Kelso, J. O Mother, Where Art Thou? An Irigarayan Reading of the Book of Chronicles 1st ed. London: Equinox Publishing Ltd., 2007.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.