Event Title

Reading: Dr. Rafael Campo

Presenter Information

Rafael Campo

Location

Chester Fritz Auditorium

Start Date

29-3-2003 8:00 PM

End Date

29-3-2003 9:00 PM

Description

Audio/visual recording of Dr. Rafael Campo reading at the 34th Annual UND Writers Conference: Art & Science on March 29, 2003, introduced by Katie Rau. From Landscape with Human Figure(2002), he reads “Questions for the Weather,” “Outside Fayetteville,” and “What I Would Give;” from The Other Man Was Me: A Voyage to the New World (1994), he reads “Aida,” and “The Distant Moon;” from What the Body Told (1996), winner of a Lambda Literary Award, he reads “10 Patients and Another;” and from DIVA (1999), a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, he reads “The Changing Face Of Aids: 9. The Failure Of Empathy On Center Street” and “Last Rites.” Dr. Rafael Campo also reads the chapters “The Fairiest College” and “AIDS and the Poetry of Healing” from his memoir The Desire to Heal: A Doctor's Education in Empathy, Identity, and Poetry (1997), which received a Lambda Literary Award for Memoir.

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Mar 29th, 8:00 PM Mar 29th, 9:00 PM

Reading: Dr. Rafael Campo

Chester Fritz Auditorium

Audio/visual recording of Dr. Rafael Campo reading at the 34th Annual UND Writers Conference: Art & Science on March 29, 2003, introduced by Katie Rau. From Landscape with Human Figure(2002), he reads “Questions for the Weather,” “Outside Fayetteville,” and “What I Would Give;” from The Other Man Was Me: A Voyage to the New World (1994), he reads “Aida,” and “The Distant Moon;” from What the Body Told (1996), winner of a Lambda Literary Award, he reads “10 Patients and Another;” and from DIVA (1999), a finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award, he reads “The Changing Face Of Aids: 9. The Failure Of Empathy On Center Street” and “Last Rites.” Dr. Rafael Campo also reads the chapters “The Fairiest College” and “AIDS and the Poetry of Healing” from his memoir The Desire to Heal: A Doctor's Education in Empathy, Identity, and Poetry (1997), which received a Lambda Literary Award for Memoir.