• Welcome to our research and CEIFO seminars 2020-10-21 Seminar series, autumn 2020.
  • Getting Through Security - Cover New book by Mark Maguire and David A. Westbrook 2020-09-30 Global Foresight researchers Mark Maguire's and David A. Westbrook's new book Getting Through Security: Counterterrorism, Bureacracy and Sense of the Modern, will be soon be out on Routledge.
  • Updated information about teaching during the fall semester 2020-09-18 Beginning Period 3, which starts on November 3, some teaching will be held on campus. Lectures will continue to take place via Zoom.
  • Ulf Hannerz Ulf Hannerz top influential anthropologist 2020-09-01 Ulf Hannerz, emeritus professor of social anthropology at Stockholm University, is number one when Academic Influence lists the most influential anthropologists in the world the last ten years.
  • Welcome to our research and CEIFO seminars 2020-05-20 Seminar series, spring 2020.
  • Photo: Ingmarie Andersson Who believes in conspiracy theories and why? 2020-03-24 Anthropologist Annika Rabo from Stockholm University is being interviewed in the podcast “Expert guide to conspiracy theories” by The Conversation.
  • "In Iran, we try to be hopeful. But we’re stalked by the fear of war" 2020-01-16 Shahram Khosravi, professor in Social Anthropology at Stockholm University has been published in "The Guardian"
  • Logistics brought anthropologists and other social scientists together 2019-11-07 - We haven’t just had a discussion in an abstract space, but in particular places in the world, said Heather Swanson, Associate Professor, Aarhus University.
  • Helena Wulff Why humanistic anthropology matters 2019-11-07 Helena Wulff, professor of Social Anthropology, has written the article “Why Humanistic Anthropology Matters”, which was recently published on the Anthropology News website.
  • Two research positions in the Institute for European Ethnology at Humboldt-Universität in Berlin 2019-09-20 Within the research project "Curating Digital Images: Ethnographic Perspectives on the Affordances of Digital Images in Museum and Heritage Contexts" (part of the priority programme "The Digital Image", funded by the German Research Foundation), two research positions (65% E 13 TV-L HU, possibility of doctorate) are available.
  • Student office closed September 17 2019-09-16
  • SSAG The Vega Symposium: Witnessing Anthropological Journeys, and the Returns 2019-02-15 The 2019 Vega Symposium honours Professor Emily Martin, Professor of Anthropology at New York University, recipient of SSAG’s Medal in Gold 2019, for her profound contributions to anthropological thought and research.
  • New article by Global Foresight researchers David A. Westbrook and Mark Maguire 2018-12-20 Global Foresight researchers David A. Westbrook and Mark Maguire have published a new article entitled "'Those People [May Yet Be] a Kind of Solution' Late Imperial Thoughts on the Humanization of Officialdom" in the Buffalo Law Review
  • Research seminar. Jenny Andersson. What is futures studies? 2018-10-05 Jenny Andersson, member of the Global Foresight research team, researcher at Sciences Po and Co-Director of MaxPo in Paris will present her new book and hold a seminar on What is future studies?
  • Public defence of PhD thesis – Ulrik Jennische 2018-08-16 Ulrik Jennische defends his PhD thesis ”Small-Small: Moral Economy and the Marketspace in Northern Ghana”. Opponent: Dinah Rajak, Reader, University of Sussex.
  • Alumnsdagen 2016. Foto: Niklas Björling Alumni – how to get involved 2018-07-03 There are many ways to collaborate with the Department of Social Anthropology and Stockholm University after finishing your studies.
  • Photo. Orasis Interdisciplinary PhD course – fall 2018 2018-06-26 Transnational Migration: Refugees, Routes, Encounters. An interdisciplinary PhD course at Stockholm University – fall 2018.
  • Arvid Lundberg Public defence of PhD thesis – Arvid Lundberg 2018-05-11 Arvid Lundberg defends his PhD thesis “Openness as Political Culture: The Arab Spring and the Jordanian Protest Movements.” Opponent: Daniele Cantini, research associate, Institute of Asian and Oriental Studies, University of Zurich.
  • Helena Wulff Review of Helena Wulff's book in The Irish Times 2018-04-10 A book review of “Rhythms of Writing: An Anthropology of Irish Literature” by Helena Wulff was recently published in The Irish Times.
  • Roskilde University PhD in Urban Studies with focus on architectural lighting 2018-04-10 Department of People and Technology, Roskilde University, invites applications for a position as PhD in Urban Studies from August 15 or as soon as possible thereafter. The position as PhD is limited to a period of 3 years.
  • Linköping University PhD position in Technology and Social Change advertised at LiU 2018-04-09 Linköping University hereby advertises a position as PhD student in Technology and Social Change formally based at the Department of Thematic Studies.
  • Tania González Public defence of PhD thesis – Tania González-Fernández 2018-04-05 Tania González-Fernández defends her PhD thesis “Feeling Across Distance: Transnational Migration, Emotions, and Family Life Between Bolivia and Spain.” Opponent: Ninna Nyberg Sørensen, Professor, Danish Institute for International Studies.
  • New research network: Critical Border Studies Initiative 2018-01-02 Critical Border Studies Initiative is a forum for interdisciplinary studies on borders. Supported by CEMFOR, Centre for Multidisciplinary Studies on Racism at Uppsala University, the initiative started during the fall 2017.
  • ANTHUSIA PhD positions in project on human security issues in Africa 2018-01-02 16 PhD positions (or Early Researcher Positions) are available within the H2020 ITN-The Anthropology of Human Security in Africa. Application deadline: March 15.
  • Frescati, winter. Photo: Anna-Karin Landin Student office – Christmas & New Year closure 2017-12-22 The student office will be closed during Christmas and New Year and will open again on Monday, January 8 at 13.00.
  • Välkomstdagen 21 januari 2015. Foto: Eva Dalin Start of term checklist 2017-12-19 Welcome to the 2018 spring term at Stockholm University! Read this quick guide to ensure that your studies begin as smoothly as possible. The term starts on January 15.
  • christmas Closed December 23 to January 2 2017-12-14 The Department will be closed from December 23 until January 2 (lifts and doors to the Department will be locked), but you can reach us on phone or email.
  • University of Brighton ESRC PhD studentship in refugee mental health 2017-12-13 University of Brighton invites applications from students working in and across medical anthropology, psychology, migration and refugee studies, public health, critical health studies, and related specialisms for an interdisciplinary ESRC PhD studentship.
  • University of Konstanz 2 PhD positions available at University of Konstanz 2017-12-05 The University of Konstanz invites applications in the field of Social and Cultural Anthropology for 2 PhD positions to be filled as soon as possible.
  • Different office hours for Director of Studies (advanced level) 2017-12-04 During December, Eva-Maria Hardtmann’s regular office hours are cancelled.
  • Asta Vonderau Investigating the allure of the cloud 2017-11-28 The virtual data cloud is often portrayed as something clean and invisible. But in reality it is a heavy industry that has both social and environmental effects. A workshop gathers researchers to discuss what makes the cloud so attractive.
  • Helena Wulff New book: Rhythms of Writing 2017-11-27 Professor Helena Wulff in the Department of Social Anthropology is the author of the new book “Rhythms of Writing. An Anthropology of Irish Literature” published by Bloomsbury.
  • Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology - 5 positions for doctoral students 2017-11-24 The Law & Anthropology Department at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology invites applications for five positions for doctoral students starting on 1 October 2018.
  • Study counsellor – different office hours 2017-11-23 Between November 30 and December 21 the study counsellor’s regular office hours are cancelled.
  • The graduate institute geneva PhD position at The Graduate Institute, Geneva 2017-11-22 The Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies is recruiting a PhD student for the ERC funded project ‘Returning to a Better Place: The (Re)assessment of the ‘Good Life’ in Times of Crisis’.
  • Christina Garsten. Photo: Eva Dalin The political turn of business 2017-11-14 Christina Garsten and Adrienne Sörbom have edited the new anthology “Power, Policy and Profit. Corporate Engagement in Politics and Governance” published by Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • VR Grants awarded to projects on click farms, maritime logistics and big data 2017-11-13 Johan Lindquist, Hege Høyer Leivestad and Darcy Pan in the Department of Social Anthropology have been awarded project grants from the Swedish Research Council.
  • university of brighton Fully funded PhD studentships at the Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories, Brighton 2017-11-10 The Centre for Memory, Narrative and Histories (University of Brighton) invites applications for AHRC/TECHNE fully funded doctoral studentships on topics concerning the cultural significance of the past for lived experience, social relationships, politics and identities in the present and in the future.
  • Bengt G Karlsson Seed money to project on the travel of tea seeds 2017-11-09 Bengt G. Karlsson has received seed funding from The Seed Box to carry out the pilot project “Assam Tea, Kenya: The Travel of Seeds, Clones and Science Between India and Kenya”.
  • After Deportation. Ethnographic Perspectives What happens to migrants and failed asylum seekers after deportation? 2017-10-26 The new anthology “After Deportation. Ethnographic Perspectives”, edited by Shahram Khosravi, provides insight into what happens to migrants and failed asylum seekers post-deportation.
  • Different office hours for Director of Studies (advanced level) 2017-10-26 Between week 45 and 47 Eva-Maria Hardtmann’s regular office hours are cancelled.
  • Study with us autumn 2018 2017-10-20 On October 16 the first admission round for our master’s programs starting in the autumn 2018 opened. The last date to apply is January 15, 2018.
  • Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity in Göttingen Doctoral research fellowships in project on ‘Ageing in a Time of Mobility’ 2017-10-19 A new Max Planck Research Group ‘Ageing in a Time of Mobility’ based at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity in Göttingen is seeking highly-qualified and motivated candidates.
  • Middle East Journal of Refugee Studies Cultivating memories of belonging and conviviality 2017-10-11 In a new article by Annika Rabo – Anthropological Methods and an Analysis of Memory: Migration, Past and Present in Raqqa Province, Syria – the history of mobility and settlement in the province of Raqqa is used as examples to highlight memories of both conflict and conviviality.
  • Why deportation to Afghanistan is wrong 2017-10-05 A new article by Shahram Khosravi has been published on The experience of deported Afghans is an experience of being expelled from Europe and being outcast in Afghanistan, Shahram Khosravi writes.
  • Annika Rabo What makes conspiracy theories appealing? 2017-10-02 Who believes in conspiracy theories? Why are certain things surrounded by speculation and rumours? A new interdisciplinary and international research network aims to discover the origins and mechanisms of conspiracy theories.
  • Nordic Journal of Migration Research North-Europeans in Spain – new special issue of NJMR 2017-09-22 The latest issue of the Nordic Journal of Migration Research is a special issue titled “Liquids and Sediments: Practices of Community in the Context of Migration, Mobility and Transnationalism”. It has been co-edited by Erik Olsson.
  • bokikon New books from members of the Department of Social Anthropology 2017-09-13 Three anthologies edited by member of the Department of Social Anthropology were recently published: “Small Countries. Structures and Sensibilities”; “Geographies of Difference: Explorations in Northeast Indian Studies”; and “Ethnographies of Conferences and Trade Fairs. Shaping Industries, Creating Professionals”.
  • Ulf Hannerz Is history over? Ask Ulf Hannerz 2017-09-12 Alma Gottlieb recently interviewed Ulf Hannerz about his book “Writing Future Worlds. An Anthropologist Explores Global Scenarios” (Springer/Palgrave, 2016).
  • Virtual meeting on meeting 2017-08-23 Renita Thedvall participated together with other researchers in two online meetings convened by to discuss the importance of investigating meetings ethnographically. Read what came out of their conversations.
  • Tekalign Ayalew Struggle for mobility 2017-06-09 A new study by Tekalign Ayalew examines the motivations, organizations and impact of overland migratory journeys from Ethiopia and Eritrea across the Sahara desert and Mediterranean Sea to Sweden.
  • Hege Høyer Leivestad. Foto: Terje Tjærnås Decision International Postdoc spring 2017 2017-06-09 The Swedish Research Council has made its decision on International Postdoc spring 2017. Hege Høyer Leivestad, Department of Social Anthropology, is one of six researchers at Stockholm University who has been awarded the grant.
  • Stockholm University Press New book series: Anthropology & Society 2017-04-27 Anthropology & Society is a new peer-reviewed open access book series published by Stockholm University Press. It was launched at the Swedish Anthropological Association’s conference in April 2017.
  • Studenter i Studenthusets café. Foto: Niklas Björling Map your skills 2017-04-21 On MyCareer, Stockholm University’s jobs and careers portal, you have the opportunity to create a profile and personalise the content of the site according to your skills, competencies and job interests.
  • Thomas Hylland Eriksen Lecture with Thomas Hylland Eriksen 2017-04-04 Professor Thomas Hylland Eriksen will give the lecture “Who to trust: Clashing knowledges from Australian mining to ‘alternative facts’” on Thursday April 20.
  • SSAG This year’s recipients of SSAG scholarships announced 2017-03-21 The Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography, has announced who has been awarded scholarships for 2017. Among the grantees are several researchers at the Department of Social Anthropology.
  • Utropstecken Anthropology rated best in Sweden 2017-03-09 When the “QS world university rankings by subject” were announced for 2017, Anthropology at Stockholm University was listed in the top 100 in the world and also rated best in Sweden.
  • Video game with ambition to depict life under siege 2017-03-07 This War of Mine, a survival-themed strategy game, is based on the siege of Sarajevo. But how realistically does the video game depict life under siege? Ivana Maček responds in an interview on the Youtube channel History Respawned.
  • America Observed: On an Anthropology of the United States America observed – on an international anthropology of the United States 2017-02-27 Helena Wulff and Ulf Hannerz have contributed to the new anthology “America Observed: On an Anthropology of the United States”.
  • “Mexico / US Pacific Ocean Border Fence,” Imperial Beach, San Diego, California. By Tony Webster. CC BY 2.0. A few snapshots of the US borders 2017-02-15 A new text by Shahram Khosravi written in response to the Trump administration’s Executive Order on immigration has just been published.
  • Efuru Efuru@50 – a celebration of Flora Nwapa 2017-02-15 Efuru@50, a celebration of Flora Nwapa, pioneer of African women literature is a new documentary film produced by Paula Uimonen and Yaki Bozi.
  • Precarious Lives: Waiting and Hope in Iran Waiting and hope in Iran 2017-01-31 In the new book “Precarious Lives: Waiting and Hope in Iran” Shahram Khosravi examines the complexities and contradictions of everyday life in Iran.
  • Spatial Justice and Diaspora New anthology on racism and social justice 2017-01-18 Tekalign Ayalew and Siri Schwabe are contributing with chapters on everyday practices of Ethiopian homemaking in Sweden and Palestinian street protest in Chile in the new anthology “Spatial Justice and Diaspora”.
  • Siri Agnete Schwabe Siri Schwabe in Al Jazeera interview on Palestinian diaspora in Chile 2017-01-17 Chile is home to the largest Palestinian communities outside of the Arab world. Last weekend, 14 diaspora delegations from Latin America met in Santiago in an attempt to push for peace in Palestine. Al Jazeera interviewed Siri Schwabe about the Palestinian presence in the Chilean capital.
  • Paula Uimonen at EFURU@50 in Nigeria 2016-12-22 Paula Uimonen recently returned from Nigeria where she conducted fieldwork for her project on African women writers as part of the research programme “World Literatures”.
  • “Writing Future Worlds. An Anthropologist Explores Global Scenarios” New book by Ulf Hannerz on global future scenarios 2016-12-21 “Writing Future Worlds. An Anthropologist Explores Global Scenarios” is the title of a new book by Ulf Hannerz published by Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Siri Agnete Schwabe On memory, politics and being Palestinian in Santiago de Chile 2016-12-15 The world’s largest Palestinian diaspora outside the Arab world is found in Chile. A new PhD thesis in Social Anthropology gives novel perspectives on how a particular diasporic form of being Palestinian is constituted and practiced in the Chilean context.
  • Engaged Anthropology. Views from Scandinavia Anthropological insights applied outside of academia 2016-12-12 Associate Professor Shahram Khosravi has written the chapter “Engaging Anthropology: An Auto-Ethnographic Approach” published in the new anthology “Engaged Anthropology. Views from Scandinavia”.
  • Social media Who will save your social media photo album? 2016-12-12 Never before have we photographed and shared our daily lives as much as today. But how do we collect and preserve our everyday photos? The new research project “Collecting Social Photo” will explore this question.
  • Darcy Pan Uncertainty affects China’s labour NGOs 2016-12-09 A new study in Social Anthropology investigates the dynamics of state control in China with a focus on labour NGOs and Western funding agencies. It shows that a notion of uncertainty permeates the daily work of the NGOs and their relationships with the Chinese state.
  • Strengthening research on Asia at Stockholm University 2016-11-23 Professor Johan Lindquist, Department of Social Anthropology, is from 2016 the new director of the Forum for Asian Studies, a multidisciplinary research forum at Stockholm University.
  • Photo: Andrzej Markiewicz Photo exhibition begins tour of India and Nepal 2016-11-22 Gangtok in the Indian state of Sikkim is the first stop for the mobile photo exhibition “Wayfinding: a photoethnography of indigenous migration”. The exhibit makes two more stops in India before it concludes in Kathmandu.
  • Formas Traces and memories of a land conservation project in Tunisia 2016-11-18 A new project – Time and development in Sidi Bouzid – aims to advance our knowledge of the long-term impacts of development processes. The project is funded by Formas and will be carried out by Professor Annika Rabo, Ulrik Mårtensson och Lazhar Gammoudi.
  • Communicating the unthinkable 2016-11-17 Associate Professor Ivana Maček is the author of the book chapter “Communicating the Unthinkable: A Psychodynamic Perspective” published in the coming anthology “Memory and Genocide. On What Remains and the Possibility of Representation”.
  • Ruben Andersson Mapping an ethnography of global danger 2016-11-16 Visiting Mali’s conflict, UN headquarters and private security firms, a new article by Ruben Andersson charts how western powers are seeking to distance themselves from crisis-hit ‘red zones’ while reconfiguring relations with their inhabitants around perceived threats and risks.
  • USA US presidential elections seen from the horizon of Stockholm 2016-11-08 How does the 2016 election campaign look from Stockholm? Ulf Hannerz discusses this in a new article in Cultural Anthropology’s series “Crisis of Liberalism”.
  • Foto: Niklas Björling Scholarship information 2016-10-24 If you are planning to apply for master’s studies starting in autumn 2017 there are some scholarships available for students from outside of the EU/EEA.
  • Erik Olsson Diaspora – a concept in development 2016-10-19 A new study by Delmi contributes to policy relevant knowledge in the areas of diaspora, transnationalism, migration and development. It is written by Erik Olsson, Professor in International Migration and Ethnic Relations at the Department of Social Anthropology.
  • How can the future be investigated? 2016-10-12 How do central banks fashion the future? That question was one of many that was discussed at the launch of the project Global Foresight: Anticipatory governance and the making of geo-cultural scenarios.
  • How not to write How not to write 2016-09-23 Are you in need of support and guidance in your thesis writing or course work? Three tips can help you.
  • CAMP, Center for Art on Migration Politics, Deportspora: When deportation becomes a way of life 2016-09-23 What is it like to live with the imminent threat of deportation? What happens to deportees, who have been returned to their country of origin? And what makes people migrate again despite the prospect of being deported once more.
  • Riksbankens jubileumsfond Riksbankens Jubileumsfond highlights project launch 2016-09-15 The project “Global foresight: Anticipatory governance and the making of geo-cultural scenarios” had its public launch on August 19. Riksbankens Jubileumsfond wrote about the event on its website.
  • Spåkula Public launch of the research program Global foresight 2016-08-31 Welcome to the public launch of the research program Global foresight: Anticipatory governance and the making of geo-cultural scenarios. Please register before August 10.
  • Bok Anthropologists in the new research program on world literature 2016-05-31 The program, with a six-year grant from the Swedish Foundation for Humanities and Social Sciences, will investigate how literature can advance the critical understanding of cosmopolitanism.
  • Ruben Andersson Tougher border policy has damaging effects 2016-05-27 EU’s harsher efforts to stop migrants and refugees show how migration has increasingly come to be treated as a security and border issue – with very negative consequences. This according to a new report by anthropologist Ruben Andersson.
  • Helena Wulff New book on anthropological writing 2016-04-20 Professor Helena Wulff is the editor of the new book “The Anthropologist as Writer: Genres and Contexts in the Twenty-First Century” published by Berghahn.
  • Didier Fassin Vega symposium - The Public Presence of Anthropology 2016-04-20 The Swedish Society for Anthropology and Geography has awarded Professor Didier Fassin with the SSAG’s Medal in Gold. The symposium will discuss the public relevance and importance of anthropology as well as the complex issues raised by the interactions with publics.
  • Anthropology Now Syria to Sweden – refugee stories 2016-04-19 The latest issue of Anthropology Now features the article “Syria to Sweden: Refugee Stories” written by Rasmus Rodineliussen, first year master’s student at the Department of Social Anthropology.
  • Stockholm University QS Rankings put anthropology at Stockholm University as number one in Sweden 2016-03-22 Stockholm University has Sweden’s top research and education within Anthropology according to the QS World University Rankings by Subject 2016.
  • Anette Nyqvist New book on Sweden’s remade national pension system 2016-03-17 Anette Nyqvist is the author of the new book “Reform and Responsibility in the Remaking of the Swedish National Pension System”, an anthropological study of Sweden’s mandatory national pension system introduced in 1999.
  • Helena Wulff Helena Wulff interviewed on anthropological writing 2016-03-02 Helena Wulff is interviewed by Jenny Lindblad on anthropological writing for Cultural Anthropology’s AnthroPod series focussing on writing routines, writer’s block, genres and differences between writing for an academic and a general audience.
  • PhD course on democracy and public engagement 2016-02-23 PhD students in anthropology and neighbouring disciplines are welcome to participate in the RESA course “Doing Anthropology on Democracy and Public Engagement”. The course takes place in April and May. Deadline for application is March 15.
  • IESBS Award to the International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences 2016-02-11 The International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences (Elsevier) has won the PROSE Award for Excellence in Reference Works. Several members of the Department of Social Anthropology have contributed to its section for anthropology.
  • Assunta Hunter Assunta Hunter on fieldwork in Thailand and working as a practitioner of herbal medicine 2016-02-05 In this episode of AnthroTalking, we talk to Assunta Hunter, PhD in medical anthropology, and long-time herbal medicine practitioner and teacher of herbal medicine. She talks about her fieldwork and describes a new breed of practitioners in Thailand who move freely between ‘traditional’ and ‘modern’ knowledge.
  • Farrah Jarral From savage to self – on the story of anthropology 2016-01-26 A series of programmes on the history of anthropology is currently being broadcast on BBC Radio 4. Each weekday for the next fortnight, a new episode will be aired and available online.
  • Barsebäck nuclear plant A personal take on Barsebäck nuclear plant 2016-01-12 In November last year, PhD students participating in the course Ethnographic Research Methods made a short field trip to the southwest of Sweden to conduct a study of Barsebäck nuclear plant. For her assignment, Jinyi Wang made a short ethnographic film.
  • AnthroTalking logo First day in the field 2015-12-21 AnthroTalking devotes the last episode of the year to the Department of Social Anthropology’s master’s students. Hear them report from the sites of their research projects and listen to their initial struggles and problems, but also successes and moments of first insights.
  • Paolo Favero interviewed about visual methods 2015-12-21 In the latest episode of the Cultural Anthropology podcast Nora Schröter and Jenny Lindblad talk with Paolo Favero about applying visual methods in the field. At the time of the interview, Nora and Jenny were master’s students at the Department of Social Anthropology.
  • Refugee Studies Centre workshop Video available from RSC Workshop: Refuge from Syria 2015-12-15 On December 9, the Refugee Studies Centre at the University of Oxford organised the one-day workshop “Refuge from Syria”. Professor Annika Rabo was there to present her research on formal and informal education in Syria, 1980-2010.
  • Photo: Ivana Maček. Published in Sarajevo Under Siege: Anthropology in Wartime by Ivana Maček (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2009). “Dangerous Zone” (opasna zona) – When violence becomes everyday reality. A scene from the central Sarajevo, September 1994”. 20 years after Dayton peace deal 2015-12-14 Today, on December 14, is it exactly twenty years since agreement was reached in Dayton to end the conflict in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Ivana Maček conducted a project in Sarajevo during the war and is now studying war experiences among Bosnians in Sweden.

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