‘The brain is the last frontier of human biology. The functioning of the brain makes us what we are. The brain enables us survive as an individual and as a […]
Can a bad regime produce good art? Or any art at all? That’s the question that Dr Marion Kant asks in her course on art under the Nazis. Although the […]
The PKP Programme Assistants (PA) have been organising a packed schedule of activities for students, including a tour of Trinity College, a walk to Grantchester, sports games, club nights, croquet, […]
It is ‘boom time’ for the Bloomsbury group, with a new burst of public interest in the lives and work of its members. This influential set of intellectuals continues to […]
A few shots of the sights of Cambridge by current PKP student Rachel Yeung. Follow her on Instagram @rachelbritish.
On Sunday Pembroke College hosted a cream tea for students to enjoy. The Thomas Gray Room was full of sandwiches, scones, cakes and tea, ready for a very English treat: […]
War, disease and famine. Financial crashes. Domestic crises and collective crises. Professor Jonathan Steinberg’s course on European History is far from cheerful. ‘We are studying subjects that no single human being […]
What is socio-cultural anthropology? Is it simply the study of people? Is it any social or cultural study based around fieldwork? Or is it something far more complex? In her […]
PKP student Collin Palmer reflects on his first week in the UK: My first day abroad was everything that I could have hoped for, imagined, or expected. Truly, I experienced […]
A few photos from the recent PKP trip to London, courtesy of student Steven Le.