Joanne Saul
Canadian Studies and English
University of Toronto
University College, Rm. E101
Toronto, ON M5S 3H7

Fax (416) 971-2027

Hello and welcome. I am an assistant professor in the Canadian Studies Program and the Department of English and the University of Toronto. I specialize in contemporary Canadian literature. I have published articles on Michael Ondaatje, Daphne Marlatt, Dionne Brand and Fred Wah. I am also co-editor of a special issue of the University of Toronto Quarterly on haunting in Canadian literature and have edited a collection of essays on the multidisciplinary artist Roy Kiyooka. My book Writing the Roaming Subject was published this fall by UTP.  I teach the Humanities component of UNI 220Y and 320Y.

UNI 320Y (Fall 2006)

ENG 110Y Narrative (2006-2007)
Resources: UNI 320
UNI 320 Fall Essay Resources 2006
UNI 320Y Postcolonial Questions

Resources: ENGL 110

ENG 110Y definitions: week 1
ENG 110Y definitions: week 4
Chaucer: Fairy Tale Definitions
Coleridge: Definitions
ENG 110Y Tips for the In-Class Response
Frankenstein: Definitions
ENG 110Y Film Analysis Handout
ENG 110Y Short Story Definition

UNI 320Y Proposal Assignment 2006

UNI 320Y Essay Questions 2006

ENG 110Y Fall Essay Questions
ENG 110Y Winter Essay Questions

UNI 220 Lecture Outlines:

UNI 220 Lecture #2: THE NORTH
UNI 220 Lecture #4: REGIONALISM
UNI 220 : Multiculturalism Lecture Outline
UNI 220: Charter Lecture Outline

UNI 220 Tutorial Questions:
Jan. 23rd Tutorial

UNI 220 Assignments:
UNI 220 Proposal
UNI 220 Essay Questions