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(30) Private Anthropology Tutors offering lessons, class and homework help in Robbins

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Gustav

Creative, Versatile Tutor in Music, English, and Social Studies

Anthropology was one of the three major fields in which I concentrated as an undergraduate student of Interdisciplinary Studies. As a graduate student at the University of Chicago, my concentration is the anthropology of religion and politics, and I have also taken extensive coursework in paleoanthropology, personal identity theory, Irish and Middle East cultures, and cultural theory. Read more


Carrie

Carrie (anthropology, ballroom dancing, piano)

I have a bachelor's degree in sociology/anthropology, and a master's degree in anthropology. I have done fieldwork in Fife, Scotland, where I studied folk dancing for a summer, and in Cape Verde, West Africa, where I taught ESL for two years. While my expertise is in cultural anthropology, I am also knowledgeable enough in the other sub-fields (archaeology, biological/physical, and linguistic anthropology) to tutor undergraduate level courses. I was a TA for Anthropology 101 for a year, where I led group discussions and clarified concepts. Read more


Mary

Exhibiting 3D artist, published writer on art.

I have a masters degree in ceramics/sculpture from the U. of Illinois. I have travelled widely and I have published articles on world ceramics. I have taught ceramics at Columbia College, Chicago for thirty years. For two summers I joined a team from the U.of Illinois and excavated at an ancient and medieval site in northern Greece. Read more


Evangeline

Ivy League-educated and professional tutor

I have an undergraduate degree from Princeton University in anthropology. I graduated with honors. I wrote a senior thesis about it and have tutored students at Northwestern University in anthropology courses. Read more


Monica

Leading Education Specialist (Curriculum and Instruction)

I am a college professor in the Anthropology and Sociology department with over 7 years teaching experience in this area. Read more


Christine

Princeton BA, Oxford Master's, Teacher Training, SpEd Experience

I studied Anthropology at Princeton and Oxford, earning A's in those classes. I have maintained a strong interest in this subject since that time, and have stayed abreast of developments in the field. Read more


Marci

An experienced, educated, and fun tutor!

I was able to major in sociology and anthropology and took several classes throughout my college career. I also have a passion for the subject and enjoy reading about it. Read more


Michael

Math and Science Tutor, Biochemist with Friendly and Direct style

I continuously have been teaching algebra, geometry, algebra II, Trigonometry, and ACT Test Taking Strategy, Precalculus, and Fundamentals of Calculus in classrooms, libraries and homes for 5 years. I began my work with Help Yourself and Upward Bound in elementary and high school classrooms in Northern Illinois and Wisconsin in 2010. I am familiar with coordinate and two dimensional postulates as well as the common laws of algebra: associative, commutative, transitive, distributive, additive, etc. I am comfortable guiding a pupil from Descartes to Pythagorus for an Algebra I student. Read more


Cristofre

Eclectic PhD Tutor for Philosophy, Humanities, Writing & More

Taught online courses for Colorado Technical University in Anthropology, under the rubric of the Humanities, called World Cultures & Values. Used the textbook: "Culture Counts: A Concise Introduction to Cultural Anthropology," with supplemental writings, including: "The Pirahã" by Daniel Everett; Malinowski on "Science & Magic"; "The Relation of Habitual Thought and Behavior to Language" by Benjamin Whorf; and "Body Ritual Among the Nacirema" by Horace Miner. Read more


Miles

Patient and Reliable Physics Major specializing in Math and Science

I have received a bachelor's degree with a focus in anthropology from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. My major required courses in all four sub-fields of anthropology, namely: biological anthropology, physical anthropology, sociocultural and linguistic anthropology, and archaeology. Read more


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