Dr China Halabi lunchtime lecture

Lunchtime Seminars

An informal lunchtime seminar series is held most Wednesdays of Full Term in the Combination Room, with complimentary coffee and biscuits.

Dr China Halabi lunchtime lecture

The series is designed to enable and encourage students and other members of Wolfson to speak in an informal setting about their research.  Participants can bring in their trays and have lunch during the talks, and we encourage friendly debate over coffee.

Seminar topics are invited across all academic disciplines. College members who are interested in presenting and or in helping the lunchtime team with the organisation, planning and chairing of sessions can email the current organisers.

There is always something for everyone at the LTS. To ensure a variety of topics we welcome speakers from within Wolfson including Fellows, Junior Research Fellows, Senior Members and CRAs.  Also don't be shy if  you are a PhD Candidate who would like to share your own dissertation 
subject - it is good practice for a PhD viva!

What's on

Jade Heyman and her poster presentation

Wolfson Research Event

26/04/2019 at 11.00

The Wolfson Research Event is an 'intellectual box of chocolates', taking place in Spring since 2011.

Man reading newspaper by Adeolu Eletu/Unsplash

Making Robots Public: News coverage of Artificial Intelligence in the United Kingdom

26/04/2019 at 17.30

A report on the findings of three empirical studies of news coverage of Artificial Intelligence (AI).

The Digital Person

The Digital Person: A Symposium 2019

30/04/2019 at 10.00

Presented by the HAT (Hub of All Things) Community Foundation and Wolfson College.


Humanities Lecture - India: An Idiosycratic Democracy

30/04/2019 at 17.45

India is widely regarded as the world’s largest democracy and, certainly, democratic practices within it are strongly developed with elections held at every level of government and, it often seems, every other week. Yet India’s social order remains marked by hierarchy, patriarchy and casteism and it is among the most economically unequal societies on earth. How do we explain this paradox and what do Indians themselves understand by the concept of democracy?

Delhi parade

Lunchtime Seminar - 'Ordering Disorder': War, Migration and Urban Space in Delhi, 1939-1955

01/05/2019 at 13.00

This talk urges the importance of 1940s—South Asia’s most turbulent decade—as fundamental to understanding South Asian cityscapes.