Conferences and Publications are listed below, selected papers have been uploaded; please click the subheading on the left for further information:
Clempson, C. (2016) ‘If art acts like anthropology, is it still art: am ‘I’ still me?’ Contemporary Ethnography across the Disciplines 2016. University of Cape Town.
Clempson, C. (2015) ‘Creative Arts Practice’, Teachers Conference: Creative and Therapeutic Arts. University of South Wales.
Clempson, C. (2012) ‘Soup Tale: From Routes to Routine’ 5th Global Diaspora Conference 2010, Oxford.
Clempson, C and S, Kerim. (2011) ‘Re-visions: the postgraduate e-journal in art and design’, AAH Student Conference: Subversive Beauty, Loughborough University.
Clempson, C. (2010) ‘”Are we still homeless?” Am ‘I’ still part of that “we”?’, 3rd Global Diaspora Conference 2010, Oxford University (7-9 July).
Clempson, C. (2010) ‘Wanted: Grandma for acts of Gift Giving’ (poster presentation), Re-visions.
Clempson, C. (2009) ‘Self: Hand me Down Clothes’, Multiculturalism, Conflict and Belonging, Oxford.
Clempson, C. (2008) ‘Help me: My Clothes are my Soul’ (poster), Ending International Feminist Futures.
Clempson C. (2007) ‘Mural Project: Transforming Approaches to Mental Health in Teaching and Learning’ Rethinking Inter-professional Education and Development, Plymouth University.
Clempson, C. (2007) ‘Exploring and Expressing Individuality through Artistic Practice’. Inspiring Transformation: the arts and Health Conference, University of Northampton.
Clempson, C. (to be confirmed) ‘My Kitchen Cupboard’, Interiority and the Interior. Palgrave Macmillan Press.
Clempson, C. (2010) ‘”Are we still homeless?” Am ‘I’ still part of that “we”?’, 3rd Global Diaspora Conference 2010, Inter-disciplinary.net. http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/clempson.pdf
Clempson, C. (2010) ‘Self: Hand me Down Clothes’ edited by K. Wilson. Looking at Ourselves, Inter-http://www.inter-disciplinary.net/ publishing/id-press/ebooks/looking-at-ourselves/
Clempson, C. (2008) ‘Help me: My Clothes are my Soul’, Where is Feminism Now? (Zine) Grays Art http://www.hourglassprocess.org/