Thinking aloud through the archives that sound

Below are the details of a recent workshop held by the Archive and Public Culture Research Initiative, where I am currently completing my doctoral studies. Grant By Niklas Zimmer From August 22 to 24 this year, the Archive and Public Culture Research Initiative (APC) hosted a workshop, led by research fellow Dr Anette Hoffmann, under […]

IAMCR 2012

Niall McNulty will be presenting a paper at the forthcoming International Association of Media and Communication Research (IAMCR) Conference 2012, in the Digital Divide session. Niall’s paper looks at local content created by and for local users in the local vernacular, using the Ulwazi Programme as a case study. The full conference programme is available here. IAMCR is the […]

Museums and social change: the case for and against digitising – ICOM-SA Workshop

ICOM-SA is holding a half-day workshop on ‘Museums and social change: the case for and against digitising’ on 13 July 2012. It will take place at the auditorium of the KwaZulu-Natal Museum, 237 Jabu Ndlovu Street, Pietermaritzburg, from 09H00 to 11H00. The final programme with background information is available HERE (click to download). The workshop will […]