Mary and BordersMain MenuMary and BordersA project by students in Latina/Latino Religious Experiences (REL 322)IntroductionAbout the Mary and Borders ProjectRefuge: Borderlands and the Blessed VirginFood and BordersFood as a window into culture, religion, and border spacesBody as a Border SpaceFamilial Ties and Border SpacesA Blog SeriesZero Tolerance PolicyArt in the StreetVisual essays on Marian art in public spacesBorders Cause HatredA video essayRosaries and Sacred SpaceVirtual Interactive RosaryI Speak to God in SpanglishDesktop wallpapers and cositasMusic and BordersMary as One of the Many Who FledAn interactive board gameFaith and BordersA reflection on personal faith and border spacesNuestra Señora de San Juan de Los LagosAn essay on Marian devotion at the US-Mexico borderNuestra Señora de DoloresContributors and CreditsMarian Library, University of Daytonc3c11974c39c1823ab4600529dd5891fdecc4a9d
Mary, Borders, and Tattoos Lotería
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Lotería, the Spanish word for lottery, is a traditional game of chance played in Mexico. Students created a lotería game using the themes of Mary, borders, and tattoos. You can access the full game by clicking here.
This game was created by Daniel Bandelaria, Danika Garza, John Kunzmann, and Kathleen Schumacher