Questions for an Open Cultural Institution: Thinking Together in Provocative Places
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He was a scholar, a teacher and colleague. He was also my friend and mentor.
Here is the longer and more personal version of my contribution:. David Carr was such a friend. David and I shared a love of learning, talking and John Cotton Dana. David was my guide.