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 […]

Aboriginal scars from frontier wars

Hundreds of Aboriginal men who became native mounted police in colonial Australia carried a significant burden of responsibility for law and order for white settlers in […]

United stand to raise 1.5°C awareness

What do MPs and mayors, the heads of the Adelaide Festival, Fringe, and Emergency Services; dozens of students, and a bunch of scientists have in common? […]

Lord of the screen at Flinders

Veteran screen producer Tim Sanders arrives at Flinders University this week to share his experiences from 40 years in major filmmaking. “Show business is bigger and […]

Learning through listening to Indigenous voices

Understanding Indigenous insights to Country and culture demands a new means of learning through humility, patience and listening for non-Indigenous people. Flinders University anthropologist and Matthew […]