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Working with the Media

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The AAA Press Office offers resources to help members promote their work and share anthropological knowledge with public audiences. For media relations assistance, please contact Jeff Martin at jmartin@americananthro.org, or call 703-528-1902 ext. 1163.

Media Relations Guide

The AAA has prepared a comprehensive guide titled, "Anthropology & Media: A (Nearly) Pain-Free Guide to Working with the Press." The guide is available in PDF here.

The following PDF tipsheets are included in the guide: 

Additional Resources

The following is a list of content - created by AAA and others - that offers further advice and insights about working with the media:



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