Nathaniel Zetter is a College Teaching Associate at Selwyn College, University of Cambridge. His research traces the contingencies between modern culture and technology, with a particular interest in the novel’s response to new media forms, the dialogue between literary theory and other disciplines, and the cultural politics of computation. Recent work on digital culture has included essays on the cultural influences of cybernetics and on esports wargaming. He completed his Ph.D. at Cambridge in the Faculty of English, on the imaginative connections between war and sport since the late nineteenth century. That project is now the basis for his first monograph, prospectively titled War/Sport: A Modern History.