Paul Knox, a former reporter, editor and foreign correspondent for The Globe and Mail, is associate professor emeritus in the School of Journalism at Ryerson University.
Articles by Paul Knox
- Paper Hanging (January–February 2016)
A review of Mass Disruption: Thirty Years on the Front Lines of a Media Revolution, by John Stackhouse, and Crash to Paywall: Canadian Newspapers and the Great Disruption, by Brian Gorman
- A Different Kind of Journalism (April 2015)
A review of Dispatches from the Front: Matthew Halton, Canada’s Voice at War, by David Halton
- A Sumptuous Cultural Past (October 2005)
Few small countries can boast the creative and artistic heft of Cuba.
- News for the World? (December 2010)
A review of Global Journalism Ethics, by Stephen J.A. Ward.
- Haiti’s Fallible Hero (January–February 2009)
A review of Damming the Flood: Haiti, Aristide and the Politics of Containment, by Peter Hallward
- Intellectual Soulmates (September 2007)
A review of Three Nights in Havana: Pierre Trudeau, Fidel Castro and the Cold War World, by Robert Wright