Anila Daulatzai is a political and medical anthropologist and the Chancellor’s Fellow at UC Berkeley, Department of Anthropology. She has taught in prisons and in universities across three continents. She has been conducting research in Afghanistan as well as with Afghan refugees in Pakistan for almost three decades. Between 2003 and 2013 she carried out ethnographic fieldwork in Kabul and taught at Kabul University and the American University of Afghanistan. She has published articles in Jadaliyya, Al Jazeera, and several academic journals, and has been a contributing member to Brown University’s Costs of War Project since 2014. She is currently completing her book manuscript provisionally titled War and What Remains. Everyday Life in Contemporary Kabul, Afghanistan.