6 Anthropology Tutors Found Near Austin, TX

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Brenna S.

Anthropology Tutor

New Braunfels, TX 78130

Will travel 20 miles

$20 per hour.

5.0 6 ratings

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Anthropology BA, Generalist 4-8 teacher

I have a BA in Anthropology. It is my passion, and am fully capable of helping students understand all the complexities involved. I graduated from the University of North Texas with a BA in Anthropology in 2007. I have taught ESL to all age groups in Taiwan. Worked for Child Protective Services for a couple years. I recently passed the TExES Generalist 4-8 exam and am able to teach all subjects in that age range. I am professional, patient, outgoing and hard-working.... [more]

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Christopher W.

Anthropology Tutor

San Marcos, TX 78666

Will travel 30 miles

$50 per hour.

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Anthropologist with a passion to share my knowledge with all

I have a specific focus in human skeletal biology with several years experience in a human osetology lab. As part of my degree, I was required to assist in the teaching of introductory anthropology classes. I have worked in a biological anthropology setting all over the world. I'm Chris. I graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelors degree in anthropology and archaeology from Dickinson College, and graduated with a Master's degree in Biological Anthropology from Texas State University. While my passion and interests span my broad knowledge of human skeletal biology, biological anthropology, and [more]

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Amber O.

Anthropology Tutor

Austin, TX 78757

Will travel 5 miles

$75 per hour.

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Ph.D., Former Professor

I hold a BA, MA, and Ph.D. in Anthropology. I have taught it at The University of Texas at Austin and Monmouth College. My specialties are in cultural and linguistic anthropology, but also have experience in archaeology. I am a former college professor and am starting a non-profit. I specialize in teaching study skills and methods. I found that high school students really benefit from a 'crash course' of how learning in college differs from what they've done in school up to this point. I love to teach how to cull information from multiple sources and analyze it for papers. I worked i [more]

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Richard S.

Anthropology Tutor

Dripping Springs, TX 78620

Will travel 40 miles

$50 per hour.

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Anthropology, Archaeology, History...I dig it!

I am a professional archaeologist with 17 years of experience conducting archaeological and anthropological research. I earned my master?s and doctoral degrees from The University of Texas at Austin, during which I served as a teaching assistant for UT?s Archeological Field School, worked for the Smithsonian Institution on two Folsom sites in the Rocky Mountains and co-designed, funded, implemented, and managed the Headwater?s Experimental Archaeology Workshops, attended by renowned archaeologists Lewis Binford, LuAnn Wandsnider, Phil Dering and Alston Thoms. [more]

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Lauren K.

Anthropology Tutor

Austin, TX 78741

Will travel 10 miles

$25 per hour.

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Recent UT Honors Graduate desires to Nurture Young Minds!

My undergraduate degree is in Anthropology (and with Special Honors). Additionally, I wrote a 60 page thesis that will be printed and housed in the Anthropology Department main office. Currently, I am working for the Department of Anthropology in Dr. Kappelman's eAnthro Projects Lab. Hello! I recently graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with Special Honors in Anthropology. As an Anthropology Honors student, I spent a lot of my time either in a human skeletal biology lab doing analysis or writing my 50 page honors thesis analyzing and discussing human skeletons from Archaic Texas. [more]

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Dan D.

Anthropology Tutor

Leander, TX 78641

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

4.67 3 ratings

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Video Workflow Wizard That Also Loves Math, Science, and English

I received a B.A. in Anthropology from Arizona State University in the spring of 2010. I feel that ASU's program requirements, which focus on the four subfields of anthropology (archaeology, biological anthropology, cultural anthropology, and linguistics), were very thorough. A requirement for the degree was also two years of foreign language. I chose Mandarin Chinese, for which I studied (along with Chinese Archaeology and History) in Sichuan province, China through Sichuan University in Chengdu. [more]