- Geoffrey Gimse, PhD
- Researcher, Writer, and Educator specializing in Technical Communication, Publics, and Information Technology.
- PhD in Professional and Technical Writing from the University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee.
- Data Analytics (Python, SQL, Tableau) and Report Analyst and Consultant
- Independent Research, Design, and Education Consultant
- Sociotechnical Imaginaries
- Social Impacts of Digital Architecture
- Data Structures
- Publics and Counterpublics in Digital Contexts
- History of Technology
- Participatory Culture in Online and Offline Spaces
- I study how we write, design, think about, and use information technology, systems, and platforms. I use that research to help people become effective and critical users of their technology empowering them seek better ways to design and live their digital lives.
- “Empire and Resistance: Challenges in Historical Tabletop Game Design” (co-authored with Courtney Herber) in OneShot: A Journal of Critical Games and Play. (Spring 2019)
- “PhronesisMU: Reclaiming Aesthetic and Rhetorical Potentials within the Software Obsolete” (co-authored with Kristopher Purzycki) in The Proceedings of the Annual Computers and Writing Conference, 2018. (Spring 2019)
- Review of What Algorithms Want: Imagination in the Age of Computing by Ed Finn for Technoculture: an online journal of technology in society. (Summer 2017)