Vietnamese Studies at AAS 2018 Conference in D.C.

PANELS AND PAPERS RELATED TO VIETNAM AT AAS 2018 (MARCH 22-25, 2018)

This list is compiled as of March 18th, 2018 by Manh Dat Nguyen, PhD Candidate in Anthropology at Boston University.


THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 2018

Disaster Temporalities and Subjectivities: Alternative Pasts and Possible Futures [Panel 2]

Thurgood Marshall North, Mezzanine 7:30PM-9:30PM

  • Zoned Liminality and Narratives of Displacement in Northeastern Japan – Isaac Gagne, German Institute for Japanese Studies
  • Translating Histories of Disaster from Japan to Chile – Chika Watanabe, University of Manchester
  • The Ghost of Climates Past: Shifted Baselines of Disaster Mitigation in Vietnam and Bangladesh – Kimberley Thomas, Pennsylvania State University
  • Ecological Precarity and Geological Expertise in the Anthropocene – Mabel Denzin Gergan, Georgetown University

Discussant: Sara Shneiderman, University of British Columbia

Economies of Mobility in Asia, 1896-1971 [Panel 6]

Virginia Suite C, Lobby Level 7:30PM-9:30PM

  • “A Child in a Stranger’s Home”: Domestic Labor, Trafficking, and Child Migration in British Malaya, 1900s-1930s – Sandy Chang, University of Texas at Austin
  • Mapping “Gateways to the World”: Transnational Economic Networks and Spatial Imaginaries in Japan’s Commercial Harbors, 1899-1941 – Jeffrey C. Guarneri, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Mobilizing Ideas and Economy: Taiwanese Agrarian Development in Vietnam and Africa, 1959-1971 – James Lin, University of Washington
  • State Regulation and Management of Elephants on the British India-Siam Borderland 1896-1914

Discussant: Julia Stephens, Rutgers University

Representations and Policies: Race, Gender, and Immigration [Panel 8]

Delaware Suite B, Lobby Level 7:30PM-9:30PM

  • Representing Immigrants: “Asianness,” Gender Ideals, and the Making of Policy in Nineteenth-Century United States – Constance Chen, Loyola Marymount University
  • “Tentacle of the East”: Race, Sex and Imperial Anxiety in Edwardian London – Stephen McDowall, University of Edinburgh
  • Representation Matters: The “Boat People” from Vietnam and Refugee Policy in the Late 1970s – Lisa Tran, California State University, Fullerton
  • Human Rights Diplomacy and Vietnamese American Women’s Struggle for Political Recognition, 1975-1994 – Sam Vong, University of Texas at Austin

Mimetic Entanglements: Rethinking Sociopolitical Dynamics in Upland Southeast Asia [Panel 20]

Truman, Mezzanine Level 7:30PM-9:30PM

Chaired by Oliver Tappe, University of Cologne

  • Frontier Mimesis: Intercultural Encounters and Interactions in Houaphan, Upland Laos – Oliver Tappe, University of Cologne
  • Revolutionary Alternatives, or Dien Bien Phu after the Battle – Christian C. Lentz, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • Mimetic Vision is a Double-Edged Sword: Touby Lyfoung, Vang Pao, and the Lao-Hmong Quest for Equality – Mai Na M. Lee, University of Minnesota
  • Mirroring Power: The Phounoy Headmen as Delegates of the King of Luang Prabang (18th-19th Century) – Vanina Bouté, Centre Asie du Sud-Est (CNRS-EHESS)

Discussant: Hjorleifur Jonsson, Arizona State University

“Saving the Soul of Our Youth:” Religious Education and Ethical Dilemmas in Southeast Asia [Panel 22]

Madison A, Mezzanine Level 7:30PM-9:30PM

  • Christian and Muslim Youth in Indonesia: Learning to Navigate Inter-Religious Boundaries – Erica Larson, Boston University
  • Ethical Alternatives: Islamic Private Education among the Malaysian Middle Class – Sarah Kelman, University of California, Santa Cruz
  • Internalizing Thainess: Education and Moral Development in a Northern Thai Monastery – Michael Chladek, University of Chicago
  • Unburdening the Heart: Urban Youth and Buddhist Emotional Education in Contemporary Vietnam – Dat Nguyen, Boston University

Discussant: Ann Marie Leshkowich, College of the Holy Cross

Statecraft [Panel 23]

Park Tower 8222, Lobby Level 7:30PM-9:30PM

  • Ethnic Indian Community Self-Regulation and Collaboration in Namtu, Shan State, under Japanese Occupation: A Study of the Indian Independence League from Original Records and Correspondence – Jarrod Woodford Brown, Berea College
  • Islamic Reform and Religious Bureaucratization in Malaysia: Mufti as an Agent of Change – Norbani Binti Ismail, Independent Scholar
  • Land Grabbing and Cambodia’s Winning Coalition – Neil Loughlin, SOAS University of London
  • Social Mobility in Contemporary Cambodia: Life Histories of Professionals from Marginalized Socio-Economic Backgrounds – Vicheth Sen, University of British Columbia
  • The Transnational Construction of Vice for State Formation: The Case of Vietnam -Kim Mai Tran, Georgetown University

FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2018

Comrades No More: The Outbreak of the Third Indochina War, Forty Years On [Panel 49]

Wilson C, Mezzanine Level 10:30AM-12:30PM

  • Drawing the Bamboo Curtain: U.S. Relations with Communist Countries during the Carter Era – Khue D. Do, Seoul National University
  • Justifying “Liberation”: The Making of Vietnam’s Cambodian Decade, 1979-1985 – Hoang M. Vu, Cornell University
  • Remember and Forget the Last War: The Discursive Memory of the Sino-Vietnamese War in China – Qingfei Yin, George Washington University

Discussant: Shawn McHale, George Washington University

Airs, Waters, Places and the Peoples Who Use and Abuse All of Them in Southeast Asia [Panel 63]

McKinley, Mezzanine Level 10:30AM-12:30PM

Chaired by C. Michele Thompson, Southern Connecticut State University

  • Sense of Place and Pro-Environmental Behaviour Change of Vietnamese Community in Marine Protected Area – Ngoc Pham, University of Sydney
  • Pocket of Urban Exclusion: Constructing Vulnerability and Well-Being among Scavengers in a Reclamation Area in Manila – Maria Alejandria-Gonzalez, University of Santo Thomas
  • Environmental Sustainability: A Key to Growth and Development in the Context of Climate Change for Cat Ba Island, Cat Hai District, Hai Phong City, Viet Nam – Ha Hoang, Vietnam National University
  • Transboundary Haze as a Human Health Issue in Southeast Asia: ASEAN and Member State Responses – Helena Varkkey, University of Malaya

Discussant: Michitake Aso, University at Albany-State University of New York

Vietnam’s Modern Underworlds [Panel 64]

Wilson B, Mezzanine Level 10:30AM-12:30PM

Chaired by Ken MacLean, Clark University

  • Socialism’s Underworld: Crime and Gold – Ben V. Tran, Vanderbilt University
  • Geography of Vice: Clandestine Prostitution in Tonkin, 1920-1945 – Christina Firpo, California Polytechnic State University
  • Crimes in Tonkinese Coal Mines – Thuy Linh Nguyen, Mount Saint Mary College
  • Narrative Containment of the Same-Sex Underworld in Bùi Anh Tấn’s Works – Quoc Vinh Nguyen, Harvard University

Discussant: Ken MacLean, Clark University

Contested Boundaries of Literary Chinese in East Asia [Panel 88]

Coolidge, Mezzanine Level 12:45PM-2:45PM

Chaired by Brian Steininger, Princeton University

  • Kokan Shiren and the Problem of the Literary in Fourteenth Century Japan – Brian Steininger, Princeton University
  • Turning the Poems into Songs: The Intersection of Literary Chinese and Vernacular Korean in Chosŏn Literature – Christina Han, Wilfrid Laurier University
  • Diplomatic Friendships and the Cosmopolitan Transmission of Poetic Norms in 18th-Century China and Vietnam – John Phan, Columbia University

Discussant: Sixiang Wang, Stanford University

Disasters and the Asian Society: Response of Local Communities to the Impact of Natural and Human-Induced Hazards [Panel 134]

Madison B, Mezzanine Level 3:00PM-5:00PM

Chaired by Maria Luisa DL. Bolinao, University of the Philippines, Diliman

  • Local Challenges, Disasters and Human Security: Local Communities, Governments and Human Security during and after Typhoon Haiyan (Yolanda) – Maria Ela L. Atienza, University of the Philippines, Diliman
  • The Hidden Impacts of the 3/11 Great East Japan Earthquake on School Children: Experiences and Consequences – Melvin A. Jabar, De La Salle University
  • The 2016 Vietnam Marine Life Disaster: The Environmental and Social Shock – Le Hanh Nguyen Nguyen, Doshisha University
  • Continuous Narrative of Pollution: River Meaning and Historical Memory of Resistance for the Penan of Sarawak, Malaysia – Shi Yeu Nga, National Taiwan University

Waiting as Care? The Ethics of Terminal Illness in Asia [Panel 135]

Park Tower 8219, Lobby Level 3:00PM-5:00PM

Chaired by Merav Shohet, Boston University

  • Waiting as Moral Navigation: AIDS and End-of-Life Care in Aceh, Indonesia -Annemarie Samuels, Leiden University
  • Waiting For, Waiting On, and Waiting With: Filial Piety, Good Care, and Family in Non-Family-Based Elder Care Settings in Chengdu, China – Lillian Prueher, University of Washington
  • “Many People Suffer”: The Ethics of Waiting and Sustaining Family Care in Vietnam – Merav Shohet, Boston University
  • (Be)Sieged: Chronic Illness, Waiting, and the Longue Durée in Kashmir – Saiba Varma, University of California, San Diego

Discussant: Sarah Pinto, Tufts University

Speculative Futures of the Southeast Asian City (Part II): Cultural Politics of Economic Change [Panel 144]

Maryland Suite A, Lobby Level 3:00PM-5:00PM

Chaired by Trude Renwick, University of California, Berkeley

  • The Creative District and the River Promenade: Conflict and “Community” Surrounding Two Riverside Projects in Bangkok – Trude Renwick, University of California, Berkeley
  • The Urban Future of the City’s Past: History and Heritage in the Heart of Chiang Mai, Thailand – Taylor Easum, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point
  • Anticipating Automobility: Designing for Congestion in Ho Chi Minh City – Jessica Lockrem, Rice University
  • Net Social-Economic Impact of Urban Development in Vietnam – Alexander McGrath, Cornell University

Discussant: Trude Renwick, University of California, Berkeley

The Politics of Intangible Cultural Heritage in Contemporary Vietnam [Panel 148]

Sponsored by Vietnam Studies Group

Virginia Suite C, Lobby Level 3:00PM-5:00PM

Chaired by Frank Proschan

  • “Space of Gong Culture:” Tourism, Selective Safeguarding Measures and Politics of Heritage in Vietnam – Cam Hoang, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
  • “The Forefather King Is Inscribed by UNESCO”: Reinforcement of the Government Power and Reduction of the Role of Communities – Ly Hong Le, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
  • “Vietnamese Mother Goddess Is Globally Inscribed”: Legitimacy of the Practice Related to the Viet Beliefs in Mother Goddesses of Three Realm after the UNESCO’s Inscription – Hien Thi Nguyen, Vietnam National Institute of Culture and Arts Studies
  • The Dynamics of Power and Contestations in the Implementation of the Safeguarding Measures of Xoan Singing in Phu Tho After Its UNESCO’s Inscription – Cham Thi Phuong Nguyen, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences

Discussant: Oscar Salemink. University of Copenhagen, Denmark; Frank Proschan, Washington

VIETNAM STUDIES GROUP MEETING

FRIDAY, MARCH 23rd, 2018

WASHINGTON ROOM 6, EXHIBIT LEVEL 7:30PM – 9:30PM


SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 2018

Telling Lives in Asian Studies: Auto/Biographical Narrative as Rhetoric, Technique, and Pedagogy [Panel 207]

Park Tower 8219, Lobby Level 8:30AM-10:30AM

Chaired by Margaret B. Bodemer, California Polytechnic State University

  • Experiments with Autobiography: Gandhi, Yogananda, and the 14th Dalai Lama – Chloe Martinez, Claremont McKenna College
  • Postwar Japanese Memoirs about Manchuria: Individual Agency and Myth-Making – Lianying Shan, Gustavus Adolphus College
  • Red Snow over China: Xie Xuehong (1901-1970) and the “Biographical Rivalry” across the Taiwan Strait – Po-Hsi Chen, Yale University
  • A Layered Past: Using Autoethnography to Document and Analyze Family History in the Context of the Vietnam War – Jessica Montez, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Discussant: Margaret B. Bodemer, California Polytechnic State University

Agrarian Persistence and Transformation, Panel 2: Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam [Panel 246]

Washington Room 6, Exhibit Level 10:45AM-12:45PM

  • Rural Smallholders and Temporary Migration in Cambodia – Rosa Yi, Royal University of Phnom Penh
  • Smallholders in Lao PDR: Responding to Pressures and Opportunities – Outhai Soukkhy, Northern Agriculture and Forestry College
  • Smallholder Land Use under Vietnam’s New Rural Development Program – Tuan Anh Nguyen, Vietnam National University of Social Sciences and Humanities

Examining the Impact of the Japanese Empire around the South China Sea [Panel 285]

Thurgood Marshall West, Mezzanine 3:00PM-5:00PM

Chaired by Franck Michelin, Teikyo University

  • The Japanese Invasion of Indochina, 1940-1941: Why the Pacific War Started in Indochina – Franck Michelin, Teikyo University
  • Comparative Indigenous Perspectives on Japanese Empire: Cham in Vietnam & Dayak in Indonesia – William B. Noseworthy, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • The Impact of the Japanese Occupation, 1942-1945: On the Development of Indonesian Cinema – Meita Estiningsih, Independent Scholars of Asia
  • Self-Government and Militarism: Japanese Colonial Legacies in the 1947 Taiwanese Rebellion – Victor Louzon, Columbia University

Huy Đức and His Pioneering History of Post-1975 Vietnam, Bên Thắng Cuộc [The Winning Side] [Panel 298]

Truman, Mezzanine Level 3:00PM-5:00PM

Chaired by Jason A. Picard, Loyola University, Chicago

  • From Victory to Peace in Huy Đức’s the Winning Side – Jason A. Picard, Loyola University, Chicago
  • Vietnam’s Renovation [đổi mới] in the Winning Side – Peter Zinoman, University of California, Berkeley
  • A Democratic Moment? Huy Đức Account of Vietnam’s National Assembly and Legal System during the Demise of the Eastern Bloc (1989-1991) – Alec Holcombe, Ohio University

Varieties of Land Dispossession in Mainland Southeast Asia [Panel 300]

Sponsored by AAS Southeast Asia Council (SEAC)

Tyler, Mezzanine Level 3:00PM-5:00PM

Chaired by Ian G. Baird, University of Wisconsin, Madison

  • Problems in the Plantations: The Challenges and Limitations of Large-Scale Land Concessions in Southern Laos and Northeastern Cambodia – Ian G. Baird, University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • From the Sons of Kingdom to the Residents of Federation: How the French Changed the Landscapes of Mountainous Areas in Central Vietnam (Late 1800s-Early 1900s) – Linh Bui, University of California, Riverside
  • Border Conflicts, Land Leases, and Jap Jong: local Institutions and Varieties of Forest-Land Dispossession in Three Southern Laos Communities – Keith Barney, Australian National University
  • Landscapes of Debt: Microfinance and Land Dispossession in Cambodia – Nathan Green, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Historical Imaginations: Science, Knowledge, and Environment [Panel 301]

Park Tower 8219, Lobby Level 3:00PM-5:00PM

Chaired by Maitrii V. Aung-Thwin, National University of Singapore

  • A Home in the Forests: Refugees from East Pakistan in Postcolonial India – Nabaparna Ghosh, Babson College
  • “Building” Knowledge in the Lower Himalayas: Notes from the Kangra Valley – Siddharth Menon, University of Colorado, Boulder
  • “Guardians of the Forest”: Local Knowledge and Environmental Policy in a Northern Thai National Park – Dung Nguyen Quang, Vietnam National University, Ho Chi Minh City
  • Jagadish Chandra Bose and Science in Twentieth-Century India – Somaditya Banerjee, Austin Peay State University

Dharma Tourists, Diasporas and Buddhist Transnationalism: Spreading the Dharma Under the Global Condition [Panel 325]

Wilson A, Mezzanine Level 5:15PM-7:15PM

Chaired by Rongdao Lai, University of Southern California

  • Itinerant Missionaries: Chinese Tiantai Monks in North America – Rongdao Lai, University of Southern California
  • The Buddha in Bronkhorstspruit: The Transnational Spread of the Taiwanese Buddhist Order Fo Guang Shan to South Africa – Jens Reinke, Leipzig University
  • Spreading the Teachings in Northern Thailand – Brooke Schedneck, Rhodes College
  • Transnational Buddhism in Taiwan: A Comparison of Two Cases of Sri Lankan and Vietnamese Buddhism – Wei-Yi Cheng, Fo Guang University

Discussant: Courtney Bruntz, Doane University

Nation-States, Migration, and Popular Sovereignty: Evidence from the History of Modern Vietnam [Panel 337]

Washington Room 2, Exhibit Level 5:15PM-7:15PM

Chaired by Janet Hoskins, University of Southern California

  • Tập kết: A Look into North Vietnam’s Reactions and Policies towards Southern Regroupees, 1954-1956 – Alex-Thai D. Vo, Cornell University
  • Ultramontanism, Nationalism, and the Fall of Saigon: Historicizing Vietnamese Catholicism in America – Tuan Hoang, Pepperdine University
  • Indochinese Refugees Becoming Asylum Seekers: The Cold War Representation of Forced Migration, 1975-1989 – Phi Van Nguyen, Université de Saint Boniface
  • The Origins of Vietnamese Refugee Nationalism – Phuong Nguyen, California State University, Monterey Bay

Discussant: Janet Hoskins, University of Southern California

Lecturing Orthodoxy from the Periphery: Religious Beliefs and Texts in Early Twentieth Century Vietnam [Panel 338]

Park Tower 8222, Lobby Level 5:15PM-7:15PM

Chaired by Liam C. Kelley, University of Hawai’i at Manoa

  • Printing Cosmopolitism Challenging Orthodoxies: Cao đài Spirit Writing and Publications in 20th-Century Vietnam – Jeremy Jammes, Universiti Brunei Darussalam
  • The Integration of Confucianism, Buddhism and Taoism in Early 20th-Century Vietnam – Tuan Cuong Nguyen, Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences
  • Promoting Orthodoxy through Heterodoxy: Spirit Writing in Vietnam at the Turn of the Twentieth Century – Liam C. Kelley, University of Hawai’i at Manoa

SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 2018

Asian Diasporic Imaginaries: Borders, Boundaries, and Pathways [Panel 362]

Thurgood Marshall North, Mezzanine 8:30AM-10:30AM

Chaired by Sarah LeBaron von Baeyer, Yale University

  • Vietnamese Remittances and the Politics of Materiality – Ivan Small, Central Connecticut State University
  • Routes beyond Roots: Mobility and Diasporic Belonging among Brazilian Dekasegi – Sarah LeBaron von Baeyer, Yale University
  • Diasporic Infrastructure and Bugis Desires for “Moreness” – Andrew M. Carruthers, National University of Singapore
  • Pathways of Migration and Diasporic Imaginings: The Case of the Medan Chinese – Yew-Foong Hui, Hong Kong Shue Yan University

Discussant: Andrew Willford, Cornell University

Challenges to the Sinophere [Panel 365]

Sponsored by Sino-Japanese Studies Group

Virginia Suite C, Lobby Level 8:30AM-10:30AM

  • “Civilized” vs. “Barbarian” in Tokugawa and Meiji-Era Japanese Discourse – Mark Ravina, Emory University
  • Sage Guan Emerges from the Pass: Negotiations of Civilization in the Chosŏn Guan Yu Cult – Joshua Van Lieu, LaGrange College
  • Charting the “Savage Tongue”: Imperial Vietnam as a Southeast Asian Sinosphere – Bradley Camp Davis, Eastern Connecticut State University

Discussant: Annping Chin, Yale University

Beyond Chastity and Subservience: New Configurations of Feminine Virtue in Early Modern East Asia [Panel 366]

Delaware Suite A, Lobby Level 8:30AM-10:30AM

Chaired by Marcia A. Yonemoto, University of Colorado, Boulder

  • (Re)defining Vietnamese Female Piety in the Age of Expansion, 1470-1780 – Nhung T. Tran, University of Toronto
  • Chastity versus Promiscuity: Women, Adultery, and the Law in Early Modern Korea – Jisoo M. Kim, George Washington University
  • Medicine in the Margins: The Knowledgeable Healer as a Feminine Ideal in Early Modern Japan – Evan Young, Dickinson College Good
  • Housekeeping: Advice for Women in a Late Qing Daily-Use Religious Encyclopedia – Katherine L. Alexander, University of Colorado, Boulder

Discussant: Marcia A. Yonemoto, University of Colorado, Boulder

Literary Cinematic Adaptations as Transnational Dialogues in Asia [Panel 375]

Truman, Mezzanine Level 8:30AM-10:30AM

Chaired by Hiroshi Kitamura, College of William & Mary

  • Film Adaptations as Cross-Cultural Communication: The Case Study of Kurosawa Akira’s The Idiot (1951) and Ran (1985) and Their Reception in Vietnam – Le-Na Dao, Vietnam National University
  • Mapping the Transnational Genesis of the Post-War Japanese Cinematic Field: Case Studies of the Productions of Madame White Snake (1956) and Legend of the White Snake (1958) – Seio Nakajima, Waseda University
  • Cultural Politics of Transnational Adaptation in China: The Cases of a Letter from an Unknown Woman and the Banquet – Haomin Gong, Lingnan University
  • The Echoes of No: Akira Kurosawa’s Throne of Blood – Seigo Nakao, Oakland University

Discussant: Hiroshi Kitamura, College of William & Mary

In China’s Own Backyard? Energy and Infrastructural Investments in Southeast Asia from China and Beyond [Panel 404]

Thurgood Marshall West, Mezzanine 10:45AM-12:45PM

Chaired by Alvin A. Camba, Johns Hopkins University

  • Northeast Asian Coal Investments in Southeast Asia – Tai Wei Lim, Singapore University of Social Sciences
  • It Takes Three to Tango: Vietnam’s Infrastructure Development and Economic Relations with China and Japan – Jessica Liao, North Carolina State University & Ngoc Tram Dang, National Sun Yat-Sun University
  • The Sinews of Politics: The State Grid Corporation of China in the Philippines – Alvin A. Camba, Johns Hopkins University
  • A Nationally Representative Survey Experiment on Perceptions toward the Chinese FDI in Myanmar – Ying Yao, Tsinghua University

Discussant: Saori Katada, University of Southern California

Masculinity through the Female Gaze in South and Southeast Asia [Panel 407]

Virginia Suite C, Lobby Level 10:45AM-12:45PM

Chaired by Susmita Roye, Delaware State University

  • The “Feminized” Immigrant Males: Rewriting Masculinities in Selected Fictions of Bharati Mukherjee – Rima Bhattacharya, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur
  • Exhibiting the Other: Representation of Masculinity and Expectations of Manhood through Female Gaze in Contemporary Literature and Media in Pakistan – Shandana Waheed, New York University
  • Headhunting, Slave-Raiding, and Shape-Shifting: Modes of Prowess in an Early Modern Visayan Society – David Gowey, Arizona State University
  • Masculinity in Prose Writings by Contemporary Vietnamese and Japanese Female Writers (in the Cases of Hoang Dieu Do and Amy Yamada) – Van Ho, University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City

Globalization of Chinese: Localizing the Teaching of Chinese Language, Literature, and Media [Panel 414]

Coolidge, Mezzanine Level 10:45AM-12:45PM

Chaired by Minglang Zhou, University of Maryland

  • Teaching Chinese Literature in Vietnam: A Dialogue with Translation Tradition and Mass Media – Thu Hien Nguyen, Vietnam National University
  • Understanding the Cultural Policies of China through CCTV Documentaries: The South Korean Perspective – Ju-Yeon Son, Korea University
  • Chinese Television Advertisements in the American Classroom – Ping Fu, Towson University

Discussant: Minglang Zhou, University of Maryland

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