EOIs Invited for New Freilich Project Blog

Wednesday 27 October 2021

The Freilich Project is seeking contributions from researchers from a broad range of disciplinary areas for a new blog series exploring the experiences, causes, impacts and history of bigotry.

We seek to profile innovative, inter-disciplinary and inclusive modes of scholarship that contribute to our understanding of bigotry as it relates to religion, gender, sexuality, race and ethnic diversity, and intersectionality. We are also seeking research that engages with or emerges from the lived experience of bigotry, and research that develops or evaluates interventions that combat bigotry.

Individual scholars, research networks, projects and organisations conducting research in this area are invited to submit an expression of interest that includes a brief (up to 250 word) article proposal, author bio, and links to any relevant publications. 

Successful submissions will be asked to submit a full post of 1000-1500 words in length for further development and potential publication on the Freilich Project website. We strongly encourage early career and underrepresented researchers to submit. Independent and sessionally employed researchers may be eligible for payment. 

Please email expressions of interest to: Freilich.Project@anu.edu.au.

Updated:  28 October 2021/Responsible Officer:  Freilich Project/Page Contact:  Herbert & Valmae Freilich Project