Carole McGranahan is a professor of Anthropology at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Since 1994, McGranahan has conducted research in Tibetan refugee communities in India and Nepal on the history and politics of the guerilla army Chushi Gangdrug. This work culminated in Arrested Histories: Tibet, the CIA, and Histories of a Forgotten War. Currently working on a Wenner-Gren-funded project with John Collins on “Ethnographies of U.S. Empire,” McGranahan is also conducting a research project with Tibetans in India, Nepal, New York City, and Toronto titled Refugee Citizenship: Tibetan Practices of Political Subjectivity in Diaspora.