Have you read Past President, Alan Goodman’s recent Huffington Post piece – Biophobia Not. Biology and Science in Anthropology?
AAA has a contributing relationship with The Huffington Post. AAA members are encouraged to contribute to this unique relationship. Blog posts should be written geared toward a public audience; a conversational, informal style is ideal. News-driven, topical posts perform best on the site. The post should be 500-8000 words in length. If you are interested in contributing a blog post for the Huffington Post, please contact Joslyn (firstname.lastname@example.org).
To submit a blog post please submit the following information via e-mail to Joslyn at email@example.com:
- Author biosketch (this will appear at the bottom of the article)
- Blog post of 500-800 words
- Section the post should be categorized in (see list of Huffington Post sections by clicking “All Sections” on the menu bar)
- Images are welcome (must be .jpg and a maximum of 500 pixels wide)
AAA reserves the right to refuse submitted posts or multimedia content for both the AAA blog and its contribution to the Huffington Post. Items submitted to the Huffington Post are subject to the Huffington Post editorial process. Huffington Post editors will determine to post or refuse the content. This process can take anywhere from a couple of days to several weeks.
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