Washington and Lee's Digital Archive
The Washington and Lee University Digital Archive serves to preserve, share, and enhance the use of materials owned or created by WLU and members of its community by making these materials available in a digital format.
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Our archive does not accept data sets and accompanying files. However, preserving and providing open access to such data is essential to further research and is a key value of the scientific community, so we encourage you to place your data in a repository designed specifically for data.
This archive is maintained by the University Library. If you have questions, comments, or problems with the accessibility of this archive's content, please contact Digital Services Manager Cindy Morton at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Drawing a distinction between ancient and modern freedom, I advocate for a reconstituted and updated ancient conception of freedom, highlighting the important role of political courage within that conception, in order to ...
(2017-06-05)This case study describes two iterations of a Digital Humanities “Studio” course on scholarly text encoding as a model for Digital Humanities curriculum at a small liberal arts college. Designed to accompany a three-credit ...
Sensing fluid pressure during plucking events in a natural bedrock channel: Cowpasture River, VA (thesis) Bedrock river erosion by plucking -- the wholesale removal of bedrock blocks -- is likely the dominant non-glacial driver of incision into topography over both short- and long-term timescales. Engineering and physical/numerical ...
This paper explores World War II's effect on female educational attainment. First, I analyze whether there is a link between World War II and female educational attainment. I then assess two possible channels through which ...
Alcohol abuse and underage drinking in the United States lead to many adverse outcomes, including unintended pregnancy. One way to reduce alcohol abuse – and therefore its negative outcomes – is to raise the price of beer ...