B.A. Sociology, Acadia University,
B.Ed. (Elementary), Acadia University, 1973
B.SW. McGill University, 1980
M.Ed. History and Philosophy of Education, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education,
Ph.D. Sociology in Education, University of Toronto, (OISE) 1994
Permanent Teaching certificates in Quebec and Ontario
Areas of specialization
History of Women and Education
Principal courses taught
EFDT 435.3 Critical
EDFDT 482.3 Women and Education
EDFDT 483.3 Women and the Teaching Profession
EDFDT 872.3 The Experience of Women in Canadian Education
EDFDT 873.3 Feminist Thought and its Implications for Canadian Education
EFDT 990 Non –credit seminar
D. & Scharf,
M. (Eds.) (2006). A
history of education in Saskatchewan: Selected readings. Regina,
SK: Canadian Plains Research Centre.
Forman, F., O'Brien, M., Haddad, J., Hallman,
D. and Masters, P. (Eds.) (1990).
Feminism and Education: A Canadian Perspective.
Toronto: Centre for Women's Studies in Education/
D. (2009). Finding the time and space to write:
Some stories from Canadian teacher educators.
In A.M.A. Mattos (Ed). Narratives
on teaching and teacher education: An international
(pp.) Palgrave MacMillan.
D (2006). “Woman of Exodus
II”: Irene Poelzer, the Women’s Movement,
and teacher education. In P. Stortz and
L. Panayotidis (Eds.). Historical identities:
The professoriate in Canada. Toronto,
ON: University of Toronto Press.
Hallman, D. & Lathrop, A. (2006). Sustaining
the fire of “scholarly passion”:
Mary G. Hamilton (1883-1972) and Irene Poelzer
(1926-). In E. Smyth and P. Bourne (Eds.). Women
teaching, women learning: Historical perspectives (pp. )
Toronto, ON: Inanna Publications.
D. (2004). Making
a window where none was: Ruth Roach Pierson
and poetic pedagogy. Atlantis: A
Women's Studies Journal. Special
Issue 2. 71-2.
Hallman, D.M. (2003). Traditions
and transitions in teacher education: The case
of Saskatchewan. Tidskrift
för lärarutbildning och forskning/Journal
of Research in Teacher Education, 10(3-4),
169-185. (14 pp).
D. Hallman, 2002. Rights,
Justice, Power: Gendered Perspectives on Prohibition
in Late Nineteenth-Century Canada. History
of Intellectual Culture 2(1). See
D. Hallman, 2001. Agnes
Maule Machar on the Higher Education of Women. Historical
Studies in Education, 13(2).
Miller, D. (2008 Winter). On becoming a poet.
Women Writing and Reading Magazine Vol 2
(3) (pp7-10) Available on-line http://www.crcstudio.arts.ualberta.ca/wwr_magazine/mags/WWRMag_6.pdf
D. (2007). Beginning
of Beyond; Genesis, or Gen/Isis; and Ruminations
on English Country Gardens. Room of One’s
Miller, D (2007). Cherry Carnival,
Bear River. CV2 30/2: 53.
Miller, D. (2006) The visit. The Fieldstone
Review, 1 (April 2006). Retrieved from http://www.fieldstonereview.usask.ca/
Hallman, D. 2002. Cutting
Antigonish Review, 131, 74. (Poem)
Hallman, D. 2002. Recollections. Grain
Magazine, 30(1), 89. (Poem)
Hallman, D. 2001. Panhandler. The
Amethyst Review, 9(1), 24-5. (Poem)
Standard Research Grant “Becoming
a teacher: The transition experiences of beginning
teachers in Saskatchewan”
Principal investigator: Laurie Hellsten-Bzovey
Co-investigators: Gwen Dueck, Bruce Karlenzig,
Janet McVittie, Stephanie Martin, Cecilia Reynolds,
SSHRC Standard Research
"Traditions and transitions in teacher education"
Principal investigator: Sandra Acker, OISE/UT
Co-investigators, Jo-Ann Dillabough, OISE/UT;
Dianne Hallman, University of Saskatchewan; Therese
Hamel, Laval University; Elizabeth Smyth, OISE/UT.