Article published in SubText Winter 2012

Niall McNulty published an article in the latest issue of SubText, the Centre for Communication, Media and Society’s quarterly magazine. The article, ‘ Trailing tales and the tellers’, was on the KZN Literary Tourism project, which Niall has been involved with for the past 7 years. Click here to read the article …

North Coast Writers Trail Launched

The North Coast Writers Trail – developed with UKZN’s KZN Literary Tourism project and funded by the National Arts Council and the Ilembe Municipality – has been recently launched. The trail features writers such as Benedict Wallet Vilakazi, Dianne Stewart, Chief Albert John Luthuli and Mafika Pascal Gwala, while stops include Ballito, Morewood, Groutville and […]

Literary Tourism as a Digital Humanities project

For the second year running I’ve taught in the Literary Tourism in KZN course at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. My focus is on the digital resources the project has developed over the past ten years. These include a number of online, literary documentaries, audio interviews, a database of over 100 KwaZulu-Natal writers and a interactive, […]

Developing e-resources for research: the case of the KZN Literary Tourism project

Late last year we took part in the e-Learning Festival at the Durban University of Technology, presenting a session on our work with the KZN Literary Tourism project. The KZN Literary Tourism research project is now in its ninth year of operation. Literary Tourism is tourism that deals with places and events from fictional texts […]