Biblioblog Top 273, July 2009

Technically this monthly ranking is called the Biblioblog Top 50, but if you pay a visit, you’ll see why I decided to tweak it.

It is great to see that blogging scholars are such a vibrant force, not merely in the blogosphere but also in the academy. The number of bloggers who will also be presenters at the upcoming Society of Biblical Literature conference (recently described by one scholar as ‘the “San Diego Comic-Con” of the world of Biblical Scholarship’) in New Orleans is impressive. And among them, one in particular stands out: James Crossley will actually be offering a presentation on biblioblogging – or is it rather a performance by his band, N. T. Wrong and the Bibliobloggers?

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