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Kelso, J. (2004) Athaliah to Elijah the tishbite. Yours Faithfully Virtual Letters From the Bible, 1 1: 85-88. 57  
Kelso, Julie (2012). A woman is being beaten and maybe she likes it? Approaching Song of Songs 5:2-7. In Roland Boer, Michael Carden and Julie Kelso (Ed.), The one who reads may run: essays in honour of Edgar W. Conrad (pp. 160-175) New York , NY, United States: T and T Clark International. 65 5
Porter, Marie and Kelso, Julie (2011). Birthing and re-birthing Down Under: from ARM-A to AMIRCI. In Andrea O'Reilly (Ed.), The 21st century motherhood movement: mothers speak out on why we need to change the world and how to do it (pp. 814-823) Toronto, Canada: Demeter Press. 15  
Kelso, Julie (2014) "But Mary was preserving these matters, carefully bringing together and considering them in her heart": ethical listening, contemplation, and the cultivation of a sexuating silence. The Bible and Critical Theory, 10 1: 49-67. doi:10.2104/bct.v10i1.584 4   0
Kelso, Julie (2010) Introduction. Bible and Critical Theory, 6 1: 01.1-01.2. 13  
Kelso, Julie (2010) Introduction. Bible and Critical Theory, 6 2: 19.1-19.3. 18  
Kelso, Julie and Boer, Roland (2010) Introduction. Bible and Critical Theory, 6 3: 37.1-37.3. 29  
Porter, Marie and Kelso, Julie (2010). Introduction. In Julie Kelso and Marie Porter (Ed.), Mother-texts: Narratives and counter-narratives (pp. xiii-xxiii) Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 41 5
Kelso, J. O Mother, Where Art Thou? An Irigarayan Reading of the Book of Chronicles 1st ed. London: Equinox Publishing Ltd., 2007. 72  
Kelso, Julie-Anne (2006). "O mother where art thou?" : an Irigarayan reading of the Book of Chronicles PhD Thesis, School of History, Philosophy, Religion, and Classics, University of Queensland. 204 25
Kelso, Julie (2010). Origination and the holy mark of the motherless body: Pilate's absent navel in Toni Morrison's Song of Solomon. In Marie Porter and Julie Kelso (Ed.), Mother-texts: Narratives and counter-narratives (pp. 74-96) Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 88 3
Kelso, J. (2006) Politicizing the (in) audible: A short critique of Mark Brett's Genesis (with specific reference to Genesis 34). Crossroads: An interdisciplinary journal for the study of history, philosophy, religion and classics, 1 1: 46-54. 91  
Kelso, Julie (2013). Reading silence: the books of Chronicles and Ezra-Nehemiah, and the relative absence of a feminist interpretive history. In Susanne Scholz, AlanJ. Hauser, Scot McKnight and Jonathan Klawans (Ed.), Feminist Interpretation of the Hebrew Bible in Retrospect: 1. Biblical Books (pp. 268-289) Sheffield, UK: Sheffield Phoenix Press. 65 4
Kelso, J. (2003). Reading the Silence of Women in Genesis. In R Boer and E W Conrad (Ed.), Redirected Travel Alternative Journeys and Places in Biblical Studies 1 ed. (pp. 85-109) London: T & T Clark International. 32  
Kelso, J. (2003). Reading the silence of women in Genesis 34. In Boer, Roland, Conrad and Edgar W. (Ed.), Redirected Travel. Alternative Journeys and Places in Biblical Studies 1 ed. (pp. 85-109) New York: T&T Clark International. 40  
Kelso, J. (2006) Representing mothers. Hecate: an interdisciplinary journal of women's liberation, 32 2: 4-18. 34  
Porter, Marie and Kelso, Julie (2008). Theorising and Representing Maternal 'Realities'. In Marie Porter and Julie Kelso (Ed.), Theorising and Representing Maternal Realities (pp. x-xxiii) Newcastle, England: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 194  
Kelso, J. (2007) The transgression of Maacah in 2 Chronicles 15:16. A simple case of idolatry or the threatening poesis of maternal 'speech'?. The Bible & Critical Theory, 3 3 (October): 36.1-36.18. 55 2
Kelso, Julie (2010) When cherubim touch: The cleaving feminine wing of the dual-gendered cherubim in 2 Chronicles (Divrei Hayammim) 3: 11-12. Poligrafi, 15 57: 63-88. 39  
Kelso, Julie (2013). When cherubin touch. In Lenart Škof and Emily A. Holmes (Ed.), Breathing with Luce Irigaray (pp. 17-35) London, UK: Bloomsbury Academic. 29 2
Kelso, J. (2007) Why should feminists read the bible?. Hecate, 33 2: 4-13. 46