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[596] Artemeva, Natasha. "Toward a Unified Social Theory of Genre Learning." Journal of Business & Technical Communication 22 (2008): 160-185.
[597] Artemeva, Natasha, and Janna Fox. "Awareness Versus Production: Probing Students' Antecedent Genre Knowledge." Journal of Business & Technical Communication 24 (2010): 476-515.
[600] Artemeva, Natasha, and Aviva Freedman. Rhetorical Genre Studies and Beyond. Winnipeg, Manitoba: Inkshed, 2008.
[1437] Artemeva, Natasha, and Aviva Freedman. Genre Studies around the Globe: Beyond the Three Tradition. Edmonton, Alberta: Inkshed Publications and Trafford Publishing, 2016.
[RN73] Artemeva, Natasha. "The writing consultant as cultural interpreter: Bridging cultural perspectives on the genre of the periodic engineering report." Technical Communication Quarterly 7 (1998): 285-299.
[RN168] Artemeva, Natasha. "A Time to Speak, a Time to Act: A Rhetorical Genre Analysis of a Novice Engineerís Calculated Risk Taking." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 19 (2005): 389-421.
[RN159] Artemeva, Natasha. "Toward a Unified Social Theory of Genre Learning." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 22 (2008): 160-185.
[RN160] Artemeva, Natasha, and Janna Fox. "Awareness Versus Production: Probing Studentsí Antecedent Genre Knowledge." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 24 (2010): 476-515.
[RN196] Artemeva, Natasha, and Aviva Freedman. "'Just the Boys Playing on Computers': An Activity Theory Analysis of Differences in the Cultures of Two Engineering Firms." Journal of Business and Technical Communication 15 (2001): 164-194.
[RN70] Artemeva, Natasha, Susan Logie, and Jennie St-Martin. "From page to stage: How theories of genre and situated learning help introduce engineering students to discipline-specific communication." Technical Communication Quarterly 8 (1999): 301-316.