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The conference will take place at Wolfson College, Oxford. The college is for graduates only, from a variety of disciplines. It is located in North Oxford along the River Cherwell.

 

Conference accommodation

(for ease of access, we strongly recommend delegates book into the available Wolfson rooms)

Wolfson College is pleased to offer accommodation on-site for the conference in comfortable, modern single en-suite bedrooms. The price is £55 per night, inclusive of cooked breakfast in Hall. For further details and TO BOOK ONLINE go to:  https://www.wolfson.ox.ac.uk/gallery/bed-and-breakfast

First enter Promotional Code MME2019

Then enter your arrival and departure dates

Online availability is for the nights of 18/19/20/21 August

For additional nights or other enquiries, contact Wolfson Conference Office, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

History of Wolfson College

In 1965, the University of Oxford founded Iffley College. Later the same year Sir Isaiah Berlin was invited to be the College's first President. Through his efforts, generous benefactions were received from the Wolfson Foundation and the Ford Foundation, which enabled the College to include graduate students. The first of these were admitted in October 1968.

The College's buildings, designed by architects Powell and Moya, were ready for occupation in 1974 and the College received its Royal Charter in 1981.

Learn more by visiting the College website here.