Ria Cheyne
Ria Cheyne
Senior Lecturer, Liverpool Hope University
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Created Languages in Science Fiction
R Cheyne
Science Fiction Studies 35 (3), 386-403, 2008
402008
“She was born a thing”: Disability, the Cyborg and the Posthuman in Anne McCaffrey's The Ship Who Sang
R Cheyne
jml: Journal of Modern Literature 36 (3), 138-156, 2013
212013
Disability Studies Reads the Romance
R Cheyne
Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 7 (1), 37-52, 2013
182013
Introduction: Popular Genres and Disability Representation
R Cheyne
Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 6 (2), 117-123, 2012
162012
Conference Report: Theorising Culture and Disability: Interdisciplinary Dialogues
R Cheyne
Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 3 (1), 101-104, 2009
10*2009
DISABILITY, LITERATURE, GENRE: Representation and Affect in Contemporary Fiction
RIA CHEYNE
LIVERPOOL University Press, 2019
72019
Ursula K. Le Guin and Translation
R Cheyne
Extrapolation 47 (3), 457-470, 2006
42006
Freaks and Extraordinary Bodies
R Cheyne
Disability in Science Fiction: Representations of Technology as Cure, 35, 2013
32013
Freaks and Extraordinary Bodies
R Cheyne
Disability in Science Fiction, 35-46, 2013
32013
Disability Studies Reads the Romance: Sexuality, Prejudice and the Happily Ever After in the Works of Mary Balogh
R Cheyne
Transcript 10, 201-216, 2017
12017
Disability and popular culture: focusing passion, creating community and expressing defiance: Disability and popular culture: focusing passion, creating community and …
R Cheyne
Disability & Society 31 (3), 433-434, 2016
12016
Seminar Report: Literary, Cultural, & Disability Studies: A Tripartite Approach to Postcolonialism
R Cheyne
Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 4 (2), 201-204, 2010
12010
Seminar Report: Literary, Cultural, and Disability Studies: A Tripartite Approach to Poststructuralism
R Cheyne
Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 3 (3), 295-297, 2009
1*2009
Language and the Human: Linguistic Innovation in Science Fiction
RJ Cheyne
University of London, 2007
12007
Science Fiction, Disability, Disability Studies: A Conversation
K Allan, R Cheyne
Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 14 (4), 387-401, 2020
2020
Disability and Modern Fiction: Faulkner, Morrison, Coetzee and the Nobel Prize for Literature by Alice Hall (review)
R Cheyne
Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 7 (1), 111-113, 2013
2013
The Seven Beauties of Science Fiction
R Cheyne
Foundation 40 (113), 49, 2011
2011
Concerto for the Left Hand: Disability and the Defamiliar Body (review)
R Cheyne
Journal of Literary & Cultural Disability Studies 1 (1), 105-106, 2009
2009
Conference report:'Rethinking Genre: The Politics of Cultural Form'
R Cheyne
Popular Narrative Media 1 (2), 233-235, 2008
2008
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