3 Anthropology Tutors Found Near St. Louis, MO



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Mark P.

Anthropology Tutor

Strafford, MO 65757

Will travel 40 miles

$45 per hour.

5.0 2 ratings

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Harvard trained professor

I am an anthropologist of the ancient Near East, trained at Harvard and Johns Hopkins. I have taught introduction to anthropology at two colleges. I have published things in each of the four traditional subfields of anthropology. I am a cultural anthropologist, with a strong background in both linguistics and archaeology (these comprise three of the four subfields). I first tutored as an undergrad in 1982, with resounding success. I spent more than a decade teaching over 140 sections of courses in seven different academic disciplines at a number of universities. I also spent over a decade edit [more]


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Lauriel B.

Anthropology Tutor

Belleville, IL 62221

Will travel 10 miles

$60 per hour.

4.94 48 ratings

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Empowering The Future and Inspiring Confidence Through Education

At California State University - Dominguez Hills I have taken a course in Anthropology which covered art, fossils, hieroglyphs, and language with a focus in ancient civilizations. I received a course GPA of 4.0 (A+) and enjoy rediscovering ancient truths with fresh eyes. As parents who care about their children's education, there's nothing more difficult than watching your children struggle and being unsure of how to help them. As students who want to succeed, there is nothing more frustrating than trying your best and not achieving the results you deserve, or worse, falling behind your peers. [more]


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Zach S.

Anthropology Tutor

Saint Louis, MO 63132

Will travel 25 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 16 ratings

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PhD Clinical Psych student and former Social Studies/English teacher

In addition to my Pennsylvania Instructional teaching certificate in Social Studies grades 7-12 allowing me to teach general/cultural anthropology, I also took a comprehensive Cultural Anthropology course during my undergraduate education. Along with this course, my training in psychology has given me general knowledge in the area of linguistics, a sub-discipline of anthropology. Lastly, I have personal study abroad and service learning experiences living in various cultures (e.g., Spain/Western Europe, Costa Rica, Nicaragua), which have exposed me to various cultures. [more]