Emmanuel (Manny) Paraschos



B.J. University of Missouri
M.A. University of Missouri
Ph.D. University of Missouri


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Office: Walker 608
Phone: 617-824-7808
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Dr. Paraschos taught at the University of Missouri School of Journalism as well as at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock before coming to Emerson College in 1988. In 1986-87 he served as a Fulbright scholar in Scandinavia. He chaired the department of journalism in Arkansas and was the founding dean of Emerson's European Institute for International Communication in Maastricht, The Netherlands, 1991-94. In 1995 he was honored with the Emerson's Distinguished Faculty Award.

Dr. Paraschos' scholarly works have been published in many leading mass communication and journalism journals in the United States as well as in Europe. He is the author of several books, the most recent of which is Media Law and Regulation in the European Union. He is co-publisher of Media Ethics magazine, editor/publisher of Emerson's Journalism Students' Online News Service, and creator of the 2009 booklet and website entitled The Boston Journalism Trail.

His most recent research projects are The First Greeks of Boston and Vienna: Birthplace of the Greek Press.

He teaches courses in the history and principles of journalism, global journalism, comparative media law and ethics, propaganda and the press, multi-media journalism, ethnic journalism, editing and opinion writing. 

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