The Complex Journey of William Doll, Teacher Educator
1. I am referencing an expression Doll himself often utters in response to some new connection, insight, or idea emerging in conversation.
2. While I did not originally cite sources for this live, orally presented tribute, I have added them here for the reader’s reference. For this purpose, I have used the collection of Doll’s essays (Trueit, 2012), published well after the date of this occasion, and directed the reader, in some cases, also to essays originally written after the time period in which I studied with him as well as after this toast was crafted. Of course, the influence of Doll as my teacher and mentor, and my study of his work, continued after my doctoral studies and has endured up to the present day.
3. This quote is most often attributed to Emerson, though others like Henry David Thoreau and Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr. have also been identified as its author as well. Quote investigator (http://quoteinvestigator.com/2011/01/11/what-lies-within/) locates its first use in an anonymously published book entitled Meditations in Wall Street (1940), New York: William Morrow. I credit Emerson here, with my source for the citation: J. Cameron, with M. Bryan (1992), The Artist’s Way (p. 6). New York: Putnam.←175 | 176→
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