Interlibrary Loan (Things We Don't Own)
Interlibrary Loan is used to get materials (books and journal articles) not owned by the UM Libraries. This service is offered to all UM College Park faculty, staff, and students.
Article Request (Books and Journals Already in Library)
The Article Request service allows you to access chapters or sections of books that we have in our catalog or request them directly from Interlibrary Loan (ILL).
Interlibrary Loan Services delivers digital copies of journal articles and book chapters to you within 1-4 business days of your request.
This service is free of charge and available to UMD students, faculty, and staff.
That's all there is to it! You will be notified via email when the article is available.
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A History of Black Feminism in the United States
A history of Black Feminism in the U.S. compiled by The Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Black American Feminism: A Multidisciplinary Bibliography
Compiled by Sherri Barnes, librarian at UC Santa Barbara, this site includes citations from the 19th century to the present on Black American Feminism in a wide array of disciplines. Citations are from professional, scholarly, popular, mainstream and alternative magazines, journals, newspapers, and books.
Beginning List for Black Feminist/Womanist Works
List of materials that include a womanist/black feminist standpoint. Compiled by Joya Misra.
Black Feminist Theory; Black Women and Sexualized Images (2 Subjects)
A WMST-L query in January 2008 asked for literature on two subjects: Black feminist theory and Black women and sexualized images. This file contains the responses.