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Social Media Hub

The social media hub is an overview of some of the activity happening on the Facebook and Twitter accounts from across the University of Oxford. 

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Here is a (very small) selection of blogs by staff at the University of Oxford. To request an addition to this page, or change the current information, please contact

21st Century challenges and opportunities


  • Oxford Today
    Oxford Today blogs are an online-only feature, written by and for Oxonians! We currently have eight blogs covering a variety of topics and themes, updated on a monthly basis.

Bodleian Libraries

  • Bodleian blogs
    Dozens of engaging blogs kept by members of library staff, providing content on a broad range of subjects.


  • Balliol Archives & Manuscripts
    Notes, frequently asked questions and useful links from the Archivist and Curator of Manuscripts at Balliol College 

  • Exeter College's 'Cohen Quadrangle'
    On 17 March 2010, Exeter College purchased Ruskin College’s campus on Walton Street. It will become Exeter’s 'third quad' in the heart of Oxford, named 'Cohen Quadrangle'. You can follow the development of the site at

  • Kellogg College
    Fellows, students, alumni, and staff share insights and opinions, providing a forum for discussion for researchers, academics and students across the breadth of academic disciplines that Kellogg represents.

  • Lady Margaret Hall
    Hell's Passage: The Principal's blog. Alan Rusbridger's 'introduction to Oxford in several chapters'.
  • Master of St Peter’s blog
    Mark Damazer CBE is the Master of St Peter's College  and a former controller of BBC Radio 4 and BBC Radio 7.


  • SBS blogs
    Blogs from students at the Saïd Business School.

Creative Writing

  • Master's in Creative Writing
    Oxford University’s MSt in Creative Writing blog - a resource for Oxford events, calls for submission, competitions, news, interviews and more.

Early career academic outreach network

  • Oxford Early Career Academic Outreach Network blog
    The Oxford Early Career Academic Outreach Network was founded in 2013 by Dr James Castell & Dr Eleanor David, two University of Oxford fixed-term early career academics who were managing portfolio careers that included professional outreach work.
    The Network aims to connect early career academics (DPhil students, postdocs or fixed-term lecturers from any subject area) with opportunities to do schools outreach in Oxford and further afield, as well as to provide them with appropriate training opportunities and recognition for their work at an institutional level. This network, which celebrated its first birthday in MT 2014, is intended to complement, not replace, current training provision elsewhere within the collegiate University and facilitates communication between the early career academic community and schools outreach projects across Oxford.
    If you are enthusiastic about widening access to higher education in general and the University of Oxford in particular, then please sign up now to be added to our database


  • Stylisticienne
    Stylisticienne (Fr, ‘one who specialises in stylistics’).  I am a Fellow by Special Election and Lecturer in English at St Edmund Hall, University of Oxford.  I teach Old English and Middle English Literature, as well as Prelims Paper 1 Section A ‘Approaches to Language’. 


  • Practical Ethics News
    A daily ethical analysis of the latest developments in science, technology and other current affairs. Features authors from Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics, Oxford Martin School and Future of Humanity Institute.

Forced migration

  • Forced Migration Online: Blog
    John Pilbeam, Sean Loughna, Kirsty Lothian and Mike Cave from the Refugee Studies Centre provide information on the work of Forced Migration Online and discuss issues regarding human displacement.


  • Adventures on the Bookshelf
    A blog for students and teachers of Years 11 to 13, and anyone else with an interest in French language and culture. From the Oxford University Modern Languages Faculty.


International Development

  • Debating Development
    Debating Development is a conversational blog from researchers and research students at the Oxford Department of International Development (ODID). The blog aims to promote conversation within ODID, as well as dialogue between the department and those interested in our work, on the issues we are researching. These include economic growth and instability, trade and investment, poverty and inequality, insecurity and conflict, the history of social and political change, migration and refugees, global governance and the environment, and children and human development.

  • Young Lives - The Child Poverty and Development blog
    The Young Lives blog aims to promote conversation between Young Lives and partners in our four study countries of Ethiopia, India, Peru and Vietnam, as well as dialogue between the study and those interested in our work, regionally and internationally.

IT Services

  • IT Services blogs
    Latest updates from Oxford University Computing Services.

  • Director's Cut
    Dr Stuart Lee, Deputy CIO IT Services, blogs about IT-related issues of concern to the wider University community.

  • Erewhon Project
    Blogging the progress of the Erewhon project for creating a geolocation database for Oxford University and pursuing the goal of improving mobile access to Oxford's resources.

  • OpenSpires
    World class open educational resources.


Medical Sciences

Oxford Internet Institute (OII)

Politics and International Relations

  • Politics in Spires
    Politics in Spires is a collaborative effort between the Department of Politics and International Relations, University of Oxford and the Department of Politics and International Studies, University of Cambridge.

  • Blavatnik School of Government
    News and views from the Blavatnik School of Government community.


  • Astro Blog
    Latest research from the Astrophysics department and a wider round-up of astronomy news.

  • Oxford Protein Informatics Group
    Blog from the research group in the statistics department focusing on aspects of protein modelling, homology modelling, membrane proteins, sequence alignment, anti-bodies, and drug-discovery.

  • Oxford Science Blog
    Latest science news and views from the University's News Office.

Technology-Assisted Lifelong Learning

  • TALL Blog
    Multiple contributors from the Department for Continuing Education discussing Pedagogy, research in technology and learning, online courseware, e-learning, courses, projects and ICT.


  • Oxford Transport Network
    Sustainable transport issues in Oxfordshire from the Transport Studies Unit (in the School of Geography and the Environment).

  • Urban demographics
    Urban and Population issues, with special emphasis on transport and migration, from DPhil student Rafael Pereira.

Urban Development

  • Sustainable Urban Development Blog
    Students, alumni and staff from the Department for Continuing Education Sustainable Urban Development Programme share their ideas and experiences. 

Voltaire Foundation

  • Voltaire Foundation blog
    Latest updates from the Voltaire Foundation - a world leader for eighteenth-century scholarship and a research department of the University of Oxford.