New papers written and co-written by Griffith researcher Professor Paul Taçon highlight emerging challenges to conservation efforts.
The Honourable Dame Quentin Bryce AD CVO officially opens Australia’s most comprehensive exhibition of art pottery
A record crowd attended the opening of With Heart and Hand: Art Pottery in Queensland 1900–1950 at Griffith University Art Museum, South Bank. Featuring over 170 objects, the exhibition is based around the work of pioneering artist Lewis Jarvis (L.J.) Harvey, his students, and the distinctive style that became a hallmark of what is known […]
Award-winning journalist Peter Greste launched the Griffith Centre for Social and Cultural Research at South Bank on October 17.
Australian Research Centre for Human Evolution
Griffith University researchers have found evidence that shows Aboriginal people were the first to inhabit Australia, challenging previous views on the migration of the First Peoples.
It started 25 years ago as a single building among bushland on the edge of town. But today Griffith University has a thriving Gold Coast campus in possibly the most exciting university precinct in the world.
The School of Humanities is strengthening ties internationally, with Griffith Historian and Political Theorist Associate Professor Bruce Buchan, recently being appointed to two distinguished visiting positions in Europe. The University of Copenhagen and the National Museum at Greenwich in the United Kingdom recently selected Associate Professor Buchan for highly competitive visiting positions. He has been […]