Jonathan Damiani

Assistant Professor

Reilly Hall 325
Le Moyne College
1419 Salt Springs Road
Syracuse, NY 13214
Office Phone: 315-445-4738


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Education:

Ph.D. Syracuse University
M.S.E. The City College of New York

Courses Taught: EXDL-801 Critical Issues in Leadership, EXDL-809 Lessons in Leadership, EXDL-808 Transformational Change

Research Interests:

Jonathan’s research explores Educational Leadership, Leadership Studies, Student Voice, Narrative Inquiry, and Comparative International Education. Jonathan is a publicly engaged scholar whose primary research interests lie in developing the work being done in schools by going directly to students for their perspectives of leadership and learning.

Featured Publications:1) Damiani, J. & Wieczorek, D. (2019). A Narrative Stance: School Leadership Preparation Across International Settings. Research and Theory in Educational Administration (Book Chapter). IAP Book Series.

2) Clark, Brandon; Wieczorek, Douglas; & Damiani, Jonathan. (2018). The Cultural Dimensions of Principals’ Instructional Leadership: An Exploratory Analysis. Journal of Research on Organization in Education, Vol. 2, 46-67 (ISSN 2573-4849).

3) Damiani, Jonathan, Rolling Jr., James & Wieczorek, Douglas (2017). Rethinking Leadership Education: Narrative Inquiry and Leadership Stories. Reflective Practice: International and Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Vol. 18 (2) 1-15 (ISSN 1462-3943).

4) Damiani, Jonathan (2016). Unusual Conversations: A Reflection on the Mechanics of Internationally Engaged Public Scholarship. Gateways: International Journal of Community Research and Engagement, Vol. 9 (1) 132-144 (ISSN 1836-3393).

5) Damiani, Jonathan (2016). Unlocking Students’ Perspectives of School Leadership: Toward a Theory of Engaging Students in School Leadership. International Journal of Student Voice Vol. 1 (1). Retrieved from: https://ijsv.psu.edu/?article=damiani-j-2016-unlocking-students-perspectives-of-school-leadership-toward-a-theory-of-engaging-students-in-school-leadership.

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