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Announcing: 2024 HRC/Freilich Visiting Fellow

Congratulations to Christopher Ewing, Assistant Professor from Purdue University's Department of History and the 2024 HRC/Freilich Project Visiting Fellow. Christopher's research takes a transnational approach to queer history and the history of race, investigating the integration of social movements and policy during the late twentieth and early...

Announcing 2024 ECR Small Grant Recipients

Congratulations to this year's recipients of the Early Career Researcher Small Grant Scheme! The ECR Small Grants offers up to $5000 to assist research projects into the causes, histories and effects of ethnic, cultural, religious and sexual bigotry and animosity, and to explore how such intolerance can be combatted, and co-existence promoted....



Freilich Research Seminar: Rebel Sistah Cypher: Research, activism and creative practice

  This seminar is brought to you in partnership with the School of Archaeology and Anthropology as part of their seminar series.  Seminar abstract TBC. Zoom Details: Meeting ID: 812 1179 0732 Password: 968025

We Bleed the Same: Unity

Celebrate the diversity and strength of our community during challenging times. This upcoming exhibition is hosted by Jozo's in Paddington, Sydney. Features photography by Tim Bauer.  Speakers include: Liz Deep-Jones - co-curator of the We Bleed the Same exhibition  Craig Foster Cocoa the Conscious will perform didgeridoo and his poetry


Pandemic and Prejudice: Exploring Anti-Chinese Sentiments in Australia and the United States in mid-2021 and mid-2022

27 May 2024 The COVID-19 pandemic has notably intensified anti-Chinese sentiment in the West. This upsurge can be attributed to pandemic-driven fear among some. In contrast, others see it as an exacerbation of racial prejudices deeply rooted in historical narratives such as the “Yellow Peril”, which unjustly scapegoat Chinese communities for the...

The Terrible Gaza War and its Consequences

23 April 2024 On the 7th of October, 2023, a constitutive event took place that shook the world, the Middle East, and especially Israel. On that morning a surprising attack occurred on twenty Israeli kibbutzim and towns near the Gaza Strip by thousands of Hamas terrorists and Gaza citizens. They murdered, wounded, and kidnapped children, women...

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