I have an undergraduate degree in Anthropology and went on to do a Masters in Anthrozoology which I have recently completed. Anthrozoology is a slightly more unusual subject which focuses on the many layers of relationships between humans and animals. It's is a multidisciplinary subject which utilises a range of techniques and approaches, from subjects such as psychology and animal behaviour. I used a predominantly Anthropological approach in my work and focused particularly on philosophical ethics, consumption of animals, and environmental relationships.
I have no experience teaching at university level, but have recently been through the system myself and so have a good idea of what is required of students. I would be able to pass on the research and writing skills that I have learnt over the last six years.
I would be keen to teach students who are studying for social science qualifications by helping them to develop efficient and effective research practices. Talking though thoughts and brainstorming is extremely helpful when researching for projects, so I would provide a space in which they would be able to discuss and develop their ideas. I would also provide guidance towards relevant articles or books in their particular field.
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|University of Exeter||2016||Masters||Anthrozoology|
|University of Wales, Lampeter||2012||Bachelors||Anthropology|