6 Anthropology Tutors Found Near San Bernardino, CA



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Anne A.

Anthropology Tutor

Claremont, CA 91711

Will travel 5 miles

$65 per hour.

4.85 82 ratings

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Outstanding Credentialed and Experienced Professional Tutor

I majored in Anthropology at Hunter College, N.Y. I am currently a part-time Instructor at the Community College Level teaching textbook reading classes. I also tutor students in writing at one of the Claremont, CA colleges. I have taught in both public and private schools in both New York and California. I have a Life Credential in Multiple Subjects K-12 and adults, and a Life Reading Specialist Credential in both New York and California. I have also completed graduate level classwork towards earning a Preliminary Mild/Moderate Special Education Credential. I have been a classroom teacher (e [more]


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Hailey F.

Anthropology Tutor

Riverside, CA 92503

Will travel 30 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 10 ratings

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Fun History & English Tutor! All areas of history!

My field of Anthropology is mainly cultural. My background is in folklore and mythology. The importance of this, to me, is giving students the ability to look through a lens of cultural anthropology when studying for example history, and vice versa. For cultural Anthropology, students should be learning the approaches to studying human behavior (emic vs. etic), what it means to use "thick description", etc. Most importantly, of course, understanding the value of learning about other cultures. [more]


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Anne W.

Anthropology Tutor

Grand Terrace, CA 92313

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

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As a practicing anthropologist, I worked in the field obtaining and processing artifacts. As a cultural anthropologist, I have lived in, studied, and compared customs/cultures, and belief systems in Asia and Latin America as well as regional ones in the U.S.A. I am familiar with terms and practices used in ethnic studies and cross-cultural comparisons and can explain them to students. Hi! I was a teacher for 38 years in Riverside Unified School District. I subbed for 6 more in Colton USD, and am now teaching part time at UCR Extension in the EVP program, helping foreign students navigate the A [more]



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Christopher L.

Anthropology Tutor

Apple Valley, CA 92308

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

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English, History, & Arts Tutor

As an undergrad at GMU I studied anthropology. I did not have enough credit hours to make it an official minor. However, I'd taken enough classes to qualify for written permission to take a graduate level class on controversies in modern anthropology. This course, which I enjoyed immensely, focused on the unavoidable bias each ethnographer brings to their subject and the field of anthropology has sought to counterbalance such biases. I have taught and tutored in a variety of settings with students of all ages. The main thing I've discovered in this is that everyone knows more than they give th [more]


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Natalie S.

Anthropology Tutor

Riverside, CA 92506

Will travel 20 miles

$30 per hour.

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Multi-Subject Tutor Specializing in Social Science

I graduated Magna Cum Laude with honors in Anthropology at the University of California, Irvine. I've conducted my own, IRB approved, ethnographic research. I was also a teaching assistant for Anthropology at the University of California, Irvine. I am here to provide tutoring, guidance and support for a variety of subjects. I specialize in Social Science, but have extensive experience in English, Reading, Creative Writing, Statistics, French 1, Public Speaking, Beginners Ceramics, Introduction to Philosophy, Introduction to Social Theory, California History and World Religions. Some of my qual [more]


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Katherine U.

Anthropology Tutor

Redlands, CA 92373

Will travel 15 miles

$35 per hour.

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Need tutoring for writing and essays? Here I am! Both ESL and non-ESL

Before I majored solely in Religious Studies, I was a double major in anthropology. I have taken the basic classes for such a qualification, including the three main branches of cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, and archaeology. I also took some upper division classes in the subject and currently would like to pursue ethnographic approaches in my research. Even if I did decide not to officially major in anthropology, I still consider myself to have an anthropological approach in my studies as a Religious Studies major and may pursue it at a Ph.D level. My passion is learning about [more]