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We will be offering funding for several new scholarships for students starting graduate programmes in 2019/20.
In recognition of International Mother Language Day 2019, Wolfson College has put together a video featuring students talking in their mother language. From Bengali to Hungarian, British Sign Language to Dutch, ten different languages are highlighted in this video. Wolfson College's graduate students represent over seventy-five countries, making it one of the most internationally diverse colleges in Oxford.
17 June 2019Opening of the Buttery
Wolfson College is thrilled to open the newly refurbished Buttery after several months of construction work. We look back on over 50 years of...17 June 2019Plastic Pollution
Josephine Mahony, Geography student at Wolfson College, returns from a successful mission to clean up plastic at the remote island of Aldabra. The...17 June 2019Wolfson Leavers' Stall
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Concert and Plays23 - 23Jun JunSulki Yu violin & Chiao-Ying Chang pianoSunday 23 June - 5:00pm to 7:30pm
Sulki Yu Violin & Chiao-Ying Chang Piano
Beethoven Sonata in A Major for piano and violin, Op. 12, No. 2
Grieg Sonata in C minor for violin and piano, Op. 45
Brahms Sonata in D minor for violin and piano, Op. 108Courses and Workshops25 - 25Jun JunGesture, Body and Language in Tibet and the HimalayasTuesday 25 June - 8:30am to 5:30pm
The event is BSL interpreted. This workshop is a cross-disciplinary exploration of the relationships between gesture and language, and the role of signifying embodied movements more broadly, in culturally Tibetan and related linguistic areas of the Himalayas. We consider: 1. How Tibetan repertoires of gesturing, speaking and signing are related to patterns of visual and bodily communication in everyday life and other domains; 2.Concert and Plays25 - 25Jun JunIshaare: Gestures and Signs in Mumbai (screening of film, directed by Annelies K...Tuesday 25 June - 6:30pm to 8:30pm
"Ishaare" has a double meaning: both "gestures" (in Hindi and Marathi) and "signs", as such, indicating that a strict distinction between them cannot be made. However, whilst there seems to be overlap between gestures and sign language, they differ too, as the protagonists of the movie show and tell us. The film "Ishaare" documents how six deaf signers communicate with hearing shopkeepers, street vendors, customers, waiters, ticket conductors and fellow travelers in Mumbai.