We organise events, offer grants, and provide further opportunities for researchers to explore ancient civilisations from all around the globe.
We focus on work across a variety of disciplines in which the web is the platform, and where sharing of ideas and methodologies could bring mutual benefit.
We aim to make research on issues of contemporary interest and importance accessible to a wide audience.
OCLW is a research centre which is designed to support those who write auto/biography and those who undertake research on different forms of life narratives.
We explore the questions still debated about quantum theory and the quantum world. Our approach is unique for the range of perspectives we bring including philosophy, computing, nanotechnology, and even areas of artificial intelligence.
A centre for scholars to discuss the cultural, social, political, economic, and religious diversity and importance of South Asia.
31 August 2016Elleke Boehmer wins prestigious ESSE English literature prize
Professor Elleke Boehmer has been awarded a 2016...11 August 2016Search for Wolfson College's next President
The qualified members of the Governing Body of Wolfson College are looking to elect a new President to succeed Professor Dame Hermione Lee on her...
27 - 27Sep SepSPQR a digital legacy: what Sebastian Patrick Quintus Rahtz did for usTuesday 27 September -10:00am to 5:00pm
Sebastian Rahtz (13 February 1955-15 March 2016) was Chief Data Architect for the University of Oxford and a member of Wolfson College and its Digital Research Cluster. The event celebrates some of his many and varied achievements.
As a tribute to Sebastian we are asking attendees to wear brightly coloured shirts/blouses.02 - 21Oct OctExhibition: The Secret StaircaseSunday 2 October - 10:00am to Friday 21 October - 7:00pm
The Secret Staircase is an exhibition/installation by artist Caroline Isgar and writer Michèle Roberts. Inspired by the eighteenth-century tokens left by mothers with their babies at the Foundling Hospital in London (and previously shown there) it comprises artefacts, an incised table-top which also serves as a woodblock, a woodcut, a text, and an artist’s book, and explores mother-child separation in our own day.14 - 14Oct OctThe Secret StaircaseFriday 14 October - 5:30pm
Talk to launch an exhibition inspired by the eighteenth-century tokens left by mothers with their babies at the Foundling Hospital in London (and previously shown there).