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Camlin, D.A. (2016d). Libraries Gave Us Power. In: 14 November 2016, Keynote speech at International Centre for Community Music student research conference

Camlin, D.A. (2016a). Music In Three Dimensions. Doctoral Thesis. Sunderland: University of Sunderland.

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Camlin, D.A. (2016c). Whatever You Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not. In: Community Music Activity commission. July 2016, Edinburgh: ISME.

Camlin, D.A., Bartleet, B.-L., Haak-Schulerburg, M. & Cerachowitz, C. (2016). If Music Be The Food of Love... In: Community Music Activity Commission. July 2016, Edinburgh: ISME.

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Camlin, D.A. (2015a). Be More Human - Sing! Sing Up magazine.

Camlin, D.A. (2015b). Singing The Rights We Do Not Possess. In: Community Music: an interdisciplinary view. November 2015, Munich University.

Camlin, D.A. (2015c). This is My Truth, Tell Me Yours: emphasising dialogue within Participatory Music. International Journal of Community Music. 8 (3). p.pp. 233–257.

Camlin, D.A. (2015d). What’s Love Got To Do With It? In: June 2015, International Centre for Community Music, York St John University.

Camlin, D.A. (2015e). Whose Quality Is it Anyway? Inhabiting the creative tension between presentational and participatory music. Journal of Arts and Communities. [Online]. (ArtWorks Special Edition). Available from: http://www.intellectbooks.co.uk/journals/view-issue,id=2917/.


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Camlin, D.A. (2014b). Permission to Speak. ArtWorks. [Online]. Available from: http://www.artworksphf.org.uk/news/permission-speak/.

Camlin, D.A. (2014c). Reflective Dialogue. [Online]. January 2014. Music Lab. Available from: http://www.musiclab.org.uk/further-exploration/reflective-dialogue.

Camlin, D.A. (2014d). What’s in a Name? Sounding Board.


Camlin, D.A. & Hills, J. (2013). Situated Learning in a Large Music Organsiation. In: 2013, Warwick University.

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Camlin, D.A. (2012a). DOI: 10.13140/RG.2.1.3601.9288. ArtWorks NE Peer Artist Learning project report. [Online]. Gateshead: Sage Gateshead. Available from: http://www.artworksalliance.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/Peer-Artist-Learning-Project.pdf.

Camlin, D.A. (2012b). The Class of 2012. Sounding Board. 2012 (3). p.pp. 9–11.

Camlin, D.A. (2012c). Sage Gateshead’s Community of Practice as a ‘pedagogy-in-action’. Unpublished draft