Mary M. Juzwik is associate professor of language and literacy in the Department of Teacher Education (TE) at Michigan State University (MSU). She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in writing, discourse, and English education. She is an affiliate of the Rhetoric, Writing, and American Cultures Program and the English department at MSU and a principal investigator at the Literacy Achievement Research Center. Mary holds degrees in English from the University of Wisconsin, Madison (PhD), Middlebury College (MA), and Wheaton College (BA). She studies issues related to literacy teaching and learning, including dialogic teaching and teacher preparation; the moral and rhetorical dimensions of teaching; linguistic, cultural, and religious diversity in English classrooms; writing theory and instruction; and teacher identity. Mary’s interdisciplinary work on these issues engages with scholarly traditions such as narrative studies, interactional sociolinguistics, and rhetorical theory. Mary received the Edward B. Fry Book Award from the Literacy Research Association for her book The Rhetoric of Teaching: Understanding the Dynamics of Holocaust Narratives in an English Classroom (2009). She coedited Narrative Discourse Analysis for Teacher Educators: Managing Cultural Differences in Classrooms (2011), coauthored Reading and Writing Genre with Purpose in K–8 Classrooms (2012), and has published numerous articles, essays, reviews, and commentaries. She coedits the journal Research in the Teaching of English. Learn more about her work at juzwik.wiki.educ.msu.edu/.