About the Repository
The University of Richmond's Scholarship Repository brings together and provides open access to the intellectual content of its faculty, students and many centers and programs. The repository includes a broad spectrum of materials and formats, including written scholarship by faculty and students.
UR Scholarship Repository is an open-access compliant institutional repository, with content freely accessible to the world and searchable via Google Scholar and other search engines.
All current and emeritus faculty and staff can deposit their work in this repository into their communities (their home departments) by contacting their respective library. Published and unpublished works of current and emeritus faculty and staff may be uploaded into the repository. Images, video and audio may be uploaded as well.
All works in UR Scholarship Repository are publicly available; the only items that may not be available are those under temporary embargo by the publisher or the author.
Material in copyright is only posted with the approval of the copyright owner or subject to the doctrine of fair use. It is our belief that all material posted on this site meets these criteria or is out of copyright, but please contact Crista LaPrade, Digital Asset Management & Preservation Administrator, if you believe an item or items do not meet these criteria and should be taken down.
UR Scholarship Repository is organized and made accessible by the University Libraries and William Taylor Muse Law Library.
Any questions should be directed to Crista LaPrade, Digital Asset Management & Preservation Administrator, University Libraries at or Molly Lentz-Meyer, William Taylor Muse Law Library at .