Andrew David Field, Building Shanghai’s Dreamworld: Architects and Elite Ballroom Designs of the 1920s and 1930s Built Heritage Issue 11 no. 3 vol. 3 (2019)

Andrew David Field, “An Irish Policeman in Shanghai: From Constable to Commissioner of the SMP, 1904-1939” in Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society China, Vol. 78, No. 1 (Nov. 2018) 71-100

Andrew David Field and James Farrer, "China's Party Kings: Shanghai Club Cultures and Status Consumption, 1920s-2010s," in Dorothy Solinger, ed., Polarized Cities: Portraits of the Rich and Poor in Urban China (Rowman & Littlefield, 2018) 127-147.

Andrew David Field, "The Shanghai Lady, 1880s-1990s: A Fictional Figure Adrift in the Maelstrom of Chinese Modernity," in Lisa Bernstein, ed., Cultural Representations of Shanghai (SUNY Press, 2019)

“Beijing is Rock, Shanghai is Jazz: Musical Identity Formations and Shifts in the Big City Soundscapes of China” in Brett Lashua and Stephen Wagg, eds., Sounds and The City, Volume 2 (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018) 151-172

Andrew David Field and James Farrer, “Shanghai Nightscapes and Ethnosexual Contact Zones,” in Xuefei Ren and Roger Keil, The Globalizing Cities Reader 2nd Edition (Routledge, 2017) 

Andrew David Field and James Farrer, “From Interzone to Transzone: Race and Sex in the Contact Zones of Shanghai’s Global Nightlife” (co-authored with James Farrer), Intersections Issue 31 (Dec. 2012)

Andrew David Field, “Dancing in the Maelstrom of Chinese Modernity: Jazz-Age Shanghai Cabarets as Sexual Contact Zones in Fact and Fiction,” Intersections Issue 31 (Dec. 2012)

Andrew David Field, “Fumee D’Opium et Jazz En Folie,” in Nicholas Idier, ed., Shanghai: Histoire, Promenades,Anthologie et Dictionnairepp. 415-442 (Bouquins: Paris, 2010)

Andrew David Field and Jeroen Groenewegen, “Explosive Acts: Punk Rock in China, 2007” in Berliner China Hefte Special Issue on Postmodern China, 2008

Andrew David Field, “Changling” (Ming Emperor Yongle’s Tomb), “Great Wall of China,” and “Grand Canal” for Berkshire Encyclopedia of China (2009)

Andrew David Field, “Early History of the Automobile in China, 1900-1920”, for Bosch in China Centennial, 2009

Andrew David Field, “From D.D’s to Y.Y. to Park 97 to Muse: Dance Club Spaces and the Construction of Class in Shanghai, 1997-2007,” in China: an International Journal (March 2008)

Andrew David Field, “Selling Souls in Sin City:  Shanghai Singing and Dancing Hostesses in Print, Film, and Politics, 1920-1949,” in Zhang Yingjin, ed., Cinema and Urban Culture in Shanghai, 1922-1943 (Stanford University Press, 1999): 99-127.