Charles Bazerman. Scientific Knowledge, Public Knowledge, and Public Policy: How genres form and disrupt knowledge for acting about global warming, In Sune Auken (ed.). Genres of the Climate Debate. DeGruyter, forthcoming.
Charles Bazerman and Joshua Kuntzman. How the US Congress knows and evades knowing about Climate Change: The record created in committee hearings, 2004-2017. In Sune Auken (ed.). Genres of the Climate Debate. DeGruyter, forthcoming.
The puzzle of conducting research on lifespan development of writing. In C. Donahue (ed.). Writing Research Methods and Methodologies: 50 Years from the Dartmouth Seminar. Forthcoming.
Inscribing the World into Knowledge: Data and Evidence in Disciplinary Academic Writing. (2019) Conocer la escritura: investigación más allá de las fronteras; Knowing Writing: Writing Research across Borders , C. Bazerman, B. Gonzalez, et al.( eds.). Universidad Javeriana, Bogota. pp. 279-294.
Development Makes History, Where Inside Meets Outside (2019). In Sandrine Aeby Daghé, Ecaterina Bulea Bronckart, Glaís Sales Cordeiro, Joaquim Dolz, Irina Leopoldoff, Anne Monnier, Christophe Ronveaux, Bruno Vedrines (Eds.), La construction de la didactique du français comme discipline scientifique (pp. 83-92). Presses Universitaires du Septentrion (University of Lille).
What do humans do best? Developing communicative humans in the changing socio-cyborgian landscape. Perspectives on Academic and Professional Writing in an Age of Accountability Edited by Shirley Logan and Wayne Slater. Southern Illinois University Press, 2018. Pp. 187-203.
Lifespan longitudinal studies of writing development: A heuristic for an impossible dream. [Second Half] In Charles Bazerman, Arthur Applebee, Virginia Berninger, Deborah Brandt, Steve Graham, Jill V. Jeffery, Paul Kei Matsuda, Sandra Murphy, Deborah Wells Rowe, Mary Schleppegrell and Kristen Campbell Wilcox. Lifespan Development of Writing Abilities. NCTE Press, 2018.
Commentary. In Ken Hyland, The Essential Hyland (pp. 100-105). London: Bloomsbury, 2018.
‘Writing is Motivated Participation’: An Interview with Charles Bazerman. Writing on the Edge 6:2 (1995): 7-20. Reprinted in J. Boe, D. Masiel, E. Schroeder, and L. Sperber (eds.), Teachers on the Edge: The WOE Interviews, 1989-2017. Routledge, 2017. Pp. 181-193.
The Psychology of Writing Situated within Social Action: An Empirical and Theoretical Program. In Contemporary Perspectives on Cognition, ed. Patricia Portanova, Michael Rifenburg, and Duane Roen. WAC Clearinghouse, 2017.
Charles Bazerman and Brian Self (2017), Writing the world to build the world, iteratively: Inscribing data and projecting new materialities in an engineering design project. In Russel K. Durst, George E. Newell, and James D. Marshall (Eds.), English Language Arts Research and Teaching: Revisiting and Extending Arthur Applebee’s Contributions (pp. 91-106). Routledge.
Intellectual orientations of studies of higher education writing in Latin America Charles Bazerman, Natalia Avila, Ana Valéria Bork, Francini Poliseli-Corrêa, Vera Lúcia Cristovão, Mónica Tapia Ladino, Elizabeth Narváez Recherches en écriture : regards pluriels /Writing Research from Multiple Perspectives, Eds. S. Plane, C. Bazerman, P. Carlino, F. Rondelli, C. Boré, C.Donahue, Catherine Boré, M. M.Larruy, P. Rogers, D. Russell. University of Metz and the WAC Clearinghouse. 2017.
What do sociocultural studies of writing tell us about learning to write? In Handbook of Writing Research (ed. MacCarthur, Graham, and Fitzgerald). Guilford, 2015.
Five concepts: 1c - Writing Expresses and Shares Meaning to be Reconstructed by the Reader; 2 - Writing Speaks to Situations and Contexts Through Recognizable Forms Associated With Those Situations; 2a - Writing Represents the World, Events, Ideas, and Feelings; 4a - Text is an Object Outside of Oneself That Can be Improved and Developed (with Howard Tinberg); 5a - Writing is An Expression of Embodied Cognition (with Howard Tinberg). L. Adler-Kassner & E. Wardle (Eds.). Naming What We Know. Utah University Press, 2015.
A Genre Based Theory of Literate Action. In Genre Studies Around the Globe (ed. N. Artemeva & A. Freedman) (pp. 80-94). Inkshed Press, 2015.
Creating Identities in an Intertextual World. In Creativity and Discovery in the University Writing Class (ed. Chik, Costley, & Pennington). Continuum, 2015.
Social Changes in Science Communication: Rattling the Information Chain. In Jonathan Buehl & Alan Gross (Eds.), Science and the Internet: Communicating Knowledge in a Digital Age (pp.267-282). Baywood‘s Technical Communication Series (2016).
The Brazilian Blend. Eliane G. Lousada, Anise D’O. Ferreira, Luzia Bueno, Roxane Rojo, Solange Aranha, Lília Abreu-Tardelli (eds.). Diálogos Brasileiros no estudo de gêneros textuais/discursivos. Sao Paulo: Araraquara Letraria pp. 645-650.
Editor's introduction. In Brian Ray. Style: An Introduction to History, Theory, Research, and Pedagogy. 2015
Preface. MJ Braun and Gae Lyn Henderson (Eds.). Managing Democracy: Propaganda and the Rhetorical Production of Economic and Political Realities. 2016.
Preface. In Federico Navarro, Manual de Escritura para Carreras de Humanidades (Encountering Academic Writing) (pp. 5-10). Buenos Aires: Universidad de Buenos Aires Encountering Academic Writing. 2014
Bazerman, C., Simon, K, & Pieng, P. (2014). Writing about reading to advance thinking: A study in situated cognitive development. P. Boscolo & P. Klein (Eds.), Writing as a learning activity. E Brill. 249-276.
Charles Bazerman and Amy Devitt (2014). Genre perspectives in text production research. In E-M. Jakobs & D. Perrin (eds.). Handbook of Writing and text production. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter. 257-262.
Jack Andersen, Charles Bazerman, and Jesper Schneider (2014). Beyond single genres: Pattern mapping in global communication. In E-M. Jakobs & D. Perrin (eds.). Handbook of Writing and text production. Berlin: Mouton De Gruyter. 305-322.
Preface. In Jessica Early and Meredith DeCosta-Smith. Real World Writing for Secondary Students: Teaching the College Admission Essay and Other Gate-Openers for Higher Education. Teachers College Press, 2012.
Global and local communicative networks. Literacy as Translingual Practice: Between Communities and Classrooms. edited by A. Suresh Canagarajah. Routledge, 2013.
Immersed in the Game of Science.(with Nancy Keranen and Fatima Encinas). In Bazerman et al (eds) . Advances in International Writing Research: Cultures, Places, and Measures (pp. 387-402). WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press. (2012).
Facilitated Immersion at a Distance in Second Language Science Writing. (with Nancy Keranen and Fatima Encinas). In Montserrat Castelló Badia & Christiane Donahue, eds. University Writing: Selves and Texts in Academic Societies (pp. 235-238). Emerald, 2012.
Church, State, and the Printing Press: Conditions for Autonomy of Scientific Publication in Early Modern Europe. Gunnarsson, B. (Ed.). Languages of Science in the Eighteenth Century. Mouton de Gruyter, 2012 [Book].
Electrons are Cheap; Society is Dear. Writing in the Knowledge Society (Ed. Starke Meyeering). Parlor Press and WAC Clearinghouse, 2012.
The Work of a Middle-class Activist: Stuck in History. Activism and Rhetoric: Theories and Contexts for Political Engagement Ed Seth Kahn (pp. 37-46) Routledge, 2011. Revised updated version 2019.
Writing, Cognition, and Affect from the Perspective of Socio-Cultural and Historical Studies of Writing. Berninger, V. (Ed.). Past, Present, and Future Contributions of Cognitive Writing Research to Cognitive Psychology. Psychology Press/Taylor Francis Group, 2011.
Genre as Social Action. Gee, J. & Handford, M. (Eds.). The Routledge Handbook of Discourse Analysis. Routledge Taylor and Francis Group, 2011.
The Orders of Documents, the Orders of Activity, and the Orders of Information. Nielsen, H. Høyrup, H, and Christensen, H. (Eds.). (in Danish as: Systemer for dokumenter, systemer for aktivitet og systemer for information). Nye Vidensmedier: Kultur, L æring, Kommunikation. p. 63-78, 2011.
Rhetorical Features of Student Science Writing in Introductory University Oceanography. (with Kelly, G.J., Bazerman, C., Skukauskaite, A. & Prothero, W.) In C. Bazerman, R. Krut, S. McLeod, S. Null, P. Rogers & A. Stansell (Eds.) Traditions of Writing Research, Routledge. 265-282. 2010.
Preface. Santos, S. (Ed). (2010). EFL writing in Mexican universities: research and experience. Tepic, Mex.: Universidad Autónoma de Nayarit.
The Problem of Writing Knowledge. In Norton Book of Composition Studies. Ed. S. Miller. Norton. (2009) 502-514.
Prefacio. In Marcos Baltar, Radio Escolar. Editoria da Universidade de Caxias do Sul (2009). 9-11.
Genre and Cognitive Development: Beyond Writing to Learn. Bazerman, C, Bonin, A., & Figueiredo, D. (Eds.). Genre in a Changing World. The WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press, 2009. [Full Book Available].
Writing and Secular Knowledge Outside Modern European Institutions. (with Paul Rogers). In Handbook of Research on Writing: History, Society, School, Individual, Text. (Ed. C. Bazerman) Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2008.
Writing and Secular Knowledge Within Modern European Institutions. (with Paul Rogers). In Handbook of Research on Writing: History, Society, School, Individual, Text. (Ed. C. Bazerman) Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2008.
Editor’s Introduction. Susan McLeod. Reference Guide to Writing Program Administration. Parlor Press and WAC Clearinghouse, 2007.
WAC for Cyborgs: Discursive Thought in Information Rich Environments. Labor, Writing Technologies and the Shaping of Composition in the Academy. Ed. P. Takayoshi & P. Sullivan. Hampton, 2007. pp. 97-110.
Editor’s Introduction. Alice Horning et al. Reference Guide to Revision. Parlor Press and WAC Clearinghouse, 2006.
What Schools of Education Can Offer the Teaching of Writing. (with Danielle Fouquette, Chris Johnson, Francien Rohrbacker, and Rene Agustin De los Santos). Culture Shock and the Practice of Profession. (Ed. S. Romano) Hampton Press, 2006.
Circles of Interest: The Growth of Research Communities in WAC and WID/WIP. (with Anne Herrington). Inventing a Profession: WAC History. (ed. S. McLeod). Parlor Press, 2006.
Analyzing the Multidimensionality of Texts in Education. Complementary Methods for Research in Education, 2nd, Ed.(ed. Greg Camilli, Patricia Elmore. Judith Green). American Educational Research Association, 2006.
The Writing of Social Organization and the Literate Situating of Cognition: Extending Goody's Social Implications of Writing. Technology, literacy and the evolution of society: Implications of the work of Jack Goody (D. Olson and M. Cole, Eds.). Erlbaum, 2006. Translated into French in Pratiques (Metz, France): December 2006 and into Spanish “La escritura de la organización social y la situación alfabetizada de la cognición: Extendiendo las implicaciones sociales de la escritura de Jack Goody.” Revista Signos Estudios de Linguistica (Valparaiso, Chile). 2008, vol.41, n.68, pp. 355-380
Knowing Academic Languages. (with Joseph Little). Text I Arbete/Text at Work. (Ed. U. U. Melander and H. Naslund. Upsalla University. pp. 261-269, 2005.
Participating in Emergent Socio-Literate Worlds: Genre, Disciplinarity, Interdisciplinarity. (with Paul Prior). Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Literacy Research, ed. J. Green & R. Beach. NCTE. pp. 133-178, 2005.
Measuring Incommensurability: Are toxicology and ecotoxicology blind to what the other sees? (with René Agustín De los Santos). Rhetoric and Incommensurability (Ed. Randy Harris). Parlor Press. pp. 424-463, 2005.
Communication. Science, Technology, and Society (Ed. S. Restivo). Oxford University Press, 2005.
Editor's Introduction. Janice Lauer. Invention. Parlor Press and WAC Clearinghouse, 2004.
Intertextualities: Volosinov, Bakhtin, Literary Theory, and Literacy Studies. Bakhtinian Perspectives on Languages, literacy, and Learning. Ed. A. Ball & S. W. Freedman. Cambridge University Press, 2004. 53-65.
Intertextuality: How Texts Rely on Other Texts. What Writing Does and How It Does It, Ed. Bazerman & Paul Prior. Erlbaum, 2004.
Speech Acts, Genres, and Activity Systems: How Texts Organize Activity and People. What Writing Doesand How It Does It. Ed, Bazerman & P. Prior. Erlbaum., 2004.
A Reflective Moment in the History of Literacy. Multiple Literacies for the Twenty-first Century, ed B. Huot, B. Stroble, and C. Bazerman. Hampton, 2004.
Rhetorical Research for Reflective Practice: A Multi-Layered Narrative. Research & Practice in Professional Discourse. City University of Hong Kong Press, 2003.
What is Not Institutionally Visible Does Not Count: The Problem of Making Activity Assessable, Accountable, and Plannable. Writing Selves and Societies, Ed. C. Bazerman and D. Russell. WAC Clearinghouse & MCA, 2003.
The Case For Writing Studies as a Major Discipline. The Intellectual Work of Composition. Ed. Gary Olson. Southern Illinois University Press, 2002.
Genre and Identity: Citizenship in the Age of the Internet and the Age of Global Capitalism. Ideologies of Genre. ed. Richard Coe. Hampton, 2002.
Distanced and Refined Selves: Educational Tensions in Writing with the Power of Knowledge. Academic Writing in Context. Birmingham University of Birmingham Press, 2002.
Editor's Introduction. In Rhetoric Under Uncertainty. Beverly Sauer. Mahwah NJ: Erlbaum, 2002.
Editor's Introduction. In An African Athens. Phillipe-Joseph Salazar. Mahwah NJ: Erlbaum, 2002.
Editor's Introduction. In Learning to Rival. Linda Flower. Mahwah NJ: Erlbaum, 2001.
Editor's Introduction. In Interacting with Audiences. Anne Blakeslee. Mahwah NJ: Erlbaum, 2000.
Politically Wired: The Changing Places of Political Participation in the Age of the Internet. IT and Organizational Transformation. Ed. J. Yates and J. Van Maanen. Sage, 2001: 137-154.
Letters and the Social Grounding of Differentiated Genres. Letter Writing as a Social Practice. Barton, D. & N. Hall (eds.) Amsterdam: John Benjamins, 2000: 15-30.
A Rhetoric for Literate Society: The Tension Between Expanding Practices and Restricted Theories. Inventing a Discipline. ed. M. Goggin. NCTE, 2000: 5-28.
Singular Utterances: Realizing Local Activities Through Typified Forms in Typified Circumstances. Analysing the Discourses of Professional Genres. ed. Anna Trosberg. Benjamins, 1999: 25-40.
Looking at Writing; Writing What I See. Living Rhetoric and Composition. ed. Theresa Enos and Duane Roen. Mahwah NJ: Erlbaum, 1998: 15-24.
Editor's Introduction. Worlds Apart: Acting and Writing in Academic and Workplace Contexts. Patrick Dias, Anthony Pare, Aviva Freedman, and Peter Medway. Mahwah NJ: Erlbaum. 1999.
Editor's Introduction. Scientific Discourse in Sociohistorical Context: The Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 1675-1975. Dwight Atkinson. Mahwah NJ: Erlbaum, 1999.
Editor's Introduction. In John Swales. Other Floors, Other Voices: Toward Textography and Beyond. Mahwah NJ: Erlbaum, 1998.
Vygotskian Theory. Theorizing Composition. Ed. Mary Kennedy. Wesport CT, 1998: 333-337.
Emerging Perspectives on the Many Dimensions of Scientific Discourse. Reading Science. Ed. J. Martin and R. Veel. Routledge, 1998: 15-30.
The Life of Genre, the Life in the Classroom. Genre and Writing. Ed. W. Bishop and H. Ostrom. Boynton/Cook, 1997: 19-26.
Performatives Constituting Value: The Case for Patents. The Construction of Professional Discourse. In Eds. B. Gunnarsson, Linell, & Nordberg. Addison Wesley, 1997: 42-53.
Genre and Social Science: Renewing Hopes of Wingspread. In Making and Unmaking the Prospects for Rhetoric. Ed. T. Enos. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum, 1997.
Students Being Disciplined: Getting Confused, Getting By, Getting Rewarded, Getting Smart, Getting Real. In the University of Minnesota InterDisciplinary Studies of Writing, Speaker Series 4 (1996).
Editor's Introduction. In Dorothy Winsor. Writing Like an Engineer: A Rhetorical Education. Mahwah NJ: Erlbaum, 1996.
Response: Curricular Responsibilities and Professional Definition. Reconceiving Writing. J. Petraglia, ed. New Jersey: Erlbaum, 1995.
Writing Across the Curriculum as a Challenge to Rhetoric and Composition (with David Russell). In Landmark Essays Across the Curriculum, C. Bazerman & D. Russell (Eds.), Hermagoras Press, 1994.
The Rhetorical Tradition and Specialized Discourses (with David Russell). In Landmark Essays Across the Curriculum, C. Bazerman & D. Russell (Eds.), Hermagoras Press, 1994.
Systems of Genre and the Enactment of Social Intentions. Genre and the new Rhetoric. Ed. A. Freedman and P. Medway. Taylor & Francis, 1994: 79-101.
Introduction II: Sketches toward a Rhetorical Theory of Literacy. (Part 1; Remaining section Part 2) In C. Bazerman, Constructing Experience. Southern Illinois University Press, 1994.
Whose Moment? The Kairotics of Intersubjectivity. In C. Bazerman, Constructing Experience. Southern Illinois University Press, 1994.
Conceptual Change from a Sociocultural Perspective: Some Snapshots from a Family Album of Resemblances. In C. Bazerman, Constructing Experience. Southern Illinois University Press, 1994.
Why Representations are Interesting. In C. Bazerman, Constructing Experience. Southern Illinois University Press, 1994.
Temporary Boundaries over Unstable Land Masses.In C. Bazerman, Constructing Experience. Southern Illinois University Press, 1994.
The Nature of Expertise in Writing. In C. Bazerman, Constructing Experience. Southern Illinois University Press, 1994.
Difficulties in Characterizing Social Phenomena in Writing. In C. Bazerman, Constructing Experience. Southern Illinois University Press, 1994.
Patent Realities: Legally Stabilized Texts and Market Indeterminacies. The Narrative Construction of the Anxious Object. Ed. John Hultberg. Goteborg: University of Goteborg, 1993: 5-12.
Royal Society of London. Encyclopedia of Rhetoric. Ed. T. Enos. Southern Illinois University Press.
Money Talks: Adam Smith's Rhetorical Project. Constructing Experience, Charles Bazerman. Carbondale, IL: Southern Illinois University Press, 1994: 215-242. Also found in: Economics and Language, Willie Henderson et al, eds. New York: Routledge, 1993: 173-199.
Intertextual Self-Fashioning: Gould and Lewontin's Representations of the Literature. Understanding Scientific Prose, ed. Selzer. University of Wisconsin Press, 1993.
A Contention Over the Term Rhetoric. Toward Defining the New Rhetorics, ed. Enos. Southern Illinois University Press, 1993: 3-7.
Foreword. Professional Communication: The Social Perspective, Nancy Blyler and Charlotte Thralls, eds. Newbury Park, CA: Sage, 1993: vii-x.
Writing in the Disciplines. Encyclopedia of English Studies. Southern Illinois UP, 1993.
From Cultural Criticism to Disciplinary Participation: Living with Powerful Words. Writing, Teaching, and Learning in the Disciplines, ed. Moran and Herrington. Modern Language Association, 1992: 61-68. reprinted in Harcourt Brace Guide to Writing in the Disciplines, ed. R. Jones. Harcourt Brace, 1998.
Theories That Help Us Read and Write Better. A Rhetoric of Doing: Festschrift for J. Kinneavy, ed. Steve Witte. Southern Illinois University Press, 1992. 103-112.
The Interpretation of Disciplinary Writing. Writing the Social Text, ed. R. H. Brown. New York: Aldine de Gruyter, 1992: 31-38.
Linguistic and Rhetorical Studies of Writing in Disciplines. Encyclopedia of Higher Education. Pergamon, 1992.
How Natural Philosophers Can Cooperate: The Rhetorical Technology of Coordinated Research in Joseph Priestley's History and Present State of Electricity.Textual Dynamics of the Professions. University of Wisconsin Press, 1991. Reprinted in Three Keys to the Past, ed. T. Kynell and Michael Moran. ATTW. Studies in Scientific and Technical Communication, Ablex, 1999.
Reading Student Papers: Proteus Grabbing Proteus. Encountering Student Texts, ed. Winterowd, Phelps, Lawson, Sterr. Urbana: NCTE, 1990.
Reporting the Experiment: The Changing Accounts of Scientific Doings in the Philosophic Transactions of the Royal Society 1665-1800. In Shaping Written Knowledge. Reprinted in Landmark Essays in the Rhetoric of Science, ed. R. Harris. Erlbaum 1996, 2018.
Codifying the Social Scientific Style: The APA Publication Manual as a Behaviorist Rhetoric. The Rhetoric of the Human Sciences, (ed. Nelson, Megill and McCloskey). Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1987, pp. 125-144.
The Grant, The Scholar, and the University Community. The University and the State, ed., Hook, Kurtz, and Todorovich. New York: Prometheus Books, 1978.
Scientific Writing as a Social Act: A Review of the Literature of the Sociology of Science. New Essays in Technical Writing and Communication, ed. P. Anderson, J. Brockman, and C. Miller. Farmingdale: Baywood, 1983. 156-184.