Current Fellows

At Wolfson, you will find some of the world's leading intellectual authorities in an extraordinary diversity of fields, from ancient history to anthropology, computer science, oriental studies and medical sciences.

Christos Hadjiyiannis
Research Fellow
Research Fellow, Faculty of English
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Martine Halban
Honorary Fellow
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Peter Halban
Honorary Fellow
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Dr Roger Hall
Emeritus Fellow
Andrew Hamilton
Honorary Fellow
Henry Hardy
Honorary Fellow
Simon Harrison
Honorary Fellow
Paul Harrison
Governing Body Fellow
Clinical Reader in Psychiatry; Honorary Consultant Psychiatrist; Professor of Psychiatry
Barbara Harriss-White
Emeritus Fellow
Michael Haslam
Research Fellow
Post-doctoral Research Fellow, School of Archaeology

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11 January 2018
Journey to Mars

A couple of months ago Akash Trivedi was selected to take part in a two-week expedition as an analogue astronaut to the...

6 December 2017
Tri-innovate Launch 2018

Got a bright idea? Want to know how to be an innovator and become an entrepreneur? Come to the launch of Tri-Innovate 2018 on Tuesday 23 January...

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College Auditions

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Our upcoming events

Clubs & Societies
16 - 16
Jan Jan
Amref Termy Meeting
Tuesday 16 January -
12:30pm to 1:30pm

The Wolfson AMREF Group is informal and friendly, and does not require a great commitment. If you are interested, then please come along to one of their meetings. Meetings are held at 1.30pm on Tuesday of Week 1 each term.

Lectures and Seminars
16 - 16
Jan Jan
What counts as evidence in the Social Sciences?
Tuesday 16 January -
5:30pm to 6:30pm

Professor Mark Casson (University of Reading) and Professor Marc Ventresca (Wolfson College, Oxford) Social scientists study phenomena in which people play a fundamental role: the economy, law, the internet, Brexit, and so on. People can generally do whatever they like, and so their behaviour is not governed by rules in the same way as the phenomena studied by physicists and chemists. Given this, what kinds of questions can social scientists answer, and how do they do it?

Networking
16 - 16
Jan Jan
Science Table Dinner
Tuesday 16 January -
6:30pm to 7:30pm

Put away your lab coat and safety specs and come to Wolfson for dinner to meet other Wolfson scientists.