Blogging Academia

This page is meant as a resource for people looking for academic blogs and academic bloggers who focus on fashion and self-presentation in academia. I’ll be keeping this page updated with academic blogs and academic bloggers — all you need to do is leave a comment with your name(s), the name of your blog, and your url and I’ll link you up here.

Remember also to grab the button (there’s the html for you!), display it on your site with pride, and help this little community stick together!

Blogging Academia
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Martina from The Life Academic

Whitney from Between the Lines

Kelly from Elegantly Academic

Mel from In Doctorly Fashion

Clara from The Educated Life

Heather from Embracing your inner cupcake

Emily from Academia Sartorial

Cynthia from Be Fabulous Daily

Lili from Relatable Style

Karen from Pearls of Wisdom: The Professor is In

Anna from Four Seasons One Wardrobe

Emily from Lovely and Literate

Hannah from She Could be a Pharmer in Those Clothes

Rhoda from Mrs. Hahn Daydreams

Gayle from Pemberley Rose

Amy from BiblioMOMia

Laura from Teaching Days

Dr. and ABD from Nota Bene

Miss B from Missing in Academia

Jenn from Complex Cardigans

S. from Narrowly Tailored

Denise from Denise’s planet, codes, and secrets

Emily from Sartoriography

Chalkdust and Boots

Ashlee from Casual and Clueless

Jess from Consume or Consumed

For there she was.

Jeanne from About Jeanne

GenkiOriana from Beauty Raid

Materfamilias from materfamilias writes

M from An Epic Battle in High Heels

Wini from Still Reading Picture Books

Nina from Sweet Disarray

Libby Dear from Hello, Libby Dear

Teachers Have Lives, Too!

Terri from Rags against the Machine

Jessica from Fine Feathers, Fine Birds

Carla from Teach in Style

Kate and Ashley from Tale of 2 Teachers

Melissa from Teaching Fashionista

Blog of the Living Z

Bonnie from Mini Me Style

Simply Sarah

Anne from The Frump Factor

Jennifer from Librarian for Life Style

Theses and Threads

Marissa from The Modern Austen

Nathalie from Earnestyle

130 Responses to “Blogging Academia”

  1. Maphenduka Mkhosana at 7:49 am #

    Dr Makhosi Khoza provides a moral leadership compass to South African leadership dilemma.She is bold, courageous and fearless. As PhD graduate she deserves presidential position as the first South African black president with moral intergrity.

    • Maphenduka MKHOSANA at 2:08 am #

      THE REPERCUSSIONS OF COVID-19 PANDEMIC.

      Never in the history of mankind has the impact of a disease been so rapid,so lethal and so contagious than this global Covid-19.It has brought untold sorry and misery that cannot be comparable to the normal conventional warfare in terms of the sharpness of curve of casualties.It has brought a standstill all human activities: international sporting games,leagues,church gatherings,parties,mass funerals,schooling,rallies,mass court cases,parliamentary processes,weddings and everything about mass meetings.

      In an attempt to buy time for medical scientists to find curative vaccine,the public had to adhere to social distancing precautions.Hence the prohition of mass gatherings.

      Amid this dark cloud,leadership wisdom in SA shone like a bright star declaring a national lockdown as a disaster management model to curb the rapid spread of this virus.For this,my leader earned recognition by UNO.

      Before,my VOTE was staggering: not sure whom to vote for.But now ,I have made up my mind.It is my open secret that I will vote for the leader of this ruling party.He has shown profound wisdom to safe this country from catastrophic wreaking havoc which could have befallen this country had it not been for his brilliant wisdom.

      And now ,why the rating agencies rate us to junk status in this tough time.Surely,they should have postponed to times of normalities.Underrating us was like kicking a dead horse.They should have been remorseful and postpone it to times of favourable climate.But our leader was undisturbed to put into priority that which is of service to the nation……”The right to life”.Economics is secondary issue.The right to life supersedes all other human rights.It is a primary fundamental right.My dear president did not take off his eyes from the ball.Well done!You have my VOTE.My vote is persuaded by LOGIc and not by EMOTIONS.

      Rgards
      M.MKHOSANA

  2. Nicole at 9:42 pm #

    I am Nicole Mölders, 50+, married, one cat, no kids, fashion, and science enthusiast living in College, Alaska. I am professor of atmospheric sciences. I blog about Alaska lifestyle, science related to clothes and Alaska, as well as fashion and style for midlife women. My blog is called High Latitude Style as a reference to the high latitude I live at. Here is the link http://www.highlatitudestyle.com

  3. Robert at 11:13 am #

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  4. Amanda Rico at 6:29 pm #

    Hello/Bonjour! My name is Amanda Renee and my blog, academiquechic.com, asks why smart women can’t love fashion and provides a unique perspective on being an academic, mother, and fashion-lover. Feel free to stop by and comment, share, and like at your leisure! 🙂

  5. professorfunnybones at 9:29 am #

    Hello, Great work here! I hope you will consider adding my blog to your list.
    I’m looking for true stories from the world of academia. thanks!
    https://campusvisitstories.wordpress.com/

  6. Jonathan Ferguson at 6:20 am #

    By the way, where do I paste your link into? Not sure how to make buttons. Or do you know a link which tells me? Sorry, I’m new to this function in WordPress, and haven’t found this info elsewhere.

  7. Jonathan Ferguson at 6:09 am #

    Jonathan Ferguson: Jonathan 1723 https://jonathan1723.wordpress.com/

  8. phdfashionista at 1:07 am #

    Hello!
    My name is Andrea and I am a graduate student in biochemistry at Ucla! I run a fashion blog called PhD Fashionista that I post daily stylish outfits I wear to lab, presentations, conferences in addition to makeup tutorials, outfits for going out, and more! Ucla has strict lab safety rules with what you can wear, and I try to come up with looks that are appropriate and stylish!
    http://www.phdfashionista.com

  9. The S.A. at 2:16 pm #

    STYLISH ACADEMIC is a blog that features trends, styles and tips for graduate students and academic researchers.

    I am Tee Ola, a PhD student at Warwick University, studying digital media and culture. However, I also love to look good to conferences, class presentations and even the library.

    Blog Name: Stylish Academic

    URL: http://stylishacademic.wordpress.com

  10. The S.A. at 2:13 pm #

    Name: Tee Ola

    Blog Name: Stylish Academic

    URL: http://stylishacademic.wordpress.com

  11. fivesouth at 3:33 pm #

    Hi, I am a recovering psychology Ph.D. blogging about my experiences transitioning out of academia and into industry and the “real world.” A lot of my posts focus on my sartorial choices and adjustments to post-graduate life: http://fivesouth.wordpress.com

  12. IVY DARTEY at 1:56 pm #

    am a graduate student in educational innovation and leadership science. l blog about any thing education and fashion

  13. IVY DARTEY at 12:46 pm #

    new here. who is there

  14. Sam at 11:11 am #

    I’m probably pretty late to the party, but if anybody is interested I’ve recently started a blog as well. My name is Sam, and I’m a graduate student in the sciences. I blog about everything from science to style, food, and travel, as well as about life and how I cope with the stresses of academia. You can find me at http://www.thatcuriouscat.blogspot.com

    I can’t wait to check out all of these blogs by fellow academics!

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  16. Maphenduka Mkhosana at 11:37 am #

    BRAND FETISHISM AS A DETERMINER FOR YOUTH IDENTITY PERSONALITY.

    The dilemma a cat would have to choose between a milk and meat is the same as the township youth are to choose between brand names and pornography.I would argue that their obsession with brand names supersedes their erotic fetishism.Is it culture-specific that the township youth of my locality call each other by the brand names they wear? Is it done elsewhere that youth show off their brand name logos even those below the collars ?That is what I have observed.Even those from poor communities wear expensive brand name and live Sikhotane lifestyle in order to gain social acceptance and recognition by others.Those who cannot afford are called by inferior name labels.Why choosing this expensive lifestyle?

  17. Dean at 7:21 am #

    How about some of your academic fashionistas posting some of your lectures in The Lecture Vault?!

  18. bakersmith282 at 3:00 am #

    Great Work!!!
    Academic blogging has become a rising trend these days. However, there are several online libraries where people can get help for their academic tasks. Such libraries are very effective for people who work as well. I use one library for my academic tasks, which http://www.researchomatic.com

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  21. children's Academics at 1:48 pm #

    Wow! I love this blog..Nice articles,contents and resources for improving one academically. Keep it up@ thelifeacademic

  22. Tiffany at 2:25 pm #

    I love fashion and I love to teach. Check out my blog!! http://fashionablycuteteacher.blogspot.com/

  23. Daenel (@DaenelT) at 11:39 am #

    Hi, I’m Daenel T., an academic librarian, and I blog at http://livingoutsidethestacks.com

  24. Tolu at 7:05 pm #

    Hi! I was a classroom teacher for nine years and recently became a full-time college professor who teaches prospective teachers. I recently started a fashion blog, which is located here:

    officehoursblog.tumblr.com

  25. Brian Lassen at 10:20 am #

    Please allow my blog to join.

    My angle on academic learning is my passion investigating the paradoxes.
    The blog explore the possible roots of the idealistic, social, and historical conflicts between philosophy in science and values in academic education.

  26. Academic Dissertation at 12:37 am #

    I am searching for my assignment and found your blog post ( Blogging Academia ) on google search your post is informative an give me lots knowledge for my current assignment thanks for sharing such a wonderful information keep updating share the knowledge whole world including me.

  27. Zil at 10:07 am #

    How do I get added to this list? I have a new blog and I’m just figuring things out, but I am having fun and hope to continue.

  28. the phd pimpernel at 5:13 am #

    Although not in Fashion, I am working in the arts and I’d love a link up – thank you
    http://thephdpimpernel.wordpress.com

  29. gaudeamusacademia at 9:52 am #

    gaudeamusacademia, How to publish in journals, http://howtopublishinjournals.com/

  30. gopi at 2:14 am #

    Hi MOI its a nice blog its very useful for create a new blog im very proud of you keep up your wok doing <a href "http://www.thesisindia.com/ "title="Research and Analysis"

  31. Sarah Ghoshal at 10:54 am #

    If you’re updating, I would love to be included here! “Thoughts On Higher Education, Writing and Communication” professorghoshal.blogspot.com

  32. Thessaly at 9:36 am #

    It looks like this list isn’t updated anymore (but just in case it is!), I’m ABD and I just started up a lifestyle blog here http://overcomesomeday.blogspot.com/

  33. Claudia at 5:32 am #

    In my excitement, I forgot to leave the important details. My blog is Proper Tension – propertension.blogspot.com

  34. Claudia at 1:20 pm #

    Suddenly I feel like I’ve found my tribe! My blog often features what I’m wearing to teach that day (I try to be consistent about posting) in addition to the other tensions I’m trying to navigate. I also happen to teach fashion writing, so I’m doubly pleased to discover this.

  35. asmcl at 9:48 am #

    Hi! I just started my blog: http://fashionfundamentals.wordpress.com/ and would love to be added to the group. There’s not much up yet; my goal is to post at least once a week. I’m ABD so we’ll see how that goes. I look forward to exploring all of your blogs!

    • asmcl at 10:34 am #

      Um… “Fashion Fundamentals” was short-lived, replaced by the more general (but still fashion-friendly) “Tenure Trek” blog, because now I’m on it! tenuretrek.wordpress.com

  36. Becca C. at 6:52 pm #

    Hi! I don’t know if this is still open, but I am a fresh grad who believes in the power of education and it’s role in progress. I’ve had experience seeing people who don’t have any resources to go to universities (I live in a third-world country), and how they still have a burning desire to learn. What we do have is access to the internet. So I started my blog where people can get free educational resources and material for specialized subjects (Psychology, Organic Chemistry, Botany, etc.) and am in the process of expanding. I hope to share it with as many people as I can. Thanks and hope I can make it to your list! 🙂

  37. Nathalie at 10:22 am #

    So glad I came across this series! My blog documents the feminine, classic, and sometimes trendy looks of an ordinary Miami gal (me!) who loves a good bargain. So its focus isn’t entirely looks suitable for academic occupations, but as a first-year grad student (I start on Wednesday), I’m definitely going to be featuring more of those looks in the future. In fact, my last post is called “Work to Weekend Wear”. Also, my style in general is modest enough that most of my looks might work for academia.

    You decide if I’m worthy of being included in this series. Let me know. 🙂

    Earnestyle

    • martinalynne at 7:32 pm #

      I’m so glad you found us, too! I’ll add you straightaway — just be sure to pop the button up on your site! Welcome welcome.

      • Nathalie at 10:06 pm #

        Thanks so much! 🙂

  38. Marissa at 7:00 pm #

    I am THRILLED that I’m discovering such fashionable and creative academic/teacher bloggers out there. As I enter my first year of teaching, I hope that my new blog can serve as inspiration to other academically-driven ladies, as many blogs (such as this one) have inspired me! I hope that I can be a part of this list–I would love to participate.
    -Marissa @ The Modern Austen

    • martinalynne at 9:44 am #

      Great! I’ll get you linked up asap. So glad to have you on board!

      • Marissa at 4:35 pm #

        Thanks so much! I appreciate it. 🙂

  39. Theses Threads at 1:07 pm #

    Let the linking begin! Thanks so much for doing this. I would love to participate!

    http://thesesandthreads.blogspot.com/

  40. Asilia at 3:48 pm #

    Am I allowed to be included in this as a high school student? I blog about both battling the jeans-and-a-tee, typical high-school look and my experiences as a high school student in a competitive public school.
    Asilia

  41. Love this! I’m an academic librarian, and I’d love to be included. 🙂

    • martinalynne at 1:03 pm #

      Great! I’ll pop your name right up! Just be sure to grab the button for your site when you get a chance. So glad to have you on board!

  42. I’ve been following you on Bloglovin’ forever and can’t believe I just found this list. I teach pre-English 101 (ESL and Developmental English) in the Community College. Though I don’t blog about academia a lot — this is my release — I do feel a special kinship with other academic bloggers. I think we “get” each other, if this makes sense! I’d be honored to link up. Thanks!

    • martinalynne at 9:52 pm #

      Well, of course we’ve got to link you up! Just pop the button up on your site when you get a chance. So glad to have you on board!

  43. Simply sarah at 10:28 am #

    Hi I work at a college and a great deal of my blog speaks to professional wear for such environments! I’d love to link up!

    • martinalynne at 11:37 am #

      Great! You’re on the list — so glad to have you on board! Just be sure to pop the button up on your site when you get a chance. Welcome welcome!

  44. Hi there! I’m a second year PhD student/graduate lecturer. On my blog (www.minimestyle.com) I feature both casual and work appropriate looks. I’d love to join this community!

    • martinalynne at 10:27 am #

      Awesome! I’ll link you up momentarily — so glad to have you on board! Just pop the button up on your site when you get a chance. Welcome welcome!

  45. livingdeadz at 12:51 am #

    Blog of the living Z.

    It’s my pressure valve, whining about how miserable I am as a PhD student.

    Not very… cheery. Or inspiring. But hopefully us depressed souls can feel a little bit better after each rant.

    • martinalynne at 10:41 pm #

      Hey, not cheery is not a problem — I’m happy to welcome your perspective to the fold (and lord knows, I’m not always cheery about the job myself). So you’re up and linked — just make sure to pop the button on your site when you get the chance if you haven’t already. Sorry, by the way, that it took me so long to get you linked; I’ve been wrapping up my quarter, so you know just how crazy things can get!

  46. melissa at 5:11 pm #

    Link me up! Fabulous..Come by and check out Teaching Fashionista

    • martinalynne at 5:42 pm #

      Great! We’re glad to have you. You’re on the list, so just be sure to pop the button on your site when you get a chance. Welcome welcome!

  47. Kate Kindall at 6:52 pm #

    We would love to be added to the list 🙂 This is such a great site!
    Kate and Ashley at http://taleof2teachers.blogspot.com/

    • martinalynne at 8:12 am #

      Of course! We’re so happy to have you two on board! Just be sure to pop the button up on your site when you get a chance. So glad you found us!

  48. Teach in Style at 6:34 am #

    This is a great resource! Please add my blog to the list! http://teachinstyle.wordpress.com/
    -Carla

    • martinalynne at 7:16 pm #

      Great! We’re happy to have you — just be sure to grab the button for your site at some point. Welcome welcome!

  49. Jessica at 8:18 am #

    Wow. What a great resource. I wish I had found this earlier. I run a blog about my life in grad school at WordPress and just recently started a style blog (feathersandbirds.blogspot.com). I’d love to be added to this great group, and I already grabbed the button.

    • martinalynne at 8:31 am #

      Awesome! We’re so happy to have you on board — it thrills me to see so many academics having these conversations.

  50. Terri (@RagsMachine) at 7:28 pm #

    Well, I’m not quite retired yet and would like to be added to this list. http://ragsagainstthemachine.com

    I teach composition, literature, and creative writing at a community college in the midwest.

    • martinalynne at 10:56 pm #

      Great! We’re glad to have you. I’ll update the list to include you straight away; just be sure to throw the badge up on your site so that we can all stay connected!

  51. akiresc at 10:11 pm #

    Hi!! I’ve recently found your blog (through whitney’s above) and I love it! This page is such a great idea, I’ve been searching for blogs that are similar to mine…teaching and fashion.
    I’m a high school science teacher in San Francisco, and a clothes horse. I’d love to be a part of this community of stylish academics!

    teachershavelivestoo.com

    • martinalynne at 9:16 am #

      Wonderful! I’ll add you right now — I love having more high school teachers involved; you guys are troopers! Just pop the button up on your page when you get a chance and join the party!

  52. hellolibbydear at 12:38 pm #

    Hello!

    I’m a middle school writing teacher, social worker, and aspiring school leader. I recently started a blog about my teacher life and style and would love to be added to your distinguished group.

    • martinalynne at 1:15 pm #

      Distinguished? Who knows… But happy to have you with us? Definitely!

  53. sweetdisarray at 11:09 am #

    Love~ your blog! My name is Nina and I’m a graduate student studying English lit. I have a style blog at http://sweetdisarray.com where I write about, among other things, the experience of dressing up at the university. Thanks!

  54. Thanks for making this list – I’ve totally added it to my blog 🙂

  55. M. at 8:16 am #

    Hi, I’m M. of An Epic Battle in High Heels and my url is http://sfeslaysthebeast.blogspot.com

    Thanks, Martina!

    • martinalynne at 8:47 am #

      Wonderful! You’re on — just grab the button when you have a chance and pop it up on your site. Welcome welcome!

  56. materfamilias at 7:31 am #

    What a great resource! I just stumbled across you this morning (through Frump Factor’s Bloggers Twitter List) and will be back both to discover new academic blogs and to spend more time reading yours. I’m an academic who blogs about my life in general — fashion is part of that, so’s my granddaughter, the opera, gardening, knitting, half-marathon training, etc. Thrilled to have more company in this enterprise.

    • martinalynne at 10:18 am #

      Wonderful! I’m linking you up, so just pop the button on your blog when you get a chance and more’s the better! Welcome welcome indeed.

  57. GenkiOriana at 8:50 am #

    Awesome! Thanks for the easy to find list– I’ll add it to my blog roll. I’m a teacher as well, although I don’t know about the academic content of my blog per se. 😉 GenkiOriana from Beauty Raid: http://www.beautyraid.com

    I’ll grab the graphic and put it up now. 🙂

  58. jean at 9:36 pm #

    Nice!!…I love reading blogs of academic..link me please…http://aboutjeanne.wordpress.com/

  59. LNR at 8:41 am #

    Oh my goodness! BEST IDEA EVER. I’m in! I read essays on Virginia Woolf and domesticity for fun AND for work. Not sure how much more academic I could get. Also, I teach Rhetoric.

    http://iwouldvestolenachillesheart.blogspot.com

    • martinalynne at 9:56 am #

      Haha — great! I think you’ve hit the academia trifecta: reading for fun, reading for work, teaching rhet/comp. Welcome aboard — just be sure to grab the button when you get a chance!

      • LNR at 4:56 pm #

        Done and done! =D

  60. jesspgh at 3:08 pm #

    I’d love to link up and put up a badge if there is still the option to do so. I am so glad to have found this group!

  61. Ashlee at 5:53 am #

    Can I still link up? I am excited to find this list! It truly is difficult to find “fashion” blogs for women who can’t wear mini-skirts to work! Thanks for doing this!

  62. Chalkdust and Boots at 5:48 am #

    Hi! So many of my favorite bloggers are here! I’m a recently minted Ph.D. in Sanskrit literature teaching high-school foreign languages. I’d love to be part of this lovely group!

    Chalkdust and Boots

    chalkdustandboots.blogspot.com

  63. Emily at 8:55 pm #

    This is such a great resource! Now I know how to find all my nerds in once place. I’d love to be included.

    -Emily

    http://sartoriography.wordpress.com

  64. Denise at 4:23 pm #

    Hi! I finished my Master’s in British history, politics and culture this year, as well as in French literature… could you please link me up? Thanks!
    I’ll add the badge now! Your blog is very nice and this idea is excellent!

  65. Thanks for putting this list together! Would you mind adding me at your leisure?

    narrowly-tailored.com

  66. Jenn at 12:28 pm #

    I’m a HS math teacher and was wondering if I could be added. I’m not in the college realm and don’t know if that matters.

    Jenn
    http://complexcardigans.blogspot.com

  67. Dr. at 3:01 pm #

    Hi, could you add our anonymously-written blog Nota Bene at latinforpayattenetion.tumblr.com?
    Thanks,
    “Dr.” and “ABD”

  68. Fabulous resource for academic style bloggers! I’m a life sciences grad student and would love to be added.

  69. Gayle at 11:14 pm #

    What a great concept! I’ve been looking for a group/blog roll like this. I would be honored to be linked up too (I’m a senior in college and a future English teacher!). Thank you!

  70. Rhoda at 7:55 pm #

    This is so great! I’d love to hook up with everyone here! I’ve added the button to my blog, and here’s my link:

    http://mrshahndaydreams.blogspot.com/

    Thanks so much!

  71. Hannah at 4:59 pm #

    What an awesome idea! I’m a grad student, so I’d love to be linked up!

    shecouldbeapharmer.blogspot.com

  72. Emily at 7:31 pm #

    Great Idea — I’m not sure if I’m “academic” enough but my blog is mostly literature + fashion. If it makes the cut, I’d love to be linked up!

  73. This is a great idea!!! Please link me up and thanks for organizing this.

  74. Karen Kelsky at 11:31 am #

    This is awesome! My blog is Pearls of Wisdom, on my site The Professor Is In.http://theprofessorisin.com

  75. martinalynne at 5:38 pm #

    Okay, I updated the html — it looks like the smart quotes were getting us, but I fixed them to straight quotes and have learned my lesson about thinking I’m smarter than my computer. Just make sure when you paste it in that you’re using plain text with straight quotes, not fancy text with curved quotes. Thanks for your patience, all!

  76. academiaemily at 11:05 am #

    I’m an administrator in an intensive ESL program at a state university, which gives me a little more leeway with my clothes than people in research-heavy programs, but it’s definitely an academic job. Link me up!

  77. Heather at 11:01 am #

    Hurray! I love finding other academics on the web, and I’d love to be included on the list!

  78. Kelly at 6:32 am #

    The badge doesn’t appear to be working on my blog 😦 Although, it could just be my terrible laptop. I’ll double check it tomorrow at uni …

    Kelly @
    Elegantly Academic

    • martinalynne at 6:48 am #

      Let me know if it still doesn’t work for you. I’m having no trouble, but I’m no expert at these things, so it would be totally possible that my html is faulty.

      • academiaemily at 5:42 pm #

        I can’t get it to work on mine either. Not sure what’s going on.

    • martinalynne at 9:47 pm #

      Okay, I updated the html. Let’s hope I succeeded this time!

      • It doesn’t work for me either 😦 I also noticed that when I copy the html, it’s different for what it says on your site ^^ I tried to tweak it to my best abilities (which are limited) but couldn’t get it to work.

  79. Clara at 9:30 pm #

    I work in academia, although I don’t talk about it much on my blog, but I love reading blogs from other academics and would be honored to be included on the list.

    http://www.theeducatedlife.com

  80. Mel at 7:44 pm #

    Great idea!! Link me up, Martina! 🙂

  81. Kelly at 7:23 pm #

    Awesome idea … link me up too, please!

    Kelly @
    Elegantly Academic

  82. Whitney at 5:37 pm #

    I love this idea! Link me up!

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