2020 began with Australia ablaze, forests from Brazil to Siberia have been devastated, with billions of human and non-human lives destroyed. The global pandemic has changed […]
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 […]
The ‘Irishness’ of Irish settlers was commonly ‘buried’ during British colonisation of South Australia, with many Irish emigrants such as farm workers and domestic help treated […]
A new book Emigrants and Historians (Wakefield Press) will be launched today in honour of Flinders historian Emeritus Professor Eric Richards.
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.
A new and distinctive account of the Labor movement in South Australia sheds new light on the origins of the Labor Party in our state.
A Flinders University historian has revealed a vivid ‘new’ portrait of colonial Australia, written in German in the mid-19th century.
Australia’s Chief Scientist Professor Ian Chubb will officially launch a new collection of poems by respected South Australian educator Erica Jolly.
The circumstances that attend migration are myriad, but Flinders academics Associate Professor Diana Glenn and Dr Eric Bouvet, editors of a new book, say that all migrants, voluntary or otherwise, share a sense of dislocation that is far more than physical.