Welcome to Flinders Institute for Research in the Humanities
The Institute unites humanities and creative arts-based researchers engaged in creative and reflective investigations of culture and thought. The Institute fosters individual, collaborative and cross-disciplinary projects across a wide range of fields in the Humanities and Creative Arts, in particular through the Institute’s yearly research theme and individual fellowships for selected Institute members. The Institute has a particular commitment to supporting Research Higher Degree students and Early Career Researchers in the Humanities and Creative Arts.
Associate Professor Craig Taylor
Director, Flinders Institute for Research in the Humanities (FIRtH)
Poets in th Studio
poetry reading and book launch Friday 20 October 2017
Join Adelaide-based poets Steve Brock, Alison Flett, Bronwyn Lovell and Molly Murn, and visiting poet Jaydeep Sarangi (India), for an afternoon of readings.
Jaydeep will read from his latest volume of poems, Faithfully, I Wait: Poems on rain, thunder and lightning at Jhargram and beyond (Cyberwit, 2017), which the Flinders Institute for Research in the Humanities (FIRtH) is pleased to launch.
This event is hosted in The Studio to coincide with The Collections Project: Fran Callen, an exhibition developed between Guildhouse and Flinders University Art Museum that provides artists with the opportunity to engage with the Museum’s collections and staff to create new work.
Drinks and nibbles provided.
To RSVP or for more details: email@example.com
4:00pm Book launch
The Studio, Ground Floor, Professional Services Building, Located behind Grind and Press Café , Flinders University, Bedford Park
Click here for more inforamtion about the poets.
The New Yorker Unearths our very own Alice Gorman
Congratulations to Dr Alice Gorman (a.k.a. Dr Space Junk) for being featured in the New Yorker as a “Person of Interest”.
The article entitled, “Dr. Space Junk Unearths the Cultural Landscape of the Cosmos”, written by Ceridwen Dovey, September 1, 2017, can be found here: https://www.newyorker.com/culture/persons-of-interest/dr-space-junk-unearths-the-cultural-landscape-of-the-cosmos
(Illustration by Chloe Scheffe Photographs by GraphicaArtis)
We are pleased to annouce that Dr Alice Gorman will be acting as Deputy Director of FIRtH.