Academic Books

Jiang, J. (2015), An Era without Memory: Chinese Contemporary Photography on Urban Transformation, London: Thames and Hudson

Jiang, J. (2010), A Decade Long Exposure: Central Academy of Fin Arts and Contemporary Chinese Photography, Shanghai: Shanghai Literature and Art Publishing Group

Jiang, J. (2010), Red: China's Cultural Revolution, London: Jonathan Cape, Random House

Jiang, J. (2008), The Revolution Continues: New Art from China, London: the Saatchi Gallery and Jonathan Cape, Random House

Jiang, J. (ed.) (2007), Burden or Legacy: From the Chinese Cultural Revolution to Contemporary Art, Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press

Book Chapters

Xiao, J., Tait, M., & Kang, J., (2016), 'The design of urban smellscapes with fragrant plants and water features', in Perkings C. et al. eds. Designing with Smell: Practices, Techniques and Challenges, Chapter 8, London: Routledge

Exhibition Catalogues

Jiang, J.  & Nash, M. (2016), The Shadow Never Lies, Shanghai: Shanghai People's Fine Arts Publishing House

Jiang, J. (2016), The Distant Unknown, Shanghai: OCAT

Jiang, J. (2014), Harmonious Society: Asia Triennial Manchester, Manchester: Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art

Jiang, J. & Watkins, J. (2012), , the Theme Exhibition of the Fourth Guangzhou Triennial, Guangzhou: Lingnan Art Publishing House

Jiang, J. (2011), Guanxi: A Collection of Letters with Twelve Artists, Shanghai: Shanghai Literature and Art Publishing Group

Jiang, J. (2009), To Strangers, Shanghai: the Star Space

Jiang, J. (2009), The Tale of Angels, London: the Red Mansion Foundation

Jiang, J. (2007), Jingdian [Highlights in the Visual Landscape], Beijing: Capital Normal University Press

Jiang, J. (2005), Collective Space, Hong Kong: 1a Space and MCCM Creations

Journal Articles

Xiao, J. & Aletta, F. (2016), 'A soundscape approach to exploring design strategies for acoustic comfort in modern public libraries: a case study of the Library of Birmingham', Noise Mapping(1), pp.264-273. 

Merlin, M. (2011), ‘The Nanjing Courtesan Ma Shouzhen (1548–1604): Gender, Space and Painting in the Late Ming Pleasure Quarter’, Gender & History, Vol. 23, No.3, pp. 631-65.

Merlin, M. (2008), ‘Ma Shouzhen, Visuality and Alfred Gell’s Anthropological Theory of Art’, Phoenix In Domo Foscari, n.1, 2008, The Online Journal of Oriental Studies, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice, pp. 237–250.