LAHRI is delighted to announce that the Inaugural Lecture of Professor Cat Davies (School of Languages, Cultures and Societies) is now available to view on the LAHRI Professorial Inaugural Lectures page on our website.
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The University of Leeds is partnering with institutions in the United States, Singapore, Mexico, New Zealand on a new research collaboration to explore the role of design approaches to climate justice. Supported by a Research Development Award from the World Universities Network the project - Climate Justice by Design - will bring together researchers from...
This month in ‘On the Bookshelf’ we feature ‘Abortion Ecologies in Southern African Fiction′ by Dr Caitlin Stobie (School of English) This book was published in February 2023 in hardback by Bloomsbury Academic
Selected Media pieces from February 2023 that include input from researchers in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures
Each year, the Leeds Arts and Humanities Research Institute hosts an interdisciplinary seminar series which brings together groups of researchers from across academic fields. Our Sadler Seminar Series is the flagship programme of the Institute, and provides resources to develop and explore series of research questions which demand collaboration from multiple perspectives. Academics based in...
Deadline: 30th March, 23:59 Leeds Creative Labs is a programme delivered by the Cultural Institute since 2012 that pairs creative professionals with researchers from the University of Leeds. The programme offers participants the rare chance to collaborate and explore ideas without the pressure of delivering against targets in a non-traditional, experimental and playful setting. This...
Have you recently finished your PhD in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures here at the University of Leeds? The Leeds Arts & Humanities Research Institute Postdoctoral Fellowships Scheme has re-opened for applications.
Selected Media pieces from December 2022 and January 2023 that include input from researchers in the Faculty of Arts, Humanities and Cultures
This month in ‘On the Bookshelf’ we feature ‘Socialist Women and the Great War, 1914-21: Protest, Revolution and Commemoration′ Co-edited by Professor Ingrid Sharpe and Dr Corinne Painter (both of School of Languages, Cultures and Societies) as well as Matthew Stibbe (Sheffield Hallam University). This book was published in December 2022 with Bloomsbury.
The School of Performance and Cultural Industries ‘Place’ Research Group investigates the dynamic interactions between culture, people and places.