Jaycee Chapman is currently pursuing a dual Masters of Library Science and Masters in African Studies. She completed her B.A. in Anthropology at Indiana University, where she had the opportunity to travel to Tanzania for an archaeological field school. In 2019 she served as Assistant Project Director to the Semliki Chimpanzee Project in Uganda. Her research interests center around information activism and the misrepresentation of African knowledge as a result of Eurocentric archival theory and cataloguing practices. She is currently a recipient of the Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship for Swahili.
Graduate Student, African Studies Program & Library Science