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    Private lessons in anthropology - African history and cultures - survey methodology in social sciences

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    As a teacher in anthropology, my goal is to share this exciting science and make it more accessible to the general public. Also passionate about the history, diversity and dynamics of the African continent, I propose a discovery of its realities beyond the usual clichés.

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    The class is taught in:French, English

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