
         2.The Black Wife in the                                                                                                              A Dialogue between Professor Derek Attridge
         British Novel, 1668 –                                                                                                                (University of York) and Martin Hagglund
         2005                                                                                                                                 (Harvard Society of Fellows)
         (wk 5)                                                                                                                               5pm Wadham College (wk7)




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                                                                             LECTURE LISTS HILARY TERM 2010
                                                             ENGLISH LECTURE LIST TIMETABLE: HILARY TERM 2010 FRIDAY
Time      Lecture Theatre 2          Lecture Room 2           Room 5         Room 10 (Owen)    Room 11             History of the Book   Other
                                                                                               (Meyerstein)        Rm
10        Dr Bradley                 Dr Purkiss               Dr Achinstein
a.m.      Thomas Hardy               Judaeo-Christian         The New
          Mods Papers 2, 4           Mythology for Beginners  Milton Studies
          H & E (Vic. Lit. Special   (no assumptions will be  MSt Course C
          Author)                    made about belief)       10am – 12 noon
          (wks 1 – 4)                FHS Paper2, H & E        (wks 1 – 6)
                                     (wks 1 – 4)
11        Dr Purkiss                 Prof. Bush                              Dr Gerrard                                                  Dr P.D. McDonald
a.m.      Shakespeare and the        An Introduction to                      Rochester and                                               Others and J.M. Coetzee
          Supernatural – Magic,      American Modernist                      Swift: Politics,                                            MSt C
          Witches, Fairies, Ghosts   Poetry:(Stevens,                        Satire and                                                  11am -1pm – St Hugh’s
          FHS 2, H & E               Williams, Frost, Moore,                 Sexuality                                                   College
          (wks 1 – 4)                etc.) FHS Paper 8                       FHS Paper 5                                                 (wks 1 – 6)
                                     Lecture + Class                         (wks 1 – 7)
12        Prof. Cunningham           11am -1pm (wk 1 only)                   Dr Murphy
noon      Reading Genesis & The      Dr Sastri                               Study skills:
          Gospel of John             American Poetry After                   Referencing for
          (Recommended Core          Modernism:                              portfolios and
          Texts)                     ‘confessional’ and                      extended essays
          Mods Paper 1; Theology     contemporary poetry                     FHS (wk 1)
          (wks 1 – 6)                FHS Paper 8
2 p.m.    Dr Methven                 11am – 1pm Lecture +                    Dr O’Donoghue     Dr Methven                                Dr McDonald
          ‘These Three Walls’        Class                                   & Dr Bose         ‘These Three Walls’                       Writing Poetry (class)
          Mods Papers 2b/4b          (wks 2 – 4)                             Literature,       (Seminar)                                 FHS, Mods,
          (wks 1-6)                                                          Contexts and      Mods Papers 2b/4b                         Christ Church
                                                                             Approaches, 650 – (wks7-8)                                  (wks 2 -7)
                                                                             1550                                                        Mr Raine
                                                                             MSt 650 – 1550                                              Modernism & T.S. Eliot (2)
                                                                             Course A                                                    Auden,
                                                                             2 – 3.30pm                                                  Berryman
                                                                             (wks 1 -6)                                                  Mods 2b/4b
                                                                                                                                         Lecture Room 6, New
                                                                                                                                         College
                                                                                                                                         (wks 1 – 3)
3 p.m.


4 p.m.


5 p.m.




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