Fields of interest
Information, media, communication, and digital humanities; ancient philosophy (especially Plato) and comparative religion; philosophy of technology (ethics, aesthetics, education); orality and literacy studies; history and philosophy of the book, libraries, archives, museums, and collections.
Gibson, T. (2016). Between orality and literacy: Plato’s hybrid medium and the foundations of media theory. In Norm Friesen (Ed.), Transatlantic Developments in Media and Communication Studies. Berne, Switzerland: Springer.
Erdelez, S., Howarth, L., Gibson, T. (2015). How can information science contribute to Alzheimer’s Disease research? In Proceedings of the 78 Annual Meeting of The Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) 52(1), 1-4.
Gibson, T. & Lipton, M. (2014). Research, write, create: Connecting scholarship and digital media. Toronto; New York; London: Oxford University Press.