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(31) Private Anthropology Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Acton

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Kristi

Instructor for Anthropology and Archaeology

I have obtained both my undergraduate and graduate degree in Anthropology with a strong focus in Archaeology. I have been on a number of archaeological excavations within the U.S. And internationally. I've had some experience presenting at national conferences and providing lectures to incoming visitors at previous jobs. I believe that the skills I have acquired over the years will help me have a great start to becoming a tutor for beginner to intermediate level students. Read more

Teaches 2 subjects


Larry

Superb stats tutor

I worked with Margaret Mead in creating the Australian component of the "Peoples of the Pacific Hall" of the American Museum of Natural History. I mounted two expeditions to Australia under Dr. R. A. Gould. I covered Dr. Gould's curatorial responsibilities at A.M.N.H during his digs in Australia. Read more

Teaches 2 subjects


Cheryl

Yale Grad with PhD in Child Psych can Teach Variety of Subjects

In earning a BA in Psychology at Yale, I was interested in social and cultural aspects of society. These are essentially the focuses of Anthropology, so I did much of my coursework in the Anthropology Department. The following year I worked as a Research Assistant for Joan Miller, PhD, a well-known researcher in cultural anthropology. We studied differences in moral reasoning between Western and Eastern societies. Through this coursework and research experience, I've developed a good understanding of research methods, concepts, and the academic literature in cultural and social anthropology. Read more

Teaches 2 subjects


Pierre

College applications, editing, writing, college prep

I hold a Bachelor's degree in Social Anthropology from Harvard University. I also hold a Minor in Ethnic Studies. In addition, I hold a Master's from Harvard Divinity School where I applied anthropological methodology to my studies. In fact, my graduate thesis adviser was the founder of existential and phenomenological anthropology, a world renown anthropologist, novelist, and poet. Read more


Josh

Excellent tutoring in a wide variety of subjects

I posses a BA in Anthropology and a MA (with honors) in Anthropology, with a specialization in Archaeology. I have extensively studied Native Americans of both North America and Mesoamerica, and I am familiar with all basic and advanced anthropological concepts and theories. I currently work in the field of historical archaeology. Read more


Susannah

Talented Teacher-in-Training, Available for Humanities

I have a Bachelor's degree in this subject, and I care deeply about the field of anthropology. I graduated from McGill University in 2014 w dean's list honours distinction. Read more


Rebecca

Sign Language and English Tutor!

I have a minor in Anthropology from Boston University. I have tutored students in Anthropological research methods and ethics as well as helped with readings and essays on the various subjects within Anthropology. Read more


Dani

Archaeologist and Researcher specializing in History, Math, Spanish

I have a Bachelor of Arts degree from New York University in Anthropology with a concentration in Archaeology. I also have a Master of Arts degree from The University of Chicago in the Social Sciences with a concentration in Anthropology/Archaeology and Geographic Informations Systems. I have also worked on 4 archaeological excavations and conducted Anthropological ethnographies. Read more


Jessye

Innovative Educator for College Admissions & much more!

I majored in Anthropology at Brandeis, graduated with highest honors and the departmental award in anthropology. I also founded and ran the Anthropology Club at Brandeis. I really enjoy discussing anthropology and helping people see the world through a culturally relative lens. Read more


Faith

Experience, Education, Compassion, & Patience! (plus Ph.D)

I hold a Ph.D. from Brandeis University. In working with the extensive ethnographic interviews and participant-observation data that I collected for that study (over a period of three years) I relied on Anthropological technique and theory. Specifically, my field practice was informed by the work of a number of scholars, from Clifford Geert to the present. Further, in working with and writing about my data, the theoretical backbone of my analysis was Anthropological theory about kin ties and the value (or absence) of blood and genetics in creating a sense of family. Read more


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