Jorge Dominguez's profile
An Overview of Harper’s Magazine
Prior to his 2018 retirement from a longtime career at Harvard University, Jorge I. Dominguez worked in positions that ranged from associate professor to dCenter Director and University Vice Provost. Jorge Dominguez composed various academic writings throughout this time, and one article that he authored on foreign policy in Cuba appeared in Harper’s Magazine.

Harper’s debuted in June 1850, and it is the longest-running monthly general-interest magazine in the country. Originally printed by the well-known publisher Harper & Brothers, its circulation achieved 50,000 copies within six months of its first release. Over the years, renowned writers such as Mark Twain, Frederic Remington, and Jack London have contributed to issues. Editor Lewis H. Lapham restructured Harper’s in 1984 to keep up with modern readers.

The magazine has been focusing on topics that affect Americans for over 150 years through essays and long-form articles, along with some fiction. With 22 National Magazine Awards and a current circulation of over 100,000, Harper’s continues to attract new subscribers and provide content on innovation and current events.
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