The Department of Anthropology was established in 1974 at Adelaide University and quickly became a popular undergraduate course. Labour Stusied and Women's Studies Department's were established at the South Australian College of Advance Education and gained accreditations. In 1991 as part of the dismantleing of the CAE the University of Adelaide absorbed the Labour Studies and Women's Studies courses and the Department of Women's Studies was established late in 1991. The Centre for Labour Studies was established and the Social Justice Research Foundation. Late 1990's Don Dunstan became an adjunct Professor with the Centre for Labour Studies and on his retirement a request was made to him to re-name the Social Justice Research Foundation the Don Dunstan Foundation. In 1997 the Department of Women's Studies and the Centre of Labour Studies were amalgamated and renamed the Department of Social Inquiry. This was then change to Gender Studies and Social Inquiry in 2002. Enviromental Studies was peviously the Mawson Institute of Envionmental Studies. In 1998 it was amalgamated with Geography to become Geographical and Environmental Studies.