School of Social and Political Sciences
College of Social Science
About Claire Randerson
Claire Randerson studied History and Politics at the University of Lancaster and International Studies at the University of Birmingham before taking up a lecturing position on the International Relations degree at the University of Lincoln. She teaches and researches in the fields of international relations, internationalisation of higher education and genocide studies. Claire is the module coordinator for the 2nd year modules 'Foreign Policy Analysis' and 'Model United Nations' and the 3rd year interdisciplinary module 'War Crimes and Genocide'.
Claire is International Lead for the School of Social and Political Sciences and also manages the School's international exchange programme.
International Relations, EU enlargement, war crimes and genocide.
Masters International Studies -European Studies (Birmingham University)
BA Hons History and Politics (Lancaster University)
- Obendorf, Simon and Randerson, Claire (2013) Evaluating the Model United Nations: diplomatic simulation as assessed undergraduate coursework. European Political Science, 12 (3). pp. 350-364. ISSN 1680-4333
- Obendorf, Simon and Randerson, Claire (2012) The Model United Nations simulation and the student as producer agenda. Enhancing Learning in the Social Sciences (ELiSS), 4 (3). ISSN UNSPECIFIED
- Barnes, Ian and Randerson, Claire (2007) EU expansion and the political economy of former communist states' accession: the case of Hungary's 'convergence'. Capital & Class. Special issue: the Left and Europe, 93 . pp. 179-197. ISSN 0309-8168
- Barnes, Ian and Randerson, Claire (2006) EU enlargement and the effectiveness of conditionality: keeping to the deal? Managerial Law, 48 (4). pp. 351-365. ISSN 0309-0558