Niall recently contributed a chapter on the Ulwazi Programme in a book entitled, Knowledge Management for Development. See the publications details below. Links to this chapter, and to other resources that we have developed over the past few years, are available on our new and growing Resources page. McNulty, N. 2014. The Ulwazi Programme: A Case Study […]
There is now! Last week Grant graduated from the University of Cape Town with a Doctorate in Social Anthropology. A joyous occasion and the fruits of a few years’ labour. Here are some pictures of Grant and supervisor, Professor Carolyn Hamilton, in their graduation get-ups.
Last August, Grant submitted his doctoral thesis entitled, “Custodianship on the Periphery: Archives, Power and Identity Politics in Post-Apartheid Umbumbulu, KwaZulu-Natal”. He received the results in November 2013 but could not attend the December graduation so he will be graduating next month. Needless to say he is relieved that he is no longer chained to […]
With funding from the Goethe Institut, we were able to develop a practical resource for those wishing to set up digital memory projects. The Digital Memory Toolkit aims to address a lack of digital literacy in community memory projects by giving project teams the insight and tools necessary to develop these types of projects. Projects of […]