Tuesday, April 6, 2010

(Top) Ranking BiblioBloggers: 1st Quarter 2010

Alexa Rated, Jeremy Thompson Top Ranked, 
(Women) BiblioBloggers
(in blog title alphabetical order)

Tia Lynn Abandon Image

P. W. Dunn, Jeremy Barrier, Annette Merz, Cathy Dunn Acta Pauli
Lisa, White Bear Girl aka Sophie Clucker Bible Study Connection

Ekaterini G. Tsalampouni Ιστολόγιο βιβλικών σπουδών / Biblical Studies Blog

Karyn Traphagen Boulders 2 Bits

Carolyn James Carolyn’s Reflections

Lao Shi (Jennifer ) Chiou 邱老師網 誌 Chioulaoshi Blog

Dorothy Peters Dorothy Peters’ Trinity Western University Faculty Blog

Cláudia Andréa Prata Ferreira Estudos Bíblicos

Mandy and Calvin Park The Floppy Hat

April DeConick Forbidden Gospels Blog

Daniel and Tonya Hebrew and Greek Reader

Brenda Heyink Joining in the Conversation
Judy Redman Judy’s research blog

Julia M. O’Brien Julia M. O’Brien

Cláudia Andréa Prata Ferreira Língua Hebraica

Matthew and Madeleine MandM

Deidre Richardson Men and Women in the Church

Jane Stranz Of life, laughter and liturgy . . .

Helen Ingram The Omega Course

Deirdre Good On Not Being a Sausage

Elisée Ouoba,  P. W. Dunn, Moussa Bongoyok, Richard Houmegni, Abel Ngarsoulede, Cathy Dunn Palabre

Rachel Marszalek Re-vis.e Re-form
Samantha L. Pascoe Scholarly Bound

Renita J. Weems Something Within.com

Waneta Dawn Submission Tyranny, in Church and Society

Suzanne McCarthy Suzanne’s Bookshelf

Kris and Jayna Lyle The Lyles

Megan Rohrer Transcript

Rachel Barenblat Velveteen Rabbi

Ashleigh & Jeremiah Bailey Walking Towards Jerusalem

Jocelyn Andersen Woman Submit! Christians & Domestic Violence

Meg Women In His Image

Cheryl Schatz Women in Ministry
Paula Fether Words of a Fether


Anonymous said...


J. K. Gayle said...

Rhetorical, really! (see Judy's comment @ the previous post)

Anonymous said...

Nice work! Besides some current favorites, there are several here that I've missed, even when I was trying to keep my eye "below the top 50" for Biblical Studies Carnival 51. I'll be checking them out.

(By the way, if anyone doubts that there's a systemic patriarchy that seeks to demean women's contributions to discourse and force women into prescribed, simplistic male-created roles? The Captcha for my comment to this post is, "teases." I mean, come on, already.)

J. K. Gayle said...

Welcome Brooke! Ugh, whata Captcha.

Ashleigh B said...

For some reason I didn't find this list until now, but 6 months late, I thought I should let you know that it's actually Ashleigh & Jeremiah Bailey at Walking Towards Jerusalem. I've been a Bailey for nearly a year now and was one during the first quarter of 2010. Just for clarity's sake, I thought I'd mention it. :o)

I was excited to make your list, and I'm equally excited to get to know some other female bloggers!

J. K. Gayle said...

Welcome here, Ashleigh. Thanks for noting the correction; the change has been made. Thanks for blogging and for your excitement!