The International Research Network on Multiculturalism (IRNM) is an academic forum aimed at promoting a multicultural research agenda. We debate multicultural, intercultural and interreligious policies, practices, theories, histories and controversies.
We debate multicultural, intercultural and interreligious policies, practices, theories, histories and controversies. We provide an online depository of research pertaining to multiculturalism and links to participants' research profiles, local and international events and new publications.
We were founded in 2012, following the 3rd International Symposium on Multiculturalism: Reclaiming Multiculturalism, held by the Centre for Citizenship and Globalisation at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia.
The 2nd International Symposium on Multiculturalism: Reframing Multiculturalism for the 21st Century's Realities, was held at the University of Ottawa, Canada in 2011 and the 1st International Symposium on Multiculturalism: Comparative Multiculturalism from Transnational and Global Perspectives was also held at Deakin University, Melbourne, Australia, in 2010.
Our network is made up of scholars, state and community actors specialising in the fields of multiculturalism, intercultural and interreligious relations across diverse disciplines and geographical regions. Our members include:
Professor Peter Kivisto
Associate Professor Gabriele Marranci
Professor Kevin McDonald
Professor Paul Morris
Associate Professor Adam Possamai
Dr Naomi Priest
Associate Professor Elizabeth Rata
Professor Zlatko Skrbis
Ms Stefanie Thomas
Associate Professor Ian Wood
IRNM membership is free and by invitation or application only. We welcome new applications from established scholars, early career and higher degree researchers who are working on multiculturalism.
Please contact us for more information about membership.
International Research Network on Multiculturalism (IRNM)
+61 3 9244 6658