Jones, S. (2014), The Media of Testimony: Remembering the East German Stasi in the Berlin Republic (forthcoming in Palgrave Macmillan's Memory Studies series)
Jones, S. (2011), Complicity, Censorship and Criticism: Negotiating Space in the GDR Literary Sphere, Berlin: Walter de Gruyter. (Interdisciplinary German Cultural Studies).
Jones, S. and Pinfold, D. (eds) (2014), Remembering Dictatorship: State Socialist Pasts in Post-Socialist Presents – special issue of Central Europe.
Jones, S. and Nehru, M. (eds) (2011), Writing under Socialism, Nottingham: Critical, Cultural and Communications Press. (Studies in Post-Conflict Cultures).
Jones, S. (2013), "Catching Fleeting Memories: Victim Forums as Mediated Remembering Communities", Memory Studies, 6.4: 390-403
Jones, S. (2013), "Memory on Film: Testimony and Constructions of Authenticity in Documentaries about the GDR", European Journal of Cultural Studies, 16.2: 194-210
Jones, S. (2011), “Staging Battlefields: Media, Authenticity and Politics in The Museum of Communism (Prague), The House of Terror (Budapest) and Gedenkstätte Hohenschönhausen (Berlin)”, Journal of War and Culture Studies, 4.1: 97-111.
Jones, S. (2011), “Touching on Taboos: Elfriede Brüning and the Reception of Partnerinnen in the GDR”, German Life and Letters, 64.1: 71-82.
Jones, S. (2009), “Conflicting Evidence: Hermann Kant and the Opening of the Stasi Files”, German Life and Letters, 62.2: 190-205.
Jones, S. (2014), "Uneasy Heritage: Remembering Everyday Life in Post-Socialist Memorials and Museums". In Robinson, M. and Silverman, H. (eds), Encounters with the Past: Heritage and Popular Culture, New York: Springer (forthcoming)
Jones, S. (2012), "Why Stay? Shifting Perspectives on 'Inner Emigration' and Resistance in the Works of Elfriede Brüning". In Clarke, D. and Goodbody, A. (eds), The Self in Transition: East German Autobiographical Writing Before and After Unification. Essays in Honour of Dennis Tate, Amsterdam: Rodopi, pp. 71-84
Jones, S. (2012),“Community and Genre: Autobiographical Rememberings of Stasi Oppression”. In Saunders, A. and Pinfold, D. (eds), Remembering and Rethinking the GDR: Multiple Perspectives and Plural Authenticities, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 67-82.
Jones, S. (2011), "Writing in Ambiguity: Negotiating Censorship in the GDR". In Jones, S. and Nehru, M. (eds), Writing under Socialism, Nottingham: Critical, Cultural and Communications Press, pp. 11-27.
Jones, S. (2011), “At Home with the Stasi: Gedenkstätte Hohenschönhausen as Historic House”. In Clarke, D. And Wölfel, U. (eds), Remembering the German Democratic Republic: Divided Memory in a United Germany, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 211-22.
Jones, S. (2010), “‘Ein reines Phantasieprodukt’ or ‘Hostile Biography’? – Günter de Bruyn’s Vierzig Jahre and the Stasi files”. In Dahlke, B., Tate, D. and Woods, R. (eds), German Life Writing in the Twentieth Century, Rochester, NY: Camden House, pp. 196-207.
Jones, S. (2010), "Wie man 'das Gruseln' lernt: Stefan Heym, Autobiographie und die Stasi-Akten’. In Preusser, H.-P. and Schmitz, H. (eds), Autobiographie und historische Krisenerfahrung. Heidelberg: Universitätsverlag Winter, pp. 117-26
(with Martin Modlinger) 'German Studies: Literature and Film, 1945 to the Present Day', The Year's Work in Modern Language Studies 2012, 74 (in press)
(with Catriona Firth) ‘German Studies: Literature and Film, 1945 to the Present Day’, The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies 2011, 73: 376-403
(with Catriona Firth) ‘German Studies, Literature and Film 1945 to the Present Day’, The Year’s Work in Modern Language Studies 2010, 72: 432-58.
Sara Jones in discussion with Kostas Nikolopoulos as part of the Birmingham Fellows Full Circle series.
Sara Jones discussing eyewitness testimony as part of the ideaslab 'Predictor Podcast' series.