First Matthew Flinders memorial lecture.

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Flinders, Matthew, -- 1774-
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The statue was to be as much an introduction as it was a commemoration. In the inaugural Matthew Flinders Memorial Statue Scholarship recipient was Lauren Bryant who was at the time studying a Bachelor of Archaeology and has now continued at Flinders as a post-graduate student.

Lauren travelled to the University of Leicester and stayed at the on-campus accommodation, she made a great support network of friends of both local and.

She is the co-editor of Matthew Flinders’ Private Journal () and has published several articles on Flinders.

Inshe was invited to give the Royal Society Matthew Flinders Memorial Lecture at the Royal Society of Victoria in Melbourne, and in September she gave a lecture on Flinders and Sir Joseph Banks at the Royal Maritime.

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Flinders (born ) is a British academic and political July until April he was Chair of the Executive Committee of Trustees of the Political Studies Association. Flinders did his undergraduate degree at Loughborough University before completing his PhD in public policy and governance at the University of Sheffield.

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by J. Walker and E. Knobel (PDF. Explorer and navigator, Captain Matthew Flinders RN, charted the coastline of Australia and gave the continent its current name.

His story is brilliantly conveyed by sculptor Mark Richards in one of the most original figure sculptures in London. Key wor.Terra Australis: Matthew Flinders' great adventures in the circumnavigation of Australia / edited and introduced by Tim Flannery Text Publishing Melbourne Wikipedia Citation Please see Wikipedia's template documentation for further citation fields that may be required.

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The Life of Captain Matthew Flinders, R.N. " Flinders, Matthew," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols. Works by this author published before January 1, are in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least years ago.

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Captain Matthew Flinders RN (16 March – 19 July ) was an English navigator and cartographer, who was the leader of the first circumnavigation of Australia and identified it as a continent. Flinders made three voyages to the southern ocean between and In the second voyage, George Bass and Flinders confirmed that Van Diemen's Land (now.

He has delivered many lectures, including the Henry Sidgwick Memorial Lecture (), the first Erasmus Darwin Memorial Lecture (), the Michael Faraday Lecture (), the T.

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Huxley Memorial Lecture (), the Irvine Memorial Lecture (), the Sheldon Doyle Lecture (), the Tinbergen Lecture (), and the Tanner Lectures (). Captain Matthew Flinders RN (16 March - 19 July ) was an English navigator and cartographer, who was the leader of the first circumnavigation of Australia and identified it as a continent.

Flinders made three voyages to the southern ocean between and In the second voyage, George Bass and Flinders confirmed that Van Diemen's Land (now Died: 19 July (aged 40), London, England. Matthew Flinders is on Facebook.

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Flinders starts his expedition on the Investegator The life of Matthew Flinders. The Baudin expedition of to was a French expedition to map the coast of New Holland (now Australia). Nicolas Baudin was selected as leader in October The expedition started with two ships, Géographe, captained by Baudin, and Naturaliste captained by Jacques Hamelin, and was accompanied by nine zoologists and botanists, including Jean-Baptiste Leschenault.

An excellent biography of Matthew Flinders, wrapped around a concise but thorough history of Dutch and French exploration in Australia up until Flinderss lifetime. As a Great Race entirely lacking in interest, as its the story of two men, each unaware of the other, trying to do much the same thing, with no particular sense of hurry/5.

Finally, in June with the British fleet blockading the island Flinders was exchanged. Flinders returned to England on 23rd October and was received with honours and promotion to post-captain.

He completed the text of 'A Voyage to Terra Australis' but died before the first copy of the book arrived on 18th July In his popular book. Portrait of Matthew Flinders, aged Frontispiece: Flinders' Birthplace, Donington, Lincolnshire: xviii Facsimile of Letter to Sir Joseph Banks, 48 Tablet or Memorial erected by Sir John Franklin at Port Lincoln, S.

A: 64 Memorial on Mount Lofty, South Australia: 81 Map of Flinders' Voyages in Bass Strait: Bass's Eye-sketch of. Educated at Loughborough University and the University of Sheffield Matthew Flinders was appointed to a Lectureship in (Senior LecturerReaderProfessor ).

He was Sub-Dean for Graduate Affairs during and Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Social Sciences. (–). The English navigator who charted much of the Australian coast in the late 18th and early 19th centuries was Matthew Flinders.

He was born at Donington, England, on Maand entered the Royal Navy in at the age of The status of the Jews in Egypt. [W M Flinders Petrie] The status of the Jews in Egypt, being the fifth "Arthur Davis Memorial Lecture" delivered before the Jewish Historical Society at University College on Sunday, Aplyar 2, Matthew Flinders Medal and Lecture—Professor Barry Ninham The award is one of Australia’s most prestigious honours for work in the physical sciences.

In his lecture, Professor Ninham discussed how the classical theories of physical chemistry that underpin our intuition about the deepest levels of biology, while initially useful, have.