Ph.D. student in the Communication department at Georgia State. He possesses a master’s degree in Communications with a focus on Human Communication and Social Influence from Georgia State. He also earned his B.A. in English from Georgia Gwinnett College.
Digital rhetoric, far-right extremism, and critical/visual theory.
John Hendry’s research focuses on digital rhetoric, far-right extremism, and critical/visual theory.
His work has been published in the Communication Law Review. He has also presented research at the National Communication Association Conference and its regional subsidiaries.
Hendry serves as the interim Director for the Center for Democratic Engagement at Georgia State. He also served as the managing editor of VoxArtis, the student literary journal, as well as leading peer review sessions for Journalism classes.
Hendry, J., Toula, C. and Lisby, G. (2018) Our Future Democracy: Reconsidering Regulation of Social Media in the Era of Trumpian Politics. Communication Law Review, Vol. 18, Issue 1