We were introduced to Joyce when Heldref took on the financial and operational responsibility for Demokratizatsiya , although the journal continued to be editorially independent. Joyce was assigned the editing and proofreading of the journal, as she had substantial experience with political science and public affairs journals.
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Joyce also had an impressive ability to make foreigners' English more readable, a skill that was greatly needed: the journal published many Russian and other post-Soviet authors whose English was far from perfect and whose writing style was, back then, still quite "Soviet" and many translations needed hours of serious editing, such as only Joyce could do, to turn them into publishable works. Disseminating articles by authors from the post-Soviet republics greatly enhanced the journal's reputation in a pre-Internet age.
Joyce was a highly professional, thorough, detail-oriented editor who demanded high standards of all issue editors.
Nary a footnote could pass without full citation. This proved difficult when editing articles from Russian colleagues, whose footnotes were often lacking.
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On the personal side, Joyce took great interest in our lives, but rarely spoke of her own. Only upon her death have we been able to piece together—through conversations with relatives, photo albums, and a few books and articles—the fascinating career she enjoyed, with long periods of residence in Saigon, Vietnam, and Washington, DC.
She worked for Robison for six years. Soon thereafter, in , she joined Page Communications Inc. Army in Vietnam. Captivated with the idea of living in Vietnam, Joyce forged travel documents in order to move to Saigon and work in the Page office there. However, her boss at Page was outraged by her duplicity and demanded that she return to the United States.
In response, she simply quit. For the next decade, Joyce devoted her time and talents to caring for children, initially at an orphanage and then at a plastic surgery hospital.
At the Go Vap orphanage, she helped Catholic nuns care for nearly 1, babies and child refugees of the war. She also actively recruited American military personnel to help provide clothing, medicines, and food for the orphanage and sent pleas for donations to American companies in the States. In , Joyce joined the "Barsky Unit," a plastic and reconstructive surgery hospital established by the American Dr. Arthur Barsky and funded by the U.
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