Dr Thérèse Hulme


  • 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,  Rethinking pastoral power and poverty using feminist-poststructuralist analysis in practical theology, in HTS Theological Studies ( December 2012)  Link:  http://www.hts.org.za/index.php/HTS/article/view/1263
  • Kotze, E, Hulme, T Geldenhuys, T & Weingarten,E2013.  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.
  •  piemp - online publication by the Taos Institute of a self-published volume of youth drama and poetry from the Scottsville community,  http://www.taosinstitute.net/piemp

Presentations at conferences

  • 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 ofStellenbosch.
  • 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.  International Society for Religion, Literature and Culture Conference, University of Oxford, 23rd – 26th September 2010.
  • When language makes a difference. Orphans and Vulnerable Children Conference, Sandton, 31 Oct – 3 Nov 2010.
  • Narrative practices, songwriting and change in the lives of teenage girls suffering the effects of abuse and HIV/AIDS in Khayelitsha, South Africa. International Narrative Therapy and Community work Conference, Adelaide, Australia. March 2013.  A summary of the Adelaide presentation on youtube can be viewed on: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4vYG_YhUDJA
  • Refining 'Strengths in Building a Respectful Culture at a Mining Organisation’, aco-presentation with ITD team, The World Appreciative Inquiry Conference 2015. Johannesburg.  6-10 July 2015.
  • What are you bringing in?' Witnessing and weaving inspirational local stories in a coaching context at a South African mine.  Presentation at the World Appreciative Inquiry Conference 2015, Johannesburg. 6-10 July 2015.
  • Active Witnessing in Organisational Settings. Co-presented with Linda van Duuren, Narrative Conference, Somerset West, 19-21 August 2015.