Despite the various community benefits, free wi-fi has been slow to take-off in Australia compared to the rest of the world. Why? And should we be more careful in giving our details away for free wi-fi?
Sunday 2nd September marked the 352nd anniversary of the Great Fire of London. Hansen Lecturer in History Dr Una McIlvenna spoke with ABC’s 'Nightlife' program about the impact of the disaster on a city...
University of Melbourne research looks into the history of Australia's friendly societies; which provided all sorts of support to Australians before welfare.
A new book by Dr Caroline Tully.
The Anzac Gallipoli Archaeological Database (AGAD) is a unique digital archive of the results of five seasons of archaeological survey of the World War 1 battlefield at Anzac on the Gallipoli peninsular, Turkey by the Joint Historical-Archaeological Survey, or JHAS project.
Professor Cordelia Fine has won the 2018 Edinburgh Medal, awarded to a person judged to have made a significant contribution to the understanding and well being of humanity.
A new book by History PhD candidate Michael Francis traces the history of Newman College
Warmest congratulations to Professor Janet McCalman and Professor Marilyn Lake on their awards in the 2018 honours list!