Jonathan Dick is a second-year graduate student in English at the University of Pennsylvania. He holds a BA and an MA in English and Comparative Literature, both from the University of Toronto. The recipient of fellowships from the Fulbright program, the Mellon Foundation, and the Social Science and Research Council of Canada, he works mostly on twentieth-century literature and culture, and has special interests in attention, disability, the environmental humanities, and the history of science. With Adam Hammond, Jonathan has co-authored a book chapter on duplication machines, forthcoming in Cambridge Critical Concepts: Literature and Technology (2021). And with Alex Millen and JS Wu, he co-organizes Mods. Dick spent the fellowship summer of 2020 learning Python and helping to develop a training program with the Price Lab.