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Killgrove Science Writing Workshop

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Kristina Killgrove

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Part of an Ecosystem
Best Practices for Anthro Blogging
Position your blog in the ecosystem
Contribute guest posts or to a collaborative blog
Understand journalists' practice and ethics
Create regular features to build audience
What about social media?
YES! Share posts
& news widely!
Choose a hosting site
Tumblr & Facebook
& Twitter
What does this count as, exactly?
Contributor Sites
Forbes
Huffington Post
The Guardian
Sapiens
Traditional Blogs
News Media
LiveScience
Discovery News
National Geographic
Nature News
Other BioAnthros Who Love to Write
Katy Meyers Emery |
https://bonesdontlie.wordpress.com

John Hawks |
http://johnhawks.net/

David Mennear |
https://thesebonesofmine.wordpress.com

Alison Atkin |
https://deathsplaining.wordpress.com

Dolly Stolze |
http://www.sapiens.org/blogs/grave-secrets/

Jess Beck |
https://bonebrokeblog.wordpress.com/

Barbara King |
http://www.npr.org/blogs/13.7/

Jennifer Raff |
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jennifer-raff/

Agustín Fuentes |
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/busting-myths-about-human-nature
Bob Martin |
https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/how-we-do-it

And more...!
Outlets
Science
Science
Journalism
Open
Science
Science
Blogging
Blogging
Journal-
ism
New
Media
Try something new and different
Consume media to learn style
Science Outreach
Choose a theme
Start posting!
One post / week
ca. 700 words
HS/UG vocab
CC-BY statement
Personal domain
SEO and .edu
Some Hints:
& send info to sci journos!
Like?
Stephanie Pappas @ LiveScience, Rossella Lorenzi @ Discovery News, Kristina Killgrove @ Forbes...
For more info...
Meyers Emery, K. & K. Killgrove. 2015. Bones, Bodies, and Blogs: Outreach and Engagement in Bioarchaeology.
Internet Archaeology
39. DOI: 10.11141/ia.39.5.

http://intarch.ac.uk/journal/issue39/5/emerykillgrove.html

killgrove @ uwf.edu
Kristina Killgrove | killgrove@uwf.edu
Dear Blog Readers,
Anthropology, Outreach, and the Media
Best Practices for Writing for the General Public

28 October 2016
Use images wisely
Collaboration & Networking
Better, Faster Writing
Tenure & Promotion
Service?
Scholarly Activity?
Teaching?
How do I start?
Freeman Tilden's Principles of Heritage Interpretation
Interpretation is relatable
Interpretation is provocative
Interpretation is an art
Interpretation is holistic
Interpretation is appropriately focused
5 Canons of Rhetoric
Invention
Style
Arrangement
Delivery
Memory
Skeleton of Medieval Giantess Unearthed
From Polish Cemetery

Just outside of the Medieval church of the Ostrów Lednicki stronghold in Poland, archaeologists have unearthed the strange burial of a giantess. The woman’s skeleton showed that she reached a towering height of 7’2" but also that her short life was full of traumatic injuries and disease.
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