Supporting Interdisciplinarity

LSSI have launched a new scheme inviting colleagues to come forward with innovative ideas they would like to develop into a cross-disciplinary application for a research centre or large grant to a major research funder. We are seeking to support high quality research involving committed multi-disciplinary teams that have identified...

We invite you to take a look at the report produced for one of our IAA Responsive Mode projects: ‘Sharing insights on hate crime: new methods and forms of data’, carried out in partnership with the University of Liverpool and Lancashire Constabulary. You can find further details about this work...

The Leeds Social Sciences Institute is working collaboratively with the Leeds Living Lab, an initiative which brings together partners from research, teaching and operational teams to co-produce innovative and transformational solutions to real-world sustainability challenges, using the campus as a test-bed. The Leeds Living Lab is interdisciplinary, driving continual, sustainable...

LSSI is delighted to announce that Katie Barclay and Alison Lundbeck have joined the team as of July 2018. Katie Barclay – Communications and Graduate Coordinator Katie is new to the University of Leeds and has joined the LSSI as Communications and Graduate Coordinator. Katie will also be working to coordinate...

‘Networking for Global Justice’, which was organised by Leeds Social Sciences Institute in conjunction with the Inequalities Research Network, Centre for Global Development and the Cities Theme, took place on Wednesday 15th November 2017. It brought together academic researchers from University of Leeds, Leeds Beckett University and Newcastle University to...