Charles Hodges, American educator, publicist. Member Association Radio News Analysis, Masaryk Sociological Society Czechoslovakia, Phi Beta Kappa, Delta Phi Epsilon (past national president).; Club: Overseas Press (New York City).; member of the board editors World Court Monthly, 1916-1920, League of Nations News, 1923-1927.
1 daughter, Marjorie Eleanor. Married second, Nora Waerndorfer, 1932. 1 daughter, April. Assistant in history Standord, 1914-1917.
Instructor Washington State College, 1917-1918. Special representative of chief Division of Operations, United States Shipping Board in Far East, 1918. Lecturer on Far East, School Commerce, New York University, 1919-1922, assistant professor foreign trade, 1922-1923.
Assistant professor politics Graduate school and Washington Square College, New York University, 1924-1927, associate professor, 1927-1934, professor, 1934-1941, professor international politics since 1941. Correspondent at London Conference, 1924, Three-Power Naval Conference, Geneva, 1927, World Arms Parley, 1932, London Economics Conference, 1933. Went to Far East via Europe to report on Manchurian incident, 1933.
Investigated conditions in Central American, 1935. Representative American Massachusetts in Europe, 1936, 38. War correspondent United States Navy, September 1942.
Covered San Francisco United Nations Conference, 1945. Covered Berlin crisis and United Nations Assembly, 1948.