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I had received several requests for such a post, generally from non-academic partners/spouses trying to figure out how to cope with the stress and uncertainty. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ by JJ Koczan So where’s my piece of paper? If need be, I’ll book an auditorium or a conference room and give a Prezi slideshow to tell them why. —I don’t even know at this point, it’s been so long since an entire league of people I knew didn’t define my existence by my wife’s ambitions. Like any trade that consumes the entirety of your being—see also your proctologists, plumbers, single-cell bacteria, etc.—the academy changes who you are, shifts your perspective, and in my experience, makes you more than a little bit of a weirdo. Helps that she’s smokin’ hot—even now she can wear a professor’s scarf like it’s (ever) going out of style—but more than that, she had this charismatic ability to have a heart-to-heart with someone, a genuinely meaningful conversation to both people involved, in a crowded room surrounded by empty smalltalk.
“Spouse of a doctor of philosophy.” After a decade of charting my wife’s pursuit of degree upon degree, it seems the least “the academy” can do. When I was asked at our engagement party by a distant cousin how we planned on surviving, I actually had an answer. She left that job, of course, in pursuit of her doctorate. I can still recall the day my wife said to me in our small one-bedroom apartment that she was going to take an online class through the local state school; an idea thrown out so casually that I only paid any attention whatsoever in hindsight.
These new technologies are starting to influence almost every area of human activity, and will have major ethical implications.
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