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.
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.
Open to staff, postdoctoral fellows and postgraduate students from across the University, the Lunches provide a forum for informal discussion, enabling colleagues to debate interdisciplinary research ideas at an early stage of formulation, with a view to potentially establishing research collaborations around particular themes.
The Sadler Seminar series supports colleagues wishing to pursue research questions that, to be answered well, require collaboration across disciplinary lines.
LAHRI, in collaboration with the University of Leeds Special Collections, is pleased to announce 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 the 2019-20 round is 5pm on Tuesday, 11th February 2020.
In contrast to the standard Brotherton fellowship scheme that allows access over a shorter period to any Special Collection, this scheme is designed to offer a researcher a longer period of time in just the Southbank Archive only. Applications to the scheme have now closed