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Studies in Writing Book series
 
 

In 1996 we started a book series on writing studies, strongly related to the work of the members of the Special Interest Group (SIG) of the European Association on Research of Learning and Instruction (EARLI). The first six volumes were published by Amsterdam University Press, volumes 7-16 by Kluwer Academic Press, and volumes 17 and higher by Elsevier, later taken over by Emerald. Since 2013, the series is with Brill Publishers.

 

Forthcoming

Perry Klein & Lori Kirkpatrick (vol. eds.), Writing to learn (2013)

Overview

Volumes 1-6 were published by Amsterdam University Press, and are no longer available since 2004. Copies of volumes 3-6 are still available from G.C.W.Rijlaarsdam@uva.nl)

 

Volume 1: Theories, Models and Methodology in Writing Research

Gert Rijlaarsdam, Huub van den Bergh, Michel Couzijn (Eds.) 1996

558 pages; Paperback  ISBN 90-5356-197-8

Volume 2: Effective Teaching and Learning of Writing. Current Trends in Research

Gert Rijlaarsdam, Huub van den Bergh, Michel Couzijn (Eds.) 1996

pages 388; Paperback ISBN 90-5356-198-6

Volume 3: The Cognitive Demands of Writing. Processing Capacity and Working Memory Effects in Text Production

Mark Torrance, Gaynor Jeffery (Eds.) 1999

pages 113: Paperback ISBN 90-5356-308-3

Volume 4: Knowing What to Write. Conceptual Processes in Text Production

Mark Torrance, David Galbraith (eds.) 1999

pages 190; Paperback ISBN 90-5356-307-5

Volume 5: Foundations of Argumentative Text Processing

Pierre Coirier, Jerry Andriessen (Eds.) 2000

Pages 273; Paperback 90-5356-340-7

Volume 6: Metalinguistic Activity in Learning to Write

Anna Camps, kMarta Milian (Eds.) 2000

pages 228: Paperback 90-5356-341-5

 

Volume  7: Writing as a Learning Tool. Päivi Tynjälä, Lucia Mason, Kirsti Lonka (Eds.) 2001Hardbound, ISBN 0-7923-6877-0; Paperback, ISBN 0-7923-6914-9 .

Volume  8Developmental Aspects in Learning to Write, Liliana Tolchinsky (Ed.) 2001

Paperback,  ISBN 0-7923-7063-5; Hardbound, ISBN 0-7923-6979-3 .

Volume  9Through the Models of Writing: Denis Alamargot, Lucile Chanquoy (2001)

Paperback, ISBN 0-7923-7159-3; Hardbound, ISBN 0-7923-6980-7 .

Volume  10 Contemporary Tools and Techniques for Studying Writing, Thierry Olive, & C. Michael Levy (Eds.) 2001. Hardbound,  ISBN 1-4020-0035-9; Paperback,  ISBN 1-4020-0106-1

Volume  11: New Directions for Research in L2 Writing, Sarah Ransdell, Marie-Laure Barbier (Eds.) 2002. 281 p. Paperback, ISBN 1-4020-0539-3; Hardbound,  ISBN 1-4020-0538-5

Teaching Academic Writing in European Higher Education, Lennart Björk, Gerd Bräuer. Lotte Rienecker, Peter Stray Jörgensen (Eds.) 2003. 240 p. Hardbound,  ISBN 1-4020-1208-X; Paperback,  ISBN 1-4020-1209-8

Volume  13Revision: Cognitive and Instructional Processes. Linda Allal, Lucile Chanquoy, Pierre Largy (Eds.) 2004. 248 p. Hardbound,  ISBN 1-4020-7729-7

Volume 14: Effective Learning and Teaching of Writing. A Handbook of Writing in Education, Gert Rijlaarsdam,  Huub van den Bergh & Michel Couzijn, M. (Eds.), 2nd ed., 2004, X, 670 p. 21 illus., Hardcover ISBN: 1-4020-2724-9; Softcover ISBN: 1-4020-2725-7

Volume 15: Writing in Contexts. Textual Practices and Learning Processes in Sociocultural Settings. Triantafillia Kostouli (Ed.) (2005). 280 p.,  Hardcover ISBN: 0-387-24237-6; Softcover ISBN: 0-387-24238-4

Volume 16: Teaching Writing in Chinese Speaking Areas. Mark Shiu Kee Shum; De Lu Zhang (Eds.) 2005. 276 p., Hardcover BN: 0-387-26392-6

Volume 17: Writing and digital Media. Luuk van Waes, Mariëlle Leijten & Chris Neuwirth (Eds.) (2006). 380p., Hardbound, ISBN: 0-08-044863-1, 380 pages

Volume 18: Computer Key-stroke logging and writing. Kirk Sullivan & Eva Lindgren (eds.) 2006. 248 p., Hardbound, ISBN: 0-08-044934-4.
Volume 19: Writing and Motivation. Suzanne Hidi, & Pietro Boscolo (Eds.)(2006), 348 pp, 9780080453255.

Volume 20: Writing and Cognition. Research and Applications. Mark Torrance, Luuk van Waes & David Galbraith (Eds.) (2007). 392 pp. Hardbound: 9780080450940.
Volume 21: Written Documents in the Workplace. Denis Alamargot, Patrice Ternier, Jean Marie Cellier (Eds.) 2007. 336 pp.  9780080474878.
Volume 22: Voices, identities, negotiations, and conflicts.Writing academic English across cultures. Phan Le Ha & Bradley Baurain (Eds.).  9780857247193.

Volume 23: Research on Writing Approaches in Mental Health. Luciano l'Abato & Laura Sweeney (Vol. Eds.). 250 pages,  9780857249555.
Volume 24: University Writing Selves and Texts in Academic Societies. Montserat Castello & Christiane Donahue (Vol. Eds.). 250 pages. 9781780523866.
Volume 25: Learning to Write Effectively Current Trends in European Research. Mark Torrance (coordinating Vol. Ed.). 431 pages. 9781780529288.
Volume 26: Service-Learning and Writing: Paving the Way for Literacy(ies) through Community Engagement. Isabel Baca (Vol. Ed.). 304 pages. ISBN13: 9781781902653.
Volume 27: Measuring Writing: Recent Insights into Theory, Methodology and Practice. Elke van Steendam, Marion Tillema, Gert Rijlaarsdam and Huub van den Bergh (Vol. Eds.). 258 pages. ISBN13 9781781902677.