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Faculty Member Offers Three November Presentations


A Pennsylvania College of Technology faculty member recently presented papers and talks at three scholarly gatherings.

On Nov. 1, Richard Sahn, instructor of sociology and psychology, presented a paper at the Pennsylvania Sociological Society’s annual conference in Harrisburg. The paper was titled “Cognitive Dissonance and 9/11: Why People Reject the Inside Job Conspiracy Theory.”

On Nov. 6, Sahn presented a paper titled “Tearoom Trade Revisited” at the Association for Humanist Sociology’s annual meeting in Boston.

Sahn gave a talk on “Patriotism and Social Democracy” at the Norman Thomas Society Dinner in Lewisburg on Nov. 22.

Sahn teaches in the School of Integrated Studies at Penn College.

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