Wolfson College is one of the younger colleges of the University of Oxford. We offer a year-round welcome to day conferences, meetings, dinner parties, wedding receptions and celebrations for all occasions. With 80 en-suite bedrooms available for summer residential conferencing and bed and breakfast.
For more information on how to book a room or conference please contact the Conferences and Events Office.
Telephone: +44 (0)1865 274081
Year-round day conferencing, summer residentials, lectures, concerts and all types of corporate and public events.
A stunning auditorium for 155, plus numerous rooms with flexible layouts and lovely views.
Weddings, dinner dances, balls, ceilidhs, large-scale celebrations and commemorations for all occasions.
Summertime B&B in single en-suite bedrooms with shared kitchen/lounges, set in a tranquil riverside landscape.
We look forward to welcoming you to Wolfson College. Please don't hesitate to contact us.
6 November 2017Aris Lecture 2017
This year's lecture will be delivered by Emeritus Professor, University of Oslo, Per Kvaerne and Tenzin Kesang of Dharamsala.30 October 2017The Ronald Syme Lecture: Migration and the Metropolis: How ancient Rome stayed great
Professor Greg Woolf delivers the Ronald Syme Lecture this year.23 October 2017Imagining the Divine: Exhibition
Wolfson scholars collaborate on a unique exhibition on the art of major world religions at the Ashmolean Museum.
Networking21 - 21Nov NovSocial Science TableTuesday 21 November -12:45pm to 1:45pm
The Wolfson Social Science Tables are for any Wolfsonians and guests who want to get together every now and again to talk social science. Whether you’re a student or a fellow, whether you've come back from 2 years in the field or have spent the last 2 years struggling with Stata (or a manuscript!), whether you’re an eminent geographer or just someone who wants to figure out what social science means, we’d love to see you at the tables.Lectures and Seminars21 - 21Nov NovLives and LettersTuesday 21 November -5:30pm to 7:00pm
This discussion centres on an understanding and appreciation of letters as repositories of complex meaning, creating unique possibilities that weave together the textual, visual, material, biographical, and cultural. Robert Douglas-Fairhurst and Matt Bevis, University of Oxford, and Hugh Haughton, University of York, will talk about their work on literary letters in relation to life-writing and biographical practice.Lectures and Seminars23 - 23Nov NovTravelling and Filming in GandharaThursday 23 November -5:00pm to 6:30pm
In this public lecture of the Classical Art Research Centre's Gandhara Connections project, the historian and broadcaster Michael Wood will be showing film footage and talking about his travels in the area of ancient Gandhara (roughly northern Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan) in the course of more than thirty years of documentary film making.