Hendrik Meyer

Photo by Maximilian Glas


Former Program Coordinator


Hendrik received his bachelor’s degree in both Art and Media Studies and English/American Studies at the Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, graduating with a thesis on the “Trump/Twitter dispositif” in 2018. From 2018 to 2021, he studied Media Culture and Globalization at the University of Bremen. He graduated as a Master of Arts with a thesis on dynamics of the Twitter discourse about the G20 Summit in Hamburg in 2017.
Since 2021, he has been a research associate at the University of Hamburg, working at the Chair for “Communication Studies, esp. Climate and Science Communication”. His research focuses on the study of journalistic and digital media debates concerning (climate) politics. Hendrik’s dissertation is on the discursive polarization of mediatized discourses. He is specialized in network and (semi-automated) content analysis.

At THE NEW INSTITUTE Hendrik was the coordinator of the program Depolarizing Public Debate.

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