Washington and Lee's Digital Archive
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Fools for Christ's Sake: The Intent to Edify found in the Writing of Leontius and Flannery O'Connor (thesis) The Life of Symeon is classified as Christian hagiography, capturing a saint's journey of practicing ascetism in both the desert and city. Leontius of Neapolis wrote this text with the main intent to edify his audience. ...
The Effect of Preference for Sons over Daughters on Women's Agency and Empowerment Within a Household (thesis) While studies have shown how son preference negatively affects life outcomes of both born and unborn daughters, there is limited research examining how it, in turn, affects women who do not give birth to the desired number ...
Journey from the Baroque to the Modern: The Viola in Public Performance and Musical Analysis, Featuring works by Bach, C. Stamitz, Weber, Bloch, and Brahms When I was in Vienna, studying music for a semester abroad, I began to think seriously about my senior recital and the pieces I should consider playing. This program was shaped largely by the viola lessons I took while in ...
In this thesis, we describe, analyze, and extend ionic self-assembly of monolayers (ISAM), a bottom-up nanostructure production technique designed to coat surfaces in uniform layers of charged nanoparticles. Using mean ...
Pleasure and Pain: The Connection Between Opioid Prescriptions and Social Security Disability Insurance in the U.S. I examine the connection between prescription opioid use and Social Security Disability Insurance in the United States. Previous research has found that a correlation exists between opioids and disability rates, but little ...