B Arts, M Arts (Hons), PhD (Hons)
Lecturer, School of Humanities, Languages and Social Science
- Youth Culture
- Popular Music
- Popular Culture and Globalisation
- The 1960s
- Media and Cultural Studies
Current teaching areas
- 1506LHS Fundamentals of Communication
- 2026LHS Sociology of Youth
- Feldman-Barrett, C. (Ed.). (2015). Lost histories of youth culture. New York: Peter Lang.
- Feldman, C. J. (2009). 'We are the Mods': A transnational history of a youth subculture. New York: Peter Lang.
- Feldman-Barrett, C. and Bennett, A. (2016). 'All that glitters': Glam, bricolage, and the history of post-war youth culture. In I. Chapman & H. Johnson (Eds.), Global Glam and Popular Music: Style and Spectacle from the 1970s to the 2000s (pp. 11-24). London: Routledge.
- Feldman-Barrett, C. (2015). Archival research and the expansion of popular music history. In A. Bennett & S. Waksman (Eds.), The SAGE handbook of popular music (pp. 83-98). London: SAGE.
- Feldman-Barrett, C. (2015). Documenting the subcultural experience: Towards an archive of Australian youth histories. In S. Baker, B. Robards & B. Buttigieg (Eds.), Youth cultures and subcultures: Australian perspectives (pp. 253-264). Farnham: Ashgate.
- Feldman-Barrett, C. (2015). Introduction: Youth histories lost and found. In C. Feldman-Barrett (Ed.), Lost histories of youth culture (pp. 1-16). New York: Peter Lang.
- Feldman-Barrett, C. (2015). Lost province of German youth: Remembering East Prussia's last generation. In C. Feldman-Barrett (Ed.), Lost histories of youth culture (pp. 87-104). New York: Peter Lang.
- Feldman, C.J. (2009). Austin Powers: Reinventing the myth of mod spies and swingers.' In J. Packer (Ed.), Secret agents: Popular icons beyond James Bond (pp. 53-76). New York: Peter Lang.
Refereed journal articles
- Feldman-Barrett, C. (2015). 'Rock 'n' Roll was everywhere': Youth culture history as heritage tourism on Queensland's Gold Coast, Queensland Review, 22(2), 131-142.
- Feldman-Barrett, C. (2014). From Beatles fans to beat groups: A historiography of the 1960s all-girl rock band, Feminist Media Studies, 14(6), 1041-1055.
- Feldman-Barrett, C. (2013). Time machine fashion: Neo-Victorian style in twenty-first century subcultures, Australasian Journal of Victorian Studies, 18(3), 72-83.
Refereed conference papers
- Feldman, C.J. (2008) ‘Mod in the U.S.A.', The National Communication Association Annual conference, San Diego, California, U.S.A., 23 November 23.
- Feldman, C.J. (2006) 'Mop-Top Masculinity: The Subtext, Satire, and Sensibility of the Beatles Haircut', Console-ing Passions: The Bi-Annual International Conference on Television, Audio, New Media, and Feminism, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, U.S.A., May 27.
- Feldman, C.J. (2006) 'The Revolution was Televised: Commemorating the Beatles Invasion of America', The Popular Culture Association Annual Conference, Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.A., April 12.
- Feldman, C.J. (2006) 'Are You a Mod or a Rocker? The Marcuse-McLuhan Dialectic in Mid-Sixties Culture', The Historicizing Aesthetics/Aestheticizing History Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, U.S.A., April 8.
- Feldman, C.J. (2004) 'The Internet-ional Jet-Set: Mod Culture Online', The Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Brighton, U.K., September 22.
- Feldman, C.J. (2004) 'Designing Time: The Retro-Forward Logic of Mod Style', The International Communication Association Annual Conference, New Orleans, U.S.A., May 31.
- Feldman, C.J. (2004) 'I'm Looking Through You: The Beatles and the Mod Gaze', Console-ing Passions: The Bi-Annual International Conference on Television, Audio, New Media, and Feminism, New Orleans, U.S.A, May 31.