Prof. Miri Yemini

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Prof. Miri Yemini
Phone: 03-6407116
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Office: Sharett - Educational Sciences, 337


Miri Yemini is a professor of comparative education, tenured at Tel Aviv University, with interests in internationalisation of education in schools and higher education, global citizenship education, and education in conflict-ridden societies. She has also developed a strong research contribution around the involvement of external actors in schools. In addition, Prof. Yemini is an active member of CIES, CESE and BAICE and she is a President Elect for the Israeli Comparative Education Society. Prof. Yemini has published extensively, among others in: Educational Administration Quarterly, Educational Management Administration & Leadership, Comparative Education Review, Teaching and Teachers Education, Compare, Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education, Journal of Studies in International Education, Globalisation, Societies and Education, Urban Education, Educational Review


Nina Kolleck, Angelica Rieck*, and Miri Yemini. 2020. Goals aligned: Analyzing the predictors of common goal identification in educational cross-sectoral collaboration initiatives. Educational Management Administration and Leadership. 48(5), 916-934.

Heela Goren**, Miri Yemini, Claire Maxwell, and Efrat Blumenfeld-Lieberthal. 2020.   Defining the global turn in education – a review of literature. Review of Research in Education. 44(1), 36-63.

Miri Yemini and Claire Maxwell. 2020. The purpose of travel in the cultivation practices of differently positioned parental groups in Israel. British Journal of Sociology of Education, 41(1), 18-31.

Annette Bamberger**, Yifat Bronshtein** and Miri Yemini. 2020. Portraying the institution, building expectations and constructing desired international students: a comparative analysis of social media data trails. Teaching in Higher Education. 25(4), 476-492.

Nina Kolleck and Miri Yemini. 2020. Emerging global educational norms: A critical analysis of scholarship on Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) within the literature on Global Citizenship Education (GCE). Journal of Environmental Education. 51(4), 317-331.

Claire Maxwell, Miri Yemini, Moosung Lee and Laura Engel. 2020. Cosmopolitan nationalism in education. British Journal of Sociology of Education. 41(6), 845-858.

Victoria Kot*, Miri Yemini and Maia Chankseliani. 2020. Triple exclusion: Life stories of Jewish migrant academics from former Soviet Union at contested university under siege. International Journal of Educational Development. 76(2020), 102191-102120.

Miri Yemini, Claire Maxwell, Aaron Koh, Ignacio Barenechea**, Jason Beech, and Khen Tucker**. 2020. Mobile nationalism: parenting and articulations of belonging among globally-mobile professionals. Sociology. 54(6), 1212-1229.

Miri Yemini. 2020. International collaborations among top performing scholars. Journal of Studies in International Education. 1-20.

Miri Yemini and Claire Maxwell. 2020. Mobilities of policy and mobile parents - creating a new dynamic in policy borrowing within state schooling. Globalisation, Societies and Education. 1-20.

Itamar Rosenfeld*, Miri Yemini and Laura Engel. 2020. Walking between the raindrops: The role of religion in globalised schooling Discourse: Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education. 1-20.

Maayan Mizrachi**, Claire Maxwell and Miri Yemini. 2021. Buffered mobility – parenting strategies of religious global middle-class families. Education Inquiry. 1-20.

Aaron Koh, Jason Beech, Claire Maxwell, Ignacio Barenechea**, Khen Tucker**, and Miri Yemini. 2021. Cosmopolitan start-up’ capital: Mobility and school choices of Global Middle Class parents. Cambridge Journal of Education. 1-20.

Miri Yemini. 2021. Internationalisation by demarcating the role of higher education in Sustainable Development Goals: The case of Israel.  European Journal of Education.  1-20.

Hadas Flesh*, Moosung Lee and Miri Yemini. 2021. UWC Israeli students redefine identities – a comparative study.  Educational Review. 1-20.

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 magic pill – Entrepreneurship education in OECD and EU. European Education Research Journal. 1-20.


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