On 1 June, 2016, former Premier of Victoria, Jeff Kennett, launched The Forgotten People at a reception hosted by the Lord Mayor of Melbourne in the Yarra Room at Melbourne’s Town Hall. The book was edited by Freeman and Shireen Morris.
- To read a report about the event, click here.
- To read Freeman’s speech introducing Kennett, click here.
- To read an article that Kennett wrote about the book, click here.
Tom Switzer interviews Freeman and co-editor Shireen Morris about their recent book, The Forgotten People, on ABC Radio National’s Between the Lines programme.
Freeman is invited to contribute an entry on isolation and loneliness in the visual arts for the Encyclopedia of the Bible and its Reception.
Freeman is invited to contribute a chapter on constitutional recognition of indigenous Australians to Perspectives on Human Presence.
- To download the chapter, click here.
Freeman is invited to contribute a chapter on Richard Wollheim’s philosophy to the aesthetics section of the Oxford Handbook of Philosophy and Psychoanalysis.
Freeman is invited to present a paper on empathy as a rhetorical category at Connecting with Others: Empathy, Sympathy, and the Imagination Conference at the University of Sydney on 30 March, 2016.
- To download the paper, click here.
In a review for The Australian, UNSW’s George Williams describes The Forgotten People, edited by Freeman and Shireen Morris, as an “important contribution to this debate”.