Adam G. Harry completed his B.M. and M.M. in music education and Ph.D. in curriculum and instruction at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Previously, Dr. Harry taught high school instrumental music for four years in Oconomowoc and Mosinee, Wisconsin. He has recently been active as a guest clinician in southern Wisconsin and an Adjunct student teacher supervisor for Loras College. His research interests include discursive constructions of musical ability, inclusive school practices in music education, vernacular/popular music making, and critical race theory in music education. He has presented his research at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association.