Stephanie Narrow earned her PhD in History from the University of California, Irvine in 2023. She is the co-editor, alongside Vicki L. Ruiz, Judy Tzu-Chun Wu, and Kim Cary Warren, of the 5th Edition of Unequal Sisters (Routledge, 2023). From 2018-2023, Stephanie served as the Program Officer for the History Department’s Career Development for Historians Program, which seeks to prepare history PhDs for intellectually satisfying employment both within and beyond the academy by offering an array of scholarly, pedagogical, and professionalization opportunities. She was a Visiting Fellow British Library’s Eccles Centre for American Studies in 2020, and a Career Diversity Fellow for the American Historical Association (2018-2021). 

Stephanie is an active public historian, and previously served as the Public History Editor for California History, an academic journal published by the University of California Press. She's contributed to numerous museum installations in the Los Angeles area, and is the host of the Krieger Hall Chronicles podcast. Her research focuses on the role of 19th-century print media and diplomacy in facilitating transimperial constructions of race between the British and American empires. Building upon her public history experience, Stephanie utilizes innovative pedagogies, collaborative processes, and digital tools to create meaningful engagements across public and private sectors.

You can reach Stephanie at snarrow@uci.edu