Print Resources

Ancona , G. (1993). Pablo remembers: the fiesta of the Day of the Dead. NY: Lothrop, Lee & Shepard Books.

Andrade, M. (1999). Dia de Muertos in Mexico. Oaxaca. San Jose, California: La Oferta Review Newspaper.

Appelbaum, S. & Berdecio, R. (Ed.). (1972). Posada’s popular Mexican prints. N.Y.: Dover Publications.

Brandes, S.(1998). The Day of the Dead, Halloween, and the quest for Mexican national identity. Journal of American Folklore. 111(442), p. 359-80.

Cardoza y Aragon, L.(2003). Jose Guadalupe Posada’s Calaveras. Artes de Mexico, 67.

Carmichael, E. & Chloe, S. (1991). The Skeleton and the Feast. Austin : University of Texas Press.

Garciagodoy, J. (1998). Digging the Days of the Dead. Boulder : University Press of Colorado .

Greenleigh, J. (1991). The days of the dead: Mexico ‘s Festival of Communion with the Departed. San Francisco , California : Collins Publishers San Francisco .

Lechuga, R. D. (2002). Obigatory fiesta: Day of the Dead Rituals. Artes de Mexico, 62.

Lechuga, R. D. (2003). The Skeleton and the Calaca. Artes de Mexico, 67.

Naggar, C & Ritchin, F. (1993). Mexico through foreign eyes: Mexico visto por ojos extranjeros, 1850-1990. New York : W.W. Norton.

Orellana, M.D. (2002). New Questions about the Day of the Dead. Artes de Mexico, 62.

Salinas , B. (1994). Indo-Hispanic Folk Art Traditions II. Auburn Hills , MI : Piñata Publications.

Sayer, C. (Ed.). (1994). The Mexican Day of the Dead: an anthology. Boston : Shambhala Redstone Editions.

Trenchard, K. (1998). Mexican papercutting: simple techniques for creating colorful cut-paper projects. Asheville , N.C. : Lark Books.

Westheim, P. (2003). Fear of Death: Anguish in Life. Artes de Mexico, 67.

Walkup, N. (2001). Teaching Sensitive Cultural Traditions. School Arts. 101(3) p. 23-5.

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