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I am a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Social Sciences, in the School of Law and Social Science. I specialise in modern and contemporary British history and social policy with a focus on Britain's youth, welfare and charity since 1945. I have worked on a British Academy project supporting charities and voluntary archives to preserve and use their archives. I teach various social science modules and oversee the work placement module for the Division. I consult and support charities with archiving and heritage projects, most recently Merseyside Youth Association's 130th Anniversary celebrations.
My research looks at youth, charity and welfare since 1945. I am interested in youth clubs and voluntary youth services, the young people that went to youth clubs, and the way the state used the youth service to try and tackle juvenile delinquency. My social policy work focuses on how state welfare supports young people into adulthood.
My other area of research is the preservation and use of the archives of charities and voluntary organisations. I consult and support charities with archives and heritage projects.
I co-chair the LSBU Inclusive Researcher Group. This group looks to make the LSBU research environment more inclusive and remove barriers to participating in research for certain groups of researchers.
Sociology (Social Policy) - BSc (Hons)
Sociology - BSc (Hons)
Social Sciences - PhD / MRes
Politics (Social Policy) - BA (Hons)
Politics and International Relations - BA (Hons)
Criminology (Social Policy) - BSc (Hons)
Professional Doctorate in Education with specific focus on social justice and inclusion - EdD
Postgraduate Research Supervision
|Mr Peter William Jones||Were public health initiatives in interwar Bermondsey rightly described as being revolutionary?||PhD|
|Mr Simon Wickenden||Reconceptualizing LSBU's ITE Partnership with Senior Primary School Leaders||DProf|
|Mr Mohammad Imran||Regional Media and Appeasement: Local Newspaper’s Influence on Appeasement Debate 1936-1939||PhD|
|Mr Robert Malcolm Hush||Teaching law in a modern university - what is the law teacher and learner experience of Collaborative Learning?||DProf|
Awarded in the last 5 years
|Epigeum Supervisory Training||PhD|
University of Kent
Kings College London
|British Academy||2019||Archiving the Mixed Economy of Welfare in Britain||Principal Investigator|
|Toynbee Hall||2018||G064_Charlotte Clemens_LSS||Principal Investigator|
Lady Albemarle’s youth workers: contested professional identities in English youth work 1958-1985
Clements, C (2019). Lady Albemarle’s youth workers: contested professional identities in English youth work 1958-1985. History of Education. https://doi.org/10.1080/0046760X.2019.1588395
Other pasts, different presents, alternative futures, by Jeremy Black
Charlotte Clements (2018). Other pasts, different presents, alternative futures, by Jeremy Black. History of Education. pp. 860-861. https://doi.org/10.1080/0046760x.2018.1538432
Good practice case study: Diversifying the curriculum and engaging students through archives and object handling
Clements, CR and Brewis, G (2017). Good practice case study: Diversifying the curriculum and engaging students through archives and object handling. in: Krcmar, K (ed.) The Inclusivity Gap Aberdeen, Scotland Inspired By Learning.