Flinders University Senior Lecturer Christopher Wilson has become the first Indigenous Australian to graduate with a PhD in archaeology. Dr Wilson, a Ngarrindjeri man, has developed […]
Three generations on, Indigenous leader Professor Tom Calma will pay tribute to the legacy of Aboriginal rights campaigners Charles and Phyllis Duguid.
Two special publications marking Flinders’ contribution to Indigenous affairs both in Australia and overseas are being launched as part of the University’s 50th Anniversary.
Flinders is celebrating NAIDOC Week with a number of special events, including nation-building workshops in the Flinders Ranges.
The amazing story of Bungaree, who helped Matthew Flinders to chart Australia, is part of National Reconciliation Week 2016 at Flinders University.
Pelicans and marine tile artwork will form part of a 14-year tradition of Indigenous students marking the start of their journey at Flinders University.
Jacinta Ruru, an expert in Maori Indigenous law, will present the Elliott Johnston Memorial Lecture 2015 in Adelaide this week.
An initiative to create a system of Aboriginal regional authorities across South Australia is is the focus of a one-day workshop attended by senior public servants at Flinders today.