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Charles Yonkers

Charles Yonkers has taught in the Graduate Liberal Studies Program since 2006. His courses have included: The Founding Era: The Great Debates; The Federalist Papers: Creating a New Nation; and, A Sense of Place: Values and Identity. He is a graduate of Yale College, Harvard Law School, Georgetown’s MALS (2006), and former Managing Partner of an international law firm, and a Peace Corps Country Director in Benin.

Projects

People with their heads in their hands
Place is a way of understanding the world and more. Can the internet host a "place?" If so, how and why?