Symbol of Hope for a World Without Walls: The Fall of the Berlin Wall as a Global Iconic Event
(forthcoming in 2015) Divinatio, 39 (also translated into Bulgarian)
More hope! Ceremonial media events are still important in the 21st century
(forthcoming in 2015) in Mitu, B. & Poulakidakos, S. (Eds.), Global Perspectives on Media Events in Contemporary Society. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Iconoclash, or how to become “friends of interpretable objects?
(2013) Read Bruno Latour! In J. Elkins, K. McGuire, M. Burns, A. Chester, & J. Kuennen (Eds.), Theorizing Visual Studies: Writing Through the Discipline (pp.131-34). New York, London: Routledge.
Counterrevolutionary icons: The representation of the 1956 ‘counterrevolution’ in the Hungarian communist press
(2013) in Journalism Studies, 14(3), 336-354.
Iconic rituals: Towards a social theory of encountering images
(2012) in J. C. Alexander, D. Bartmanski & B. Giesen (Eds.), Iconic power: Materiality and meaning in social life (pp. 219-233). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Remembering through sharing
(2010) in The New Everyday, 1(3) [online journal publication].