Renanah Miles Joyce | People
Renanah Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Politics at Brandeis University. She specializes in international security with an emphasis on US foreign policy, security cooperation, and military and economic statecraft. Joyce's book project, Exporting Might and Right: Security Assistance and Liberal International Order, examines how great powers use security assistance to shape military behavior and compete for influence. Joyce's articles have been published in International Security, Journal of Conflict Resolution, Journal of the Middle East and Africa, Political Science Quarterly, The Washington Quarterly, The National Interest, Lawfare, and elsewhere. Joyce was previously a Grand Strategy, Security, and Statecraft postdoctoral fellow at MIT's Security Studies Program and the Harvard Kennedy School's International Security Program. She has also held fellowships with the Institute for Security and Conflict Studies at George Washington University, the Irregular Warfare Initiative, and the RAND Corporation. Joyce received her PhD in political science from Columbia University. She has previously worked as an analyst in the US Department of Defense.