In these books, published by LAPA / Penguin Publishers in September and November 2022, I share my experiences of the past seventeen years as a Narrative writing mentor to young people in marginalised communities in the Western Cape. Stories of how the young writers found their voice, together with their writing,  also feature in the books.

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Other Publications

  • Hulme, T & Marlene, 2002. African violets and letters on wind-paper, in Kotzé, E, Morkel, E & associates Matchboxes, Butterflies and Angry foots. Pretoria: Ethics Alive. 
  • Hulme, T, 2003. Transforming a school community: Facilitators living values. MTh thesis. UNISA. 
  • Hulme, T, 2010. Pastoral care and the challenge of poverty. When opening hearts and minds create possibilities in a marginalised school community. DTh thesis. UNISA 
  • Hulme, T, 2012. Rethinking pastoral power and poverty using feminist-poststructuralist analysis in practical theology, in HTS Theological Studies ( December 2012)  https://hts.org.za/index.php/HTS/article/view/1263 
  • Kotze, E, Hulme, T Geldenhuys, T & Weingarten, K, 2013. In the wake of violence: Enacting and witnessing hope among people. Family Process. Vol 52, Issue 3, pp 355-367. 
  • Gaddis, S, Kotze, E & Hulme, T, 2014. Peach trees grow in the spaces between people: Counselling practices in the territory of violence. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Family Therapy. Vol 35, Issue 3, Issue published online. 28 Oct 2014.
Presentations at conferences
 
  • Narrative ways of working with children. Co-presented with Linda van Duuren, SAAP Conference 2004.
  • It's in the language: working with personal metaphor in Narrative therapy. South African Association for Marital and Family Therapy (SAAMFT)  – 9th International Conference, May 2004. Durban. 
  • Foucault and ms Elizabeth Cupido: rethinking pastoral power, poverty and privilege, Joint Conference of Academic Societies in the fields of Religion and Theology, 22-26 June 2009, Faculty of Theology , University of Stellenbosch. 
  • Doing reparation in community: a cross-cultural journey of possibility, Beyond Reconciliation Conference, 2-6 December 2009, University of Cape Town. 
  • Attending to the Other: deconstructing the limits of cultural possibility with young people in a context of poverty in South Africa, 24 September 2010. International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture Conference, University of Oxford, UK.
  • When language makes a difference. Orphans and Vulnerable Children Conference, 1 Nov 2010. Johannesburg.
  • Narrative practices, song-writing and change in the lives of teenage girls suffering the effects of abuse and HIV/AIDS in Khayelitsha, South Africa, 7 March 2013. International Narrative Therapy and Community work Conference, Adelaide, Australia. 
  • Refining 'Strengths in Building a Respectful Culture at a Mining Organisation’, 10 July 2015. The World Appreciative Inquiry Conference 2015. Johannesburg. 
  • What are you bringing in?' Witnessing and weaving inspirational local stories in a coaching context at a South African mine. 9 July 2015. Presentation at the World Appreciative Inquiry Conference 2015, Johannesburg. 
  • Active Witnessing in Organisational Settings. Co-presented with Linda van Duuren,  August 2015. Narrative Conference, Somerset West.
  • Narrative as Community Practice: Mastering the work. Conversation with Linda van Duuren. Child Therapy Symposium, Somerset West,  13 August 2022.