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Adam Harry

Adam Harry
Assistant Professor
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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. Dr. Harry previously taught high school instrumental music in Oconomowoc and Mosinee, WI and has been active as a guest clinician and conductor in Wisconsin and Iowa. He teaches undergraduate courses in Instrumental Methods and Conducting and graduate courses in Disability Studies, Psychology of Music, and Qualitative Research Methods. Dr. Harry’s research interests include constructions of musical ability, disability studies, inclusive schooling practices, culturally relevant/sustaining pedagogies in music education. He has published research in the Journal for Music Teacher Education and has presented at numerous research conferences, including the American Educational Research Association, College Music Society (CMS) National Conference, Society of Music Teacher Education (SMTE), New Directions in Music Education, and Desert Skies Symposium. He currently serves as the SMTE chair of the Iowa Music Educators Association.