Anjuli is a scholar, poet, and translator who lives in Harlem and the Berkshires. She teaches postcolonial literature and theory at Williams College, the Brooklyn Institute for Social Research, and occasionally at City College. She is working on two books: an academic monograph about the colonial epidemic roots of contemporary Islamophobia and a collection of poems after the Urdu poet Iqbal called Janaab-e Shikvah (Watchqueen). Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Bennington Review, Public Pool, FENCE, Guernica, The Boston Review, The Los Angeles Review of Books, BookForum, Peach Mag, and more.