September 15, 2016
Wake Forest’s Humanities Institute is sponsoring a symposium called “Story, Health, and Healing: A Symposium on Narrative in Medicine.” It will be held Oct. 1 in Benson University Center.
The opening keynote address, “Cultural Competence: Poetry and the Importance of Voice in Diverse Illness Experience,” will be given by Rafael Campo, renowned American poet, doctor and author from Medical School. The closing keynote, “Art and Soul,” will be given by Linda Friedlaender, pioneer of “The Observational Skills Workshop” and senior curator of education of the British Art Center at Yale University.
A description of the event, the full schedule, and descriptions of the break-out sessions can be found here: http://humanitiesinstitute.wfu.edu/shhsym