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If you're anything like me, you're thinking "jeez I haven't heard back/gotten accepted anywhere yet....wth will I do this fall?" In my desire to have some sort of a plan (if only for being able to work towards something and remain sane), I've thought of a thousand other things I'd like to/plan to do if I don't end up going to graduate school. Some are silly (biologist-turned-celebrity-chef) and some are legitimate (gain more research experience and network), but all have the potential to be extremely valid come graduation in a few months. What about you?
I thought it'd be fun to make an "Academic Bucket List" of some of the things I want to achieve in my career in academia (provided I get into a PhD program of course!) Here's mine in no order. 1. Get published in... - the Art Bulletin - Artibus et Historiae - The 16th Century Journal 2. Write at length about theCerasi Chapeland the Contarelli Chapel 3. Research in the Vatican archives (I can dream!) 4. Meet my "academic heroes" (they're scattered across the globe) 5. Attend CAA for 5 consecutive years 6. Present a paper in Italy 7. Advise students of my own 8. See all my book and article ideas through to fruition and get as many as possible published 9. Co-author papers with at least two of my aforementioned "academic heroes" 10. Write a paper in another language What are some things you'd like to do?