Ana Ndumu

Ana Ndumu

Assistant Professor
Hornbake South 4121-H

Assistant Professor Ana Ndumu focuses on the cross between social identity and information behavior, particularly the ways in which accessible and adequate information strengthens marginalized communities. Dr. Ndumu explores the intersection of libraries, demography, and social inclusion. Her recent works examine the information worlds of African, Afro-Caribbean, and Afro-Latinx immigrants living in the U.S. She also researches the contributions of historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) to library and information science (LIS) education.  


  • Immigrant information Justice
  • Africology, Afrocentricity, and Pan-Africanism in LIS
  • Information Ethics and Social Inclusion


  • Information Behavior
  • Information Systems and Resources for Immigrants
  • Information Experiences of Marginalized Communities
  • Information Studies around Justice and Human Rights
  • Library Science Education at HBCUs


PhD, Information, Florida State University School of Information 

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