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Date/TimeEvent TitleDetailsVenue
Wed 11 Dec 2019
13:00–16:00
Field Linguistics Workshop: Grammatical Studies Workshops 16: “Writing Better Abstracts for Conference Presentations”
[open]
  • 1. How reviewing process is conducted
  • 2. Let's review abstracts
  • 3. Good abstracts and bad abstracts
  • 4. Final remarks: ideal abstracts
  • Lecturer: Honoré WATANABE (ILCAA)
  • Note: Two or three sample abstracts and review guideline will be sent upon registration. Participants should 'review' them according to the guideline.
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • Pre-registration is required.
    For details, please see here (in Japanese).
Organized by
Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Science3” (LingDy3)
304
Thu 12 Dec 2019
14:00–16:30
Institute-wide Research Program “Establishment of a New Cooperative Research System for Solving Contemporary Problems in Asia and Africa”
[open]
  • 14:00–14:05 Izumi HOSHI (ILCAA Director) “On the Aim of the Program”
  • 14:05-14:35 Daisuke SHINAGAWA (ILCAA) “Morphosyntactic microvariation in Bantu: With a special focus on several features of verbal slots”
  • 14:40-15:05 Yoichi TAKAMATSU (ILCAA) “Establishment and management of “the Ayasofya Library”in the reign of Mahmud I (1730-1754)”
  • 15:05-15:35 Ryoko NISHII (ILCAA) “Life as a House: From encounters in fieldwork to the immanent force of life”
  • 15:50-16:30 General Discussion
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-resistration is needed.
306
Sat 14 Dec 2019
10:00–16:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Archiving Fieldwork Materials of the Ainu Language: an Interdisciplinary Research” The 4th meeting
  • 1. Osami OKUDA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Sapporo Gakuin University) Opening Remarks
  • 2. Kazuhiro OKADA (National Institute of Japanese Literature) “Sharing Materials: Principles and Current Status”
  • 3. Yoshimi YOSHIKAWA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, NINJAL, Graduate School of Chiba University) “For the documentation of Ainu field materials in ILCAA: On sentence-final expression 'hi an'”
  • 4. Mika FUKAZAWA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Preparatory Office for National Ainu Museum) “For the documentation of Ainu field materials in ILCAA: materials from Bihoro dialect (4)”
  • 5. Yasuhiro YAMAKOSHI (ILCAA) “Conference Report: IYIL2019 Perspectives”
  • 6. Osami OKUDA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Sapporo Gakuin University) “Progress, achievement and newly emerging issues of the project”
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Science3 (LingDy3)”
304
Sat 14 Dec 2019
14:00–18:30
– Sun 15 Dec 2019
9:30–13:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Rethinking History of Agriculture and Rural Society in Africa (2): From the Viewpoint of Indigenous Agricultural Revolution” The 2nd meeting
[open]

    14 Dec

  • 1. Yuko YAMANE (International Center for Research and Education in Agriculture, Nagoya University) “Agricultural Technical Support in Post-modern 21th Century; Based on Local Case Studies in Tanzania and Kenya”
  • 2. Koichi IKEGAMI (ILCAA Joint Researcher,Kindai University) “Localization of the Decade of Family Farming of the United Nations”
  • 15 Dec

  • 1. Kaori KOMATSU (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Hokkai Gakuen University) “Domestication and Values on Nature”
  • 2. Yuko SUGIYAMA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Hirosaki University) “Development of Vegetable Production among the agro-pastoral Gogo in central Tanzania”
  • 3. Discussion on Future Publication
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-resistration is needed.
Jointly Sponsored by
ILCAA Joint Research Project "Rethinking the History of Agriculture and Rural Societies in Africa: From the Viewpoint of Indigenous Agricultural Revolution (2)", Grant-in-aid for Scientific Research (B) “Local Innovation History and Small-scale Cash Generating Activities among African Peasants” (Principal Investigator: Yuko SUGIYAMA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Hirosaki University) Project Number: 18H00776)
301
Sun 15 Dec 2019
14:00–17:00
Workshop: The "Arab Spring" Again? Sudan, Lebanon and Iraq
[open]
  • Chair: Takayuki YOKOTA (Meiji University)
  • Speakers:
  • Hidemitsu KUROKI (ILCAA) “Finally the Fundamental Change after 160 Years? Sectarian Regime and Sectarianism in Lebanon”
  • Keiko SAKAI (Chiba University) “Rising Up as a Nation? Iraq's October Revolution and the Youth”
  • Yoshiko KURITA (Chiba University) “People's Revolution in Sudan: Prospects and Meaning of the Upheavals in the Middle East and Africa”
  • Discussants:
  • Hiroki OKAZAKI (Japan Society for the Promotion of Science), Keiko TAKAKI (J. F. Oberlin University)
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-resistration is needed.
  • For details, please check this site.
  • Contact: Center for Relational Studies on Global Crises, Chiba University
  • Email: glblcrss*chiba-u.jp
    (Please replace * with @.)
Jointly Sponsored by
Core Project “Political, Social and Cultural Polarization and its Backgrounds in the Middle East and the Muslim World”(MEIS2), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas“Norms and Identity”(Principal Investigator: Keiko SAKAI(Chiba University) Project Number:16H06549), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research on Innovative Areas“Civilizations and Global Networks”(Principal Investigator: Seiichi IGARASHi (Chiba University) Project Number: 16H06551), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) “Politics and Religions in the Modern Middle East”(Principal Investigator: Takayuki YOKOTA (Meiji University) Project Number: 19H04370)
Room 1076, Liberty Tower, Meiji University-Surugadai Campus (1-1 Kandasurugadai, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo)
Mon 16 Dec 2019
–Sun 22 Dec 2019
9:00–18:00
The 6th Language Documentation Training Workshop in Miyako, Okinawa
  • - Building a good working relationship with consultants and the community
  • - Collection of information on language use and language attitude
  • - Collection of different kinds of language data
  • - Processing and management of linguistic data
  • - Collection of socio-cultural data
  • - Collection of information on community needs and issues
  • - Developing community-centered projects addressing the needs
  • Instructors: Toshihide NAKAYAMA (ILCAA), Tsuyoshi ONO (University of Alberta)
  • Language: Japanese
  • For details, please see here.
Organized by
Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Science3” (LingDy3)
Ikema Island, Miyakojima, Okinawa
Fri 20 Dec 2019
14:00–18:00,
Sat 21 Dec 2019
10:00–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The New Boundary-crossing Approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents (3): Rediscovering the Japanese Tradition of Oriental Studies” The 42nd meeting

    20 Dec

  • 14:00-15:50 Tatsuma MATSUSHIMA (Kyoto University) “Reexamination of strip reconstructions for Strips and Tablets from the Liye Site based on Liye(I)04(First part)”
  • 16:10-18:00 Tatsuma MATSUSHIMA (Kyoto University) “Reexamination of strip reconstructions for Strips and Tablets from the Liye Site based on Liye(I)04(Second part)”
  • 21 Dec

  • 10:00-12:00 Sachiko IIDA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Ryukoku University) “Reexamination of strip reconstructions for Strips and Tablets from the Liye Site based on Liye(I)05”
  • 13:30-15:30 Yuko WASHIO (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Ritsumeikan University) “Reexamination of strip reconstructions for Strips and Tablets from the Liye Site based on Liye(I)06(First part)”
  • 16:00-18:00 Yuko WASHIO (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Ritsumeikan University) “Reexamination of strip reconstructions for Strips and Tablets from the Liye Site based on Liye(I)06(Second part)”
  • Language: Japanese
20 Dec: 301, Kyoto University
21 Dec: 301, Ryukoku University
Sat 21 Dec 2019
13:00–19:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The Origin of Human Sociality: Towards New Perspective on Hominization” The 4th meeting
  • 1. Hitonaru NISHIE (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science) “Chimpanzees never die, they just fade away: Chimpanzee thanatology revisited.”
  • 2. Masakazu TANAKA (ILCAA Joint researcher, Professional Institute of International Fashion) “Is Monkey Funky or Kinky?”
  • Language: Japanese
Jointly Sponsored by
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The Origin of Human Sociality: Towards New Perspective on Hominization”, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) “The Origin and Evolution of Sociality: Developing new theories of human evolution based on collaboration between anthropology and primatology” (Principal Investigator: Kaori KAWAI (ILCAA) Project Number: 19H05591)
304
Sun 22 Dec 2019
13:00–15:30
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S): Methodology study meeting
  • Free discussion on the methodology of Anthropology and Primatology
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S) “The Origin and Evolution of Sociality: Developing new theories of human evolution based on collaboration between anthropology and primatology” (Principal Investigator: Kaori KAWAI (ILCAA) Project Number: 17H02328))
304
Mon 23 Dec 2019
18:30–20:30
Lecture “The Muslim Ban and Beyond: The Trump Administrationʼs Immigration Policies”
[open]
  • Lecture with screening “The Ban”
  • Speaker: Laila Al-Arian
  • Language: English (w/ Japanese translation)
  • Admission: Free
  • No Pre-registration is needed.
  • Contact:
    aa_nihu_kyoten@tufs.ac.jp
Organized by
NIHU Area Studies Project for the Modern Middle East, Middle East and Islamic Studies (MEIS)
Sankei Plaza Otemachi (Map)
Wed 25 Dec 2019
–Thu 26 Dec 2019
10:00–16:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Research on Social Cognition Based on SCOPIC: the Social Cognition Parallax Interview Corpus” The 2nd meeting

    25 Dec

  • 10:00–11:00 Yukinori KIMOTO (ILCAA Joint Researcher, University of Hyogo), Norikazu KOGURA (ILCAA), Keita KURABE (ILCAA) “Reports on the Canberra SCOPIC meeting”
  • 11:00–13:00 All participants “Stance & Engagement and Propositional framing coding”
  • 14:00–15:30 All participants “Stance & Engagement and Propositional framing coding”
  • 15:30–16:00 All participants “Round-table discussion – issues of interest”
  • 26 Dec

  • 10:00–10:15 Brief discussion on the tasks of the day
  • 10:15–12:00 All participants “Stance & Engagement and Propositional framing coding”
  • 13:00–14:30 All participants “Stance & Engagement and Propositional framing coding”
  • 14:30–16:00 All participants “Organizing the data”
  • Language: Japanese
Organized by
Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Sciences 3 (LingDy3)”
306
Fri 27 Dec 2019
13:00–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Exploration into Dynamicity of Grammar (1): Multiplicity and Distributedness in Grammar” The 6th meeting
[open]
  • 1. Toshihide NAKAYAMA (ILCAA) “On the mechanism connecting multiple grammatical subsystems in multiple individuals”
  • 2. Yasuharu DEN (Chiba University) “Interconnection between social regularities in communicative interaction and individual cognitive knowledge”
  • 3. Daiji KIMURA (Kyoto University) “Emergence of communication without a shared code”
  • 4. Open discussion “Individual knowledge and social (shared) knowledge”
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-regisutration is needed.
Organized by
Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Sciences 3 (LingDy3)”
306
Fri 10 Jan 2020
14:00–17:00
Colloquium on the Field Science “Encountering sex in the field, finding the field through sex: A way of dealing with Islam and Gender”
[open]
  • 1. Junko TORIYAMA (Ritsumeikan University) “An irritating problem or an opportunity: encountering one's own sex in the field?”
  • 2. Masaki OKADO (Sophia University) “Puzzling Sexuality: My Fieldwork Experience in Egypt”
  • 3. Kouta OGURI (Tokyo University of Foreign Studies) “Where Two Oceans Meet: Caring Touch in Hong Kong”
  • 4. Saki YAMAMOTO (Ochanomizu University) “Encountering Sex inside the Car: Through Conversations with Taxi Drivers in Algiers”
  • 5. Erika KAGAWA (Kyoto University) “Feeling “Awkward”: Fieldwork in Pakistan”
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-registration is needed.
  • For details, please see here (in Japanese).
  • For inquiries please contact FSC office:
  • fsc_office[at]aa.tufs.ac.jp
    *please change [at]to @
Jointly Sponsored by
Field Science Center (FSC), Grants-in-aid for scientific research (A) “Basic Synthetic Research for the Construction of Islam & Gender Studies”(Project Leader: Eiji NAGASAWA (ILCAA Research Fellow, Prof. Emeritus The University of Tokyo) Project Number: 16H01899), Ritsumeikan University Center for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies (CMEIS)
304
Sat 11 Jan 2020
14:00–18:30
“Family” as a crisis from the view point of the Okinawa region and Okinawa as a crisis from the view point of “family”
[open]
  • 14:00-14:05 Hideo FUKAZAWA (ILCAA) “Opening Remarks”
  • 14:05-14:50 Akiko MURAMATSU (Sagami Women's University) “Family, Prayer, and Restroom”
  • 14:50-15:35 Kenji YAMAUCHI (Meiji University) “Reconstruction of Okinawan's family and War Memories”
  • 15:40-16:25 Masanobu ISHIKAWA (Meiji University) “Depopulation and Family in Amami Oshima”
  • 16:25-17:10 Mari KAGAYA (Niigata University) “Who cares for the elderly?: Families in community based welfare services”
  • 17:15-17:30 Akiko KUNIHIRO (Waseda University) Comment 1
  • 17:30-17:45 Masaya SHIJO (Tokyo Metropolitan University) Comment 2
  • 17:45-18:30 Discussion
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-resistration is needed.
Jointly Sponsored by
Core Project “The Potential Value of Indigenous Knowledge in Managing Hazards in Asia and Africa: The Anthropological Explorations into the Linkage of Micro-Macro Perspectives 2”, Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (A) “New Anthropological Approach to Affective Studies through Fieldwork Focused on Critical Situations” (Principal Investigator: Ryoko NISHII (ILCAA) Project Number: 17H00948)
306
Sat 11 Jan 2020
10:00–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The New Boundary-crossing Approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents (3): Rediscovering the Japanese Tradition of Oriental Studies” The 43rd meeting
  • 10:00–12:00 Arnd Helmut Hafner (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Meiji University) “On the Transcription and Annotation of the Weiyudengzhuang from the Yuelu-Collection (8)”
  • 13:30–15:30 Kyoko MEGURO (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Kyoto University) “Reexamination of strip reconstructions for Strips and Tablets from the Liye Site based on Liye(I)07(First part)” ”
  • 16:00–18:00 Meguro Kyoko (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Kyoto University) “Reexamination of strip reconstructions for Strips and Tablets from the Liye Site based on Liye(I)07(Second part)”
  • Language: Japanese
Jointly Sponsored by
ILCAA Joint Research Project "The new boundary-crossing approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents(3):Rediscovering the Japanese Tradition of Oriental Studies", Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(B) “The Formation of Imperial China seen through Institutional Changes between the Ch'in and the Han as reflected in recently excavated sources” (Principal Researcher: Arnd Helmut Hafner (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Meiji University) Project Number: 16H03487)
301, Ryukoku University
Sat 11 Jan 2020
13:00–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Exploration into Dynamicity of Grammar (1): Multiplicity and Distributedness in Grammar” The 7th meeting
[open]
  • 1. Yasunori TAKAHASHI (ILCAA joint researcher, Kobe University) “How consciousness affect the way language change”
  • 2. Kow KURODA (Kyorin University) “What happens to linguistics if we take understandability (rather than grammaticality) seriously?”
  • 3. Open Discussion “How we can communicate if there is multiplicity in grammar?”
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-regisutration is needed.
Organized by
Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Sciences 3 (LingDy3)”
304
Sat 11 Jan 2020
14:00–18:00,
Sun 12 Jan 2010
13:00–18:00
The 12th Seminar in Ottoman paleography and diplomatics/ILCAA Joint Research Project “Fundamental Study on Ottoman Documents and Archives” The 5th meeting
[open]

    11 Jan

  • 14:00-14:15 Introduction
  • 14:20-16:00 Lecture on Ottoman waqfiyyas (endowment documents)
  • 16:20-18:00 Reading Ottoman waqfiyyas
  • 12 Jan

  • 13:00-14:40 Reading Ottoman documents on waqf system
  • 15:00-16:40 Reading Ottoman registers on waqf system
  • 17:00-18:00 General Discussion
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • Pre-regisutration is required. For details, please see here. (in Japanese)
Jointly Sponsored by
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Fundamental Study on Ottoman Documents and Archives”, Core Project “Political, Social and Cultural Polarization and its Backgrounds in the Middle East and the Muslim World” (MEIS2), Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) “A diachronic and synchronic study on bookkeeping and registers in the Muslim societies” (Principal Investigator: Yoichi TAKAMATSU (ILCAA) Project Number: 17H02398)
303
Tue 14 Jan 2020
–Thu 13 Feb 2020
10:00–17:00
(Closed on Saturdays,
Sundays and holidays)
Mobile Museum “Endangered Languages and Dialects in Japan”
[open]
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-resistration is needed.
Jointly Sponsored by
NIHU-NINJAL Project: Interactive Communication Initiative for Exhibition of Endangered Languages, Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Sciences 3 (LingDy3)”
1F, ILCAA
Fri 17 Jan 2020
14:00–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “The New Boundary-crossing Approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents (3): Rediscovering the Japanese Tradition of Oriental Studies” The 44th meeting
  • 14:00–15:50 Akira MOMIYAMA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Toyobunko) “Reexamination of strip reconstructions for Strips and Tablets from the Liye Site based on Liye(I)08(First part)”
  • 16:10–18:00 Akira MOMIYAMA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Toyobunko) “Reexamination of strip reconstructions for Strips and Tablets from the Liye Site based on Liye(I)08(Second part)”
  • Language: Japanese
Jointly Sponsored by
ILCAA Joint Research Project "The new boundary-crossing approach on Ancient Chinese Slip and Tablet Documents(3): Rediscovering the Japanese Tradition of Oriental Studies", Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B) “The Formation of Imperial China seen through Institutional Changes between the Ch'in and the Han as reflected in recently excavated sources” (Principal Researcher: Arnd Helmut Hafner (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Meiji University) Project Number: 16H03487)
301, Kyoto University
Fri 24 Jan 2020
13:00–17:30
Field Linguistics Workshop: Grammatical Studies Workshops 17: “Language games and phonology (2)”
[open]
  • 13:00–13:10 Keita KURABE (ILCAA) “Introduction”
  • 13:10–14:00 Naonori NAGAYA (The University of Tokyo), Hiroto UCHIHARA (The National Autonomous University of Mexico) “Language games and phonology in Tagalog”
  • 14:10–15:00 Masayuki ISHIZUKA (The University of Tokyo) “Language games and phonology in Basque”
  • 15:10–16:00 Yuko MOROKUMA (Graduate School, The University of Tokyo) “Language games and phonology in Quechua”
  • 16:10–17:00 Yui SUZUKI (Graduate School, The University of Tokyo) “Language games and phonology in Turkish”
  • 17:00–17:30 All members “Discussion”
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • Pre-registration is required. For details, please see here (in Japanese).(217KB)
Organized by
Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Sciences 3 (LingDy3)”
304
Tue 28 Jan 2020
14:00–15:30
Lecture & Workshop “Endangered Languages and Dialects in Japan”
[open]
  • Facilitator: Hayato AOI (ILCAA Research Associate, NINJAL)
  • Speaker: Takayuki KAGOMIYA (NINJAL)
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-regisutration is needed.
Jointly Sponsored by
NIHU-NINJAL Project: Interactive Communication Initiative for Exhibition of Endangered Languages, Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Sciences 3 (LingDy3)”
304
Sat 1 Feb 2020
13:00–18:00
International Workshop: Thinking Resilience and Development from the “Exceptional” Africa
[open]
  • 13:00-13:10 Shinya KONAKA (University of Shizuoka) “Opening Remarks”
  • Keynote Speech *60 minutes presentation and 20 minutes Q&A

  • 13:10-14:30 Emery ROE (Center for Catastrophic Risk Management, University of California Berkeley) “A New Narrative for Pastoralism Today: Rethinking African Pastoralism within a Wider Framework”
  • Presentations *15 minutes presentation and 15 minutes Q&A

  • 14:30-15:00 Shinya KONAKA (University of Shizuoka) “Rethinking Resilience of African Pastoralists in the Gaps”
  • 15:15-15:45 Toru SAGAWA (ILCAA Joint Researcher, Keio University) “Pastoralists Start Fishing: Dynamics of Cultural Value on Non-Pastoral Activity among the Daasanach in East Africa”
  • 15:45-16:15 Xiaogang SUN (Kyoto University) “Pastoralists’ Perspective on Vulnerability and Response to Resilience Enhancing Project”
  • 16:15-16:45 Itsuhiro HAZAMA (Nagasaki University) “Citizenship Practice in the Resilience”
  • 16:45-17:15 Kenya ARAKI (Ritsumeikan University) “Digging out the Hope among Lottery Retailers and Punters: Case study in Lagos, Nigeria.”
  • 17:30-18:00 Plenary Discussion
  • Language: English
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-resistration is needed.
Jointly Sponsored by
Center for Global Studies, Graduate School of International Relations, University of Shizuoka, Core Project “The Potential Value of Indigenous Knowledge in Managing Hazards in Asia and Africa: The Anthropological Explorations into the Linkage of Micro-Macro Perspectives 2”
Keio University, Mita Campus, South building room 2B23 (2nd basement)(2-15-45 Mita, Minato-ku, Tokyo 108-8345 Japan)
Sat 1 Feb 2020
13:00–18:00
ILCAA Joint Research Project “Exploration into Dynamicity of Grammar (1): Multiplicity and Distributedness in Grammar” The 8th meeting
[open]
  • 1. Masato YOSHIKAWA (Keio University) “Homo Regularis: How human obsession on regularities produces the illusion of grammar”
  • 2. Toshihide NAKAYAMA (ILCAA) “How do linguistic regularities emerge?”
  • 3. Open Discussion “Future directions of the study of grammar as a system with internal diversity”
  • Language: Japanese
  • Admission: Free
  • No pre-regisutration is needed.
Organized by
Core Project “Linguistic Dynamics Sciences 3 (LingDy3)”
304
Sat 15 Feb 2020
13:30–17:00
[open]

Sun 16 Feb 2020
8:30–15:00
[Not open to the public]
Workshop “Studies on the Mayan Glyph”/ILCAA Joint Research Project “Construction of Method of Studies on Asian Scripts 1” The 9th meeting 304

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