Wolfson's early years

Race and Ethics

Wolfson College sees itself as a proud member of the global community and strives to be a modern and egalitarian college. As a college we want to keep educated and contribute to the debate on decolonisation. We encourage you to join the conversation on Oxford and colonialism.

On this page we have gathered information about Wolfson's early years, race and ethics.

07 June 2022
DPhil Student recognised in 2022 Vice Chancellor’s Diversity Awards

Congratulations to Wolfson DPhil Student, Mary Adeyemo who was awarded a highly commended Vice Chancellor’s Diversity Award.

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22 April 2021
Sir Tim Hitchens publishes Commonwealth War Graves report into inequality in death

Sir Tim Hitchens, President of Wolfson College and Commonwealth War Graves Commissioner, this morning published the report of a Special Committee he chaired to Review Historical Inequalities in Commemoration.

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16 March 2021
South-South Globalisation Podcast

Temitope Ajileye, DPhil student at Wolfson, has set up a podcast which will tell stories of contacts, movements, and exchanges of people, capital and ideas between countries that are part of the Global South.

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In Conversation