Stories from Wolfson

Read our stories and get some fascinating insights into the past, present and future of the College.

Sir Isaiah Berlin 1987 © Copyright Mariana Cook
Wolfson College Portraits

The renowned American fine art photographer Mariana Cook, whose photographs of people and landscapes are held in many private and museum collections all over the world and published in ten books, who works in black-and-white film and makes gelatin silver prints, and whose portraits are famous for catching the essential identity of her subjects, is bringing a collection of fifteen of her recent portraits to Wolfson College.

The renowned American fine art photographer Mariana Cook, whose photographs of people and landscapes are held in many private and museum collections all over the world and published in ten books, who works in black-and-white film and makes gelatin silver prints, and whose portraits are famous for catching the essential identity of her subjects, is bringing a collection of fifteen of her recent portraits to Wolfson College.

Hello to Berlin

I first met Isaiah Berlin more than 44 years ago, just before lunch on Saturday 24 June 1972, at a graduate award interview at Wolfson’s temporary home in 60 Banbury Road.

I first met Isaiah Berlin more than 44 years ago, just before lunch on Saturday 24 June 1972, at a graduate award interview at Wolfson’s temporary home in 60 Banbury Road.