Past events

01
Oct
2020

The Far Right Online

Recent years have seen a significant increase in the presence of far-right politics online, in Australia and overseas, with misogynistic, racist and...
09
Dec
2019

Ian Iqbal Rashid and Omar Sakr

The Humanities Research Centre and the Freilich Project are honoured to host an evening of poetry and short films exploring the complexities of sexuality,...
04
Dec
2019

“Now I am Dead”: Anthropological Encounters with the Other

(Please note change of date to Wednesday 04 December 2019 at 5:30pm from Tuesday 03 December) “If anthropology is founded on the violence of speaking for...
29
Nov
2019

Recollections of the Future: The Uncomfortable Cosmopolitanism of Migrant Histories

In her most recent book, Post-Multicultural Writers as Neo-Cosmopolitan Mediators, Professor Sneja Gunew argues that we need to move beyond the monolingual...
13
Nov
2019

LGBTI Refugees: Erasure, Silencing and Heteronormativity

On Wednesday 13 November 2019 the Freilich Project was proud to co-host the panel “LGBTI Refugees: Erasure, Silencing and Heteronormativity,” a prelude to the...
08
Nov
2019

Young People and Old Prejudices in Mindanao (Philippines)

The conflict in Mindanao is one of the oldest in the world. This 450-year-old-conflict revolves around the quest for self-determination among the Moros, the 13...
31
Oct
2019

David Marr - An Australian Story: The Politics of Bigotry in a Tolerant Country

Twenty years after he first presented the annual Freilich Lecture on Bigotry and Tolerance, one of Australia's most prominent journalists, David Marr, returned...

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