Articles by Ivana Milojević

Educational Futures

Leadership and Governance in Higher Education: Can Malaysian Universities Meet the Challenge,” (with Sohail Inayatullah), Foresight (Vol 18, 2016), 434-440.
Power and the Futures of the Internet,” (with Sohail Inayatullah), In Jennifer Winter and Ryota Ono, eds., The Future Internet: Alternative Visions. Springer, 2015, 59-74. (pre-publication, draft version)
Creating Alternative Futures through Storytelling: A Case Study from Serbia.Futures (Vol. 57, No. 1, 2014): 51-61 (with Aleksandra Izgarjan).
Why No Peace Has Come, Yet: The Impact of Gender Issues on Western Education and Schooling.” Redress: Journal of the Australian Women Educators (Vol. 17, No. 1, 2008), 3-11.
The River School: Exploring Racism in a Neohumanist School.” In: S. Inayatullah, M. Bussey and I. Milojević, (Eds.), Neohumanist Educational Futures: Liberating the Pedagogical Intellect  (Taipei: Tamkang University Press, 2006),  307-321.
Critical Spirituality as a Resource for Fostering Critical Pedagogy.Journal of Futures Studies (Vol. 9, No. 3, 2005), 1-16.
Hegemonic and Marginalised Utopias in the Contemporary Western World.Policy Futures in Education (Vol. 1, No. 3, 2003), 440–466. Reprinted in M.A. Peters and J. Freeman-Moir, (Eds.), Edutopias: New Utopian Thinking in Education (Rotterdam, Sense Publishers, 2006), 21-44.
Will We Ever Learn: What Sort of Education Do We Need for the Future?Social Alternatives (Vol. 22, No. 4, 2003), 17–21.
Futures and Utopian Thinking in Education“. From: Futures of Education: Feminist and Post-western Critiques and Visions, PhD Thesis (School of Education, The University of Queensland, 2002), 84-93.

Gender and Feminism

Why the Creation of a Better World is Premised on Achieving Gender Equity and on Celebrating Multiple Gender Diversities.Journal of Futures Studies (Vol. 16, No. 4, 2012), 51-66.
Timing Feminism, Feminising Time“. Futures (Vol. 40, No. 4, 2008), 329-345.
Futures Studies and Feminism“, conversation. Futures (Vol. 40, No. 4, 2008), 388-407 (with Karen Hurley, Eleonora Masini, Elise Boulding, Riane Eisler, Smita Premchander, Pamela McCorduck, Patricia Kelly, Debra Bateman, Elisabet Sahtouris, Caroline Smith, Jeanette Patindol, Vuokko Jarva, and Linda Groff).
Futures of Feminism“, editorial. Futures (Vol. 40, No. 4, 2008), 313-318 (with Karen Hurley and Anne Jenkins).
Gender Futures.” (2008),
Futures of Women.” (2008),
Feminist Critiques and Visions of the Future“. Futures Research Quarterly (Vol. 14, No1, 1998), 35-46 (with Sohail Inayatullah).

Global Futures

Power and the Futures of the Internet.” In: J.S. Winter & R. Ono (Ed.) The Future Internet: Alternative Visions, Public Administration and Information Technology series, (New York, Springer, 2016), 59-73 (with Sohail Inayatullah).
Alternative Futures of Globalization: Globotech versus Ecarmony.Journal of Futures Studies (Vol. 5, No. 4, 2001), 65–78.
Poverty–free Futures.Social Alternatives (Vol.  20, No. 2, 2001),  19–24. Revised version published as Creating Spaces for Poverty Free Futures. Development (Vol. 44, No. 4, 2001), 98–103.

Futures Studies

Narrative Foresight.Futures (Vol. 73, October 2015), 151-162 (with Sohail Inayatullah).
Constructing Alternative Selves: The Use of Futures Discourse in Narrative Therapy.Journal of Futures Studies (Narrative Theory and Futures Studies Special Issue), (Vol. 18, No. 3, 2014), 27-40.
A Selective History of Futures Thinking.” From: Futures of Education: Feminist and Post-western Critiques and Visions, PhD Thesis (School of Education, The University of Queensland, 2002), 29-40.
Future Studies.International Encyclopedia of Women (London, Routledge, 2001), 894–896.
Definitions and Histories of Utopia.” From: Futures of Education: Feminist and Post-western Critiques and Visions, PhD Thesis (School of Education, The University of Queensland, 2002), 39-85.

Peace Futures

Healing Traumatic Pasts Through Emancipatory Futures Narratives.ChildArt (Vol. 17, Issue 2, No. 50, April-June 2017), 13-15.
Looking 100 Years Back and 100 Years Forward – Peacebuilding in the Balkans Region.” In: R. Bahtijaragic & J. Evans Pim (Ed.) Nonkilling Balkans. (Honolulu & Sarajevo: Center for Global NonKilling & University of Sarajevo, 2015), 19-46.
Introduction.Breathing: Violence In, Peace Out (1-7), New Approaches to Peace and Conflict Series (Brisbane, University of Queensland Press, 2013), 1-7.
Making Peace: Kosovo/a and Serbia.Journal of Futures Studies (Vol. 13, No. 2, 2008), 1-11.
Gender, Militarism and the View of the Future: Students’ Views on the Introduction of the Civilian Service in Serbia.Journal of Peace Education (Vol. 5, No. 2, 2008), 175-191 (with Slobodanka Markov).
Reconciling Funny and Permissible: Can We Develop Non-violent Humour?Social Alternatives (Vol. 25, No. 1, 2006), 67-70.
Gender, Peace and Terrestrial Futures: Alternatives to Terrorism and War.Ljudska Bezbednost (Human Security), Thematic Issue: Gender and Human Security (Vol. 3, No. 2, 2005), 85-110. Previously published in Journal of Futures Studies, (Vol. 6, No. 3, 2002), 21–45.
Gender and the 1999 War In and Around Kosovo.Social Alternatives (Vol. 22, No. 2, 2003), 28–36.

In Other Languages

Članci na srpskom

Globalizacija, konflikt, interkulturalnost: stari identiteti i identiteti u nastajanju.Interkulturalnost (Vol. 2, 2011), 8-26.
Kakva nam se budućnost predskazuje: odgovor sajberfeminizma na sajberpatrijarhat.Kultura (Vol. 124, 2009), 15-40.


Feministinen kritiikki ja tulevaisuuden visiot.” Futura (No. 3, 2010), 19-31 (with Sohail Inayatullah).