Happy Cinco de May and End of the Semester!

Today is the 152nd Anniversary of Cinco de Mayo, when the Mexican Army defeated invading French forces at the Battle of Puebla. Turns out the whole story is a cautionary story about taking on debt. In related news, today is the last day of the Spring 2014 semester!

Tomorrow the library switches to our May summer hours (until Memorial Day):
Monday – Friday: 9am to 7pm

To tour through Mexican art and graphics in the stacks:

Mexican graphics = Gráfica mexicana / Antoni Cadafalch – NC998.4 .C33 2011

Made in Mexico / Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston.- N6555 .I5 2004

Strange new world : art and design from Tijuana = Extraño nuevo mundo : arte y diseño desde Tijuana /editor and curator, Rachel Teagle- N6557.T5 S77 2006

Posada’s popular Mexican prints; 273 cuts / by José Guadalupe Posada – NE546.P6 B47 1972

Sensacional : Mexican street graphics / Juan Carlos Mena and Óscar Reyes – ND2644 .M46 2002

The Day of the Dead : a pictorial archive of Dia de los Muertos / selected and edited by Jean Moss – GT4995.A4 D643 2010

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