We are delighted to welcome Helen Thornton to Wolfson as our new College Nurse. Helen is a registered nurse who will work together with the...
Henry Bernard Davis Kettlewell - List of Correspondence
The correspondence, covering the years 1936-1979, includes copies of many of Kettlewell's own letters. Correspondents include: Sir Gavin de Beer, Sir Isaiah Berlin, Sir Lawrence Bragg, Sir Cyril Clarke, E.A. Cockayne, Armand and Michaela Denis, T. Dobzhansky, E.B. Ford, J.B.S. Haldane, Sir Alister Hardy, J.W. Heslop Harrison, Sir Julian Huxley, W. Le Gros Clarke, N.D. Riley, Hon. Miriam Rothschild, S.G. Castle Russell, P.M. Sheppard, N. Tinbergen, E.P. Wiltshire and Baron C. de Worms.
In February 2000 the Kettlewell Archive was transferred to the Department of Special Collections & Western Manuscripts, Bodleian Library. Enquiries concerning access to the archive should be directed to:Department of Special Collections & Western Manuscripts,
16 October 2018College Nurse15 October 2018The Academics At-Risk Fellowship Campaign
The Wolfson Alumni Office are launching a campaign with The Council of At-Risk Academics (CARA) to accommodate an academic and their family at...11 October 2018Diplomacy for the 21st Century: An Asian Perspective
Wolfson College is honoured to have Ambassador Tsuruoka, Ambassador of Japan, present this year's Wolfson Lecture Series in Diplomacy for the 21st...
Parties and Dinners19 - 19Oct OctFormal HallFriday 19 October - 7:00pm to 10:00pm
Formal Hall is a served three-course meal. Dress code is smart, no gowns. Drinks are at 7.00 pm, with dinner at 7.30 pm. Open to all members of College and Common Room and their guests. There is no informal dinner served on Formal Hall nights.Lectures and Seminars22 - 22Oct OctPresident's Seminar: 'Gravity and Levity'Monday 22 October - 5:30pm
The President’s Seminar series provides a platform for the presentation and discussion of some of the fascinating and ground-breaking research that is carried out by Wolfsonians at all career stages.
In this term's seminar Prof Wolfgang de Melo will talk about gravity and levity in Varro, the Roman Grammarian; Dr Felix Tennie will speak on gravity and what we believe to know about it; Mr Alexander Hardie-Forsyth will focus on Laurence Sterne's line of gravitation.Clubs & Societies22 - 22Oct OctItalian language course by OUISMonday 22 October - 7:30pm to 9:00pm
The Oxford University Italian Society (OUIS) organises weekly classes open to all those interested in learning Italian. The beginners course is in Wolfson (seminar room 3, but check at the lodge) on Mondays at 19:30. Italian classes at other levels are also organised in different locations.