Woolf College

Woolf College is a purpose built accommodation for postgraduate students and includes a 480 seat lecture theatre.

It is named after one of the major English novelists and public intellectuals of the 20th century - Virginia Woolf.

Virginia Woolf was a regular visitor to Kent, notably to Sissinghurst (the home of Vita Sackville-West).

She was also known to convalesce at Moat House in Blean, on the outskirts of Canterbury, and wrote 'that even compared with Florence and Venice there is no lovelier place in the world than Canterbury'.

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Master

Dr Jonathan Friday
Room: B3-22 
Darwin College
Tel: 01227 823049
E-mail: darwinandwoolfcollege@kent.ac.uk

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