A book can be the best solution to finding that ‘just right’ Christmas present. As South Australia celebrates the 125 years since women won the right […]
Aspects of Australia’s history texts have been shaped by what the colonial writers didn’t see – especially when it came to their first contact with Indigenous […]
Flinders University – named in honour of Matthew Flinders – congratulates researchers for finally locating the remains of the intrepid navigator. Vice-Chancellor Colin Stirling says the […]
A tenacious black and white cat, born aboard a sailing ship with a young midshipman called Matthew Flinders, is the subject of a revised version of […]
When Austen died on 18 July 1817, her death caused only a very small ripple in literary circles, but 200 years after her death Austen’s works […]
The University of Love swoons into Adelaide this week to give ‘happily ever after’ insights into the $1 billion global market for romance novels.
Many of Victor Harbor Primary School’s Year 5, 6 and 7 students had their first, but probably not their last, look at a university campus this week.
Although poles apart geographically and politically, Adelaide’s radical philosopher Brian Medlin and English novelist Iris Murdoch enjoyed a long and lively correspondence.
Before setting out to Australia for a second time in 1801, Matthew Flinders boasted to Sir Joseph Banks that he would map its coastline so thoroughly that no-one would need to do it again.