Sana Tannoury-Karam is a historian of the modern Middle East, writing on the intellectual and cultural history of the left in Lebanon. She received her Ph.D. in History from Northeastern University in 2017 and holds an MA in World History from Northeastern University and an MA in Political Studies from the American University of Beirut. Most recently, Tannoury-Karam has been a EUME fellow at the Forum Transregionale Studien in Berlin and a Research Affiliate at the Center for Global History, Freie Universität (2020/2022). In 2019/2020, Tannoury-Karam was an Early Career Fellow at the Arab Council for the Social Sciences (ACSS) and a lecturer in the Humanities Department at the Lebanese American University. She had also completed a post-doctoral fellowship at Rice University in 2018/2019. Tannoury-Karam’s work has appeared in a range of publications including the Journal of World History, Rusted Radishes, Jadaliyya, Megaphone, Legal Agenda, Rosa Luxemburg Foundation, and Trafo-Blog for Transregional Research. She has most recently co-edited and contributed to the volume The League Against Imperialism: Lives and Afterlives, published by Leiden University Press (2020). Tannoury-Karam is currently a Visiting Fellow at the Center for Lebanese Studies at the University of Cambridge.