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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.
1 July 2019The Wolfson Gaudy and Syme Legacy Society Lunch
The Alumni and Development Office held the annual Gaudy and Syme Legacy Society Lunch on 29 June.24 June 2019Out now: Romulus Magazine 2019
Romulus is the Wolfson magazine for students by students. This year's theme is "Ritual", which is reflected in many different ways by the...24 June 2019Sir Tim Hitchens' Foundation Speech 2019
Read this year's Foundation Speech, held by Sir Tim Hitchens, President of Wolfson College.
Clubs & Societies26 - 26Jul JulThe Catharsis Open Mic Night - Wolfson CollegeFriday 26 July - 9:00pm to 11:00pm
Hello all, The Wolfson Feminist, LGBTQIA+ and Entz societies are organizing a Catharsis themed open mic night on
Friday 26 July from 9pm onwards. We welcome open mic performances in any form: from singing or speaking to screaming! Please find the details of the event enclosed in attached poster. We hope to see a lot of you!! For more details please contact: email@example.comConference19 - 20Oct OctAutofiction - Theory, Practice, Cultures - A Comparative PerspectiveSaturday 19 October - 9:00am to Sunday 20 October - 5:00pm
There is no critical consensus regarding the term autofiction. Some see it as describing any novel with autobiographical elements, others apply more restrictive definitions. This two-day conference seeks to bring together different theoretical approaches to autofiction, to explore the validity of the concept and to think about how different definitions and traditions influence our reading of works at the intersection of fiction and autobiography.Lectures and Seminars23 - 23Oct OctAWRC Lunch Table and Talk by Prof Jacob DahlWednesday 23 October - 12:30pm to 2:00pm
Lunch table in Hall with drinks provided by the AWRC followed by talk in the Florey Room at 1:15 delivered by Prof Jacob Dahl on "Where have all the Ur III seals gone?". All welcome. Coffee and cakes will be served.