Hi Tosh,

You may want to look at Dias, P. and Pare, A. (2000) "Transitions:
Writing in academic and workplace settings," Cresskill, NJ: Hampton.
In general, I'd suggest that you look at the Written Language series
edited by Marcia Farr.

Another excellent book (available at Carleton) is
  Academic literacy and the nature of expertise; reading, writing, and
knowing in academic philosophy.
    Geisler, Cheryl. Hillsdale, N.J., Lawrence Erlbaum Associates. 1994
354 p.
    CALL NUMBER: PE1404.G38
    LOCATION(S): FLOOR 3: 1 copy

Good luck.
Natasha Artemeva

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