6 Classics Tutors Found Near Charleston, SC



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Sheila W.

Classics Tutor

Lexington, SC 29073

Will travel 20 miles

$60 per hour.

5.0 1 ratings

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History, Politics, Humanities, Writing, Research, and MORE

If you are looking for a tutor who has taught ancient western and world history for many years, I should be your choice. I have also taught AP World History which includes ancient and medieval history. I have also taught a high school student for University of Connecticut credit in ancient and medieval Europe which was a yearlong course where my credentials and curriculum were submitted to the University of Conn. for approval. If you select me as your tutor, you will be the recipient of my 30 years of teaching experience in high schools and at the university level. I have also worked in academ [more]


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John S.

Classics Tutor

Savannah, GA 31405

Will travel 5 miles

$40 per hour.

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Expert in English, Writing, and Language

While at the University of Georgia, I studied the Ancient Greek language for two years. This involved reading authors from Homer into the Hellenic period, as well as the Suda. As a literature student, and a reader of classics, I've acquainted myself with the various myths, rites, histories, and belief system of the civilizations and cultures termed 'classic'. I'm also well acquainted with Latin, both classical and medieval/ecclesiastical, and devoted time at the Universit?t Heidelberg, using their extensive collection to study classical Egyptian. [more]


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Michael M.

Classics Tutor

Charleston, SC 29401

Will travel 20 miles

$40 per hour.

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Liberal Arts Tutor

I have a masters in Humanities, which includes studies in pre-1450 history, Western Philosophy, and Greek History. During my masters work I've written research on Heraclitus, Aristotle, Plato, and other great influences on Western Culture. For the past two and a half years I have been working in the publishing industry, first as a freelance writer and now as an editor. I believe my work experience, along with a degree in history and a masters in humanities, have prepared my to help students in the liberal art fields. My strengths reside with historical fields and creative writing.... [more]



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Chelisa E.

Classics Tutor

Summerville, SC 29483

Will travel 20 miles

$50 per hour.

5.0 155 ratings

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Experienced Language Tutor

I have a bachelor's degree from Virginia Tech in classical studies. I have studied a wide range of topics in the classics, including ancient history, art and architecture, and languages. In addition to my undergraduate degree, I am also currently enrolled in a master's program for classics. Hello! I graduated in 2012 from Virginia Tech with two bachelor's degrees, one in Spanish and one in Classical Studies (Latin/Greek/Ancient Egypt, Roman, & Greek culture). For the last five years, I have been a Latin teacher. In addition to Latin, for the last three years I have been teaching high school [more]


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Erin D.

Classics Tutor

Savannah, GA 31401

Will travel 15 miles

$30 per hour.

4.98 53 ratings

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Enthusiastic Math and English Tutor

I am working on my PhD in English Literature with a focus on Shakespeare. In order to do this successfully I must have a strong background in the classics. By classics I am referring to ancient Greek and Roman texts. If you are looking for someone to tutor in classic literature (like Dickens or Shakespeare), I am also the tutor for you since I am getting my PhD in English Lit. I have a PhD from Trinity College Dublin with a completed dissertation on Shakespeare. Beyond my research, I also have sevens years experience teaching at universities, five of those years were specifically spent teachin [more]


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Dellann B.

Classics Tutor

Beaufort, SC 29902

Will travel 40 miles

$20 per hour.

4.16 31 ratings

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Tutor and Individual Instructor; Certified Teacher

In high school I had four years of Latin; yearly topics included original writing from Julius Caesar's Gallic Wars, Cicero's orations, and Vergil's Aeneid. My tenth grade English teacher took us to a small "Off-Broadway" version of Shakespeare's Julius Caesar where we had seats in the second row. We also read and discussed English translations of Homer's Iliad and Odyssey. Edith Hamilton's Mythology was another source of enrichment. I used this background when I wrote a research paper about Shakespearean Comedy and Greek and Roman influences on the plays. I learned about Classical Art in an [more]