Welcome to The Thinking Cap, the interactive blog of the PICT Student Ambassador Program (SAP). Run entirely by university students from around the world, the SAP is a platform for students to debate issues in higher education, place them in specific social and political contexts, and share them with the broader PICT community.
by Benjamin Devin (London, UK) THE National Gallery exhibition, Dürer’s Journeys: Travels of a Renaissance Artist (November 2021-February 2022), offered a refreshingly sophisticated exploration of Albrecht
by Sanzhar Akayev (Moscow, Russia) Contemporary universities occupy an important yet peculiar place in our societies, serving as intersections of various intellectual, scientific, and economic
by Nikolaas Deketelaere (Paris, France) We are more than a year into what the American poet Paul Monette (1945-1995) called “the calamity,” referring to the
Image: Claire Fontaine, “They Hate Us For Our Freedom” (2008) by Emily Laurent-Monaghan This conversation with Samir Gandesha, public intellectual and professor of Humanities at