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Mel B. Yoken

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Fall River Herald News

HQ Phone:  (508) 676-8211

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Fall River Herald News

207 Pocasset Street

Fall River, Massachusetts,02722

United States

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Director of Boivin Center for French Language and Culture

University of Minnesota Duluth


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Library Associates Companies


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Wellesley College


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Affiliations

UMass Dartmouth

Professor Emeritus of French Language and Literature


French Club

Faculty Advisor


Education

Masters degree

John Hay Library at Brown University


PhD


bachelor's degree

UMass Amherst Magazine


doctorate

UMass Amherst Magazine


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www.heraldnews.com

By Mel B. Yoken
The Herald News, Fall River, MA By Mel B. Yoken Posted Feb. 10, 2015 at 2:15 PM By Mel B. Yoken Posted Feb. 10, 2015 at 2:15 PM Mel B. Yoken, Ph.D., is chancellor professor emeritus of French language and literature at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. By Mel B. Yoken The Herald News, Fall River, MA By Mel B. Yoken Posted Feb. 10, 2015 at 2:15 PM


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By Mel B. Yoken
GateHouse News Service Mel B. Yoken Chancellor Professor Emeritus


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Mel B. Yoken,
University of Massachusetts , Dartmouth


www.tauntongazette.com

UMass Dartmouth professor emeritus of French language and literature Mel Yoken, who has traveled to Paris about 150 times, said the "attacks on Paris were attacks on all humanity."
"It grieves me greatly that my beloved adopted country has been again the target of terrorism by an invidious enemy which preys on innocent people," Yoken said. Yoken said the enemy that attacked Paris must be confronted. Page 2 of 2 - "It is indeed a challenge and necessity to confront this enemy that can emerge anywhere, and is not at all concerned about its own mortality," Yoken said.


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Dr. Mel B. Yoken, Chancellor Professor of French, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
FRENCH-BORN ROYER ESTABLISHES A PERFORMING CAREER IN THE BAY STATE


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