Bibliobloggers Overwhelmingly Male and Goy

Latest analysis of the list of Bibliobloggers (out of a current total of 181 biblioblogs) reveals bibliobloggers are overwhelmingly likely to bemale and goy.

Maleness stats:

male_bibliobloggers

Goyness stats:

goy_bibliobloggers

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8 Responses to “Bibliobloggers Overwhelmingly Male and Goy”

  1. Polycarp said

    March 2, 2009 at 4:24 pmMy wife does participate every now and then, but generally on education issues.

    Frankly, I guess I don’t care if the blogger is male or goy.

  2. Danielandtonya said

    March 3, 2009 at 1:42 amWe brought up this gender issue some time ago in a post called ‘Boys’ Club’.

    What if one if Hispanic? That’s neither Anglo-American nor South-American.

  3. Biblioblogtop50 said

    March 3, 2009 at 3:34 pmAny Americans using English in their blogs got put in the Anglo-American category – even though we noted the odd Hispanic and Jewish biblioblogger among them. Ok, we admit, maybe it wasn’t 100% accurate – but it’s probably indicative.

  4. Chris said

    March 4, 2009 at 9:38 pmExcept country of origin does not indicate goyischness. One is a goy if they are a Gentile, a non-Jew. Last time I checked there were many, many Jews living in the Anglo-American piece of the pie.

    Now, it is true of course, that there are very few Jewish scholars blogging and very few blogs dealing with rabbinica and Jewish material. I have noted this before and while there are a few (and a few more have come to my attention lately, I am sure there are more) I would love to see their number increase.

  5. March 5, 2009 at 10:28 amYou mean I’m counted as an Anglo-American?! I PROTEST! I’m no freakin’ WASP. I mean, I fail to fill every one of those categories! ;-)

  6. Chris said

    March 5, 2009 at 11:48 am(Hmm. My comment did not post… error or are you all moderating?)

    This doesn’t really say that bibliobloggers are overwhelmingly goy (although we are) since being goyisch is about religion not geographic locale. There are plenty of Jews residing in “Anglo-America.”

    I have noted on my blog that there are very few blogs dealing with rabbinica and not many more biblioblogs by Jewish colleagues. Has anyone come across more?

  7. Biblioblogtop50 said

    March 5, 2009 at 9:58 pmChris wrote:
    Except country of origin does not indicate goyischness…

    The Biblioblog Top 50 Team reply:
    Pointing out technicalities like that is soooooo Goy.

    Esteban Vázquez asked:
    You mean I’m counted as an Anglo-American?!

    The Biblioblog Top 50 Team reply:
    Honky.

  8. March 10, 2009 at 8:35 pmI read “male and gay” when I first came across the post. That would have been interesting.