The Oxbow by Thomas Cole

Joseph E. Becker, PhD

Professor of English
Division of Arts & Humanities
University of Maine at Fort Kent

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Courses Fall 2019

Eng 100-0004 / English Composition I
Tu/Th 3:30 0 4:50 pm
Cyr Hall 202
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Eng 100-0003 / English Composition I
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Cyr Hall 200
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Eng 101-2001 / English Composition II
Asynchronous Blackboard Course
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Eng 101-2002 / English Composition II

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Dr. John R. Locke Memorial

Dr. John R. Locke (1933-2000)
Founder and First Director of Comparative Literature at the University of Arkansas
My initial PhD dissertation director and mentor 1996-2000.
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The Troika Technique
An unpublished manuscript of meditation guides based on Dr. Locke's readings
and study of Buddhist and Taoist philosophy and Jungian psychology.
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