Prof Michele Grossman AM

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Research Chair in Diversity and Community Resilience

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

Alfred Deakin Institute

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Contact

Publications

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2023

Resilience to violent extremism at the crossroads

M Grossman

(2023), pp. 33-50, Routledge Handbook of Violent Extremism and Resilience, B1

book chapter

Australia

Michele Grossman, Vivian Gerrand

(2023), pp. 236-253, Routledge Handbook of Violent Extremism and Resilience, London, Eng., B1

book chapter

WORKING WITH COMMUNITIES TO COUNTER RADICALISATION

P Thomas, M Grossman

(2023), pp. 292-305, The Routledge Handbook on Radicalisation and Countering Radicalisation, B1

book chapter

Needs, Rights and Systems: Increasing Canadian Intimate Bystander Reporting on Radicalizing to Violence

S Thompson, M Grossman, P Thomas

(2023), pp. 1-22, Terrorism and Political Violence, London, Eng., C1-1

journal article

Obstacles and facilitators to intimate bystanders reporting violent extremism or targeted violence

D Eisenman, S Weine, P Thomas, M Grossman, N Porter, N Shah, C Polutnik Smith, Z Brahmbhatt, M Fernandes

(2023), Vol. 16, pp. 672-699, Critical Studies on Terrorism, Oxford, Eng., C1

journal article
2022

Understanding the Experiences of Families of Radicalised Muslim Youth in Australia

Vivian Gerrand, Michele Grossman

(2022), pp. 92-111, Radicalisation, Extremism and Social Work Practice : Minority Muslim Youth in the West, London, Eng., B1

book chapter

Understanding the Experiences of Families of Radicalised Muslim Youth in Australia: Implications for Social Work Practice

V Gerrand, M Grossman

(2022), pp. 92-111, Radicalisation, Extremism and Social Work Practice: Minority Muslim Youth in the West, London, Eng., B1

book chapter

Terrorism Confidential: Ethics, Primary Data and the Construction of "Necessary Fictions"

Michele Grossman, Vivian Gerrand

(2022), pp. 22-36, Ethics and Terrorism, London, Eng., B1

book chapter

Youth Resilience to Violent Extremism: Development and Validation of the BRAVE Measure

M Grossman, K Hadfield, P Jefferies, V Gerrand, M Ungar

(2022), Vol. 34, pp. 468-488, Terrorism and Political Violence, C1

journal article

Bystander reporting to prevent violent extremism and targeted violence: learning from practitioners

D Eisenman, S Weine, N Shah, N Jones, C Polutnik Smith, P Thomas, M Grossman

(2022), pp. 1-19, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression, London, Eng., C1

journal article
2021

Resilience to violent extremism and terrorism: A multisystemic analysis

M Grossman

(2021), pp. 293-317, Multisystemic resilience : adaptation and transformation in contexts of change, Oxford, Eng., B1

book chapter

Australia : Diversity, Neutrality and Exceptionalism

Michele Grossman, Vivian Gerrand, Anna Halafoff

(2021), pp. 296-308, Routledge Handbook on the Governance of Religious Diversity, London, Eng., B1

book chapter

Sleep difficulties among South Sudanese former refugees settled in Australia

D Bruck, S Atem Deng, B Kot, M Grossman

(2021), Vol. 58, pp. 172-186, Transcultural Psychiatry, England, C1

journal article

Terrorism confidential: ethics, primary data and the construction of "Necessary Fictions"

M Grossman, V Gerrand

(2021), Vol. 33, pp. 242-256, Terrorism and political violence, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal article

A bridge too far? An academic-national security practitioner dialogue on research collaboration across the divide

M Grossman, N Davis

(2021), Vol. 16, pp. 12-31, Journal of policing, intelligence and counter terrorism, Abingdon, Eng., C1

journal article
2020

Australia. Diversity, neutrality and exceptionalism

Michele Grossman, Vivian Gerrand, Anna Halafoff

(2020), pp. 296-308, Routledge Handbook on the Governance of Religious Diversity, London, Eng., B1

book chapter

Community reporting on violent extremism by 'intimates': emergent findings from international evidence

P Thomas, M Grossman, K Christmann, S Miah

(2020), Vol. 13, pp. 638-659, Critical Studies on Terrorism, London, Eng., C1

journal article
2019

Interpreting text and image relations in violent extremist discourse: A mixed methods approach for big data analytics

K O’halloran, S Tan, P Wignell, J Bateman, D Pham, M Grossman, A Vande Moere

(2019), Vol. 31, pp. 454-474, Terrorism and Political Violence, C1

journal article

The Dury's Out: Participatory drama and applied theatre processes as ways of addressing radicalized thinking - a pilot study

M Upton, M Grossman

(2019), Vol. 7, pp. 51-66, Applied Theatre Research, Bristol, Eng., C1

journal article
2018

When the 'Right Thing to Do' Feels So Wrong: Australian Muslim Perspectives on 'Intimates' Reporting to Authorities About Violent Extremism

M Grossman

(2018), pp. 203-222, Islamophobia and Radicalization: Breeding Intolerance and Violence, Berlin, Germany, B1

book chapter

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 article

The association between discrimination and violence among Somali Canadian youth

M Ungar, K Hadfield, A Amarasingam, S Morgan, M Grossman

(2018), Vol. 44, pp. 2273-2285, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, C1

journal article

Digital me, digital us: curious, critical & creative pilot project evaluation report

C Beavis, L Pangrazio, Michelle Grossman, A Keddie, T Cinque, M Vergani, C Eveley, V Trundle, C Speldewinde

(2018), [Melbourne, Vic.], A6

research report/technical paper
2017

Re-thinking 'vulnerability' in the context of 'diversity': Cross-cultural reform in policing education and training in Australia

M Grossman

(2017), pp. 119-143, Policing encounters with vulnerability, Berlin, Germany, B1

book chapter
2016

Stocktake research project: a systematic literature and selected program review on social cohesion, community resilience and violent extremism 2011-2015

M Grossman, M Peucker, D Smith, H Dellal

(2016), Melbourne, Vic., A6

research report/technical paper
2015

Disenchantments: counter-terror narratives and conviviality

M Grossman

(2015), pp. 71-89, Cultural, religious and political Contestations: the multicultural challenge, Cham, Switzerland, B1-1

book chapter

Community perceptions of radicalisation and violent extremism: an Australian perspective

M Grossman, H Tahiri

(2015), Vol. 10, pp. 14-24, Journal of policing, intelligence and counter terrorism, Abingdon, Eng., C1-1

journal article
2014

Resilient multiculturalism? diversifying Australian approaches to community resilience and cultural difference

M Grossman

(2014), pp. 161-180, Global perspectives on the politics of multiculturalism in the 21st century : a case study analysis, London, Eng., B1-1

book chapter

More than a game : the impact of sport-based youth mentoring schemes on developing resilience toward violent extremism

A Johns, M Grossman, K McDonald

(2014), Vol. 2, pp. 57-70, Social inclusion, Lisbon, Portugal, C1

journal article

Disenchantments: counterterror narratives and conviviality

M Grossman

(2014), Vol. 7, pp. 319-335, Critical studies on terrorism, Abingdon, Eng., C1-1

journal article
2013

Entangled subjects indigenous/Australian cross-cultures of talk, text, and modernity

M Grossman

(2013), Amsterdam, The Netherlands, A1-1

book

Prognosis critical: resilience and multiculturalism in contemporary Australia

M Grossman

(2013), Vol. 16, pp. 1-1, M/C journal: a journal of media and culture, Brisbane, Qld., C1

journal article

Reflections on a participatory research project: young people of refugee background in an arts-based program

C Sonn, M Grossman, A Utomo

(2013), Vol. 5, pp. 95-110, Journal for social action in counseling and psychology, Portland, Or., C1-1

journal article

Learning to engage: a review of Victoria Police cross-cultural training practices

M Grossman, D Bruck, P Stephenson, R Dwyer, J Roose

(2013), Melbourne, Vic., A6-1

research report/technical paper

Community and radicalisation: an examination of perceptions, ideas, beliefs and solutions throughout Australia

H Tahiri, M Grossman

(2013), Docklands, Vic., A6-1

research report/technical paper
2004

Beyond orality and literacy: Textuality, modernity and representation in gularabulu: Stories from the West Kimberley

M Grossman

(2004), Vol. 28, pp. 59-71, Journal of Australian Studies, C1-1

journal article
1998

Out of the salon and into the streets: Contextualising Australian indigenous women's writing

M Grossman

(1998), Vol. 5, pp. 169-192, Women's Writing, C1-1

journal article
1996

Body shopping: Maternity and alterity in Mamatoto

M Grossman, D Cuthbert

(1996), Vol. 10, pp. 430-448, Cultural Studies, C1-1

journal article

Aboriginal identity, art and culture

D Cuthbert, M Grossman, S Prttchard

(1996), Vol. 6, pp. 251-314, Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, C1-1

journal article
1995

Aboriginal identity, art and culture

M Grossman, D Cuthbert

(1995), Vol. 5, pp. 304-368, Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, C1-1

journal article
1994

Aboriginal identity, culture and art

D Cuthbert, M Grossman

(1994), Vol. 4, pp. 281-316, Year's Work in Critical and Cultural Theory, C1-1

journal article

Funded Projects at Deakin

Australian Competitive Grants

Understanding the drivers and motivators of extremist violence

Prof Stephane Shepherd, Prof Michele Grossman AM, Prof Michele Pathe, Prof Paul Gill

ARC - Discovery Projects

  • 2024: $61,495
  • 2023: $249,032

Other Public Sector Funding

Evaluation of the NSW Community Advice and Support Service in relation to the Countering Violent Ex

Prof Michele Grossman AM, Bulent Delal, Lynn Cain, Rita Faelli, Sophie Qin, Zoe Seeberg-Gordon

Attorney-General's Department

  • 2018: $60,000
  • 2017: $35,000

Youth resilience to violent extremism: A standardised measure

Prof Michele Grossman AM, Dr Michael Ungar, Dr Amarnath Amarasingam

Attorney-General's Department

  • 2017: $100,242

Interviewing family members of young people who have joined overseas conflict

Prof Michele Grossman AM

Department of Premier and Cabinet Vic

  • 2017: $43,070

National Mapping of Support Services for the Directory of Intervention Support Services

Prof Michele Grossman AM, Dr Vanessa Barolsky, Dr Hass Dellal

Attorney-General's Department

  • 2018: $16,850
  • 2017: $275,191

The Dury's Out Education Resource: Pilot and Evaluation

Prof Michele Grossman AM, Dr Meg Upton

Department of Premier and Cabinet Vic

  • 2018: $3,794
  • 2017: $34,144

Role of Communities in Reintegrating Children, Women and Family Returnees From Conflict Zones

Prof Michele Grossman AM

AFP Australian Federal Police

  • 2018: $47,272
  • 2017: $96,363

Understanding Contemporary Terrorism & Developing Policy Responses

Prof Greg Barton, A/Prof Matteo Vergani, Prof Michele Grossman AM

DFAT Tender - Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade

  • 2018: $188,491
  • 2017: $69,712

GREASE - Radicalisation, Secularism and the Governance of Religion: Bringing Together European and Asian Perspectives

Prof Anna Triandafyllidou, Prof Tariq Modood, Dr Hisham Hellyer, Prof Michele Grossman AM

Department of Home Affairs

  • 2020: $73,000
  • 2019: $77,975
  • 2018: $74,000

Development and delivery of the Digital Literacy and Digital Citizenship Pilot Program

Prof Catherine Beavis, Prof Michele Grossman AM, Prof Amanda Keddie, A/Prof Toija Cinque, Dr Luci Pangrazio, A/Prof Matteo Vergani

Department of Premier and Cabinet Vic

  • 2018: $166,889

Centre for Resilient and Inclusive Societies (CRIS)

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

Department of Premier and Cabinet Vic

  • 2019: $1,824,753
  • 2018: $1,065,362

Evaluation of Victoria Police Cultural and Community Diversity Educational Strategy (working title).

Prof Chad Whelan, Prof Michele Grossman AM

The State of Victoria (through Victoria Police)

  • 2019: $39,682

Evaluation of AASW and APS Programs.

A/Prof Matteo Vergani, Prof Michele Grossman AM

Queensland Police Service

  • 2020: $144,500

Countering violent extremism research, capacity-building and symposia for government and academic stakeholders.

Prof Michele Grossman AM, Dr Vivian Gerrand, Ms Lydia Khalil

Department of Home Affairs

  • 2023: $200,000
  • 2022: $249,642
  • 2021: $53,300
  • 2020: $24,000

Local CVE capacity addressing far-right extremism in Australian rural and regional communities: Protections, vulnerabilities, needs and resources.

Prof Michele Grossman AM

Department of Home Affairs

  • 2022: $160,882

CRIS 2.0 ¿ The future of the Centre for Resilient and Inclusive Societies

Prof Michele Grossman AM, Prof Shahram Akbarzadeh, Mr Mark Duckworth, Prof Anita Harris, Dr Josh Roose

Department of Premier and Cabinet Vic

  • 2024: $212,500

Industry and Other Funding

Community Reporting Thresholds: Sharing information with authorities concerning violent extremist

Prof Michele Grossman AM

ESRC-DFID - Economic and Social Research Council

  • 2018: $18,008
  • 2017: $7,446

Measuring Impacts of Countering Violent Extremism Programs: Implications for Australia

Prof Michele Grossman AM, A/Prof Matteo Vergani

RAND Corporation (Australia) Pty Ltd

  • 2018: $4,200

Community Reporting Thresholds: Sharing Information with Authorities Concerning Terrorism Activity

Prof Michele Grossman AM

National Justice Institute

  • 2021: $79,167
  • 2020: $40,019

Community Reporting Thresholds: Sharing Information with Authorities on Violent Extremism - a Canadian Replication Study

Dr Sara Thompson, Prof Michele Grossman AM, Dr Paul Thomas

Community Resilience Fund

  • 2020: $139,076

Other Funding Sources

Centre for Resilient and Inclusive Societies (CRIS)

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

Western Sydney University, Victoria University

  • 2023: $152,089
  • 2022: $152,089
  • 2020: $163,325
  • 2019: $112,204

Countering violent extremism research, capacity-building and symposia for government and academic stakeholders.

Prof Michele Grossman AM, Dr Vivian Gerrand, Ms Lydia Khalil

Department of Home Affairs (non-HERDC income)

  • 2023: $70,000

Supervisions

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