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MOSAKO, D.R.  2017.  New Public Sculptures Offer a Progressive Image of the Capital City.  Cool Capital: Guerrilla Design Magazine, Pretoria: Visual Books, pp. 69-70. 

TILEY-NEL, S. 2017. Mapungubwe Gold Collection on loan to British Museum, Tukkievaria 23(1): 38. 

TILEY-NEL, S L. and DE KAMPER, G. C. 2016. Southern African Ceramics: Museum Ceramic Collections of the University of Pretoria. Exhibition catalogue. Department of UP Arts, University of Pretoria: Pretoria.

DE KAMPER, G.C. and TILEY-NEL, S.L. 2016. The World of Ceramics: Eastern and Western Ceramic Collections of the University of Pretoria. Exhibition catalogue. Department of UP Arts, University of Pretoria: Pretoria.

DE KAMPER, G.C.  2015.  Mining Art: Ode to the Miner. Based on the sculptures of Miners by Tienie Pritchard, Chapter 6. Dream Africa Productions & Publishing: Limpopo.

TILEY-NEL, S. and ANTONITES, A. 2015. Lerapo Exhibition:  An educational guide to the worked bone and ivory assemblages from K2 and Mapungubwe AD 1020-AD 1290.  [March 2015], Exhibition brochure in association with the U.S. Embassy in Pretoria. Department of UP Arts, University of Pretoria: Pretoria.

MCGINN, I. 2015. Conservation at Higher Education: University of Pretoria Museums contributing to growing awareness for heritage preservation. Paper presented at IFLA (International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions) Preservation & Conservation Section. 2015. Pre-Congress Satellite Meeting, 12 August 2015.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2015. Re-Inventing the University of Pretoria Museums: Then and Now, paper presented at the South African Museums Association Gauteng North Regional Conference, Pretoria East, 17-18 March 2015.

TILEY-NEL, S. and ANTONITES, A. 2015. Archaeological worked bone and ivory: A Guide to best practice in preservation, research and curation. U.S. Ambassadors Fund for Cultural Preservation, University of Pretoria: Pretoria.

DE KAMPER, G.C. and DE KLERK, C. 2014. Pierneef in Print. Dream Africa Productions & Publishing: Limpopo.

MOSAKO, D. 2014. Connecting museum related objects to the public, paper presented at the 78th Annual South African Museums Association (SAMA) National Conference, East London, 18 September 2014.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2014. Pointing preservation in the right direction: Preserving K2 and Mapungubwe bone tool and ivory assemblages. Newsletter of the South African Archaeological Society, The Digging Stick 31(1): 15-17.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2014, Inside the Mapungubwe Archives, public lecture for the South African Archaeological Society (Trans-Vaal Branch), University of Pretoria, Sci-Enza Centre, 14 August 2014.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2014, The Archive Connection: Mapungubwe Archaeology and General Jan Smuts, public lecture for the Friends of the Smuts Foundation, Smuts House, Irene, 23 April 2014.

MOSAKO, D, 2013. Modern museums: Limitations and challenges of ICTs in heritage museums in the Gauteng Province of South Africa, paper presented at the 77th Annual South African Museums Association (SAMA) Conference, Kimberley, 24 October 2013. 

TILEY-NEL, S. and Botha, A. 2013. Conservation of the Mapungubwe gold collection, South Africa. Journal of the Institute of Conservation 36(1): 65-80.

BARRIER, I. 2012. Antique Porcelains & Fine Tea Wares, Ceramic Collections of the University of Pretoria Museums, High [email protected], Spring Exhibition Catalogue [May 2012-November 2012]. Department of UP Arts: Pretoria.

DE KAMPER, G.C. 2012. Sculptured: The Complete Works of Fanie Eloff. University of Pretoria: Pretoria.

DE KAMPER, G.C. and DE KLERK, C. 2012. Villa in Bronze. Edoardo Villa Trust & University of Pretoria: Pretoria.

TILEY-NEL, S. and HEYDENRYCH, C. 2012. Mapungubwe Ceramics. National Ceramics Magazine (99): 21-23.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2012. The University of Pretoria Museums delve deeper into ceramic collections from storage, (ICOM) International Committee for University Museums and Collections (UMAC) Newsletter, September 2012: 9-10.

TILEY-NEL, 2012. S. Back to basics: Research by the University of Pretoria Museums, (ICOM) International Committee for University Museums and Collections (UMAC) Newsletter, September 2012: 8-9.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2012. A historical sketch of Peter Ulrich Rissik and his contributions to Mapungubwe, African Society Yearbook 29: 67-72.

UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA MUSEUMS. 2011. Christo Coetzee, 1929 – 2000, Winter Exhibition Catalogue [March 2011-July 2011], Department of UP Arts, University of Pretoria: Pretoria.

MOSAKO, D. 2011. Transforming information service for the future, conference paper presented at the 13th Annual Library and Information Association of South Africa (LIASA) Conference, East London, 4 October 2011.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2011. A giant leap forward in thinking for the University of Pretoria Museums in South Africa, (ICOM) International Committee for University Museums and Collections (UMAC) Newsletter, February 2011: 23.

TILEY-NEL, S. (ed.). 2011. Mapungubwe Remembered. The legacy of the University of Pretoria and Mapungubwe. Johannesburg: Chris Van Rensburg Publishing PTY (Ltd).

TILEY-NEL, S.  2011. Sermons in Stones, Poetry in Potsherds: The history of the Mapungubwe collection at the University of Pretoria. In, Tiley-Nel, S. (ed.) Mapungubwe Remembered.  Johannesburg: Chris Van Rensburg Publishing PTY (Ltd): 173-192.

BARRIER, I. 2012. Rites of passage in the Rhinos shadow: the rock art of the Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape, In, Tiley-Nel, S. (ed.). Mapungubwe Remembered.  Johannesburg: Chris Van Rensburg Publishing Pty (Ltd): 138-149.

UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA MUSEUMS.2010.  101 Ceramics from the Collections of the University of Pretoria, Exhibition catalogue [July 2010-November 2010] Department of UP Arts, University of Pretoria: Pretoria.

UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA MUSEUMS. 2010. Anton van Wouw, 1862 – 1945 Retrospective, Spring Exhibition Catalogue [September 2010-November 2010], Department of UP Arts, University of Pretoria: Pretoria.

UNIVERSITY OF PRETORIA MUSEUMS.2010. Bettie Celliers-Barnard, 1914-2010, Wings within Timeless Space, Exhibition catalogue [April 2010-May 2010), Department of UP Arts, University of Pretoria: Pretoria.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2010. Managing Mapungubwe’s archaeological heritage: A museum perspective, public lecture for the Royal Society of South Africa, Pretoria, 14 April 2010.

TILEY‐NEL, S. 2010. Die Goldschätze von Mapungubwe eine Ausstellung wird zum Museum an der Universität von Pretoria. Afrika‐Kurier Magazin, Rudett Media CC: Pretoria.

BARRIER, I. 2009. University of Pretoria Museum establishes new conservation facility: setting an example for South African Objects Conservation. ICOM (International Council of Museums) International Committee for University Museums and Collections (UMAC) Newsletter, March 2009: 19.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2009. Gold Treasures of Mapungubwe Exhibition: A companion guide to the Mapungubwe Museum gold collection, [November 2009], Department of UP Arts, University of Pretoria: Pretoria.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2009, Gold scatterlings from southern Africa: a history of the Mapungubwe gold conservation project, public lecture Origins Centre, Johannesburg, 5 November 2009.

WOODBORNE, S., PIENAAR, M. and TILEY-NEL, S. 2009. Dating the Mapungubwe Hill Gold. Journal of African Archaeology 7(1): 99-105.

DE KAMPER, G. and MARAIS, R. 2008. Beeldvorming in geleentheidsgedigte op gedenkkeramiek oor die Nederlandse koningshuis, LitNet Akademies 5(1): 1-29.

TILEY, S. 2008. The University of Pretoria Mapungubwe Committee celebrates a milestone, Tukkievaria 25(2): 12. 

TILEY, S. 2008. University of Pretoria Mapungubwe Museum celebrates 75 years of archaeological research and commemorates 100 years, (ICOM) International Committee for University Museums and Collections (UMAC) Newsletter, June 2008: 10.

DE KAMPER, G.C. 2007. The Edoardo Villa Museum. In, Duffey, A. et al. Art and Heritage Collections of the University of Pretoria. Pretoria: 51-61.

DE KAMPER, G.C. 2007. The University of Pretoria Art Collection. In, Duffey, A. et al. Art and Heritage Collections of the University of Pretoria. Pretoria: 74-85.

DE KAMPER, G.C. 2007. The Van Gybland-Oosterhoff Collection. In, Duffey, A. et al. Art and Heritage Collections of the University of Pretoria. Pretoria: 86-111.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2007. The Mapungubwe Museum. In, Duffey, A. et al. Art and Heritage Collections of the University of Pretoria. Pretoria: 26-50.

TILEY-NEL, S. 2007. Ancient Artefacts, Adornment and Archaeology. Academy of Science in South Africa. Quest Science, 3(4): 26-30.

TILEY, S. 2006. Return of Ruin? The issue of restitution: Museums, Archaeologists and Communities. Paper presented at the Southern African Professional Association of Archaeologists (ASAPA) Bi-Annual Conference, Pretoria, 10-13 April 2006.

TILEY, S and PRICE, B. 2006. Mapungubwe Re-mined Ancient Gold: Ancient Jewellery. South African Jewellery News, November 2006.

TILEY, S. 2006. Mapungubwe Cultural Landscape. In, Hauf, T. & Du Preez. M. (eds.) World Heritage Sites of South Africa. Green Vision Foundation: Cape Town: 132-149.

PRINSLOO, L.C., WOOD, N., LOUBSER, M., VERRYN, S.M.C. and TILEY, S. 2005. Re-dating of Chinese celadon shards excavated from on Mapungubwe Hill, a thirteenth century Iron Age site in South Africa, using Raman spectroscopy, XRF and XRD. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy 36(8): 806-816.

TILEY, S. 2005. Mapungubwe: South Africa’s Crown Jewels. Jonathan Ball Publishers: Cape Town.

TILEY, S. 2004. Public lecture to the Brenthurst Library, 18 August 2004: Johannesburg.

TILEY, S. 2004. Mapungubwe: South Africa’s Crown Jewels. Jonathan Ball Publishers: Cape Town.

TILEY, S. 2002. The Mapungubwe Museum: Cultivating the Future. Museum Education and New Museology. Committee for Education and Cultural Action of the International Council of Museums (ICOM-CECA) 17: 22-25.         

TILEY, S. 2002. The Mapungubwe Collection. De Arte. Journal of the Department of Art History, Visual Arts and Musicology: Pretoria. University of South Africa: 65-68.

TILEY, S. and BURGER, L. 2002. Cowries in the archaeological and maritime record. The Strandloper. Bulletin of the Conchological Society of Southern Africa 267: 5-7.

TILEY S. 2001. Shells from Mapungubwe. The Strandloper. Bulletin of the Conchological Society of Southern Africa 265: 10-12.

TILEY, S. 2000. Mapungubwe. Paper presented at the South African Museums Association Gauteng North Regional Conference, Modderfontein, 5 October 2005.

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