Mary Jane Curry is associate professor in the Department of Teaching, Curriculum, and Change at the Warner Graduate School of Education, the University of Rochester. She has co-authored A scholar’s guide to getting published in English (with Theresa Lillis, 2013), Academic writing in a global context: The politics and practices of publishing in English (with Theresa Lillis, 2010) and Teaching academic writing: A toolkit for higher education (with Caroline Coffin, Sharon Goodman, Ann Hewings, Theresa Lillis, and Joan Swann, 2002). She has co-edited Global academic publishing: Policies, perspectives and pedagogies (with Theresa Lillis, 2018), Educating Refugee-background students: Critical issues and dynamic contexts (with Shawna Shapiro and Raichle Farrelly, 2018), and Language, literacy, and learning in STEM education: Research methods and perspectives from applied linguistics (with David Hanauer, 2014). She is currently co-authoring “An A-W of Academic Literacy: A Reference for Graduate Students.” She has published in TESOL Quarterly, English for Specific Purposes, Written Communication, the Journal of English for Academic Purposes, among other journals. Curry has been a Fulbright scholar, co-associate editor of the Brief Research Reports section of TESOL Quarterly, and Principal Investigator of a U.S. Department of Education Grant to prepare ESOL teachers.