Bibliography: Carnival

Aloian, Molly. Mardi Gras and Carnival. Crabtree Publishing Company, 2009.  

Bakhtin, Mikhail. Rabelais and His World. Indiana University Press, 2009.  

Capo, Lissa. ““Throw Me Something, Mister”: The History of Carnival Throws in New Orleans.” M. A. Thesis, New Orleans, LA: University of New Orleans, 2011.,1164.  

Foran, Jill. Mardi Gras. Weigl Publishers, 2003.  

Gulevich, Tanya. Encyclopedia of Easter, Carnival, and Lent. Detroit Mich.: Omnigraphics, 2002.  

Hardy, Arthur. “History of Mardi Gras.” Arthur Hardy’s Mardi Gras Guide, 2011.

———. Mardi Gras in New Orleans- An Illustrated History. New Orleans, LA: Arthur Hardy Enterprises, 2001.  

Huber, Leonard V. Mardi Gras: A Pictorial History of Carnival in New Orleans. Pelican Publishing, 1976.  

Jankowiak, William, and C. Todd White. “Carnival on the Clipboard: An Ethnological Study of New Orleans Mardi Gras.” Ethnology 38, no. 4. University of Pittsburgh- Of the Commonwealth System of Higher Education (Autumn 1999): 335-349.  

Kinser, Samuel. Carnival, American Style: Mardi Gras at New Orleans and Mobile. 1st ed. University Of Chicago Press, 1990.  

La Cour, Arthur. New Orleans masquerade chronicles of carnival. New Orleans: Pelican Pub. Co., 1952.  

Leathem, Karen. “”A carnival according to their own desires” : gender and Mardi Gras in New Orleans, 1870-1941,” 1995.  

Leon, Thomas Cooper De. Creole carnivals: (Mardi Gras) : their ancient origin, American growth and business outcome, with sketches of outside carnivals. University of Michigan Library, 1898.  

Lindahl, Carl. “A Note on the Festive, Cultural, and Geographic Range of This Issue.” The Journal of American Folklore 114, no. 452 (Spring 2001): 140-143.  

Lohman, Jon. “”It Can’t Rain Every Day”: The Year-Round Experience of Carnival.” Western Folklore 58, no. 4 (1999): 279.  

Marks, Janet. “Mardi Gras.” Mississippi Review 2, no. 2 (1973): 18.  

Mistretta, Andrea. Mardi Gras Parade of Posters. Pelican Publishing, 2009.  

Mitchell, Reid. “Where Was Pierre Clement de Laussat during Carnival 1808?.” Louisiana History: The Journal of the Louisiana Historical Association 34, no. 1 (Winter 1993): 107.  

Orloff, Alexander. Carnival. Austria: Welsermuhl, 1981.  

Rambuss, Richard. “Spenser and Milton at Mardi Gras: English Literature, American Cultural Capital, and the Reformation of New Orleans Carnival.” boundary 2 27, no. 2 (Summer 2000): 45-72.  

Rayford, Julian Lee. Chasing the Devil Round a Stump: History of Mardi Gras 1704-1962. Mobile, AL: American Printing Co, 1962.  

Roach, Joseph. “Carnival and the Law in New Orleans.” TDR (1988-) 37, no. 3 (Autumn 1993): 42-75.  

Sands, Rosita M. “Carnival Celebrations in Africa and the New World: Junkanoo and the Black Indians of Mardi Gras.” Black Music Research Journal 11, no. 1 (Spring 1991): 75-92.  

Schindler, Henri. Mardi Gras New Orleans. New Orleans, LA: Flammarion, 1997.  

Tallant, Robert. Mardi Gras . . . As It Was. Pelican Publishing, 1989.  

Unknown. “Carnival Capital in Gay Attire As Pershing and Rex Draw Near; God of Revelry Ousts Dull Care.” The Times-Picayune. New Orleans, LA, February 16, 1920.

Wilkinson Sr, Hugh M. “History of Carnival.” Mardi Gras in New Orleans, 1968.

Young, Perry. Carnival and Mardi-gras in New Orleans, New Orleans: Harmanson’s, 1939.