Celebrating Success: Henry Worsley
Congratulations to Pembroke Student Henry Worsley (2021, History and Italian), who won the ‘Mrs Claude Beddington Modern Languages Prize’ for his performance in Italian prelims! We've asked Henry to share his experience studying at Oxford and managing his workload as a first-year student.
European Rowing Championships Gold for Alumna Erin Kennedy
Our warmest congratulations to Pembroke alumna and GB rowing cox Erin Kennedy MBE (2011, History and English) whose team won gold at the European Rowing Championships in Munich this August. We wish her the very best for her continued treatment and look forward to following her sporting journey in years to come.
Alumni Weekend 2022
We were pleased to welcome over 100 Pembrokians back to College for our annual Alumni Weekend, which included a 50th Anniversary lunch for 1970-72 Matriculants, a College Treasures Talk with the Librarian, and a service of prayer and thanksgiving for Her Late Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.
New Book Published by Pembroke Fellow Barnabas Aspray
We are delighted to share that Dr Barnabas Aspray has published his first monograph with CUP. Titled Ricœur at the Limits of Philosophy: God, Creation, and Evil, the book explores the thought of one of the twentieth century’s greatest religious philosophers.
The Future of Human Rights Seminar Series with Pembroke’s Fulbright Visiting Professor Alison Brysk
Since 1999, Pembroke College has been hosting a visiting scholar each year as part of the Fulbright programme. This Trinity Term we were delighted to welcome Professor Alison Brysk as our Fulbright Visiting Professor.
Celebrating Success: Maggie Wang
Congratulations to Pembroke Student Maggie Wang (2019, History and Economics) who was awarded two University prizes for her performance in Finals! Maggie also wrote a poetry pamphlet during her time at Oxford, this can be purchased on the London Review Bookshop website.
Book Launch: Ricœur at the Limits of Philosophy
A fresh and provocative look at one of the twentieth century’s greatest religious thinkers. The book presents French philosopher Paul Ricœur’s unique insights on the finite human quest for ultimate reality.
The Future of Human Rights: The Future of Accountability
This series will explore lessons and debates from a generation of human rights scholarship as a dialogue between Fulbright Visiting Professor Alison Brysk and UK colleagues. This second seminar will ask how we can gain greater accountability for human rights abuse in a globalizing world.