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 email@example.com
Communities in the Digital Archive
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Marginalization through Content Moderation: An Interdisciplinary Analysis of the Silencing of Marginalized Voices on Social Media Social media is largely considered a democratic space. It seemingly promotes the freedom and equality of all people by enabling individuals to voice their perspectives online, regardless of their identities. However, while ...
Because of rich environmental, linguistic, and cultural history and culture, NGOs and government agencies in Latin America have been studying and implementing cultural knowledge restoration for decades. This investigation ...
Revolutionizing SUD Recovery: The Crucial Role of Nutrition in Breaking the Cycle of Poverty and Substance Abuse While there are various approaches to treating SUDs [substance use disorders], one promising avenue is through nutrition. Nutrition plays a critical role in overall health and well-being, and it has the potential to address ...
Analysis of Women's Reproductive Health Care and Prenatal Care in Rural Virginia, A Community Based Research Project Throughout my undergraduate career I have strived to understand the intersection between poverty and health care. As a pre-medical student, I have sought to comprehend what it means to be a physician and how it requires a ...