Online Anthropology Tutor Deirdre



Social Anthropology PhD

Anthropology PhD and University Lecturer

Deirdre383 classes

University of Sussex - Social Anthropology - PhD

Anthropology PhD and University Lecturer

Recent Students: 0
Total Hours: 444
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All-time Students: 77
Total Classes: 383
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Recent Students: 0Total Hours: 444Last Online:
All-time Students: 77Total Classes: 383Signed Up:

About Me

I have a PhD in anthropology, specialising in social research methods. I have taught anthropology, research methods, international development, political science, and gender studies at the university level. I have also taught primary school math and secondary school English in the USA and UK. I love learning and am passionate about teaching my students the skills to develop that love as well. I work in partnership with my students to work through their assignments and readings, or if these are unavailable, I am happy to create a lesson plan which matches my student's needs.

Tutor Experience

University of Sussex 2018-2020: anthropology, international development, gender studies
University of Exeter 2021-Present: political science

Topic Expertise

Social anthropology, human geography, political science, gender studies, and international development at the university level

Client Reviews

Deidre is a fantastic tutor and will recommend her. My son has got tutored from her before and I chose her again from 29 tutors

- Research Methods

Amazing as always!

- Dissertations


- Anthropology

Deirdre is efficient and very helpful with her feedback. Very happy with her service :)

- Academic Writing

Always really helpful, especially with structuring. Definitely recommend

- Sociology


- Academic Writing

This tutor is amazing. The help she has given me has been wonderful.

- Academic Writing

Really productive and helpful

- Anthropology

Super helpful

- Sociology

Thank you for your help with research interview skills!

- Essay

Background Checks



PhD in social anthropology and certificate of teaching in higher education