Title Disability in science fiction : representations of technology as cure / edited by Kathryn Allan.
Published New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2013
Detail vi, 217 pages ; 24 cm
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Added Author Allan, Kathryn, 1979- editor
  Binns, Donna. Bionic Woman: Machine or Human?
  Canavan, Gerry. Life without Hope? Huntington's Disease and Genetic Futurity
  Cape, Robert W. Disabled Hero, Sick Society: Sophocles' Philoctetes and Robert Silverberg's The Man in the Maze
  Cascais, Antonio Fernando. Metamorphic Body in Science Fiction: From Prosthetic Correction to Utopian Enhancement
  Cheyne, Ria. Freaks and Extraordinary Bodies: Disability as Generic Marker in John Varley's "Tango Charlie and Foxtrot Romeo"
  Cline, Brent Walter. "Great Clumsy Dinosaurs": The Disabled Body in the Posthuman World
  Covino, Ralph. Star Wars, Limb-loss, and What it Means to be Human
  Karamanos, Hioni. Tools to Help You Think: Intersections between Disability Studies and the Writings of Samuel R. Delany
  Mattar, Netty. Prosthetic Bodies: The Convergence of Disability, Technology and Capital in Peter Watts' Blindsight and Ian McDonald's River of Gods
  McReynolds, Leigha. Animal and Alien Bodies as Prostheses: Reframing Disability in Avatar and How to Train Your Dragon
  Sklar, Howard. Many Voices of Charlie Gordon: On the Representation of Intellectual Disability in Daniel Keyes's Flowers for Algernon
  Tidwell, Christy. "Everything is always changing": Autism, Normalcy, and Progress in Elizabeth Moon's The Speed of Dark and Nancy Fulda's "Movement"
  Woiak, Joanne. Tools to Help You Think: Intersections between Disability Studies and the Writings of Samuel R. Delany
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