- Roger Hodge
Roger Hodge (born 1967 in Pocatello,
Texas, U.S.) is the editor of " Harper's Magazine". Hodge attended the University of the South. He began graduate work at the New School for Social Researchand completed a master's degree, but joined "Harper's" before finishing his dissertation. Hodge first came to "Harper's" as an intern in 1996 and was subsequently hired as a fact checker. Over the following eight years Hodge was named to several editorial positions, and in 2004 was named Deputy Editor. In spring 2006 he replaced Lewis Laphamas editor.
In March 2006, Hodge generated publicity along with criticism from the
scientific community[ [http://www.tac.org.za/Documents/ErrorsInFarberArticle.pdf Errors in Celia Farber's March 2006 article in Harper's, by Robert Gallo et al.] Accessed 21 October2006.] [ [http://www.aidstruth.org/harper-farber.php#a0 Letters from physicians and scientists to Harper's magazine alleging poor fact-checking in the publication of Celia Farber's article.] Accessed 21 October 2006.] when he edited "Out Of Control: AIDS and the corruption of medical science," an article by the controversial AIDS denialist Celia Farberwhich put forth the claim that HIVis not the cause of AIDS.
* [http://www.harpers.org/OnanTheMagnificent.html Onan the Magnificent] Satirical article by Hodge about Matthew Barney's Cremaster film series.
* [http://www.harpers.org Harper's Magazine] official site
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