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Lemke, J.L. 1988. “Text structure and text semantics” In R. Veltman and E. Steiner, Eds. Pragmatics, Discourse, and Text (pp. 158-170). London: Pinter.

Lemke, J.L. 1995. “Intertextuality and text semantics.” In M. Gregory and P. Fries, Eds. Discourse in Society: Functional Perspectives  Norwood, NJ: Ablex Publishing. [pp.85-114]

Lemke, J.L. 1998a. “Resources for Attitudinal Meaning: Evaluative Orientations in Text Semantics.” Functions of Language 5(1): 33-56.

Lemke, J. L. 1998b. Multiplying Meaning: Visual and Verbal Semiotics in Scientific Text. In James R. Martin and Robert Veel, Eds., Reading Science. London: Routledge. pp. 87-113.

Lemke, J.L. 1998c."Metamedia Literacy: Transforming Meanings And Media"   In D. Reinking, L. Labbo, M. McKenna, & R. Kiefer (Eds.), Handbook of Literacy and Technology: Transformations in a Post-Typographic World. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum. pp.283-301. 1998.

Lemke, J.L. 2000. "Material Sign Processes and Ecosocial Organization." In P.B. Andersen, C. Emmeche, and N.O. Finnemann-Nielsen, Eds. Downward Causation: Self-organization in Biology, Psychology, and Society. Aarhus University Press (Denmark). pp. 181-213.

Lemke, J.L. 2001.“Discursive technologies and the social organization of meaning.” Folia Linguistica 35 (1-2): 79 -96.

Lemke, J.L. 2002. Notes on multimedia and hypertext. Online at:

 Lemke, J. L. In press (a). “Multimedia genres for science education and scientific literacy.” In M. Schleppegrell & M.C. Colombi, Eds. Developing Advanced Literacy in First and Second Languages. Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Lemke, J.L. In press (b). “Mathematics in The Middle:  Measure, Picture, Gesture, Sign, and Word”. To appear in Anderson, M., Cifarelli, V., Saenz-Ludlow, A. and Vile, A. (eds.), Semiotic Perspectives on Mathematics Education.

Lemke, J. L. In press ©. “The Role of Texts in the Technologies of Social Organization.” To appear in R. Wodak & G. Weiss, Eds., Theory and Interdisciplinarity in Critical Discourse Analysis. London: Macmillan/Palgrave.

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