Pandemic ‘watershed’ in remote Australia

While struggling with social isolation, family separation and supply shortages, the COVID-19 pandemic presents new opportunities to improve conditions or ‘close the gap’ for Aboriginal Australians, […]

Chinese to rise as a global language

With the continuing rise of China as a global economic and trading power, there is no barrier to prevent Chinese from becoming a global language like […]

Multi-faceted studies drive PhD wins

Working on an ARC project to better understand young male (ex)prisoners laid the foundation for Dr Simone Deegan’s PhD to follow, a journey that saw her […]

Clues to pandemic rebounds from the past

As the COVID-19 pandemic redefines what we think of as ‘normal’, archaeology and ancient history can provide some consolation about the great adaptability of our species. […]

Earth Day shows a fragile planet

The fragile nature of our planet has never been so pronounced – which makes the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, on April 22, such a significant […]

Support for film stars of the future

A new film fellowship to support the careers of future South Australian talent has been launched by Flinders University and independent filmmaker Peter Hanlon. The initial […]