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Traditional papermaking and paper cult figures of Mexico

by Alan R. Sandstrom

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Published by University of Oklahoma Press in Norman .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Mexico.
    • Subjects:
    • Papermaking -- Mexico.,
    • Indians of Mexico -- Religion.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Alan R. Sandstrom and Pamela Effrein Sandstrom.
      ContributionsSandstrom, Pamela Effrein, 1954-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsF1219.3.P3 S26 1986
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxv, 327 p., [8] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages327
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2550595M
      ISBN 100806119721
      LC Control Number85040947

      and Pamela Effrein Landstrom, Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ). See Griffith, Southern Arizona Folk Arts, , also James S. Griffith, "The Arizona-Sonora Border," in Festival of American Folklife (Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution, ). TRADITIONAL PAPERMAKING AND PAPER CULT FIGURES OF MEXICO. By Alan R. Sandstrom and Pamela Effrein Sandstrom. Norman and London: University of Oklahoma Press, Pp. This is a book about ritual and the physical accoutrements of it, but I want to take the opportunity to discuss it here, because a third of the work relies so.

      Sandstrom, Alan R. and Pamela E. Traditional Papermaking & Paper Cult Figures of Mexico (, University of Oklahoma Press), pp, hardcover, $ Shannon, Faith. Reprint of The Art and Craft of Paper (formerly Paper Pleasures, , Weidenfeld & Nicolson), pp, $ New Website. Visit the new American Anthropologist website for supplementary material, multimodal productions, teaching resources, a podcast, and more.

        I first heard about Pamela in while serving as the acquisitions editor for the University of Oklahoma Press; this was about the time the press published her and Alan R. Sandstrom’s book, Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico–which is still in print. Pamela’s credentials are impressive, and she’s the ideal. Amate paper is one of a number of paper crafts of Mexico, along with papel picado and papier-mâché (such as Judas figures, alebrijes or decorative items such as strands of chili peppers called ristras).However, amate paper has been made as a commodity only since the s. Prior to that time, it was made for mostly ritual purposes.


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Traditional papermaking and paper cult figures of Mexico Item Preview remove-circle This first systematic examination and analysis of traditional Indian papermaking, paper images, and their meaning and place in religious thought is based on the Sandstroms' first decade of fieldwork and research.

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Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of MexicoCited by: Full text of "Traditional papermaking and paper cult figures of Mexico" See other formats. Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico ISBN: Title: Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico Authors: Sandstrom, Alan R., Sandstrom, Pamela Effrein Binding: Hardcover Publisher: Univ of Oklahoma Pr Publication Date: Jun 1 Edition: Condition: Used - Acceptable Hardcover The item is 3/5(2).

TRADITIONAL PAPERMAKING AND PAPER CULT FIGURES OF MEXICO, por Alan R. Sandstrom y Pamela Efrein Sandstrom. 1a edición: University of Oklahoma Press. Sandstrom, Alan R and Pamela Effrein Sandstrom.

Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press, ; Osvaldo, Pedro. The origins of Mexican Catholicism: Nahua rituals and Christian sacraments in sixteenth-century Mexico. Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Press, Alan R.

Sandstrom is the author of Corn is Our Blood ( avg rating, 15 ratings, 2 reviews, published ), Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Fig 4/5(4). Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Author of Ethnic identity in Nahua Mesoamerica, Traditional papermaking and paper cult figures of Mexico, The image of disease, Ecology, economy and Written works: Corn Is Our Blood, Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico.

* – “Paper and Blood: Ritual Sacrifice Among Native Americans of Mexico,” by Alan R. Sandstrom, author of Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico, with Pamela Effrein Sandstrom (University of Oklahoma Press,).

His major publications include Corn is Our Blood: Culture and Ethnic Identity in a Contemporary Aztec Indian Village and Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico. He is widely published in major journals and was recently a guest of the Mexican Academy of the Sciences for their Visiting Distinguished Professor : Alan R.

Sandstrom. I first heard about Pamela in while serving as the acquisitions editor for the University of Oklahoma Press; this was about the time the press published her and Alan R. Sandstrom's book, 'Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico'--which is still in print.

Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico Anthropology Faculty Publications () Alan R. Sandstrom and Pamela Effrein Sandstrom. T he art of papermaking in Mexico dates back to pre-columbian times. In the early 's it was thought that papermaking had died out.

In fact, no one outside of Mexico had recorded seeing amate made since the 's until Frederick Starr, an anthropologist, while searching for traditional Indians in east-central Mexico found evidence of papermaking & its uses.

Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico. Jeffrey H. Cohen; Pages: ; First Published: 01 March ; Food Policy in Mexico. Robert D. Baer; Pages: ; First Published: Spring ; Book reviews.

Cantares Mexicanos: Songs of the Aztecs/A Nahuatl‐English Dictionary and Concordance to the Cantares Mexicanos. For over years the manual craft of papermaking has been practiced all over the world utilizing a variety of techniques.

This review describes the evolution of hand papermaking and its. According to Alan Sandstrom in his book Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico “Virtually every Aztec rite included the adorning of statues of sacred objects with paper adornments were cut to proper shape & often dyed & decorated to correspond to symbolic colors of a particular deity.”.

Painting the Aztec Past in Early Colonial Mexico: Translation and Knowledge Production in the Codex Mendoza - Volume 72 Issue 4 - Daniela Bleichmar The Question of the Book in the New World. ” In Writing without Words (), – Traditional Papermaking and Author: Daniela Bleichmar.

Sandstrom, Alan R., and Sandstrom, Pamela E. Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico. University of Oklahoma Press, Norman. Seler, Eduard Venus Period in the Picture Writings of the Borgian Codex by:. Alan R. and Pamela E. Sandstrom: Traditional Papermaking and Paper Cult Figures of Mexico.

In International Journal of American Linguistics Jorge Suárez: The Mesoamerican Indian Languages. In South Eastern Latin Americanist XXVIII Michel Launey: Introduction à la Langue et à la Litteráture Aztèques.What happened to the Aztec gods after the Conquest?

(1) This is one of two superb answers we have received from experts to this question, raised by a school during a Mexicolore team workshop on the Aztecs.

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Lynn. Perkins / Published Paper Kenneth Ullyett Papermaking Dard Hunter Wolvercote Mill: a study in papermaking at Oxford Harry Graham Carter.