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El Dia de los Muertos American-style: Communicating with the Living
Unformatted Document Text:  21 Portales, Marco. 2000. Crowding Out Latinos: Mexican Americans in the Public Consciousness. Philadelphia. Temple University Press. Portillo, Lourdes and Muñoz, Susana. 1990. La Ofenda (Day of the Dead) video. Richards, Denise. 1996. Calaveras. video. Santa Ana, Otto. 2002. Brown Tide Rising: Metaphors of Latinos in Contemporary American Public Discourse. Austin. University of Texas Press. Santino, Jack. 1994. Halloween and Other Festivals of Death and Life. Knoxville. University of Tennessee Press. ------- 1988. “The Tendency to Ritualize: The Living Celebrations Series as a Model for Cultural Presentation and Validation,” The Conservation of Culture, University Press of Kentucky, Stern, Steven, J. 1987. Resistance, Rebellion and Consciousness in the Andean Peasant World, 18 th to 20 th Centuries. Madison. University of Wisconsin Press. Taylor, Charles and Bang, Hae-Kyong. Summer 1997. “Portrayals of Latinos in magazine advertising.” Journalism and Mass Communication Educator. v52. n2. 285-304. Taylor, William B. 1979. Drinking, Homicide and Rebellion in Colonial Mexican Villages, Stanford, California, Stanford University Press. Taylor, William B. and Franklin Pease. 1994. Violence, Resistance and Survival in the Americas: Native Americans and the Legacy of Conquest. Washington DC. Smithsonian Institution Press. Thompson, Edward, P. 1991. Customs in Common, Merlin Press, London. Turner, Kay and Jasper, Pat. 1994. “Day of the Dead: The Tex-Mex Tradition” in Halloween and Other Festivals of Death and Life, ed. Jack Santino. Knoxville. University of Tennessee. Turner, Victor. 1977. Ritual Process: Structure and Anti-Structure, Cornell University Press, Ithaca, NY. --------- 1982. Celebration: Studies in Festivity and Ritual, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC. Viquiera, Juan Pedro. July-Dec. 1984. “La Ilustracion y las fiestas religiosas populares en la Ciudad de Mexico (1730-1821),” in Cuicuilco 14-15: Religion popular e identidad. Revista de la escuela nacional de antropologia e historia. Mexico. West, John, O. 1989. Mexican-American Folklore, Little Rock Publishers.

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Portales, Marco. 2000. Crowding Out Latinos: Mexican Americans in the Public Consciousness.
Philadelphia. Temple University Press.
Portillo, Lourdes and Muñoz, Susana. 1990. La Ofenda (Day of the Dead) video.
Richards, Denise. 1996. Calaveras. video.
Santa Ana, Otto. 2002. Brown Tide Rising: Metaphors of Latinos in Contemporary American Public
Discourse. Austin. University of Texas Press.
Santino, Jack. 1994. Halloween and Other Festivals of Death and Life. Knoxville. University of
Tennessee Press.
------- 1988. “The Tendency to Ritualize: The Living Celebrations Series as a Model for Cultural
Presentation and Validation,” The Conservation of Culture, University Press of Kentucky,
Stern, Steven, J. 1987. Resistance, Rebellion and Consciousness in the Andean Peasant World,
18
th
to 20
th
Centuries. Madison. University of Wisconsin Press.
Taylor, Charles and Bang, Hae-Kyong. Summer 1997. “Portrayals of Latinos in magazine advertising.”
Journalism and Mass Communication Educator. v52. n2. 285-304.
Taylor, William B. 1979. Drinking, Homicide and Rebellion in Colonial Mexican Villages,
Stanford, California, Stanford University Press.
Taylor, William B. and Franklin Pease. 1994. Violence, Resistance and Survival in the Americas: Native
Americans and the Legacy of Conquest. Washington DC. Smithsonian Institution Press.
Thompson, Edward, P. 1991. Customs in Common, Merlin Press, London.
Turner, Kay and Jasper, Pat. 1994. “Day of the Dead: The Tex-Mex Tradition” in Halloween and Other Festivals
of Death and Life, ed. Jack Santino. Knoxville. University of
Tennessee.
Turner, Victor. 1977. Ritual Process: Structure and Anti-Structure, Cornell University Press,
Ithaca,
NY.
--------- 1982. Celebration: Studies in Festivity and Ritual, Smithsonian Institution Press,
Washington,
DC.
Viquiera, Juan Pedro. July-Dec. 1984. “La Ilustracion y las fiestas religiosas populares en la Ciudad de
Mexico (1730-1821),” in Cuicuilco 14-15: Religion popular e identidad. Revista de la escuela
nacional de antropologia e historia. Mexico.
West, John, O. 1989. Mexican-American Folklore, Little Rock Publishers.


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