Professor Stebenne has published articles, essays and shorter analytical pieces in many places. In addition to writing for scholarly audiences, he contributes to such publications aimed at educated general readers as: The Conversation, the Huffington Post, the New Republic, the Observer, and Salon. Stebenne appears regularly on WOSU radio's “All Sides with Ann Fisher” show, where he comments mostly on American presidential elections. He has also appeared on National Public Radio's “All Things Considered” to discuss politics, the economy and labor issues. Stebenne's writings deal with both modern U.S. political and legal history and contemporary American politics and law. He serves as the elections historian for the Election Law Group at OSU's Moritz College of Law, and is an active member of OSU's interdisciplinary Democracy Studies Program. Stebenne has presented his scholarly work at major national and international conferences. He gave papers most recently in March (in Stockholm at a conference on "Business and the Cold War") and June (at the Policy History Conference in Nashville).
In keeping with his interdisciplinary interests, Professor Stebenne teaches courses in American political and constitutional history in the History Department, and on American legal history in the OSU law school. He has served as chair of the Littleton-Griswold Book Prize Committee of the American Historical Association (given to the best book in American legal history) and as chair of the Richard W. Leopold Prize Committee of the Organization of American Historians (for the best work of history written by someone employed in government). Stebenne has received numerous grants and fellowships, and has won awards for his research, teaching and service.