The Leeds Arts and Humanities Research Institute (LAHRI) exists to strengthen and enrich the intellectual life of the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures and we are proud to offer a number of research programmes and funding schemes.
LAHRI and the Cultural Institute are pleased to announce the return of this fund for 2021-22. Open to researchers accross the University to develop an interdisciplinary research or impact project with representation from the arts and humanities and/or a cultural element. The deadline for submitting applictions to the 2021-22 is 22 September 2021.
The Sadler Seminar series supports colleagues wishing to pursue research questions that, to be answered well, require collaboration across disciplinary lines.
This is a temporary replacement for the ‘Speculative Lunch’ scheme. Its aim is the same: to offer researchers in the arts and humanities the opportunity to discuss interdisciplinary research ideas at an early stage of formulation, with a view to establishing research collaborations around particular themes.
The scheme offers Leeds PhD graduates the support needed to advance their research and their careers in the period between thesis completion and the taking up of a first post. Fellowships last for six months and fellows are encouraged to take part in the Fellows' work-in-progress seminars and generally to participate in the life of the Institute.
LAHRI, in collaboration with the University of Leeds Special Collections, was pleased to support a limited number of short-term post-doctoral fellowships for 2020. These fellowships are designed exclusively for early-career researchers to make use of the Special Collections held within the Brotherton Library. The fellowships exist to develop the fellow’s ability to make strong applications to externally-funded post-doctoral positions which must then be held at the University of Leeds. The deadline for applications to the 2021-22 round has now passed.
“African Knowledges for Global Challenges”
The Leeds University Centre for African Studies (LUCAS), in collaboration with the Leeds Arts and Humanities Research Institute, is pleased to announce a limited number of short-term virtual research fellowships for 2021.