Papers are all preprints unless indicated. Please check published
version before citing.
Writing in the Academic Disciplines
“Where do the naturalistic studies of WAC/WID point? A research review.” WAC for the new millennium: Strategies for continuing writing-across-the-curriculum programs : Urbana, IL: NCTE, 2001. 259–98.
Rethinking Genre in School and
Society: An Activity Theory Analysis, Written Communication 14
version with diagrams)
Activity Theory and
Its Implications for Writing Instruction.
In Reconceiving Writing, Rethinking Writing Instruction. Ed. Joseph Petraglia.
(Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum,1995): 51-78.
Picture People Rarely Become Historians': Genre Systems and the Contradictions
of General Education. With Arturo Yañez.In Writing Selves/Writing Society. 2003 (online)
"'The World is Too Messy': The Challenge of Historical Literacy in a General-Education Course." With Arturo Yañez. Composition(s) in the New Liberal Arts. Eds. Joanna Castner Post and James A. Inman. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press, 2009.
de la Actividad Histórico-Cultural Vygotskiana y la Teoria del Sistema de
Géneros: Una Sintesis sobra la Escritura en la Education Formal
y la Escritura en otras Prácticas Sociales. (pdf) With
Arturo Yañez. Entre Lenguas 8.1 (2002-2003): 67-81.
The Limits of the Apprenticeship
Models in WAC/WID Research, Conference of College Composition and
Computer-Supported Learning Across the Curriculum
the Interface: Activity Theory and Distributed Learning. In
Distributed Learning: Social and Cultural Approaches to Practice. Ed. Mary Lea and Kathy Nicoll. London: Routledge,
Dave, Anish, and David R. Russell. "Drafting and Revision Using Word Processing by Undergraduate Student Writers: Changing Conceptions and Practices.” Research in the Teaching of English (May 2010). (pdf)
Russell, David, and Dave Fisher. “Online, multimedia case studies for professional education: Revisioning concepts of genre recognition.” In Theories of Genre and the Internet. Giltrow, J., & Stein, D. (Eds.). 163-191. Amsterdam: Benjamins. 2010. (rtf)
"Writing in Multiple Contexts: Vygotskian CHAT Meets the Phenomenology of Genre." In Traditions of Writing Research. Ed. Charles Bazerman et al. 353-364. New York: Routledge, 2010. (Word)
Fisher, David, Russell, David, Williams, Joseph, and Dan Fisher. "Space, Time, and Transfer in Virtual Case Environments (VCEs)." Kairos: Rhetoric, Technology, Pedagogy 12.2 (January 2008). (online)
Kind-ness of Genre: An Activity Theory Analysis of High School
Teachers' Perception of Genre in Portfolio Assessment Across
the Curriculum." The Rhetoric and Ideology of Genre: Strategies
for Stability and Change. Ed. Richard Coe, Lorelei Lingard, and Tatiana
Teslenko. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton, 2002. 225-242.
"Portfolios Across the Curriculum:
Whole School Assessment in Kentucky" (with Lizabeth
Berryman). English Journal 90 (2001): 76-84.
Curricular and Professional Development Through Collaborative Portfolio
Assessment." with Starr Lewis and Anella
Riggs. English Leadership Quarterly 18 (1996): 13-18.
International Writing Instruction
Articulation. In Writing
and Learning in Cross-National Perspective: Transitions from Secondary
to Higher Education.
Collaborative Portfolio Assessment
in the English Secondary School System. Clearing House 68 (March/April1995): 244-47.
Russell, David R., Mary Lea Jan Parker, Brian Street, and Tiane Donahue, “Exploring Notions of Genre in "Academic Literacies" and "Writing Across the Curriculum": Approaches Across Countries and Contexts.” (pdf) In Genre in a Changing World. Perspectives on Writing. Ed. Bazerman, Charles, Bonini, Adair, and Figueiredo, Débora. Fort Collins, Colorado: The WAC Clearinghouse and Parlor Press, 2009. (free online)
History of Writing Instruction in Education
"Romantics on Rhetoric: Liberal Culture and the Abolition of Composition Courses." Rhetoric Review 6 (1988): 132-148. (pdf)
English: Rhetoric on the Boundaries" In
Disciplining English: Alternative Histories, Critical Perspectives. Ed. David Shumway and Craig Dionne. Albany, NY: State University of
New York Press, 2002. 39-58.
History." Research on Composition, 1983-2003,
Ed. Peter Smagorinsky. Urbana, IL: NCTE. (Teachers College
"Writing Across the Curriculum in Historical Perspective: Toward a Social Interpretation." College English 52 (January 1990): 52-73. (pdf)