New archaeological research has highlighted major blind spots in Australia’s environmental management policies which are placing submerged Indigenous heritage at risk. The Deep History of Sea […]
The discovery of a rare bone artefact near the Lower Murray River casts more light on the rich archaeological record on Ngarrindjeri country in southern Australia. […]
Australian archaeologists have discovered some of the most detailed examples of rare, small-scale rock art in the form of miniature stencils in a rockshelter traditionally owned […]
A story linking the ancient and modern story of Woomera and the Nullabor Plain has won a national award for Flinders space and Indigenous archaeology expert […]
For almost a century, the people of the Kutjungka region of WA have passed on the testimony of massacres of their ancestors at Sturt Creek. Now […]
Flinders will play a key role in a new $45.7 million Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Australian Biodiversity and Heritage. An international research team […]
Archaeologists often know where to start digging, but Associate Professor Heather Burke’s research project is in a league of its own. Armed with a three-year $765,727 […]
Human settlement in Australia’s arid interior has been reset to about 50,000 years ago – almost 10,000 years earlier than previously reported.
Research that promises to transform mobile phone communications and to reveal Australia’s ancient ochre trade sees two Flinders scientists in the finals of the 2012 SA Young Tall Poppy Awards.