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Religious Borderlands and Transnational Networks: The North American Mennonite Underground Press in the 1960s
(University Press of Florida, 2015)
From faith to food: using oral history to study corporate mythology in Canadian manufacturing firms
(Oral History Society (https://www.ohs.org.uk/), 2014)
The study of corporate mythology, particularly through oral history, has received increasing attention from business historians. The role of corporate mythology is examined at two Canadian manufacturing companies: Loewen ...
“It’s a hard thing to talk about”: ‘Fringe’ Mennonite Religious Beliefs and Experiences
(Journal of Mennonite Studies, 2016)
The Narrative Turn, Corporate Storytelling, and Oral History: Canada's Petroleum Oral History Project and Truth and Reconciliation Commission Call to Action No. 92
(Cambridge University Press, 2019-02-12)
As business historians embrace the narrative turn, they would do well to consider the opportunities provided by oral history. For-profit corporate storytellers offer one approach. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission ...