Motherly: Reimagining the Maternal Body in Feminist Theology and Contemporary Art. London: SCM Press, 2022.   >

Pryor, Rebekah and Stephen Burns, eds. Feminist Theology: Interstices and Fractures. Minneapolis: Fortress Press (forthcoming 2022).


Handasyde, Kerrie, Cathryn McKinney and Rebekah Pryor, eds. Contemporary Feminist Theologies: Power, Authority, Love. Abingdon: Routledge, 2021.    >



“Caring Rituals and Rituals of Care." In Care Ethics and Art, edited by Jacqueline Milner and Gretchen Coombs. Abingdon: Routledge, 2022.    >

“This is My Body: Re-making the maternal image in terms of divine relation and difference.” In Feminist Theology: Interstices and Fractures, edited by Rebekah Pryor and Stephen Burns. Minneapolis: Fortress Press (forthcoming 2022).


“Thinking, dancing: Exploring the gaps between ecstasy and distress.” In Contemporary Feminist Theologies: Power, Authority, Love, edited by Kerrie Handasyde, Cathryn McKinney and Rebekah Pryor. Abingdon: Routledge, 2021.    >


“Performing the Icon and other maternal gestures.” In Topologies of Sexual Difference, edited by Louise Burchill. Albany, NY: SUNY Press (forthcoming).




“Lullaby: Births, deaths and narratives of hope.” Religions 11, no. 3 (2020): 138. doi:10.3390/rel11030138    >



“This is My Body: Re-imagining the Mother and the Sacred in Art and Ordinary Life.” PhD Thesis, The University of Melbourne, 2017.    > 




Holy, Honest Confluences. Melbourne, Australia: Rebekah Pryor, 2019. Exhibition catalogue.    > 

Cathedral.  Melbourne, Australia: Rebekah Pryor, 2015. Exhibition catalogue.    > 


"Holy Mysteries". Australian Catholic Liturgical Art. 2021.   >

"Blue Spring Skies: Yoko Ono's Five Dots (2014) and other prompts for seeing beyond the image". The Cooperative. 2020.     >

“Holy, Honest Confluences and the Value of Multiplicity”. Art/s and Theology Australia. 2019.    >



Pattenden, Rod. “Tears of the Mother”, review of Saltcellars (2018) by Rebekah Pryor, ArtWay, January 26, 2020.    >

Pryor, Rebekah. “Blue Spring Skies: Yoko Ono’s Five Dots (2014) and other prompts for seeing beyond the image”. Art Reflection for The Gallery, The Cooperative, 2020. > 


Pryor, Rebekah. “Holy, Honest Confluences and the Value of Multiplicity”. Art/s and Theology Australia, 2019. >  


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