HRC-Freilich Project Visiting Fellowship 2022 "Mobilities"

As part of 2022 Humanities Research Centre Visiting Fellowship Program, The Herbert and Valmae Freilich Project for the Study of Bigotry offers a scholar an opportunity to combine research with the work of the Project and the nominated theme of the HRC (which for 2022 is "Mobilities"). All HRC Visiting Fellows are expected to participate in the programs of the Centre and the College, meet with other fellows, make a public presentation of their research in the weekly seminar program, and engage in other opportunities for scholarly exchange. The recipient of the Freilich Project Visiting Fellowship will also be responsible for delivering an annual Freilich Project Distinguished Lecture on a topic to be negotiated.

The HRC-Freilich Project Visiting Fellowship grant covers accommodation for a period of 6 - 12 weeks, as well as travel for the Fellow up to a total cost of $3,000AUD. Accommodation provided is a one bedroom, self-contained apartment on the university campus. (Financial assistance for travel and accommodation expenses is not a salary replacement. No stipend or living allowance is attached to this fellowship.)

For further information and submission queries, please visit the following link: Visiting Fellowships Program | Humanities Research Centre (anu.edu.au)

PLEASE NOTE: Travel in and out of Australia is very strictly regulated during the pandemic, and we cannot guarantee international visiting fellowships will be possible.

Updated:  20 May 2021/Responsible Officer:  Freilich Project/Page Contact:  Herbert & Valmae Freilich Project