Melbourne University Publishing announces that it will publish The Forgotten People, a collection of essays about liberal and conservative approaches to recognising indigenous peoples, to be edited by Freeman and Cape York Institute’s Shireen Morris.
Freeman speaks on the meaningfulness of objects for his memoir, The Aunt’s Mirrors, and de Waal’s The Hare with Amber Eyes at the Art Gallery of New South Wales on 9 December. To read more, click here.
The Sydney Jewish Writers’ Festival presents Damien Freeman in conversation with Michael Visontay at Waverley Library on 1 December, discussing The Aunt’s Mirrors.
Freeman discusses his memoir, The Aunt’s Mirrors, and what it has to tell us about the Jewish contribution to Australia’s pioneer generation, at the Sydney Jewish Museum on 30 November. To read more, click here.
On 24 November, Noel Pearson will launch Freeman’s family memoir, The Aunt’s Mirrors, at the Union, University and Schools Club.
The Sydney Institute for Psycho-Analysis announces an occasional lecture by Freeman on 30 October: “Richard Wollheim on Value and Projection in Philosophy and Psychoanalysis”.
The Australian publishes an opinion piece by Freeman about the arrival of the First Fleet and the future recognition of Indigenous people as defining moments.
Freeman discusses beauty in relation to art, along with other contributors including Simon Longstaff, Director of the St James Ethics Centre, for a six-part radio series on Beauty, produced for community radio station, Eastside FM, by Sylvia Rosenblum.
Routledge announces the publication of Figuring Out Figurative Art, a collection of thirteen essays by contemporary philosophers about contemporary paintings, to be edited by Freeman and Derek Matravers. To visit the publisher’s website, click here.
With his co-author, Julian Leeser, Freeman addresses the Liberal Women’s Council at Parliament House, Sydney, on 25 May about the release of their new pamphlet, The Australian Declaration of Recognition.