Fawwaz Traboulsi is associate professor of Political Science and History at the Lebanese American... more
Fawwaz Traboulsi is associate professor of Political Science and History at the Lebanese American University, Beirut. He has been a visiting professor at New York University, University of Michigan, Columbia University and Cairo University and a visiting fellow at St. Antonyâ€™s College, Oxford, and the Wissenshafatskolleg, Berlin (2007-08). He has translated the works of Marx, Engels, Lenin, Gramsci, Isaac Deutscher, John Berger and others; his latest translations are Edward Saidâ€™s Out of Place and Humanism and Democratic Critique. Fawwaz Traboulsiâ€™s writings include an anthology of the Arab Renaissance writer Ahmad Faris al-Shidyaq (1995), Surat-al-Fata bi-l-Ahmar (a memoir, 1997), Silat Bila Wasl (an essay on political thought in Lebanon, 1998), WuÂ´ud Â´Adan (a Yemen diary, 2000), The Stranger, the Treasure and the Miracle (A Reading in the Musical Theatre of the Rahbani Brothers and the Diva, Fayrouz, 2006) and A History of Modern Lebanon (Pluto Books, London, 2007).