Visiting Senior Research Fellow
Joslyn’s research centres on issues of international security. She studies the effects of psychology and biology on international conflict. Her work examines how collective emotions shape national identity, how gender and suffrage interact to affect war and peace and how rhetorical justifications for territory relate to the use of force. Her book The Consequences of Humiliation: Anger and Status in World Politics has been published at Cornell University Press. She teaches courses on psychology in international relations, nuclear weapons, territory and conflict and explanations for war and peace.