The complexity of ancient Indigenous rock art can mean that physical location alone does not determine whether meaning for a rock art image is “hidden” or […]
After 20 years of successfully bringing city students to outback Northern Territory, the longest-running archaeological field school in Australia can reflect on developing significant links for […]
Destruction of important heritage sites in mining areas of Australia could happen again, Flinders University experts warn. They say ‘routine destruction’ of Aboriginal and Torres Strait […]
While struggling with social isolation, family separation and supply shortages, the COVID-19 pandemic presents new opportunities to improve conditions or ‘close the gap’ for Aboriginal Australians, […]
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 […]
It was a 60-pound baby with a six year gestation, but the Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology, edited by Flinders University’s Professor Claire Smith, is safely on the shelf.
Staff and students from Flinders University’s Archaeology Department have been busy packing and sending books to disadvantaged countries this week as part of the Global Libraries Program.
Archaeology departments, museums and cultural institutions around the world will be getting their invitations to the Seventh World Archaeology Congress (WAC-7) thanks to a group of Flinders students.