Matthew Flinders: The Man Behind The Map, a new collection of historical insights into Flinders University’s namesake, will be launched as part of South Australia’s History […]
As 80th anniversary commemorations for the Darwin bombings take place in February 2022, a wartime journal written by a Japanese prisoner in South Australia’s most notorious […]
An increase in contemporary and innovative topics is at the heart of plans to reposition Flinders University’s Drama offerings and confirm its Bachelor of Creative Arts […]
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 […]
Two famous stories in South Australian aviation history are taking off this year, assisted by Flinders University academics. The centenary of Sir Ross and Keith Smith’s […]
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 […]
Foreigners who were interned when Australia went to war led remarkable lives, with many of their stories relatively untold. Prolific author Flinders University historian Professor Peter […]
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.
A gripping tale about the controversial Cold War communist, anthropologist Fred Rose, has put The Red Professor in the shortlist for a 2016 Prime Minister’s Literary Award.