Washington and Lee University 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.
Faculty, students, and staff can submit their scholarship through the buttons above.
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 Scholarship Librarian Paula S. Kiser or Digital Services Manager Cindy Morton at firstname.lastname@example.org
Communities in the Digital Archive
Select a community to browse its collections.
Even in deat h, Frank Hague left a lasting imprint on his city. Today people vividly remember the Boss either from fear or loyalty. The mention of his name excites almost the same emotions it did twenty years ago. The ...
Recent research has suggested that lithium (Li) may increase cholinergic activity with a resulting increase in cholinergically mediated behavior. Li toxicity, however, poses serious methodolgical problems for researchers ...
Investigations of Direct Methods for the Determination of Fine Structure Associated with the Velocity Dependence of Total Elastic Scattering Cross-sections for Neutral Particles in the Thermal Energy Range The project at hand is an investigation of methods which might be used for the determination of a plot of 1n Q, vs [gamma]r, as shown in Figure 1, where Q is the crosssection, and [gamma]r is the relative velocity of ...
This project is a psychological study of Thomas Hardy's developing attitude towards sexuality; specifically whether it could be brought into a constructive moral system, or whether the experience was fulfilling in its own ...
Gender is merely an attribute, rather than the single determining factor of one's identity, yet Hemingway and Frost both devised their own distinctly masculine personality -- a public image which became progressively more ...