Includes bibliographical references (p. 314-324) and index.
Editor's Introduction / Charles Bazerman -- I. Introduction. 1. Resituating the Discourse Community: A Sociohistoric Perspective -- II. Situated Explorations of Academic Writing Tasks. 2. Multiple Exposures: Tracing a Microhistory of Academic Writing Tasks. 3. Making Semiotic Genres: Topics, Contextualizations, and Literate Activity in Two Seminars. 4. Trajectories of Participation: Two Paths to the MA -- III. Literate Activity and Mediated Authorship. 5. Literate Activity, Scenes of Writing, and Mediated Authorship. 6. Images of Authorship in a Sociology Research Team. 7. Voices in the Networks: Distributed Agency in Streams of Activity. 8. A Microhistory of Mediated Authorship and Disciplinary Enculturation: Tracing Authoritative and Internally Persuasive Discourses -- IV. Redrawing the Maps of Writing and Disciplinarity. 9. Laminations of Activity: Chronotopes and Lilah. 10. Writing/Disciplinarity: A Sociohistoric Approach.
App. A. Situating the Research: Multiple Exposures of a Methodology -- App. B. Conventions of Data Representation.