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Giovanni P. Dazzo University of Georgia, USA

Giovanni P. Dazzo is an Assistant Professor of Qualitative Research and Evaluation Methodologies in the Mary Frances Early College of Education at the University of Georgia. He employs critical forms of participatory action research, ethnography, narrative and visual inquiries, and program evaluation, and teaches doctoral-level courses in qualitative methods, mixed methods, program evaluation, and critical participatory inquiry. As a methodologist, he focuses on restorative forms of inquiry (i.e., research that heals), epistemic justice, and critical and standpoint theories. He has published in journals including The Qualitative Report, Educational Action Research, Conflict Resolution Quarterly, and New Directions for Evaluation. His work on the concept of (re)imagining inquiry as restorative practice is currently funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.