You will need to be logged in to the UML Library to access some of the material in this guide. If you are logged in to your UML email you are logged in to the library. You may get an additional authentication phone call from Duo. This is routine.
If prompted, enter your UML email credentials. If you still have trouble, clear the cache on your device. Email not working? Troubleshoot from here.
Read pp. 68-81 in Gender: Ideas, Interactions, Institutions by Wade and Ferree. Can be found in the E-Reserve Reading tab of this course guide.
This title is in the Internet Archive. Create an account, log in and read online. Be sure to click the "Return Now" button when through, even if you plan to return to the book.
When you click the link for the Victor article above, you may see a landing page like this:
Just click the "Continue" button to go to the article. If prompted, enter your UML email and password.
Read Chapter 4, "Black Lives Matter: Structural Racism, Sexism and Care Work in the United States". Can be found in the E-Reserve Reading tab in this course guide.
To read books in the Internet Archive, create an account. If the book is being used in one of your courses, read it online so that it will be available to others in the class.
When you have finished your Internet Archive reading session, be absolutely sure to click the "Return Now" button, even if you plan to return to the book and read it again.
In many cases account holders have the option to borrow a title for 14 days, (even though the landing page shows the message "This book may be borrowed for 1 hour"). When you log in to the Internet Archive you will see that message change, offering a dropdown with the option to borrow for 14 days. If this option is available, it also allows you to download the book. To do this you will need Adobe Digital Editions on your device. The download will be temporary, but should allow you enough time to read the chapters you need. In either case remember: click the "Return now" button!