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Kheli R. Willetts

Kheli R. Willetts

Professor of Practice, African American Studies and Executive Director of Community Folk Art Center
African American Studies

212 Sims Hall

    Research and Teaching Interests

    African American Art 1960's and 70's, Diasporic Art, Artistic Colonialism, Museum Studies (specifically education), Visual Studies, Women Artists

    Selected Publications

    • Editor, Bridges Journal, Syracuse: News and Publications, Syracuse University, 1997
    • With Randall Hearn, Elton Fax: Tribute to a Master (exhibition catalogues), Syracuse: News and Publications, Syracuse University 1993

    Selected Newspaper/Magazine/Citations:

    • The Intercom “Kheli Willetts-Speaker for Black Power on WVSC Campus”. May 26, 2000
    • Syracuse New Times “Branching Out; Art Went to New Places in 1996” Oct. 10, 1996
    • New York Times “Student Curators Have Special Perspective”. Sunday, Jan. 8, 1995. Section 4A p.10
    • Syracuse Magazine “: Students Put African American Culture on Display”. Summer 2007 p.10