Early life and education
Billops graduated in 1960 from Los Angeles State College (California State University, Los Angeles), where she majored in education for physically handicapped children.
Billops collaborated with photographer James Van Der Zee and poet, scholar, and playwright Owen Dodson on the Harlem Book of the Dead, which was published in 1978 with an introduction by Toni Morrison.
- Cullen, Deborah. "Billops, Camille." In Grove Art Online. Oxford Art Online, (accessed February 11, 2012).
- 1992 Interview with Camille Billops by Ameena Meer in BOMB
- Connie Winston, “The Art of Remembering: Camille Billop and James Hatch,” Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art 30 (Spring 2012): 36-43.
- Entry for Camille Billops on the Union List of Artist Names
- Camille Billops at the Internet Movie Database
- The Camille Billops and James V. Hatch Archives at Emory University
- Connie Winston, “The Art of Remembering: Camille Billop and James Hatch,” Nka: Journal of Contemporary African Art 30 (Spring 2012): 40.
- Winston, 43.
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