Four research projects at Linnaeus University, within the subjects of history, archaeology and sociology, receive a total of SEK 17 million in research grants from the Swedish Research Council.
The Swedish Research Council has announced a decision on what applications have been granted project funds within the humanities and social sciences for 2021. The following four applications from Linnaeus University receive a total of SEK 17,110,000 in research grants:
- Gunnel Cederlöf, professor of history
SEK 3,542,000 for the project “Flöden och kamp i Trans-Himalayaregionen”.
- Anders Högberg, professor or archaeology
SEK 4,853,000 for the project “Innovationsprocesser, kunskapsförmedlingssystem och mobilitet i Sydskandinavisk stenålder”.
- Bengt Larsson, professor of sociology
SEK 3,877,000 for the project “Välfärdsprofessionellt beslutsfattande – diskretion, principer och program”.
- Peter Skoglund, senior lecturer in archaeology
SEK 4,856,000 for the project “Från gestaltning till handling – Den narrativa vändningen i förhistoriskt bildskapande i norra Europa”.
The Swedish Research Council granted a total of almost SEK 400 million in funds to research in the humanities and social sciences for the years
2021–2025. Out of a total of 1,002 submitted applications, 100 were granted funds.
All projects that were granted funds on the Swedish Research Council’s website