Prof. Miri Yemini

School of Education
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Prof. Miri Yemini
Phone: 03-6407116
Fax: 03-6409477
Office: Sharett - Educational Sciences, 337


Miri Yemini works in the field of comparative education, with interests in the internationalisation of education in schools and higher education, global citizenship education, and education in conflict-ridden societies.


Miri Yemini and Claire Maxwell. 2021. Alternative modes of family travel: Parental ‘exit’ strategies for global citizenship education. Globalisation, Societies and Education. 1-20.

May Amiel, Miri Yemini and Nina Kolleck. 2021. Questioning the rhetoric: A critical analysis of intergovernmental organisations’ entrepreneurship education policy. European Education Research Journal. 1-20.

Annette Bamberger and Miri Yemini. 2021. Internationalisation, teacher education and institutional identities: a comparative analysis. Teachers and Teaching. 1-20.

Miri Yemini. 2021. Rethinking the sacred truths of Global Citizenship Education: A theoretical exploration. Prospects. 1-20.

Daniella Foux, Miri Yemini and Nina Kolleck. 2021. Post-secularism muting controversy: School-NGO interactions in Israel through the prism of stakeholder salience theory. Globalisation, Societies and Education. 1-20.

Inbar Gotlib Rivkin and Miri Yemini. 2022. Standards-based vs. self-improvement excellence in Israeli education. Compare. 1-20.

Hila Hagage Beykovich and Miri Yemini. 2022. Parental engagement in international schools – mobility, privilege and class. Educational Review. 1-20.

Itamar Rosenfeld, Dan Mamlok and Miri Yemini. 2022. Agency and professional identity among migrant teachers: How does the experience of teaching abroad shape teachers’ professional identity? Teachers and Teaching. 1-20.

Maria Leybenson, Mary Gutman and Miri Yemini. 2022. Parental Logic amongst Russian-Speaking Two-Step Migrants. Journal of Family Studies. 1-20.

Hadas Flesh, Moosung Lee and Miri Yemini. 2022. Between the flag and the globe: the national identity of Israeli students at United World Colleges and at local Israeli schools. Educational Review. 74(1), 25-38.

Sharon Shani and Miri Yemini. 2022. Is educational entrepreneurship context-dependent? Insights from directors of Israeli local education authorities. Leadership, Policy and Schools. 1-20.

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