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|Title: ||Recording of interview with Bob Buford|
|Authors: ||Buford, Bob|
|Keywords: ||Nouwen, Henri J.M., 1932-1996 -- Contradiction|
|Issue Date: ||2004|
|Series/Report no.: ||Henri Nouwen Oral History Project fonds - Interviews - Interview with Bob Buford - 2.2.23.|
|Abstract: ||Item consists of one audio cassette (SR2005 09 23 12) of an interview with Bob Buford conducted by Joe Vorsterman at the Leadership Network Offices (Dallas, TX) on November 30, 2004. Buford recounts experiences with Nouwen at the Foundation Conference (Toronto, ON) and The Gathering (Mexico) and through his subsequent work 'Mornings with Henri Nouwen'. Themes present in Buford's interview include 'Half Time', 'Finishing Well', Thomas Merton, Peter Drucker, Nouwen's contradictions and Nouwen as tortured.|
|Description: ||Buford lives in Dallas, TX and is a cable-TV pioneer, social entrepreneur, author, and venture philanthropist. He co-founded Leadership Network in 1984, became founding chairman in 1988 of what was initially called The Peter F. Drucker Foundation for Nonprofit Management, and popularized the concept of Halftime through several books he authored. Buford was introduced to Nouwen through Malcolm Street of Elderly Care Inc (Fortworth, TX).|
1 audio cassette (ca. 1 hr. 9 mins.)
The interview is transcribed and is available electronically or in hard copy. ; Title based on contents of the item. ; Reference copies of the audio cassettes are available (located with original). ; Located in audio cassettes box 10. ; Digitized January 27, 2011.
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|Rights: ||This material is available for research purposes only. For publication or distribution enquiries please contact the Special Collections and Archives, the University of St. Michael's College http://www.utoronto.ca/stmikes/kelly/special_collections/index.html.|
|Appears in Collections:||Henri Nouwen Oral History Project fonds – Interviews|
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