Research programmes and networks that received funding in spring 2017
To support the establishment of new collaborations across subject, faculty and disciplinary domain boundaries, in spring 2017 the Disciplinary Domain Board for the Humanities and Social Sciences distributed funding to three networks and two research programmes.
Research programmes to receive funding
Research programmes are intended to be a support for furthering and developing collaboration across the faculties and disciplinary domain, with the long-term target of developing self-organised research environments with external funding. The programme has received SEK 1 million per year, for two years.
- From Close Reading to Distant Reading (link to web page)
Primary applicant and research leader, Johan Svedjedal, Professor of Literature, with focus on literary sociology. (link to web page)
- Exploring Rules and Principles in Citizenship (link to web page)
Primary applicant and research leader Patricia Mindus, Associate Professor of Philosophy.
Research networks to receive funding
The research networks are intended to be a support for the development of ideas across faculty and disciplinary domain boundaries. The aim is to support activities that can result in new research projects. The network has received SEK 200,000 per year, for two years.
- The role of commensality in the present and the past: implication for policy and planning (link to web page)
Primary applicant and network leader, Agneta Yngve, Professor of Food, Nutrition and Dietetics, with particular emphasis on meal science.
- Human Diversity Research Network (link to web page)
Primary applicant and network leader Michael Dunn, Professor of Linguistics.
- Higher Education as a Research Object (link to web page)
Primary applicant and network leader Mikael Börjesson, Professor of Education Sociology.