Deanna England

Deanna England is currently the Graduate Studies Officer at The University of Winnipeg in Winnipeg, Manitoba in Canada. She graduated with an honours degree in Psychology in 1998 and worked in marketing and events for seven years before returning to Academia. She has done absolutely nothing with her honours thesis research on “Religiosity and Neuroticism’s Effects on Death Anxiety” but does enjoy quoting Freud whenever she can. She recently began her Master’s degree in Cultural Studies exploring women’s engagement with erotic writing and online communities.

Deanna can be reached at [email protected] and is the mastermind behind the University of Winnipeg Graduate Studies Facebook page and Twitter account. She can also be found at and LinkedIn.

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Most Recent Articles

August 6, 2015
Re-thinking what it means to be an alumna.
March 25, 2015
Report from Canada: Developing the workforce or developing better citizens?
September 29, 2014
A practical and ethical dilemma.
May 22, 2014
Guiding students to help and support.
January 9, 2014
Answering what would seem to be a straightforward question.
July 15, 2013
Interviews and evaluations.  
May 21, 2013
Weighing the options.
March 21, 2013
I have a friend who has been teaching and training for more than twenty years. He has a website where he’s a prolific writer on his area, is a frequent participant in online forums and debates, and is considered a valuable resource by his client list, which includes national organizations and various police/military personnel. We are both involved in the SlutWalk movement and he’s been instrumental in helping me understand social attitudes around rape culture, victim-blaming, self defence and the legal system. His influence has resulted in papers I’ve written, media interviews I’ve done around SlutWalk and my doctoral application research proposals.
February 5, 2013
One of the scholarship fund-raising activities my University hosts is an event called “Class Acts.” It’s a talent night where faculty and staff put on an evening of entertainment, and all proceeds from the ticket sales go towards Entrance Scholarships. It’s a fantastic evening, often resulting in many surprises – who knew that our registrar was an Opera singer, or that one of our librarians participates in poetry slams?
December 11, 2012
A few weeks ago, I graduated with my MA, and I’m now confronted with the question of “what next?”


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