Books and Book Chapters

  • Bouma, Gary, 2012, Religion And Diversity In A Globalizing Australia Beyond Ground Zero, DIAC, Canberra (with Desmond Cahill, Hass Dellal and Michael Leahey, in Press)
  • Howie, Luke, 2012, Witnesses to Terror: Understanding the Meanings and Consequences of Terrorism, Palgrave, Hampshire
  • Howie, Luke, 2011, Terror on the Screen: Witnesses and the Re-animation of 9/11 as Image-Event, Popular Culture and Pornography, New Academia, Washington D.C.
  • Howie, Luke, 2009, Terrorism, the Worker and the City: Simulations and Security in a Time of Terrorism, Gower/Ashgate, Surrey
  • Howie, Luke, 2009, Australia’s History of Terrorism: Institutionalized Discrimination and the Response of the Mob, in S. Brawley (ed), Doomed to Repeat? Terrorism and the Lessons of History, New Academia, Washington D.C.
  • Lentini, Pete, 2012, Neojihadism: A New Understanding of Terrorism and Extremism?, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
  • Lentini, Pete, 2011, The 2012 Milieu? Hybridity, Diversity and Stigmatised Knowledge, in Joseph Gelfer (ed.), Decoding the Countercultural Apocalypse, Equinox, London
  • Lentini, Pete, 2010, The 2003 Chechen Amnesty: An Unexpected Obstacle on the Road to Social Cohesion?, in David Wright-Neville and Anna Halafoff (eds), Terrorism and Social Exclusion: Misplaced Risk–Common Security, Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham, UK
  • Lentini, Pete, 2010, Clergy Training and Multifaith Peacebuilding in Australia, in David Wright-Neville and Anna Halafoff (eds), Terrorism and Social Exclusion: Misplaced Risk–Common Security, Edward Elgar Publishers, Cheltenham, UK (with Anna Halafoff, Pete Lentini and Gary Bouma)
  • Lentini, Pete, 2008, Antipodal Terrorists? Accounting for Differences in Australian and Global Neojihadists, in Ricard Devetak and Christopher W. Hughes (eds) The Globalization of Violence: Globalization’s Shadow, Routledge, London (funded by Australian Research Council and Monash University Grants)
  • Lentini, Pete, 2007, Countering Terrorism as if Muslims Matter: Cultural Citizenship and Civic Pre-Emption in Anti-Terrorism, in Leslie Holmes (ed.), Terrorism, Corruption and Organised Crime: Networks and Linkages, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (funded by Monash University and ARC Linkage Grant)
  • Lentini, Pete, 2006, “Rogue Reverts”? Muslim Converts, Moral Panics and Australian Citizenship, in Fethi Mansouri and Shahram Akbarzadeh (eds), Islam and Human Security, Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle (funded by Australian Research Council and Monash University Grants)
  • Lentini, Pete (eds), 2004, Regional Security in the Asia-Pacific: 9/11 and After, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (with Marika Vicziany and David Wright-Neville)
  • Lentini, Pete, 2004, What Has Changed, and What Hasn’t Changed since 9/11?, in Marika Vicziany, David Wright-Neville and Pete Lentini (eds), Regional Security in the Asia-Pacific: 9/11 and After, Edward Elgar, Cheltenham (with Marika Vicziany and David Wright-Neville, funded by Monash University Grants)
  • Lentini, Pete, 1999, (Re-)Politicising Rusian Youth Cultures: Post-Communist Continuities and Contradictions, Dept of Slavic Studies, Monash University, Clayton Vic Australia