The opening of Adelaide’s second national park in the metropolitan area, Glenthorne, is a coup for South Australians – along with SA’s history. Flinders University archaeologists […]
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 […]
A long held fascination with the Japanese Red Cross has led to an unparalleled research opportunity for a leading Australian scholar to bring a western perspective […]
Some of the heart-rending stories and historic mementos from the trenches of France during the First World War will be in the spotlight as part of […]
In 2017, Bedford Park is strongly associated with Flinders University, Flinders Medical Centre and Flinders Private Hospital. But what came before? To celebrate 100 years of […]
Research into the legacy of German zoologist William Blandowski, who landed in Adelaide in 1849, is heading back to Europe under a German Academic Exchange Service project.
Yianni Cartledge’s essay tracing the Greek migrants from the island of Ikaria who came to South Australia has won him the Wakefield Companion to SA History Undergraduate Essay Prize.
The reasons why Aussies volunteer, and the benefits they bring to society, are well known.
Melanie Oppenheimer is the new Professor of History in the School of International Studies at Flinders University.