2017. Bruce-Jones, E. "Baldwin and the American Banquet," Consented Magazine Issue 4: Race and Empire. 3 Oct.
2017. Bruce-Jones, E. "Police Brutality and Racism in Germany," AAIHS Black Perspectives Blog, 17 April.
2016. Bruce-Jones, E. "Citizens of Nowhere? Fear, Race, Migration and the Dangers of Formalism," Junge Wissenschaft im Öffentlichen Recht Blog, 16 November.
2016. Bruce-Jones, E. (with L. Okolosie, N. El-Enany and J. Benson), "Should we leave or remain in the EU: Roundtable Discussion Part 1," Media Diversified, 21 June.
2015. Bruce-Jones, E. “Racism, Policing and the Quality of our Lives,” Huffington Post, 16 November.
2015. Bruce-Jones, E. “Black Lives and the State of Distraction,” Los Angeles Review of Books, 21 September.
2015. Bruce-Jones, E. “Why do we count the dead?” Institute for Race Relations News Comment, 1 July.
2015. Bruce-Jones, E. “Deterrence unto Death: Running fast into a neighbour’s knife,” Critical Legal Thinking, 24 April 2015.
2015. Bruce-Jones, E. “German Policing at the Intersection,” No Alibis, Race & Class Radio, KCSB 91.9 FM Santa Barbra, Avery Gordon and Elizabeth Robinson (hosts), aired 12 February 2015.
2014. Bruce-Jones, E. “Cuba and the Garden State: Assata Shakur, Abolition and the Problem of Pardon,” Critical Legal Thinking, 22 December 2014.
2014. Bruce-Jones, E. “The Production of an Attacker: Emrah Kara and the Shooting of the Mentally Ill”. IRR News Comment, Institute of Race Relations, January 2014.
2014, Bruce-Jones, E. “Almanya'nın Gündemi ‘Kurumsal Irkçılık’” (transl. from English by Dr. Didem Özalpat, Cukurova University Faculty of Law), BIA News Service.
2013. Bruce-Jones, E. “Germany: Time to Deal with Institutional Racism”. European Network Against Racism Webzine, June 2013.
2012. Bruce-Jones, E. “Germany’s Stephen Lawrence”. IRR News Comment, Institute of Race Relations, Jan. 2012.
2018. Asanovic, B. (lead writer), with E. Bruce-Jones, J. Pierce and L. Zadeh (contributing writers), Still Falling Short: The Standard of Home-Office Decision Making in Asylum Claims Based on Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity. UK Lesbian and Gay Immigration Group.
2015. Bruce-Jones, E. and N. El-Enany (eds.) Justice, Resistance and Solidarity: Race and Policing in England and Wales. Runnymede Trust, Funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC).
2015. Legal Consultant, Parallel Report on the 19th - 22nd Report Submitted by Germany to the UN Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination under Article 9 of the International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination.
2013. Bruce-Jones, E. "Institutionalised Racism in Germany: Law Enforcement" in Recycling Hatred: Racism(s) in Europe Today. A Dialogue between Academics, Equality Experts and Civil Society Activists. The European Network Against Racism, Brussels, (in co-ordination with the Open Society Foundations and PROGRESS, the EU Programme for Employment and Social Solidarity), February 2013, 96 – 102.
2011. Bruce-Jones, E. and Lucas Paoli Itaborahy. “State-sponsored Homophobia: A world survey of laws prohibiting same sex activity between consenting adults.” International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association, May 2011.
2010. Legal Consultant, Third Party Intervention of the AIRE Centre before the European Court of Human Rights, Solomon v. Spain, Application No. 47159/08.
2005. Bruce-Jones, E. Translation of Installation 'Block 25: The Tent' for the 60th Anniversary of Closing of Ravensbrück Concentration Camp. Commissioned by Stephan Hördler, Ravensbrück Foundation, Ravensbrück, Germany, April 2005.
2018. Bruce-Jones, E. "india has left us," in David Dabydeen et. al., Eds., We Mark Your Memory: Writings from the Descendants of Indenture. University of London Institute of Advanced Study and Commonwealth Foundation: London.
2014. Bruce-Jones, E. "Preface" in Amy Evans, The Most Unsatisfied Town (play), Edition Assemblage: Münster.
2009. Bruce-Jones, E. "Survived (for Audre Lorde)" in Susan Arndt, Maisha Eggers, Grada Kilomba and Peggy Piesche (Eds.), Mythen, Masken und Subjekte: Kritische Weissseinsforschung in Deutschland. Unrast: Muenster.