I am just finishing my PhD in Anthropology from Columbia University. I have a lot of teaching experience, from lecturing in 300 student classes to one-on-one tutoring. I've taught children with reading problems in Holt Michigan, and taught English as a second language to children in Hong Kong, where I also worked as a private tutor. I have taught archaeology and anthropology classes at Columbia University in New York City and at Community College in Baltimore. In sum, I have taught a variety... [more]
Government & Politics
I currently hold an M.Phil degree in Anthropology from Columbia University. I have worked in the field of archaeology for over a decade. I am in the final stages of completing my Ph.D at Columbia University.
I am a professional archaeologist, and have worked in the field for over a decade. I have led archaeological projects and published both Cultural Resource Management reports and articles in academic journals, including the Journal of Historical Archaeology, the flagship journal for the sub-discipline of historical archaeology. I have taught archaeology at Columbia University, including the following subjects: Introduction to 21st Century Archaeology, Death and the Body, Origins of Human Society, and Rise of Civilization. I hold a M.Phil in Anthropology (Archaeology track) from Columbia University and am in the final stages of dissertation writing for my Ph.D in the subject.
As an historical archaeologist, my specialty is the history of the past five hundred years, focusing on the changes that colonialism, capitalism, and technological society have wrought on the world we live in. I am currently finishing my PhD which focuses on the lives of the Chinese-Americans who built the first transcontinental railroad in the United States during the mid-19th century. Beyond this specialization, I am proficient in teaching a wide range of subject matter covered under 'Social Studies', including US and Comparative Government, Geography, History, Philosophy, Anthropology, and Cultural Studies (particularly East Asia).
I took multiple Political Science courses as an undergraduate at Albion College. I have familiarity with Political Science literature including classical authors such as Aristotle, Machiavelli, Marx, and de Tocqueville. I am in the final stages of completing my Ph.D in Anthropology at Columbia University.