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English-Composition Faculty Member Presents Paper at Conference


Laura M. DickinsonA faculty member in the School of Integrated Studies at Pennsylvania College of Technology presented a paper at this year’s Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association Conference in Baltimore.

Laura M. Dickinson, associate professor of English-composition, presented ‘”We’re All Spoken For’: Reading the Series Finale of ‘Sex and the City.'” The paper examined television’s ability to challenge the status quo about representations of marriage.

Before joining the faculty of Penn College in Fall 2005, Dickinson was a full-time faculty member at Capitol College in Laurel, Md., having also taught at the University of Maryland and Bowie State University. She earned her doctorate in American Literature at the University of Maryland, College Park.

The Mid-Atlantic Popular/American Culture Association is a regional division of the Popular and American Culture Associations.

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