LHRI Fellows

LHRI Fellows

The LHRI is proud to support an expanding community of Visiting Postdoctoral Fellows and Professors, whose stays last anywhere from one month to a year or longer.

Visitors are given office space, access to University libraries, computer facilities and introductions to pre-award team members who can assist with the preparation of funding applications.  


Current Postdoctoral and Visiting Researchers

Dr Enrico Acciai, Marie Curie Fellow

Dr Beth Armstrong, Research Assistant

Dr Sean DydeWellcome Trust ISSF Fellow

Professor Xinping Guan, British Academy Visiting Fellow 

Dr Bárbara Jiménez Pazos, Postdoctoral Researcher

Dr Katherine Rawling, Wellcome Trust ISSF Fellow

Short-term LHRI Postdoctoral Fellows

Alexandru Bar 

Henry Clarke 

Hannah Coates 

Hervin Fernández-Aceves

Beatrice Ivey  

Sarah Hall

Pushpa Kumbhat 

Xristina Penna 

Valentina Ragni

Laura Lucia Rossi 

Mengling Xu 

Trevor Russell Smith

Clara Stella

Jonathan Tobutt 

Project Teams  

ENHANCE

A ground-breaking innovative training network (ITN) funded by Marie Skłodowska Curie over four years, that is dedicated to further establishing the Environmental Humanities as a field of cutting-edge scholarship in Europe and further afield.

Made up of twelve international doctoral students based at four academic and research institutions and linked with five associated public partners - across Germany, Sweden and the UK - ENHANCE has been established in order to provide analytical, vocational and complementary skills to up-and-coming researchers. 

The Leeds team consists of: 

Anna Anotova, PhD Student

Jonathan Caruthers-Jones, PhD Student

Arvid Van Dam, PhD Student

Sarah Elizabeth Yoho, PhD Student


MEN, WOMEN & CARE

A European Research Council-funded project, led by Dr Jessica Meyer.

Alexia Moncreiff, Research Fellow

Ellis Boyle, PhD Student

Bethany Rowley, PhD Student


CHANGING THE STORY

A four-year AHRC funded, international, multi-disciplinary project asking how the arts, heritage, and human rights education can support youth-centred approaches to civil society building in Cambodia, Colombia, Kosovo, Rwanda and South Africa

Inés Soria-Turner, Research & Project Officer

How to become a Visiting Researcher or Postdoctoral Fellow in AHC

Apply to be a Visiting Research Fellow

If you would like to come to Leeds to continue your research as visiting Research Fellow, then in the first instance you need to get in touch with an appropriate member of the School in which your research would be most closely affiliated. 

Each School in the Faculty have slightly different rules and criteria surrounding their application process, but in general the School will need from you:

  • An indication of your research area and topic that you intend to study whilst you are here
  • An indication of the dates you wish to visit
  • A current CV
  • An indication of a member (or members) of staff that would most likely be able to support your application

Please refer to the individual School pages for further information about becoming a visiting researcher:

School of English; School of History; School of Languages, Cultures and Societies; School of Design; FAHACS; Performance & Cultural Industries; School of Music, Philosophy, Religion & History of Medicine; School of Media & Communication.

Apply to a Postdoctoral Fellowship or ECR scheme with AHC

Members of the Faculty are keen to support well-conceived postdoctoral fellowship projects, and Early Career Fellowships. These include applications to: 

  • Leverhulme ECR Fellowships scheme
  • Marie Curie ECR Fellowships scheme
  • British Academy/Newton Mobility Award scheme
  • Marie Curie Fellowship scheme

If you wish to apply for these or other similar schemes in conjunction with Leeds/AHC, please be aware that you should prepare the application well in advance and inform the relevant School during this process.  This might mean preparing an application in anticipation of calls.