Mnemo ZIN & Gannon, S. (2022, forthcoming). Scenes from a collective biography of Cold War childhoods: A decolonial ethnodrama. Cultural Studies <=> Critical Methodologies.

Forster, R., Mnemo ZIN , Keto, S. & Pulkki, J. (2022, forthcoming). Recognizing ecosocialization in childhood memories. Educational Studies.

Mnemo ZIN (2022, forthcoming). Doing Collective Biography: An approach to investigating Cold War childhoods. In Kaisa Vehkalahti, Essi Jouhki, Tiina Kuokkanen, Sanna Lipkin and Johanna Sitomaniemi-San (Eds) Historiallisia Tutkimuksia

Mnemo ZIN & Tion, L. (2021). Researching Social Upheaval and Politics through Memory Stories of Childhood. pp. 58-74 In Dreke, C. & Hungerland, B. (Eds) Children and Childhood in Social Upheaval. Beltz Juventa. [pdf]

Silova, I., Millei, Z., Chachkhiani, K., Palandjian, G. and Vitrukh, M. (2021) Revisiting Post-Socialist Education Transformations: Monuments, Movements, and Metamorphoses. In T. Jules, R. Shields & M. Thomas (Eds.), Bloomsbury Handbook of Theory in Comparative and International Education. [https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/bloomsbury-handbook-of-theory-in-comparative-and-international-education-9781350078765/]

Goebel, J., Manion, C., Millei, Z., Read, R. & Silova, I. (2020) Academic Conferencing in the Age of COVID-19: The Case of the Comparative and International Education Society (CIES). International Review of Education – Special Issue – Education in the Age of COVID-19 [https://link-springer-com.libproxy.tuni.fi/article/10.1007/s11159-020-09873-8]

Silova, I, Millei, Z., Goebel, J., Manion, C. and Read, R. (2020) Beyond the Human: Rethinking Education and Academic Conferencing During the Times of Climate Crisis. Comparative Education Review. [https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/abs/10.1086/710774]

Millei, Z., Piattoeva, N., Silova, I. & Aydarova, E. (2019). Hiusrusettien politiikkaa lasten arkielämässä. Idäntutkimus 26 (4), 75-88. [https://journal.fi/idantutkimus/article/view/88849]

Millei, Z., Silova, I. & Gannon, S. (2019). Thinking Through and Coming to Know With Memories of Childhood in (Post)Socialist Spaces. Children’s Geographies. Full text: https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14733285.2019.1648759 [PDF]

Silova, I. (2019). Lessons in everyday nationhood: childhood memories of ‘breaching’ the nation, Children’s Geographies. [10.1080/14733285.2019.1618440]

Silova, I., Piattoeva, N. & Millei, Z. (2018). Childhood and Schooling in (Post) Socialist Societies: Memories of Everyday Life. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. [https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-319-62791-5]

Silova, I., Millei, Z. & Piattoeva, N. (2017). Interrupting the Coloniality of Knowledge and Being in Comparative Education: Post-Socialist and Post-Colonial Dialogues after the Cold War. Comparative Education Review 61(S1), S74-S102. [pdf]

Millei, Z. (2013). Memory and kindergarten teachers’ work: Children’s needs before the needs of the socialist state. Globalization, Societies and Education. Special Issue on Socialism and Education 11(2), 170-193. [pdf]

Millei, Z. & Imre, R. (2013). The ‘cosmopolitan’ project and Hungarian kindergarten education: Re-reading socialism.Prospects, 43, 133-149. [pdf]

Griffiths, T. G. & Millei, Z. (Eds) (2013) Logics of Socialist Education: Engaging with Crisis, Insecurity and Uncertainty. Dordrecht, The Netherlands: Springer [pdf]

Griffiths, T.G. & Millei, Z. (2013) Education in/for socialism: historical, current and future perspectives – Journal Special Issue in Globalisation, Societies and Education 11(2) [pdf]

Millei, Z. (2011) Governing Through the Early Childhood Curriculum, ‘The Child’, and ‘Community’: Ideologies of Socialist Hungary and Neoliberal Australia. European Education43(1) 33-55. [pdf]

Silova, I. (Ed.). (2011). Globalization on the margins: Education and post-socialist transformations in Central Asia. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.

Silova, I. (Ed.). (2010). Post-socialism is not dead: (Re)reading the global in comparative education. Bingley, UK: Emerald Publishing.

Millei, Z. & Imre, R. (2010) Re-thinking transition through ideas of ‘community’ in Hungarian kindergarten curriculum. (pp. 125-154) In: Silova, I. (Eds.). Post-Socialism is not Dead: (Re)Reading the Global in Comparative Education. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited. [pdf]

Imre, R. & Millei, Z. (2009) Smashing Cosmopolitanism: The Neo-liberal Destruction of Cosmopolitan Education in East-Central Europe. Current Issues in Comparative Education. Special Issue on Cosmopolitanism. 12(1), 76-85. [pdf]