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English 392/002 Children’s Literature (September 2020)

Children’s Literature – Term 1 MWF 12:00 p.m. NOTE: This course will be Web-oriented: it will be fully online and delivered through Canvas. This status differs from that of courses developed by CTLT and offered through Distance Learning. It also retains … Continue reading

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English 468B/002: Children’s Literature (September 2018)

Children’s Literature – Term 1 MWF 12:00-12:50 p.m. – Dr. Gisèle M. Baxter Canvas login | My website Something in the Shadows is Watching “You are always in danger in the forest, where no people are.” Angela Carter, “The Company of Wolves” … Continue reading

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English 468A/99C: Children’s Literature (January 2018)

ENGL 468A/99C: You Are Now Entering the Wider World: Children’s/YA Literature – Gisèle M. Baxter Children’s Literature Term 2 This section of ENGL 468 is offered online. “You are always in danger in the forest, where no people are” – … Continue reading

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ENGL 468A/99A (Children’s Literature) September 2015

Children’s Literature (online; 3 credits) Instructor: Dr. Gisèle M. Baxter Danger and Discovery “You are always in danger in the forest, where no people are.” – Angela Carter, “The Company of Wolves” Danger and discovery stalk children’s literature in many … Continue reading

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ENGL 468A/99A September 2014

English 468A/99A: Children’s Literature (online version) Instructor: Dr. Gisèle M. Baxter “You are always in danger in the forest, where no people are.” – Angela Carter, “The Company of Wolves” This course provides an introduction to the scholarly study of … Continue reading

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ENGL 468A/001 September 2014

English 468A/001: Children’s Literature Instructor: Dr. Gisèle M. Baxter “And all the time she went further and further into the wood” – the Brothers Grimm, “Little Red Riding Hood” Description: Children’s literature has long invited both fascination and controversy. Despite … Continue reading

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