William Wordsworth
Published on:
Sunday 1 October

When friends ask about my life at Wolfson, I tell them about the sunny office overlooking a garden; the College’s elegant modernist architecture and many rural vistas; exciting, active minds you meet at meals and special events; and...

Published on:
Sunday 1 October

When friends ask about my life at Wolfson, I tell them about the sunny office overlooking a garden; the College’s elegant modernist architecture and many rural vistas; exciting, active minds you meet at meals and special events; and...

Jon Stallworthy
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Monday 25 September

Wolfson College and the English Faculty are delighted to announce this year's poetry competition for postgraduate students at the University of Oxford.

Published on:
Monday 25 September

Wolfson College and the English Faculty are delighted to announce this year's poetry competition for postgraduate students at the University of Oxford.

Published on:
Monday 11 September

Professor Jacob Dahl took up the Associate Professorship in Assyriology, the study of the ancient written cultures of Mesopotamia at Oxford in October 2008.

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Monday 11 September

Professor Jacob Dahl took up the Associate Professorship in Assyriology, the study of the ancient written cultures of Mesopotamia at Oxford in October 2008.

TG VS OCLW/ODNB 2017
Published on:
Friday 11 August

We are delighted to announce the recipients of the OCLW/ODNB research bursaries and Tony Gray Visiting Scholarship for 2017/2018.

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Friday 11 August

We are delighted to announce the recipients of the OCLW/ODNB research bursaries and Tony Gray Visiting Scholarship for 2017/2018.

Wolfson Dancing Lives Conference
Published on:
Thursday 27 July

The conference brought together scholars, curators, biographers, and dance practitioners to explore how people write about the lives of dancers and choreographers and how dance as a silent form represents life stories.

Published on:
Thursday 27 July

The conference brought together scholars, curators, biographers, and dance practitioners to explore how people write about the lives of dancers and choreographers and how dance as a silent form represents life stories.

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