Prof Greg Barton

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Chair In Global Islamic Politics

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

Alfred Deakin Institute

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Contact

greg.barton@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 925 17819

Publications

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2019

Does the awareness of mortality shape people's openness to violence and conflict? An examination of terror management theory

M Vergani, K O'Brien, P Lentini, G Barton

(2019), Vol. 40, pp. 111-124, Political psychology, Chichester, Eng., C1

journal
2018

Local service provision to counter violent extremism: perspectives, capabilities and challenges arising from an Australian service mapping project

A Cherney, R Sweid, M Grossman, A Derbas, K Dunn, C Jones, J Hartley, G Barton

(2018), Vol. 10, pp. 187-206, Behavioral sciences of terrorism and political aggression, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal

Jihadi-Salafi terrorism and violent extremism in the era of al-Qaeda and the Islamic state

G Barton

(2018), pp. 376-387, The Routledge international handbook of human aggression : current issues and perspectives, London, Eng., B1-1

chapter

The three Ps of radicalization: push, pull and personal. A systematic scoping review of the scientific evidence about radicalization into violent extremism

M Vergani, M Iqbal, E Ilbahar, G Barton

(2018), Studies in conflict and terrorism, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal
2017

Islam, society, politics, and change in Malaysia

G Barton

(2017), pp. 91-164, Islam in Asia: Changing Political Realities, B1

chapter

Islam and Politics in the New Indonesia

G Barton

(2017), pp. 1-90, Islam in Asia: Changing Political Realities, B1

chapter

Beyond social relationships: investigating positive and negative attitudes towards violent protest within the same social movement

M Vergani, G Barton, M Iqbal

(2017), Vol. 53, pp. 445-460, Journal of sociology, London, Eng., C1

journal

The decline and resurrection of Turkish Islamism: the story of Tayyip Erdogan's AKP

I Yilmaz, G Barton, J Barry

(2017), Vol. 1, pp. 48-62, Journal of citizenship and globalisation studies, Warsaw, Poland, C1

journal
2016

Islam, politics, and regime change in Wahid's Indonesia

G Barton

(2016), pp. 312-318, Tigers' Roar: Asia's Recovery and Its Impact, B1

chapter
2015

The Glen-Hizmet movement, its impact on Turkey and presence in Australia

I Yilmaz, C Polat

(2015), pp. 135-156, Reconciling cultural and political identities in a globalized world : perspectives on Australia-Turkey relations, London, Eng., B1-1

chapter
2014

Islam and Muslim-Buddhist and Muslim-Christian relations in Southeast Asia

G Barton, V Andre

(2014), Vol. 25, pp. 281-285, Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations, Abingdon, Eng., C1-1

journal

The Glen Movement, Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama: progressive Islamic thought, religious philanthropy and civil society in Turkey and Indonesia

G Barton

(2014), Vol. 25, pp. 287-301, Islam and Christian-Muslim relations, Abingdon, Eng., C1-1

journal

Post-authoritarian diversity in Indonesia's state-owned mosques: a manakiban case study

J Millie, G Barton, L Hindasah, M Moriyama

(2014), Vol. 45, pp. 194-213, Journal of Southeast Asian studies, Cambridge, Eng., C1-1

journal
2013

Fethullah Glen, the Movement and this book: An introductory overview

G Barton, P Weller, I Yilmaz

(2013), pp. 1-12, Muslim world and politics in transition : Creative contributions of the Gulen Movement, London, Eng., B1-1

chapter
2012

The landscape of services for drug users in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Chris Morrison, Yacinta Kurniasih, Greg Barton

(2012), Vol. 31, pp. 95-100, Drug and alcohol review, Chichester, Eng., C1-1

journal
2010

Internet in the Pesantren : A tool to promote or continue autonomous learning?

M Iqbal, G Barton, S Barton

(2010), pp. 3754-3760, Global Learn 2010 : Proceedings of Global Learn Asia Pacific 2010 : Global Conference on Learning and Technology, Penang, Malaysia, E1

conference

Indonesia's ePesantren and the transformative power of social capital

S Barton, G Barton

(2010), pp. 3740-3747, Global Learn 2010 : Proceedings of Global Learn Asia Pacific 2010 : Global Conference on Learning and Technology, Penang, Malaysia, E1

conference

Islamic education in Indonesia and the potential for social transformation through engagement in online communities

G Barton, S Barton, M Iqbal

(2010), pp. 3766-3776, Global Learn 2010 : Proceedings of Global Learn Asia Pacific 2010 : Global Conference on Learning and Technology, Penang, Malaysia, E1

conference

Indonesia: legitimacy, secular democracy, and Islam

G Barton

(2010), Vol. 38, pp. 471-496, Politics and policy, Chichester, Eng., C1-1

journal
2004

Indonesia`s struggle Jemmaah Islamiyah and the soul of Islam

G Barton

(2004), Australia, A1

book

From the comforts of print to the possibilities of digital media: leading the way in teaching political leadership in a faculty of arts

D Holt, S Barton, G Barton

(2004), pp. 1-10, Beyond the comfort zone : proceedings of the 21st ASCILITE Conference, Perth, 5-8 December, Perth, Western Australia, E1

conference
2002

Abdurrahman Wahid : Muslim democrat, Indonesian president - a view from inside

G Barton

(2002), Honolulu, HI, A1-1

book
2001

The prospects for Islam

G Barton

(2001), pp. 244-255, Indonesia today, challenges of history, Pasir Panjang, Singapore, B1

chapter

President Abdurrahman Wahid :a realist-idealist?

G Barton

(2001), pp. 312-328, Indonesia : the uncertain transition, Hindmarsh, S. Aust., B1

chapter

Evaluating the Wahid presidency : a response to Marcus Mietzner`s evaluation

G Barton

(2001), pp. 349-359, Indonesia : the uncertain transition, Hindmarsh, S. Aust., B1

chapter

Indonesia's difficult transition and President Abdurrahman Wahid

G Barton

(2001), Vol. 13, pp. 273-281, Global change, peace & security, Abingdon, England, C1

journal
1999

Nahdlatul Ulama, Abdurrahman Wahid and reformation: what does NU's November 1997 national gathering tell us?

G Barton, A Feillard

(1999), Vol. 6, pp. 1-39, Studia Islamika, Jakarta, Indonesia, C1-1

journal
1997

Indonesia's nurcholish madjid and abdurrahman wahid as intellectual ulama: The meeting of islamic traditionalism and modernism in neo-modernist thought

G Barton

(1997), Vol. 21, pp. 323-350, International Journal of Phytoremediation, C1-1

journal

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Capacity-building in Indonesian Islamic NGOs

Prof Sue Kenny, Prof Ismet Fanany, Prof Greg Barton

ARC - Discovery Projects

  • 2007: $65,178
  • 2006: $53,237

Religious diversity in Australia: Strategies to maintain social cohesion

Prof Douglas Ezzy, Prof Gary Bouma, Prof Greg Barton, A/Prof Anna Halafoff, Dr Lori Beaman, Prof Robert Jackson

ARC - Discovery Projects

  • 2019: $59,208
  • 2018: $38,040

Other Public Sector Funding

Democracy and Local Governance in Tunisia: Australian and Indonesian Perspectives

Prof Fethi Mansouri, Prof Greg Barton, Dr David Tittensor

  • 2016: $50,000

Australian Intervention Support Hub

Prof Greg Barton

  • 2016: $252,922

Southeast Asia Network of Civil Society Organisations

Prof Greg Barton

  • 2016: $282,122

Understanding Contemporary Terrorism & Developing Policy Responses

Prof Greg Barton, Dr Matteo Vergani, Prof Michele Grossman

  • 2018: $188,491
  • 2017: $69,712

SEAN-CSO on countering violent extremism - 17/11076-03

Dr Matteo Vergani, Prof Greg Barton

  • 2018: $165,041
  • 2017: $18,181

Centre for Resilient and Inclusive Societies (CRIS)

Prof Michele Grossman, Prof Fethi Mansouri, Prof Shahram Akbarzadeh, Prof Greg Barton, Dr Amanuel Elias, A/Prof Anna Halafoff, Dr Vivian Gerrand, Prof Anita Harris, Dr Amelia Johns, Prof Amanda Keddie, Prof Yin Paradies, Dr Matteo Vergani, Dr Jessica Walton, A/Prof Chad Whelan, Dr Ana-Maria Bliuc, Dr Philippa Collins, Dr Hass Dellal, Dr Nida Denson, Prof Kevin Dunn, Dr Liam Magee, Dr Liam McGarty, A/Prof Amanda Third, Dr Michael Ungar

  • 2019: $2,130,724
  • 2018: $1,065,362

Research and Relationships Partner for the South East Asian Network of Civil Society Organisations.

Prof Greg Barton, Dr Matteo Vergani

  • 2019: $146,651
  • 2018: $69,007

GCTF Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) Working Group - Workshop on Gender and P/CVE: the role of Civil Society Organizations (CSOs)

Prof Greg Barton, Dr Matteo Vergani

  • 2018: $100,000

Industry and Other Funding

Investigating the need for current practices around countering/preventing violent extremism and the work of Plan International in the Philippines, Indonesia and Myanmar

Dr Anthony Ware, Prof Matthew Clarke, Prof Greg Barton, Dr Matteo Vergani, Deakin Research Giving

  • 2018: $10,000

Other Funding Sources

Centre for Resilient and Inclusive Societies (CRIS)

Prof Michele Grossman, Prof Fethi Mansouri, Prof Shahram Akbarzadeh, Prof Greg Barton, Dr Amanuel Elias, A/Prof Anna Halafoff, Dr Vivian Gerrand, Prof Anita Harris, Dr Amelia Johns, Prof Amanda Keddie, Prof Yin Paradies, Dr Matteo Vergani, Dr Jessica Walton, A/Prof Chad Whelan, Dr Ana-Maria Bliuc, Dr Philippa Collins, Dr Hass Dellal, Dr Nida Denson, Prof Kevin Dunn, Dr Liam Magee, Dr Liam McGarty, A/Prof Amanda Third, Dr Michael Ungar

  • 2019: $202,203

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2018

Raden Yasin

Thesis entitled: The attitude of PKS on the implementation of Sharia in democratic Indonesia.

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

2005

Carl Vadivella Belle

Thesis entitled: Thaipusam in Malaysia: A Hindu Festival Misunderstood?

Doctor of Philosophy, School of International and Political Studies

2004

Robyn Gail Clifford

Thesis entitled: NGO Reflections on Civil Society and Democracy: An Indonesian Case Study

Doctor of Philosophy, School of International and Political Studies

2000

Djohan Effendi

Thesis entitled: Progressive Traditionalists: The Emergence of a New Discourse in Indonesia's Nahdlatul Ulama

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Social Inquiry

Viktor Zander

Thesis entitled: Identity and Marginality amongst Slavic Baptists in Victoria

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Social Inquiry

Associate Supervisor
2018

Muhammad Khoirul Muqtafa

Thesis entitled: Citizenship in A Multi-faith Society: A Case Study of Indonesia

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Humanities and Social Sciences

2005

Jamilah Ahmad

Thesis entitled: Undergraduate Public Relations Education in Malaysia: A Case Study

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Communication & Creative Arts

1999

Margo Dennis

Thesis entitled: IN HER OWN RIGHT: WOMEN, EQUALITY ANDTHE SALVATION ARMY.

Master of Arts, School of Social Inquiry