Jordan, G. (with the assistance of Akli Ahmed and Abdi Arwo) (2004) Somali Elders: Portraits from Wales / Odeyada Soomaalida: Muuqaalo ka yimid Welishka. A bilingual publication in English and Somali. Cardiff: Butetown History & Arts Centre.
Jordan, G. (2002) Tramp Steamers, Seamen & Sailor Town: Jack Sullivan’s Paintings of Old Cardiff Docklands. Cardiff: Butetown History & Arts Centre.
Jordan, G. (2001) ‘Down the Bay’: Picture Post, Humanist Photography and Images of 1950s. Cardiff. Cardiff: Butetown History & Arts Centre.
Jordan, G & C. Weedon (1995) Cultural Politics: Class, Gender, Race and the Postmodern World. Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
Jordan, G. & C. Weedon, Macedonian edition of Cultural Politics. Skopje: Templum.
Jordan, G. & R. St. Clair Drake (1982) A Methodological Essay. Urbana, Illinois.
Jordan, G. (ed.) (2003) Fractured Horizon: A Landscape of Memory / Gorwel Briwedig: Tirlun Atgof. Photographs by Mathew Manning and text by Patti Flynn. Cardiff: Butetown History & Arts Centre.
Jordan, G., L. Taylor & P. Cope (2006) It’s all in the Wood: The Afro-Welsh Sculpture of Raymond Charles Taylor. Cardiff: Butetown History & Arts Centre.
Jordan, G. and Singh, S. (2011) 'The Sikh Diaspora in Ireland: a short history’, in Knut A Jacobsen and Kristina Myrvold (eds.) Sikhs in Europe: Migration, Identities and Representations , Ashgate
Jordan, G. & Weedon, C. (2008) ‘Negotiating racialised boundaries: women from Butetown and the South Wales Valleys, 1930s – 1950s” in J. Aaron, H. Altink & C. Weedon (eds.) Gendering Border Studies. Cardiff: University of Wales Press.
Jordan, G. (with Abdirahman Akli Ahmed and Abdi Arwo) (2007) ‘Presenting themselves before the camera: the Somali elders project in Cardiff’ in Á. O’Brien & A. Grossman (eds.) Migration and Location: Transcultural Documentary Practice. New York: Wallflower Press.
Jordan, G. (2006) ‘Sculpture that speaks: the expressive woodwork of Raymond Charles Taylor’ in G. Jordan, L. Taylor & P. Cope (eds.) It’s all in the Wood: The Afro-Welsh Sculpture of Raymond Charles Taylor. Cardiff: Butetown History & Arts Centre, pp. 7-25.
Jordan, G. (2005) ‘“We never really noticed you were coloured”: postcolonialist reflections on immigrants and minorities in Wales’, in J. Aaron & C. Williams (eds.) Postcolonial Wales. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, pp. 55-81.
Jordan, G. & C. Weedon (2004). “Cultural Studies after Leavis”, in Patricia Waugh (ed) The Theory and Practice of Literary Criticism: An Oxford Guide. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jordan, G. (2003) ‘Tortured journey: Cardiff Bay, photography and the landscape of memory/Taith ingol: Bae Caerdydd, ffotograffiaeth a thirlun atgof’, in M. Manning, P. Flynn and G. Jordan (eds.) Fractured Horizon: A Landscape of Memory / Gorwel Briwedig: Tirlun Atgof. Cardiff: Butetown History & Arts Centre, pp. 11-13 and 17-19.
Jordan, G. (2003) ‘Voices from below: doing people’s history in Cardiff Docklands”, in S. Berger & H. Feldner (eds.) Writing History: Theory and Practice. London: Arnold, pp. 299-320.
Jordan, G. (2002), “Whose Story Is It? On the Multiple Births of Cultural Studies”, in D. Walton & D. Scheu (eds.) Culture and Power: Cultural Studies in Spain.. Bern: Peter Lang, pp. 147-171
Jordan, G. (2001) ‘Tiger Bay, Picture Post and the politics of representation’, in G. Jordan (ed.) ‘Down the Bay’: Picture Post, Humanist Photography and Images of 1950s Cardiff. Cardiff: Butetown History & Arts Centre, pp. 9-21.
Jordan, G & C. Weedon (2000). ‘When the subaltern speak, what do they say? Radical cultural politics in Cardiff Docklands’, in L. Grossberg, P. Gilroy & A. McRobbie (eds.) _Without Guarantees: Essays for Stuart Hall. London: Verso, pp. 165-180.
Jordan, G. (1998). “Liberal Humanism and the Development of Cultural Policy in Britain”, in K. Kujawinska (ed) Liberalism. Lødz: University of Lødz Press, pp. 77-90.
Jordan, G. & C. Weedon (1996). “Race, Truth & the Burden of Representation: Clement Cooper’s Photographic Practice.” Introductory essay to Clement Cooper, Deep: People of Mixed Race, a photography book published jointly by Ffotogallery, Autograph (Association of Black Photographers) and Viewpoint Photography Gallery in Salford, pp. 1-16.
Jordan, G. & C. Weedon (1995). “The Celebration of Difference and the Cultural Politics of Racism”, in B. Adams & S. Allan (eds) Theorising Culture after Postmodernism. London: UCL Press, pp. 149-164.
Jordan, G. (1991). “On Ethnography in an Intertextual Situation: Reading Narratives or Deconstructing Discourse?”, in F. V. Harrison (ed.) Decolonizing Anthropology: Moving Further toward an Anthropology for Liberation. Washington, D.C.: American Anthropological Association, pp. 42-67.
Jordan, G. (forthcoming) ‘Subversive ethnography: voices from below in Cardiff Bay”, Cultural Studies–Critical Methodologies.
Jordan, G. (2011) 'Re-membering the African-American Past: Langston Hughes, Aaron Douglas and Black Art of the Harlem Renaissance’ Cultural Studies 25(6): 848-891
Jordan, G. (2011) 'On an Island Without Sun: coping strategies of Sikhs in Ireland’, Journal of Intercultural Studies, 32(4):407-432
Jordan, G. (2008) ‘An African Presence in Europe: portraits of Somali elders”, Cultural Studies 22(2): 328-353
Jordan, G. (2008) 'Photography That Cares: Portraits from multi-ethnic Wales’, Journal of Media Practice 9(2): 153-169
Jordan G., O. Otele & C. Weedon (2008) “Memory / Politics”, special issue of the journal Cultural Studies. A selection of papers presented in the seven panels on “Collective Memory” that the three co-editors organised for the July 2006 Crossroads in Cultural Studies conference in Istanbul.
Jordan, G. & C. Weedon (1998). ‘Tiger Bay: Konstruktionen einer multi-ethnischen gemischtrassigen Gemeinde.’ Das Argument: Zeitschrift für Philosophie und Sozialwissenshaften, 6, 228: 793-810.
Jordan, G. & C. Weedon (1996). “From Primitivism to Ethnic Art and Multiculturalism: Postcolonial Artists in Post-war Britain”, Culture and Power 2: 111-120.
Jordan, G. (1995) “Escape from Modernity: Time, the Other & the Discourse of Primitivism”, Time & Society, 4 (3): 281-303.
Jordan, G. (1990). “On Being a Committed Intellectual: St. Clair Drake and the Politics of Anthropology.” Transforming Anthropology 1 (2): 15-18. (This was a special issue of the journal of the Association of Black Anthropologists dedicated to memory of my mentor, Professor St Clair Drake.)
Jordan, G. (1988). ‘Images of Tiger Bay: did Howard Spring tell the truth?’, Llafur: Journal of the Society for Welsh Labour History 5 (1): 53-59.
Jordan, G. & Weedon, C. (1996). “Culture, Power and Institutions: Questions of Cultural Politics”. In Culture and Power, vol. 2: 3-15. Special number on “Institutions”, edited by Rosa González. Barcelona: Promociones y Publicaciones Universitarias.