McNulty, G. 2013. Tradition, Custom and Political Power in eThekwini, KZN. Available HERE.
McNulty, G. 2013.Chiefs, Tradition and Record-Making in the Last 150 Years. Available HERE.
Greyling, E. and McNulty, N. 2011. The number in my pocket: the power of mobile technology for the exchange of indigenous knowledge. Knowledge Management for Development Journal. 7 (3): 256 – 273. Available HERE. See a summary in poster form HERE.
McNulty, G. 2012. Archival Aspirations and Anxieties: Contemporary Preservation and Production of the Past in Umbumbulu, KwaZulu-Natal. South African Historical Journal. 65 (1): 44 – 69. Available HERE.
McNulty, G. and McNulty, N. Eds. 2015. Digital Memory Toolkit. Available HERE (PDF).
McNulty, N. 2014. The Ulwazi Programme: A Case Study in Community-Focused Indigenous Knowledge Management. In Knowledge Management for Development K. Osei-Bryson, G. Mansingh and L. Rao, Eds. New York: Springer. 215 – 232. Available HERE.
Conference Papers and Published Proceedings
McNulty, G. 2013. New Technologies and Museums in South Africa: Challenges and Opportunities. In M. Gertenbach (ed), Museums in a Changing World, South Africa Museums Association Bulletin, 36, 60 – 64. Available HERE.
Greyling, E. and McNulty, N. 2012. How to build an Indigenous Digital Library through Community Participation: the case of the Ulwazi ProgrammeInformation for Sustainable Development in a Digital Environment, SCECSAL. Available HERE.
KZN Literary Trails
- South Coast Writers Trail
- North Coast Writers Trail
- Midlands Writers Trail
- Grey Street Writers Trail
- Cato Manor Writers Trail
- ‘Memories of Inanda‘ Oral History Interview Series