Professor: Christopher Fanning
Office: 536 Watson Hall
Office hour: TBA

Phone: 613-533-6000 x74440

Click here for a list of publications.

Courses for 2009-10:

ENGL 110C: Introduction to the Study of Literature
ENGL 241 (Winter): Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature
ENGL 342 (Fall):
Topics in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature I: Literature in the Age of Sensibility and the Sublime


If you've always found the MLA citation format for online media cumbersome, the MLA has now written a new set of guidelines.  If you're using an edition of the MLA Handbook for Writers of Research Papers earlier than the 7th (2009), or an edition of Diana Hacker's A Writer's Reference earlier than the (revised) 4th, you will need to familiarize yourself with the changes.  The following two documents (in PDF) will help:

Queen's Department of English summary of changes to MLA style (2009)
Diana Hacker, Documenting Sources in MLA Style: 2009 Update.

Past courses:

INTS 300: The Upstarts of Grub Street (ISC, Summer)

ENGL 844: Laurence Sterne

ENGL 341: Restoration & 18th-Century Literature

ENGL 346: Prose Fiction of the Eighteenth Century

ENGL 844*: Samuel Richardson and the Rise of the Novel

ENGL 342 (Fall): Topics in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature I: Samuel Richardsonís Clarissa in Context

ENGL 398 (Fall): Topics in Literary Criticism and Theory III: The Eighteenth-Century Sublime and the Birth of the Aesthetic

ENGL 343 (Winter):  Topics in Restoration and Eighteenth-Century Literature II: Eighteenth-Century Narrative Satire and the Novel