Sana Tannoury-Karam is a writer and a historian of the modern Middle East, with a special focus on the cultural and intellectual history of the left in Lebanon during the Mandate period. She also writes on the subjects of memory, exile, and belonging. Her work has appeared in the Journal of World History, Rusted Radishes, Jadaliyya, Megaphone, Legal Agenda, and Trafo-Blog for Transregional Research, among others.