Wallin, D., & Newton, P. (In Press). Rural teaching principals: “My cup overfloweth”. Alberta Journal of Education.
Wallace, J., & Wallin, D. (2015). “The voice inside herself”: Transforming academic identities. Gender and Education, 1-18. DOI: 10.1080/09540253.2015.1019838
Wallace, J., Wallin, D., Anderson, H., & Viczko, M. (2014, Spr). The first female academics in programs of Educational Administration in Canada: Riding waves of opportunity. McGill Journal of Education, 49(2), 437-458.
Wallin, D., & Peden, S. (2014, Spring). Touring turtle island: Fostering leadership capacity to support First Nations, Metis and Inuit learners. In Education (Special Issue, Part 2: Indigenous Education), 19(3), 47-68.
Hicks, C., & Wallin, D. (2013). Values and ethics in the decision-making of rural Manitoba school principals. Journal of Educational Administration and Foundations, 23(1), 49-63.
Sloane, A., & Wallin, D. (2013). Theatre of the commons: A theatrical inquiry into the democratic engagement of newcomer families in public high school communities. Educational Research, 55(4), 454-472.
Wallin, D., & Newton, P. (2013). Instructional leadership of the rural teaching principal: Double the trouble or twice the fun? International Studies in Educational Administration, 41(2), 19-31.
Newton, P., & Wallin, D. (2013, Spr). The teaching principal: An untenable position or a promising model? Alberta Journal of Educational Research, 59(1), 1-17.
Wallin, D. (2013). An empirical study of the career paths of senior administrators in Manitoba: Implications for career development. McGill Journal of Education, 47(3), 1-28.
Young, J., Wallin, D., & Levin, B. (2014). Understanding Canadian schools: An introduction to educational administration (5th ed.). E-Book available online.
Wallin, D. (2015). Feminist thought and/in Educational Administration: Conceptualizing the issues. In P. Newton & D. Burgess (Eds.), Educational administration and leadership: Theoretical foundations (pp. 81-103). Toronto, ON: Routledge Publishing.