College of Arts and Sciences

Germanic Studies

Spring 2019 Tutor List

Bolter, David
djbolter@iu.edu | 404 483-9946
Tutoring all levels. Translation and conversation are also welcome. In the past I have also done some administrative translation such as translating driver's licenses and school transcripts. I have been a German Associate Instructor (2013-2014, 2016-Present), and an IU Study Abroad co-instructor in Graz, Austria (Summer 2014). I received a B.A. in Germanic Studies (with honors) and Linguistics in 2012, as well as an M.A. in Germanic Studies in 2014, both at IU. I studied abroad at the Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg in the academic year 2010-2011 and received a DAAD scholarship to study at the Philipps-Universität Marburg during the academic year 2015-2016.

Bryant, Michael
mibryant@indiana.edu | 574-538-8373
Willing to tutor G100 through G400, plus G491/492. Also interested in helping with translations and developing speaking skills. I've been a German teacher for 13 years in both high school and university, and I've taught all levels from G100 to G492 at Indiana University. I've been a tutor in the Department of Germanic Studies for more than five years. I began learning German in 1991, and I have used it in my personal and professional life on nearly a daily basis since then. B.A. in Germanic Studies, M.A. in Germanic Studies, currently a Ph.D. student in Germanic Studies.

Hrach, Kathy
khrach@iu.edu@iu.edu
Emphasis on translation, conversation practice, and reading proficiency. Currently teaching G200. Second year graduate student in Germanic Studies. In 2016, I graduated from Williams College with a BA in German and Philosophy. In 2017, I worked as a German-Speaking Paralegal at Lankler, Siffert and Wohl in New York, NY.

Quinlan, Nathan
nmquinla@iu.edu | 219-871-5166
Tutoring G100-G250. Past tutoring experience with G150, G330. 4 years high school, bachelors, currently in MAT.

Spafford, Anna
ancspaff@indiana.edu
Tutoring all levels. I have the most fun explaining German grammar and helping students use their knowledge to engage in conversation. I would also be interested in helping with translation projects. I am now in my third year of teaching German at IU. I have taught G150, G200 and G250. Before coming to IU, I taught English to German native speakers (of varying levels) for three years. I have my Bachelor's in German (I was a double major), and after obtaining my degree I lived in Germany for 3 years in the province North Rhine-Westphalia.

Wuensch, Juliane
wuenschj@indiana.edu
Native speaker of German. Willing to tutor all levels, beginning through advanced. Currently a Ph.D. student in Germanic Studies.  Has been teaching German for over 12 years, all levels, all ages.

Germanic Studies
Global and International Studies Building 3103
355 North Jordan Ave.
Bloomington, IN 47405-1105
Phone: 812-855-1553
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