6 Archaeology Tutors Found Near Brooklyn, NY



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Kimberly P.

Archaeology Tutor

Rego Park, NY 11374

Will travel 15 miles

$65 per hour.

4.72 39 ratings

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Get Ready For Next Year With a Principal-Recommended Tutor!

For the past two years I have participated in Archaeology field Schools in the US and abroad. I have an undergraduate degree in Anthropology and have taken several courses on the various aspects of archaeology and archaeological theory. Currently, I serve as a freelance science consultant, ghostwriter, textbook editor, tutor, and study guide writer for students of all ages. I have been a long time tutor of several middle school and high school students in the Queens, NY area for nearly the past two years. I have seen my students improve greatly and have become highly recommended among parents [more]


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Benjamin A.

Archaeology Tutor

New York, NY 10026

Will travel 1 miles

$40 per hour.

4.73 11 ratings

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SAT's, History, Math, Writing, and Tech

As an undergraduate, I majored in Judaic Studies and took courses in "Jews, Hellenism, and Early Christianity," and "Early Israel and Biblical Civilization." As a graduate student my concentration was Ancient Judaism, and I took courses in "Ancient Israel: Its History, Culture, and Religious Concepts," "Archaeology and the Reassessment of Ancient Jewish Society," and "1st Century Judaism from the perspective of Philo, Josephus, and Paul." I've experienced and reached academic success due very much in part to the help given to me by more experienced learners. Their tips and savvy provided me w [more]


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William F.

Archaeology Tutor

New York, NY 10007

Will travel 40 miles

$30 per hour.

4.0 4 ratings

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Online and In-Person Tutoring

In attaining a PhD in classical philology I have taken many courses in archaeology. These have involved studying the history of artifacts and architectural works from a designated time period (starting with the Venus of Willendorf). When tutoring clients in archaeology, we will have to take into account the kinds of conceptual terms that we are given. Usually we work from a book that has a glossary of terms that are used when describing the kinds of items that are of interest or importance. Generally we can describe objects in terms of their causes - material cause, formal cause, final cau [more]


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Alexander O.

Archaeology Tutor

New York, NY 10027

Will travel 7 miles

$40 per hour.

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Remote Tutor Specializing in ESL and Humanities

I am an Anthropology minor at Ithaca College with a minor GPA of 3.925. I have worked extensively with Jack Rossen and Brooke Hansen of the IC Anthropology department in work specifically related to the Haudenosaunee (Iroquois) native to central NY. In Archaeology lab I have helped to wash and classify archaelogical finds from sites arounds central NY. Jack Rossen is a premiere archaeological botanist who has taught me in the subjects of World Archaeology as well as specifically in archaeology related to the Haudenosaunee. I am familiar with core archaeological field methods and categorizing a [more]


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Colin K.

Archaeology Tutor

Brooklyn, NY 11201

Will travel 8 miles

$40 per hour.

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Experienced Anthropology tutor

I've finished coursework for a Master's in Biological Anthropology with a focus on human skeletal biology. I have worked as a field archaeologist. I have completed research in a Zooarchaeology lab, a Stable Isotope/Carbon Dating Lab, Molecular Anthropology lab, and have been doing Paleoanthropology and Comparative Anatomy research for the last two years. Currently I teach human evolution covering genetics and evolutionary biology, geology, comparative anatomy, primate behavioral ecology, and paleoanthropology. [more]


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Thomas A.

Archaeology Tutor

Brooklyn, NY 11215

Will travel 5 miles

$100 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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Research Scientist, Illustrator & Tutor

I am a professional Archaeologist and Anthropologist, earning my PhD in 1996 from the City University of New York, Graduate Center. I hold two Master's degrees in Anthropology (subfields of Archaeology and Biological/Physical Anthropology). These degrees are from CUNY Graduate Center (MPhil) and NYU (MA). My undergraduate degree is also in Anthropology, Hunter College, CUNY. The positions I now am working: 1. Adjunct Associate Professor at York College, CUNY 2. Research Associate, Division of Anthropology, American Museum of Natural History I specialize in the subfields of Archaeolzoology [more]