The Human Social Political Sciences Magazine

Silverstreet offers the first online magazine written by and for HSPS students, as well as a range of academics, intellects and aspiring journalists from across Cambridge.

WE ARE OPEN MINDED

Welcome to the first faculty magazine for the Human, Social and Political Sciences at Cambridge University.

WE ARE INTERDISCIPLINARY

Our termly issues explore areas in Archaeology, Anthropology, Politics, Sociology, and Psychology.

WE ARE DIFFERENT

Our magazine brings together students and academics, brainwaves and cutting-edge research, and news and debate to generate fresh analysis.

Archive

Community

Lent 2017's issue features various great pieces from Cambridge academics and students, on topics ranging from whether community can ever truly exist online by Dr John Naughton to the relationship between resistance and public space by Jun Pang.

Wordless

Wordless delves into the study of language, ethnicity and labels, to raise deep, provocative and insightful comments about human nature.

Lost Generation

The theme for our 4th edition is Lost Generation, in which we explore various fields of politics, international relations, anthropology, archaeology and sociology through student led activism, political campaigning and investigative research.

Beginnings

In Edition Three, Silverstreet explores themes from the dawn of the anthropocene, agriculture in East Asia and contemporary cave painting.

Journey

Edition Two ventures to the frontier, the CCP, and the thought process of Hobbes on the nature of our shoes.

Revolutions

The first edition released by Silverstreet in 2014, covering Mexican resistance fighters, complexities of self-identities and twerking.

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