Jenna Jordan

Associate Professor and and Director of Graduate Studies

Member Of:
  • School of International Affairs
  • Center for International Strategy, Technology, and Policy
Office Location:
Habersham 135


Dr. Jordan received her Ph.D. in political science from the University of Chicago and M.A. in Political Science from Stanford University. She previously held a post-doctoral research fellowship at the Harris School of Public Policy Studies at the University of Chicago. Her research interests include terrorism, population transfers, attachment to territory, and international security. Her book manuscript focuses on the leadership decapitation of terrorist organizations. Jordan’s research has been supported by grants from the Smith Richardson Foundation and the University of Chicago. 

Areas of
  • Civil Wars
  • Diaspora Politics
  • Ethnic Conflict
  • International Relations Theory
  • Security Studies
  • Territorial Disputes
  • Terrorism


  • INTA-1110: Intro to Int'l Relations
  • INTA-2001: Careers In Intl Affairs
  • INTA-3103: Challenge of Terrorism
  • INTA-3803: Special Topics
  • INTA-4014: Scenario and Pathgaming
  • INTA-6014: Scenario and Path Gaming
  • INTA-6103: International Security
  • INTA-6106: The State-Intl Affairs
  • INTA-8010: IAST Ph.D. Proseminar

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