Ashton, J (forthcoming, 2019), People’s Landscapes: Unearthing Passion & Protest (with foreword by Director Mike Leigh), The National Trust.
Ashton, J (forthcoming, 2019), “Hair, Thread, Ink, Pigment” (separate chapters) in P. Dobraszczyk (ed), Manchester: Something Rich & Strange, Manchester University Press.
Ashton, J and Lennon, R, (forthcoming 2019) “Strategies of Feminist Arts Interventions at the National Trust” in N. Cass, G. Park, A. Powell (eds), Intersecting Practices: Contemporary Art in Heritage Spaces, Routledge. (book chapter)
Ashton, J and Kettle, A, (2018) Thread Bearing Witness, Whitworth Art Gallery. (essay and editor)
Ashton, J (2018) “Feminist Archiving [manifesto continued]: skilling for direct action”, in M. Dever (ed) Archives and New Modes of Feminist Research, Routledge. (book chapter)
Ashton, J (2018) "The Anonymous Cutter (1928-1966)", in D. Penny, cutting ceremonies & other suggestions, Dovecot Studios. (art essay)
Ashton, J. Ed. (Dec 2017 & Feb 2018) Feminism and Museums: Intervention, Disruption and Change, Volume 1 & 2, MuseumsEtc. (books)
Ashton, J (2017) “Voice/Silence, Participatory Practices”, Arts & International Affairs, 2:2: 66-67. (journal article)
Ashton, J (2017) “Feminist Archiving [manifesto continued]: skilling for direct action”, Australian Feminist Studies, 32: 126-149. (journal article)
Ashton, J (2017) “The Feminists are Cackling in the Archive”, Feminist Review, 115: 155-164. (journal article)
Ashton, J (2016) “Digital Sculptures/Digital Visitors @ MOSI”, Museums and Visitor Photography, MuseumsEtc: 408-425. (chapter)
Ashton, J (2015) “A Concrete House & its Photographic Portrait”, Parallax, 21:3: 288-308. (journal article)
Ashton, J, (2013), “Derek Jarman’s Blue: Negating the Visual”, Journal of Applied Arts & Health, 3:1: 295-307. (journal article)
Ashton, J (2012), “Review: William Etty: Art and Controversy, York Art Gallery (June 2011–January 2012) and “William Etty: Art and Controversy” edited by Sarah Burnage, Mark Hallett and Laura Turner, Journal of Visual Culture in Britain, 13:2, 272-274. (book and exhibition reviews)
Ashton, J, Day, K (2009) “People, Spaces, Collections: Art and Learning at The Manchester Museum”, The Go-Between: Artist as Mediator Between Collections & Audiences, Vol. 1, University of Glamorgan: 33-43. (conference proceedings)