Christopher T. Lewis portrait
  • Associate Professor, World Languages and Cultures
  • Director of Graduate Studies, World Languages and Cultures
  • Program Coordinator, Portuguese & Brazilian Studies
  • Affiliated Faculty, Latin American Studies
801-581-4604

Current Courses

Fall 2020

  • CLCS 490-001
    Special Topics
  • CLCS 4900-001
    Special Topics
    Location: CANVAS (CANVAS)
  • CLCS 6900-001
    Special Topics
    Location: CANVAS (CANVAS)
  • PTGSE 4630-001
    Intro Brazilian Lit
    Location: CANVAS (CANVAS)
  • PTGSE 6630-001
    Brazilian Literature
    Location: CANVAS (CANVAS)

Spring 2020

Courses I Teach

  • PTGSE 3050 - Voices from Empire in the Portuguese Diaspora   (https://www.dropbox.com/s/qu4txr3h5wxk00c/PTGSE%20...)
    Empire and the Lusotropicalist Myth in
 the literature of Brazil, Portugal, Mozambique, Angola, Macao, and Goa | Conducted in Portuguese
  • PTGSE 3580 - The Guerrilla from Ipanema: Music of Protest   (https://www.dropbox.com/s/0p1gry71uz0hcjc/PTGSE%20...)
    Brazilian popular music’s role as an important forum for political expression and resistance — a lens for history, culture, and national identity during the twenty-one years of the military regime (1964–85) | Conducted in Portuguese
  • PTGSE 4620 - Introduction to Port. & Lusophone Literature
    Readings in Portuguese and Lusophone Literature from the medieval period to the present, covering varied genres in their respective cultural, historical, and aesthetic contexts | Conducted in Portuguese
  • PTGSE 4630 - Introduction to Brazilian Literature   (https://www.dropbox.com/s/j4pykzsymy2xrrp/PTGSE%20...)
    Readings in Brazilian Literature from the colonial period to the present, covering varied genres in their respective cultural, historical, and aesthetic contexts | Conducted in Portuguese
  • PTGSE 4710 - Reflecting Brazilian Identity in Film   (https://www.dropbox.com/s/imn71u7au5jn5kb/PTGSE%20...)
    Exploration of the Portuguese-speaking world through films paired with reviews, critical essays, and literature — emphasizing the process of the Luso-Brazilian artist in dialogue with the ever-changing concepts of national and Lusophone identity | Conducted in English
  • PTGSE 4900 - The Fantastic & Sci-Fi in Brazilian Literature   (https://www.dropbox.com/s/bm77fc8kkwvwmob/PTGSE%20...)
    Exploration of the concepts of the Fantastic and Science Fiction by way of the greatest practitioners of speculative fiction in the Brazilian short story as well as examples from cinema and television.
  • CLCS 4900 - Books of Mormons: Mormon Literature   (https://www.dropbox.com/s/zufwuk7a3jgi8y4/CLCS%204...)
    Literary reflections of Mormonism in novels, short stories, theatre, and cinema that engage with questions relating to Mormon history and culture in complex or innovative ways.