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.

Tim Hitchens
Tim Hitchens
President
President of Wolfson College
Angela Moore
Douglas Abraham
Emeritus Fellow
Emeritus Professor
Samson Abramsky
Governing Body Fellow
Christopher Strachey Professor of Computing
Angela Moore
John W. Adams
Honorary Fellow
Chairman and founder of the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society
Nicholas Allen
THSC Scholars and Teachers, Emeritus Fellow
Emeritus Fellow
David Alonso
David Alonso
Junior Research Fellow
Postdoctoral Research Assistant
Angela Moore
David Anderson
Emeritus Fellow
Emeritus Professor
Daniel Andersson
Research Fellow
Research Fellow in History
Ruben Andersson
Governing Body Fellow
Associate Professor in Migration and Development
Sophie Antoine
Junior Research Fellow
Postdoctoral researcher

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Tim Hitchens
8 May 2018
Message from the President

It is a great honour to have been elected President of Wolfson. The college is one of the most distinctive in Oxford: a graduate college,...

30 April 2018
Inauguration of Tim Hitchens

All members and friends of Wolfson College are invited to a May morning welcome event for Tim Hitchens, CMG LVO as the new President of Wolfson....

16 April 2018
Tri-Innovate Final 2018

There have been six finalists selected for the Final Tri-Innovate 2018...

Our upcoming events

Lectures and Seminars
21 - 21
May May
The Zoroastrian goddess Dēn in Islamic robe: her figure in Zoroastrianism and it...
Monday 21 May - 5:00pm
Courses and Workshops
21 - 21
May May
Zen Meditation
Monday 21 May - 7:00pm to 8:00pm

Learn and practise traditional Zen Buddhist meditation and learn the fundamental tenets of Buddhism.

Lectures and Seminars
22 - 22
May May
AWRC: Graduate Students' Forum: presentations of their work in progress
Tuesday 22 May - 5:30pm to 7:00pm

3 graduate student members of the AWRC will present a topic for friendly discussion with Cluster members and others with an interest: Nina de Kreij: "Μᾶλλον and μάλιστα in comparative and superlative expressions in Homer" Valters Negribs: "Can Kings be Yogīs?" Eva Anita Haghighi: "Etruscans in Latin poetry: political,cultural and personal implications in the age of Augustus". All are welcome!