A Flinders University researcher is on a quest to dig out the history of Normanville, shedding new light on the heritage and significance of the coastal South Australian town.
Scotland and Sicily might appear to be poles apart in language, climate, religion and temperament, but a new book reveals significant parallels and resonances between the two.
Flinders University is leading the way in online video-based learning thanks to the high production quality of its new Massive Open Online Course (MOOC), “The Biz Playbook”.
Where do political cartoons originate from, and have they lost their power to succinctly reveal complex political messages where verbosity and other forms of propaganda fail?
The Federal Government’s Office for Learning and Teaching has recognised two individual academics and a group of teachers at Flinders with Citations under the Australian Awards for University Teaching.
Flinders Creative Arts graduates Bayley Broome-Peake and Emma McGavisk have made a film clip encouraging people to take the time to ask each other “R U OK?”
Ancient ceramic artefacts from the famous Inkan Empire are among a collection of pottery that will be analysed by a team of Flinders University archaeologists and collaborating researchers.
Leaning over a double espresso, Dario Russo’s easy-going demeanour dissipates somewhat as he gets down to the serious business of talking about the art of making entertaining TV.
As computer companies race to produce “smarter, faster and more powerful” PCs, the files created in the digital world – including online artworks – risk being left behind.