Anthropology 4U offers a unique educational experience for life-long learners, by providing online courses in all four fields of Anthropology!
Hi! I’m Keirsten E. Snover, and I’m an Anthropologist! I created Anthropology 4U to teach the general public about Anthropology. You can learn more about me below!
I earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology and a Master’s Degree in Interdisciplinary History and Anthropology from Eastern Washington University, located in Cheney, Washington.
I went on to earn a Master’s Degree in Medical Anthropology from Case Western Reserve University, in Cleveland, Ohio. In addition, I completed graduate-level coursework in Space Studies from American Public University.
I have taught several workshops and short courses related to Anthropology, including simulated Archaeology digs and Forensic Anthropology labs.
In addition, I have several years of teaching experience from being a guest lecturer and working as a Teaching Assistant throughout undergraduate and graduate school. You can learn more about my experience by visiting the Portfolio section!
When I’m not doing Anthropology, I enjoy creating artwork, especially acrylic painting. I also love to spend time hiking in Dishman Hills Natural Area with my all-terrain wheelchair.
I am living with a progressive neuromuscular disease, and so I now use a wheelchair to get around, a feeding tube to eat and drink, and a ventilator to breathe. All this does not stop me from teaching!