There’s an article in The Chronicle about scholarly blogs, and it points to two lists of such blogs: Professors Who Blog and Henry Farrow‘s blogroll (see the lower right column of his main blog page). Henry notes in a recent blog post that his list almost only has social scientists and lawyers on it, because that’s his field. Likewise, the list of research blogs I maintain mostly, though not exclusively, lists humanities blogs.

I haven’t actually touched the research blogs list since February. There are so many academic blogs these days I don’t really feel the need to keep track of every single one in existence any more.

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