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.

David Taylor
Governing Body Fellow
University Lecturer in Aramaic and Syriac
Felix Tennie
Junior Research Fellow
Baron Lorne Thyssen-Bornemisza
Honorary Fellow
Samuel Tilsen
Visiting Scholar
Anastasia Tolstoy
Anastasia Tolstoy
Junior Research Fellow
Junior Research Fellow, Medieval and Modern Languages
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Roger Tomlin
Emeritus Fellow
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Ida Toth
Research Fellow
Senior Instructor in Byzantine Greek and Medieval Latin, Lecturer in Byzantine Epigraphy, Faculty of History
Elizabeth Tucker
Supernumerary Fellow
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News
Events

The latest from Wolfson College

12 February 2018
Anna Caballe Cooks up a Storm in the Lab

For almost two years Dr. Anna Caballe has used molecular biology...

5 February 2018
Martin Goodman Publishes A New History of Judaism

Martin Goodman, Professor of Jewish Studies and a Fellow of Wolfson since 1991, crafts a worthy addition to the wide-ranging genre of Jewish...

29 January 2018
Jon Stallworthy Prize 2018 Winner Announced

The winner of this year's competition and the £1,000 prize was Alexander Peplow (Merton) for As Things Are. The runner-up was Mary Anne...

Our upcoming events

Art exhibition
19 - 09
Feb Mar
Bury Knowle Art Group - Reflections
Monday 19 February - 10:00am to Friday 9 March - 7:00pm

Oxford Bury Knowle Art Group Winter Exhibition

A group of artists living in Headington came together to stage an exhibition in 1948 in Headington Library in Bury Knowle Park. It was a great success and a formal art group came into being adopting its present name. At present the Group has around 50 members and as well as exhibitions arranges monthly talks and demonstrations through the winter months which are open to everyone.  

Lectures and Seminars
19 - 19
Feb Feb
Unionisation in South India : the Independence decades
Monday 19 February -
5:00pm to 6:30pm

We will meet to learn about and discuss the organisation of labour in South India (the Madras Presidency) during the decades surrounding Independence. Dr Karuna is expert on the formation of India's enormous informal economy and her talk will focus on the problems of, and opposition to, the unionisation of workers in the 'non-factory' economy i.e. in workshops, homes, bazaars etc.which still constitute most of India's 'firms'. All welcome.

Courses and Workshops
19 - 19
Feb Feb
Meditation
Monday 19 February -
7:00pm to 8:00pm

Traditional Buddhist meditation. Practise regularly to change the quality of your life. Please notify Clive each week if planning to attend. To be continued next term.