How Indigenous knowledge can be embedded into the curriculum
... and why it matters
What is needed is the abandonment of a system built on racial superiority
Liz Evans has taken her professional experience and love of novels into her Creative Writing PhD
Researchers are working with teachers, students, and book clubs to make the rich experiences of literature available to all.
Rediscovering the turbulent history of an iconic Australian family, the Wentworths.
PhD student and author Sam George-Allen wants to change minds with her writing.
After filling in significant family lines, Caroline Haigh decided to embark on additional study to help her uncover the stories of her ancestors’ lives.
Discovering the long-buried remnants of Tasmania’s convict history.
What does it mean for you if your ancestors had a tough start to life?
Antarctica is at a crossroads. This frozen continent at the bottom of our planet has the potential to either become one of the most fiercely contested zones in the world, or the most collaborative.
What does it mean to be an 'islander', on a small piece of land at the bottom of the world?
Book Review: Island Story: Tasmania in Object and Text.
How researchers are assisting Indigenous Australians in righting the wrongs of the past.
Convict sites around Tasmania have been revitalised, and historians are reimagining how Australians can revisit our colonial past.
Where we come from, and the relationships we build along the way, make us more than just who we are.
Open Day 2018 is just around the corner!