Freilich Project Research Showcase

We're extremely proud to support leading research into bigotry, its causes, impacts, and histories. Since COVID-19 interrupted some of our usual activities to promote this excellent work, this year we held a showcase of a selection of the best research we've supported since 2019. Fuller seminars later in the year will also be offered, if you are interested in finding out more.

Click here to watch our recording.

Speakers included:

Iva Glisic (ANU) – The Art of Justice in the Western Balkans

Seminar: 20 April, 12:30pm. Register here.

Christina Kenny, Jennifer Hamilton, and Felicity Joseph (UNE) – Towards Hetero-Optimism

Seminar: 24 August, 12:30pm. Register here.

Michael Thai (UQ) – Motivated prejudice behind the 'perpetual foreigner syndrome'

Seminar: 21 September, 12:30pm. Register here.

Mia Martin Hobbs (Deakin) – Being the ‘Other’ in the War on Terror: Race, Gender and Bigotry in Western Militaries since 9/11

Daozhi Xu (Maquarie) – Indigenous People in Chinese Australian Newspapers, 1894–1912: Chinese Perspectives

Hyein (Ellen) Cho (Monash) – Everyday terrorism: The story of a Korean victim-survivor of domestic and family violence in Australia.

Helen Adam and Sally Murphy (ECU) – Investigating Overt and Covert Perpetuation of Prejudice and Bigotry in Children’s Picture Books

Seminar: 26 October, 12:30pm. Register here.

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