Chenxi Fu

Ph.D Candidate

Office Hours

Spring 2019
PORT 6 [1PM – 1:50PM]
Monday & Wednesday
2PM – 3PM

Office Location

Phelps Hall 3210

Specialization

Brazilian and Portuguese Literatures

Education

Ph.D. in Hispanic Languages and Literatures [in progress]
University of California | Santa Barbara | USA
 
M.A. in Lusophone Literatures  [2013]
University of Coimbra | Portugal
 
B.A. in Portuguese  [2011]
Peking University | China

Research

Luso-Brazilian Literatures & Cultures. Translation Studies. Comparative Literature. 

Publications

Journal Articles & Presented Papers 

  • Um discurso feminizado e feminizante: o francesismo como alvo de crítica n’O Primo Basílio”, Spanish and Portuguese Review, Vol. 4, AATSP, Michigan, 2018. 
  • “The black box of Saramago’s novel writing”, Shanghai Culture New Criticism, January, 2018. 
  • “Portuguese Literature in Eight Centuries”, Journal of Literature and Art, January 15, 2018, Page 6. 
  • “The Iberian soil, the Transmontane heather, the Portuguese sea”, Shu Cheng, Shanghai, February, 2017. 
  • “The ‘Brazilian Miracle’ in Rubem Fonseca”, Shu Cheng, Shanghai, March, 2015. 
  • “The Iberianist Thesis of Gilberto Freyre: a transatlantic dialogue”, presented at the 11th Conference of American Portuguese Studies Association, Michigan, October 2018. 
  • “A Borboleta de Chuang Tzu e o Sonho de Bernardo Soares”, presented at the 11th Congress of the International Lusitanists Association, Macao, July 2017. 
  • “O Francesismo e o Adultério n’O Primo Basílio”, presented at the 17th Lusophone and Hispanic Graduate Student Conference, University of California-Santa Barbara, February 2017. 
  • “O Iberismo de Fernando Pessoa a José Saramago”, presented at the 10th Conference of American Portuguese Studies Association, University of Stanford, September 2016. 
  • "O Iberismo e o Sonho do Quinto Império-uma nova perspectiva da poética de Pessoa", presented at the Iberian and Latin-American Literature Conference, Nanjing, August 2015. 
  • “Precessão do Mapa: o sonho como simulacro no Livro do Desassossego”, presented at the 9th Conference of American Portuguese Studies Association, New Mexico, October 2014. 

 

Translations

  • Death at Intervals (novel by José Saramago), China Writers Publishing House, 2018.
  • (in cooperation) Granta: short stories by contemporary Brazilian writers, Shanghai Literature & Art Publishing House, 2015. 
  • Happy New Year (Short story Collection of Rubem Fonseca), 99 Publishing House, 2014. 
  • The Pilgrimage (novel), Nanhai Publishing House, 2012. 

Courses

  • PORT 1: Fall 2015 | Fall 2016 | Fall 2018
  • PORT 2: Winter 2016 | Winter 2017 | Winter 2019
  • PORT 3: Spring 2016 | Spring 2017
  • PORT 4: Fall 2017
  • PORT 6: Spring 2019
  • PORT 16A: Summer 2016 | Winter 2018 | Summer 2018 
  • PORT 16B: Spring 2018