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Passionate about inclusive, hands-on history education, Stephanie has been an educator and programs manager at some of New York City’s most vibrant cultural institutions, including the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History and the Brooklyn Historical Society. Upon moving to Lancaster, PA in 2016, she helped to make President James Buchanan’s world come alive for learners of all ages as the Director of Education & Public Programs at LancasterHistory. She looks forward to blending a deep scholarly interest in early American history with a passion for sharing stories through object-centered teaching and learning.
New York University, M.A. Archives & Public History, 2015; Hunter College (CUNY), B.A. History and Religion (magna cum laude), 2012
Located in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Stephanie is researching and writing about Pennsylvania whiskey and the many layered histories surrounding this fascinating topic. More broadly, she is interested in food in early America, and is continually engaged in ways to make this research accessible and approachable for the general public, as well as a scholarly audience.
Dr. Zara Anishanslin
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