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El Dia de los Muertos American-style: Communicating with the Living
Unformatted Document Text:  20 References Alexander, Jeffrey, C. 1990. “Analytic debates: Understanding the relative autonomy of culture,” in Culture in Society. eds. Jeffrey C. Alexander and Steven Seidman. New York. Cambridge University Press. 1-27. Alvear, Cecilia. Fall 1998. “No Chicanos on TV.” Nieman Reports. V52. n3. 49-51. Bakhtin, Mikhail. 1984. Rabelais and his World, Bloomington. Indiana University Press. Baron, Robert and Spitzer, Nicholas. 1992. Public Folklore. Washington DC. Smithsonian Institution Press. Brandes, Stanley. 1988. Power and Persuasion: Fiestas and Social Control in Rural Mexico, Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press. Buechler, Hans, C. 1971. The Bolivian Aymara. New York. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. ---------- 1980. The Masked Media: Aymara Fiestas and Social Interaction in the Bolivian Highlands. New York. Mouton Publishers. Carmichael, Elizabeth and Sayer, Chloe. 1991. The Skeleton At the Feast: The Day of the Dead in Mexico. Austin. University of Texas Press. Coluccio, Felix. 1991. Fiestas y Costumbres de Latinoamerica. Buenos Aires. Ediciones Corregidor. Cadavál, Olivia. 1985. “The Taking of the Renwick,”: The Celebration of the Day of the Dead and the Latino Community in Washington, DC, Journal of Folklore Research, v22, no. 2-3. --------- 1991. “Making a Place Home: The Latino Festival,” in Creative Ethnicity, Stephen Stern and John Allan Cicala, editors, Utah State Press. --------- 1998. Creating a Latino Identity in the Nation’s Capital: The Latino Festival, New York, Garland Publishing Inc. Garciagodoy, Juanita. 1998 Digging the Days of the Dead, Niwot, University Press of Colorado Gaspar De Alba, Alicia. 1998. Chicano Art: Inside/Outside the Master’s House: Cultural Politics and the CARA Exhibition. Austin. University of Texas Press. Gluckman, Max. 1962. Essays on the Ritual of Social Relations. Manchester. Manchester University Press. Gramsci, Antonio. 1988. An Antonio Gramsci Reader. ed. David Forgacs. New York. Schocken Books. Greenleaf, Richard. 1971 The Roman Catholic Church in Colonial America, New York, Alfred Knopf, Inc. Limón, José. 1983. “Western Marxism and Folklore: A Critical Introduction,” in Journal of American Folklore, vol. 96, no. 379. -------- 1994. Dancing with the Devil: Society and Cultural Poetics in Mexican-American South Texas. Madison. University of Wisconsin Press. Lipsitz, George. 1990. Time Passages: Collective Memory and American Popular Culture. Minneapolis. University of Minnesota Press. Masuaka, Susan. 1990. “Calavera Miniatures: Political Commentary in Three Dimensions,” in Studies in Latin American Popular Culture, vol. 9. Medina, Lara. 1994. “Dias de Muertos da Puebla a Los Angeles. Migrazione e rigenerazione identitaria di un complesso rituale,” Religioni e Societa, 18. 6-23. Meyer, Richard, E. 1989. Cemeteries and Gravemarkers: Voices of American Culture, Ann Arbor, UMI Research Press. Milne, Jean. 1965. “November: All Saints and All Souls,” in Fiesta Time in Latin America, Los Angeles, Ward Ritchie Press. Moore, Sally F. and Myerhoff, Barbara. 1977. Secular Ritual. Assen. Van Gorcum. Morrison, Suzanne, Shumate. 1992. Mexico’s Day of the Dead in San Francisco, California, unpublished doctoral dissertation, Theology Department, University of California, Berkeley.

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References
Alexander, Jeffrey, C. 1990. “Analytic debates: Understanding the relative autonomy of culture,” in
Culture in Society. eds. Jeffrey C. Alexander and Steven Seidman. New York. Cambridge
University Press. 1-27.
Alvear, Cecilia. Fall 1998. “No Chicanos on TV.” Nieman Reports. V52. n3. 49-51.
Bakhtin, Mikhail. 1984. Rabelais and his World, Bloomington. Indiana University Press.
Baron, Robert and Spitzer, Nicholas. 1992. Public Folklore. Washington DC. Smithsonian
Institution
Press.
Brandes, Stanley. 1988. Power and Persuasion: Fiestas and Social Control in Rural Mexico,
Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
Buechler, Hans, C. 1971. The Bolivian Aymara. New York. Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc.
---------- 1980. The Masked Media: Aymara Fiestas and Social Interaction in the Bolivian Highlands.
New York. Mouton Publishers.
Carmichael, Elizabeth and Sayer, Chloe. 1991. The Skeleton At the Feast: The Day of the Dead in
Mexico. Austin. University of Texas Press.
Coluccio, Felix. 1991. Fiestas y Costumbres de Latinoamerica. Buenos Aires. Ediciones Corregidor.
Cadavál, Olivia. 1985. “The Taking of the Renwick,”: The Celebration of the Day of the Dead and the
Latino Community in Washington, DC, Journal of Folklore Research, v22, no. 2-3.
--------- 1991. “Making a Place Home: The Latino Festival,” in Creative Ethnicity, Stephen Stern
and John Allan Cicala, editors, Utah State Press.
--------- 1998. Creating a Latino Identity in the Nation’s Capital: The Latino Festival,
New York, Garland Publishing Inc.
Garciagodoy, Juanita. 1998 Digging the Days of the Dead, Niwot, University Press of Colorado
Gaspar De Alba, Alicia. 1998. Chicano Art: Inside/Outside the Master’s House: Cultural Politics and
the CARA Exhibition. Austin. University of Texas Press.
Gluckman, Max. 1962. Essays on the Ritual of Social Relations. Manchester. Manchester University
Press.
Gramsci, Antonio. 1988. An Antonio Gramsci Reader. ed. David Forgacs. New York. Schocken Books.
Greenleaf, Richard. 1971 The Roman Catholic Church in Colonial America, New York, Alfred
Knopf, Inc.
Limón, José. 1983. “Western Marxism and Folklore: A Critical Introduction,” in Journal of
American
Folklore, vol. 96, no. 379.
-------- 1994. Dancing with the Devil: Society and Cultural Poetics in Mexican-American South Texas.
Madison. University of Wisconsin Press.
Lipsitz, George. 1990. Time Passages: Collective Memory and American Popular Culture.
Minneapolis.
University of Minnesota Press.
Masuaka, Susan. 1990. “Calavera Miniatures: Political Commentary in Three Dimensions,” in Studies in
Latin American Popular Culture, vol. 9.
Medina, Lara. 1994. “Dias de Muertos da Puebla a Los Angeles. Migrazione e rigenerazione
identitaria di un complesso rituale,” Religioni e Societa, 18. 6-23.
Meyer, Richard, E. 1989. Cemeteries and Gravemarkers: Voices of American Culture, Ann Arbor,
UMI Research Press.
Milne, Jean. 1965. “November: All Saints and All Souls,” in Fiesta Time in Latin America, Los
Angeles, Ward Ritchie Press.
Moore, Sally F. and Myerhoff, Barbara. 1977. Secular Ritual. Assen. Van Gorcum.
Morrison, Suzanne, Shumate. 1992. Mexico’s Day of the Dead in San Francisco, California, unpublished
doctoral dissertation, Theology Department, University of California, Berkeley.


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