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Oral history workshop for UKZN students

Niall McNulty recently ran an oral history workshop for Cultural and Heritage Tourism students at the University of KwaZulu-Natal. The workshop forms part of a larger digital, cultural memory project, focused on the area of Inanda, north of Durban. The project aims to collect and disseminate oral histories and intangible heritage and link this to […]

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Phd and Masters Scholarships available

The Centre for Critical Research on Race Identity has a number of scholarships available for Phd and Masters students, for their project Education and Emancipation: a critical, intervention-oriented investigation of obstacles and opportunities within the higher-education-and-training sector in South Africa. More on the project here … More on the scholarships here …

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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 […]

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Niall McNulty with the Qwasha! team

Qwasha! Digital Community Archive

The Qwasha! Portal for community digital content is an online public archive of counter narratives, community media productions, interviews, stories and activities. This initiative is addressing the need to increase the use of Information Communication Technologies and related social media platforms to facilitate and amplify citizen voices and grassroots exchange, dialogue, and collaboration at local, […]

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