Currow and Carati take to the track

They could be described as an odd couple but Professor David Currow and Professor Colin Carati have teamed up to take part in the Supaloc Classic Targa Adelaide.

Ruby sets off a sparkling career

Brecht expert, pianist and long-time teacher of drama at Flinders, emeritus Professor Michael Morley has been honoured with the Premier’s Award for Lifetime Achievement at the 2011 State awards for the performing arts, the Ruby Awards.

Asia’s new order still forming

The inexorable rise of China will be severely curtailed by its own “Achilles heels” and the parallel rise of India, according to a leading US specialist in international security affairs who spoke at Flinders this week.

Irreconcilable tension in Australia’s constitutional democracy

Australia’s constitution exacerbates political conflict rather than being a source of solutions and stability, according to a leading American academic who will join Flinders University as the Fulbright Distinguished Chair in American Political Science in January 2012.

Flinders salutes a legal pioneer

Flinders University has been saddened by the news of the death on August 25 of Elliott Johnston QC, one of Adelaide’s most distinguished and distinctive legal figures, who played a key role in the development of the Flinders Law School.