Even the sternest academics can get off on a good laugh. Scholars and laymen alike can enjoy these cartoons created by Ph.D. chasers.
PhD candidates at the University of Sussex scribe insightfully on their travails here. Students around the globe will get a kick out of these charming posts.
Earning a PhD in a discipline of human rights presents special challenges and privileges. A PhD candidate himself provides insight into this special circumstance.
Blogger Camille is courting a PhD in industrial design. She composes her site in a way that includes even those who don't have a clue about her field.
Let this blog show you what life as a PhD student is like before, during, and after the degree. Blogger Alfredo covers the theme with grace and warmth.
This student at the Princeton Theological Seminary seeks to understand more about the religious world. Indie music, tea, and coffee also show up and lend some levity.
A PhD student in the humanities has developed this page, essential for anyone in the PhD process. It sheds light on to the ways in which the degree can fit in your life.
A history PhD student lets readers into the trials and tribulations of creating a dissertation here. Anyone who's ever written a massive volume will relate to her thoughts.
A PhD student in the field of linguistics uses some great language to color his thoughts on this site. Phonetics, syntax, and more factor in here.
Blogger Dorothy wields a wealth of experience in archeology into her pursuit of a degree in medieval history. She keeps track of her research via this blog.
This history PhD candidate moonlights as an expert mountain climber. Read along as he scales the heights of peaks and periods of history.
A PhD candidate in comm studies writes about delving into the field at the graduate level here. He also publishes his papers on the site, for neophytes to drool over.