To find books in Simpson Library, use Quest.
Each book in the catalog is tagged with subject terms that describe what the book is about. To search these subject terms, select “Subject” from the drop-down menu. Here are a few relevant subject terms to get you started:
If you'd rather browse the shelves, the best place to start is on the third floor of Simpson Library. Books on African American topics are shelved at call numbers E 185.2 through E 185.98.
These books may be checked out. To check out a book in Simpson Library, take it to the Circulation Desk on the first floor, and use your EagleOne card. If you are not affiliated with UMW, you can check out books if you apply for a Guest Patron card.
These books are part of UMW Libraries's ebook collection. To read a book, just click on it. You may be asked to log in with your UMW username and password.
These books present James Farmer's story to a younger audience. Readers of all ages might find these books useful for the photographs they contain.
Reference books provide short overviews of various topics. At the ends of the articles, you'll often find recommendations for further reading. They may not be checked out, but you can make scans or photocopies of articles you find in reference books.
Reference books are located on the first floor of Simpson Library, to the left of the Reference desk.