Portuguese

Regina R. Félix, Ph.D.

Description: Felix Associate Professor of Portuguese
Office: Leutze Hall 277
Telephone: (910) 962-7310
Fax: (910) 962-7712
E-mail: felixr

Bacharelado, Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Regina R. Félix teaches courses on Portuguese/Brazilian language, culture, film, international, and women studies. Her research interests are Brazilian intellectual history, literary and cinema studies; Marxist, feminist, postcolonial, and critical theory concepts in Brazilian criticism. She published one monograph and a co-edited volume, besides numerous articles in international journals and edited volumes. Félix is preparing a monograph on Brazilian women directors’ perspectives on history.

Peer-Reviewed Publication

Entry: Clara Averbuck. Rector, Monica and Robert Anderson Eds. Twenty-First Century Brazilian Writers. Dictionary of Literary Biography (DLB) 384. Farmington Hills: Gale Publisher, 2019. Pp. 36-40 (3,376 words).

 Entry: André Sant’Anna. Rector, Monica and Robert Anderson Eds. Twenty-First-Century Brazilian Writers. Dictionary of Literary Biography (DLB) 384. Farmington Hills: Gale Publisher, 2019. Pp. 214-9 (4,207 words).

 Entry: Nelson Pereira dos Santos. Rector, Monica and Robert Anderson Eds. Twenty-First-Century Brazilian Writers. Dictionary of Literary Biography (DLB) 384. Farmington Hills: Gale Publisher, 2019. Pp. 231-8 (5,164 words).

 Article: Félix, Regina R.  “A inefável obscuridade de Brás Cubas” [The ineffable obscurity of Brás Cubas]. Revista ARA. São Paulo: Grupo Museu/Patrimônio FAU-USP. No. 3, Outubro, 2017, pp. 269-84

 Book: Edited volume with Scott D. Juall. Cultural Exchanges between Brazil and France. West Lafayette: Purdue University Press, 2016.