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 editing. I have more than 2000 individual publishing credits. As a tutor I do virtually anything, from help with elementary school work (and I have worked with special needs students--autism, ADHD) to standardized test prep to aiding with college and graduate coursework... [more]
Government & Politics
I began studying Greek in 1980. I read Koine (biblical) Greek fluently, as well as Classical Greek. I have completed the coursework for a PhD in Classical history.
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).
Archaeology is among the things one is trained for in all of the graduate programs I have done. I was at Shiloh in Israel in 1983, which is one of the most significant archaeological digs in history. I have studied with renowned archaeologists from the Mesopotamian, Egyptian, and Syro-Palestinian worlds. I have also published articles on archaeology.
I have an undergraduate degree in Social Sciences. I have taught college courses on Anthropology, history, sociology, geography, and cultural studies. I have a very broad background in this field.
I have completed the coursework for a PhD in Ancient Mediterranean History at the University of Arkansas. I have taught graduate courses in Greek and Roman history at University of Central Missouri. I have published articles in Greek, Roman, and other cultures from the area and time frame. I have been reading Greek since 1980, and Latin since 1988.