Oxford blogs

Please note: I no longer live in Oxford and no longer update this list, except when people contact me. As such, it may include some blogs that are no longer active and it may exclude important new blogs. To suggest changes contact me.

I thought I should create a centralized listing of Oxford blogs, as a means of keeping track of the community. Blogs that don’t include enough information to categorize, based on a cursory examination, have been filed under ‘other.’ Blogs are added in the order I discover them. These have all been located through Technorati (a blog search engine) or through links on other Oxford blogs. Blogs that haven’t been updated in months will not be added, and should eventually be removed if present.

People who I’ve met:

  1. Godspelled
    Run by Tony Price, a priest from Oxford who I met at the first bloggers’ gathering.
  2. Antonia’s Blog
    This blog is run by Antonia Bance, Labour Party member and city counsellor in Oxford.
  3. TaylorOwen.com
    Run by a Canadian doctoral student in Oxford, primarily interested in security studies.
  4. Praesidium
    Blog run by Ben Saunders, who I met along with Robert Jubb and Antonia at the third bloggers’ gathering on 31 May 2006.


  1. but she’s a girl…
    Blog of a cool female photography and Mac geek, living in Oxford.
  2. Chocolate and Zucchini
    A blog about cooking with very nice pictures.
  3. OxBlog
    The off-the-cuff political commentary of David Adesnik, a 2000 Rhodes Scholar and graduate student in international relations at Oxford currently residing in Washington DC and Patrick Belton, a graduate student in international relations at Oxford.
  4. Danny Yee’s Oxford Blog
    Blog written by an Australian book reviewer.
  5. Baby Genie
    A blog about being a mum without all the answers


  1. The Virtual Stoa
    Blog run by Chris Brooke, a politics tutor at Magdalen College.
  2. Trade Diversion
    Commentary on development, globalization, and trade by Jonathan Dingel.
  3. Joyceyland
    Joyce Lau’s sporadic diary.

If you want your blog added to the list, just send me a message. Likewise, if you want the description of your blog amended.

Last updated: 2019-01-09

22 thoughts on “Oxford blogs”

  1. Made some changes:

    1) Moved ‘Badaude’ into the General section, as requested.

    2) Fixed the link to the first gathering, which was in pre-WordPress format.

    3) Fixed a dead link to Tony Price’s bio.

    4) Fixed a link to Taylor Owen’s bio. (People really should use stable URLs for these!)

  2. Actually, I am going to be a bit more aggressive and remove any blog not updated in the past year.

    Say goodbye to:

    1. Pandora’s Blog
      Run by Kate, who I met at the first Oxford Bloggers’ Gathering on October 29, 2005.
    2. Head in the Clouds
      Run by one of the Wadham College porters.
    3. Feroce
      A blog about books.
    4. KRS Adventures
      Blog run by Kristen Rosina.
    5. VyperTD
      Run by an Oxonian student of mathematics.
    6. John Kelly’s Voxford
      Blog by John Kelly, student of citizen journalism.
    7. Outside the Ivory Tower
      Blog of a former Oxford student, now living in Vancouver.
    8. Shaikley in the OX
      A blog run by Ali.
  3. Nice little blog, I came across this site looking for a UK Oxford blog, reading through this I take it you live in Canada. I did not realise there was another Oxford, apart from the famous University town.

  4. I attended the University of Oxford between 2005 and 2007. I started this blog to document that time, but it continued afterward.

  5. hi guys…actually this real an exciting blog, but i didn’t find other students of xford blogs, please give me solution to fing theys blog.

  6. Hi there!

    We’re a start-up blog of recent Oxford University graduate (MCR) alumni. Bodleian Blurts is a collaboration of recent alumni thesis abstracts, random musings, and other impulsive uttering. It’s our attempt to re-create an evening-in-the-MCR, with various perspectives, interests, and expertise. We’re a mishmash of studies, from a schizophrenia anthropologist, a classical archaeologist, a medievalist, a financial mathematician, and a Internet scholar. Our list of contributors grows daily! We hope you’re interested in our view into the academic whirlwind of the Oxford MCR!

    To Duke Humfrey’s and all that is dusty, musty, and glorious!

    Lady Hufflepuff

  7. hi Milan – just dropped by your list of Oxford blogs, in memory of old times…

    I think BSAG isn’t resident in Oxford any more – but she still writes a mean blog, when she gets around to it.

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