Rita Liberti, PhD

Professor

Department of Kinesiology

E-mail:
rita.liberti@csueastbay.edu
Phone:
(510) 885-3050
Office:
PE 113
Vitae:
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Research Interests: Human bodies (whether in motion or not) do not exist in a cultural or historical vacuum. My passion and research interests include interrogating how/why movement experiences are shaped by, as well shape, specific historical and cultural movements. Specific research interests include 20th Century African American women's sport/physical activity history

Education

  • BS Health and Physical Education; Edinboro University of Pennsylvania
  • M.Ed Athletic Administration; Slippery Rock University of Pennsylvania
  • PhD Sport Studies; University of Iowa

Courses

Summer Quarter 2014
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Publications

Articles & Book Chapters

Liberti, R. (2008). “Wilma Rudolph.” In M. Whitaker (Ed.), African American Icons of Sport. (Greenwood Press), 231-242.

Craig, M. & Liberti, R. (2007) “Cause that’s way girls do’: The making of a feminized gym.” Gender and Society, 21(5), 676-699.

Liberti, R. (2007). Beyond entertainment value: Exploring the intersectionality of race, gender, physicality, and  sport.  In J. L. Figueroa, B. Baker, & B. Mosupyoe (Eds.), Introduction  to ethnic studies (2nd ed.).  Dubuque, Iowa:  Kendall-Hunt Publishing Company, 435-444.

Liberti, R. (2004) Fostering Community Consciousness: The Role of Women’s Basketball at Black Colleges And Universities, 1900-1950. In Charles K. Ross, ed., Race and Sport: The Struggle for Equality on and off the Field (Oxford, MS: The University of Mississippi Press), 40-58.

Liberti, R., Swantek, D., Kunz, M., & Sullivan, S. (2004)  ‘Forbidden Narratives’: Exploring the Use of Critical Autobiography in a Graduate Sport Sociology Course. Quest, 56(2), 190-207.

Liberti, R. (2002) Trailblazing in Marin: Women’s Dipsea Hikes, 1918-1922. California History, 81(1), 54-65, 84-85.

Liberti, R. (2001-2002) Women’s Sport History and Black Feminist Theory. Womanist Theory and Research (Special Double Issue), 3&4 (2&1), 45-50.

Liberti, R. (2000) Exploring the Place and Significance of Physical Education at Black Colleges and Universities During the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries. Western College Physical Education Monograph Series.

Liberti, R. (1999) “We Were Ladies, We Just Played Like Boys”: African American Womanhood and Competitive Basketball at Bennett College, 1928-1942. Journal of Sport History, 26(3), 567-584.

Article reprints

(3rd reprint)Liberti, R. (2006) “We Were Ladies, We Just Played Like Boys”: African American Womanhood and Competitive Basketball at Bennett College, 1928-1942, in Sharon Guthrie, et al., Women, Sport & Physical Activity: Challenges and Triumphs (Dubuque: Kendall/Hunt), 47-61.

(2nd reprint) Liberti, R. (2004) “We Were Ladies, We Just Played Like Boys”: African American Womanhood and Competitive Basketball at Bennett College, 1928-1942, in David Wiggins and Patrick Miller, eds., Sport and the Color Line: Black Athletes and Race Relations in Twentieth-Century America (New York: Routledge), 83-99.

(1st reprint) Liberti, R. (2002) “We Were Ladies, We Just Played Like Boys”: African American Womanhood and Competitive Basketball at Bennett College, 1928-1942, in Patrick Miller, ed., The Sporting World of the Modern South (Champaign-Urbana: University of Illinois Press), 153-174.

OTHER PUBLICATIONS:

Liberti, R. (March 2007). Billie Jean King. The View, CSUEB.

Liberti, R. (2006). Sport in film: Cultural Perspectives. In C. Richard King & David J. Leonard (Eds.), Visual economies of/in motion: Sport and Film. (New York: Peter Lang), 247-252.

Liberti, R. (October 28, 2005). “Letters to the Editor: Lesbians in sports.” San Francisco Chronicle, p. B8.

Dictionary/Encyclopedia Entries

Ferri, B.A., Ben-Moshe, L., Liberti, R. (2009). Murderball. S. Burch (Ed.). Encyclopedia of American Disability History. (New York: Facts on File), 635-636.

Liberti, R. (2008) “Ruth Glover Mullen” in Henry Louis Gates Jr., & Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, eds., African American National Biography. (Cambridge: Oxford University Press), 524-526.

Liberti, R. (2004) “Cheryl Miller” in Henry Louis Gates, Jr., & Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham, eds., African American Lives. (Cambridge: Oxford University Press), 592-594.

Liberti, R. (2004) “Cheri Becerra, SuAnne Big Crow, Patty Catalano, Angela Chalmers, & Angelita Rosal,” in C. Richard King, ed., Native Americans in Sport. (New York: M.E. Sharpe Publishers), 39-40; 49-50; 74-75; 75-76; & 262.

Liberti, R. (2004) “Stephanie Hightower, Lisa Leslie, Pamela McGee, Louise Stokes,  Gwen Torrence, Ora Washington, and John Woodruff,” in David Wiggins, ed., African Americans in Sports (New York: M.E. Sharpe Publishers), 146-147; 207-208; 231-232; 348; 370-371; 391; & 416.

Liberti, R. (2004) “Margaret Wade,” in Susan Ware, ed., Notable American Women (Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press), 655-657.

Book Reviews

Liberti, R (under review). The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team: An American Success Story, by Clemente A. Lisi. Journal of Sport History.

Liberti, R. (2008). Senda Berenson: The Unlikely Founder of Women’s Basketball, by Ralph Melnick. Journal of Sport History, 35(1), pp. 179-181.

Liberti, R. (2007). Women in Sports in the United States: A Documentary Reader, by Susan K. Cahn and Jean O’Reilly (eds.). Journal of Sport History, 34(3), pp. 512-513.

Liberti, R. (2007). Out of the Shadows: A Biographical History of African American Athletes, by David Wiggins (ed.), Sociology of Sport Journal, 24(4), pp. 498-499.

Liberti, R. (2004). Fun and Games in Twentieth Century America: A Historical Guide to Leisure, by Ralph Giordano. Journal of Sport History, 31(1), pp. 103-104.

Liberti, R. (2002). Higher Goals: Women’s Ice Hockey and the Politics of Gender, by Nancy Theberge. Journal of Sport History, 29(1), pp. 158-159.

Liberti, R. (2001). The Man in the Dugout: Baseball’s Top Managers & How They Got That Way, expanded edition, by Leonard Koppett. Journal of Sport History, 28(1), pp.157-158.

Liberti, R. (2001) Women’s Fastpitch Softball – The Path to the Gold: An Historical Look at  Women’s Fastpitch in the United States, by Mary L. Littlewood.  Journal of Sport History, 28(1), pp. 160-161.

Liberti, R. (2000) The Origins of the Jump Shot: Eight Men Who Shook the World of Basketball, by John Christgau.  Journal of Sport History, 27(1), 172-173.

Published Conference Proceedings

Smith, M. & Liberti, R. (2009). “Wilma Rudolph as Cold War Icon?: Re-reading Female Athletic Success in the 1950s and 1960s.” Proceedings of the North American Society for Sport History Conference, pp. 15-16. Asheville, NC.

 Liberti, R. (2008). “Welcome Wilma Day: Remembering and Forgetting Clarksville’s Racial Past.” Proceedings of the North American Society for Sport History Conference, pp. 140-141. Lake Placid, NY.

Liberti, R. (2007). Writing at the Margins: Baltimore Afro-American Female Sport Columnists, 1928-1933. Proceedings of the North American Society for Sport History Conference, pp. 84-85. Lubbock, Texas.

Liberti, R. (2003). African American Women in Sport: A Few Reflections on Research, In Sport as a Vehicle For Social Transformation: Conference Proceedings, San Francisco State University (S.G. Zieff & M.J. Veri, eds.), pp. 19-25. Identity Press: Fountain Valley, CA.

Liberti, R. (2001). Amazons on the Trail: Women and the Dipsea Hikes, 1918-1922. Proceedings of the North American Society for Sport History Conference, pp. 112-113.London, Ontario, Canada.

Liberti, R. (1999). “Mere Feminines”: An Examination of the Five Versus Six-Player Rule Debate in the Black Press During the 1920s and 1930s.  Proceedings of the North American Society for Sport History Conference, pp. 81-82.  Pennsylvania State University, State Park, PA.

Liberti, R. (1998). The Decline of Women’s Basketball Competition at Historically Black Colleges and Universities in North Carolina, 1940-1945.  Proceedings of the North American Society for Sport History Conference, 36-37. University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

Liberti, R. (1997). “We Were Ladies, We Just Played Like Boys”: African American Women and Competitive Basketball at Bennett College, 1929-1942.  Proceedings of the North American Society for Sport History Conference, 91-92.  Springfield College, Springfield, MA.

Presentations

Liberti, R. (May 2011). “Wilma: Biopics, Nostalgia, and Family in the 1970s.” North American Society

for Sport History Conference. Austin, Texas.

Liberti, R., and Veri, M. (November 2010). “Tailgate Warriors”: Men, Masculinity, Food, and Football.

North American Society for Sport Sociology Conference. San Diego, CA.

Liberti, R. and Smith M. (October 2010). “Running with a Story: Wilma Rudolph as Cold War Icon in

the U.S. Press.” American Academy in Rome Conference. Rome, Italy.

Liberti, R. and Smith, M. (May 2010). “ ‘She isn’t colored, she is gold’: Wilma Rudolph and the Politics

Of Racialized Beauty.” North American Society for Sport History Conference. Orlando, Florida.

Liberti, R. and Smith, M. (May 2009). “Wilma Rudolph as Cold War Icon?” North American Society for   

Sport History Conference. Asheville, North Carolina.

Liberti, R. and Smith, M. (November 2008). “Reading Wilma Rudolph: Children’s Literature and Identity

Construction.” North American Society for Sport Sociology. Denver, Colorado.

Smith, M. & Liberti, R. (July 2008). “Remembering Wilma Rudolph: The Role of Material Culture in the

Public Consumption of Sport History.” International Society for the History of Physical Education and Sport Conference. Tartu, Estonia.

Liberti, R. (May 2008). “Welcome Wilma Day: Remembering and Forgetting Clarksville’s Racial Past.”

North American Society for Sport History Conference. Lake Placid, New York.

Liberti, R. (November 2007). “Last Train to Clarksville”: Interrogating Representations of Wilma

Rudolph. Western Society for the Physical Education of College Women. Pacific Grove, California.

Liberti, R. (May 2007). “Writing at the Margins: Baltimore Afro-American Female Sport Columnists, 1928-1933.” North American Society for Sport History Conference. Lubbock, Texas.

Liberti, R. (March 2007). “Author Meets Critics: Shari Dworkin & Leslie Heywood: Built to Win: The Female Athlete as Cultural Icon.” The Pacific Sociological Association Conference, Oakland, California.

Chase, L., Liberti, R., Lucas, S., Smith, M., & Wrynn, A. (November 2006). “Oral History as a   

Collective, Participatory Process.” Western Society for the Physical Education of College Women. Pacific Grove, California.

Liberti, R. (October 2006). “The History of Women’s Athletics at Local Universities and Beyond.” Santa

Clara University, Female Athlete Series. Santa Clara University.

Ferri, B. & Liberti, R. (June 2006). “Real men play Murderball: Masculinity, Disability and Sport.”

National Women’s Studies Association Conference. Oakland, California.

Liberti, R. (December 2005). “As Girls See It”: Baltimore Afro-American Female Sports Columnists

Writing on the Politics of Gender and Race, 1925-1935.” Stanford University “Race and Sport” Fall Lecture Series, African and African American Studies Program. Palo Alto, California.

Liberti, R. (November 2005). “Too many ‘birls’ and too little sex appeal”: Media Constructions of the International Women’s Professional Softball Association, 1976-1979.”  Western Society for Physical Education of College Women. Pacific Grove, California.

Craig, M. & Liberti, R. (August 2005).  “ ‘Cause that’s what girls do’: The Making of a Women’s Gym.”

American Sociological Association Conference.  Philadelphia, PA.

Liberti, R. & Craig, M. (November 2004). “Learning to Lose (Curves): Examining Discourses on Women’s Fitness.”  North American Society for Sport Sociology Conference. Tucson, AZ.

Liberti, R. & St. John, A. (November 2003). “Listening to Oakland: Race, Representation, and the Raider

Riots.” North American Society for Sport Sociology Conference. Montreal, Canada.

Liberti, R., Magdalinski, T., Morrow, D., Findling, J., Dzikus, L. (May 2003). “Teaching Matters: Sport

History and Higher Education.” North American Society for Sport History Conference. Columbus, OH.

Liberti, R. (April 2003) “Women’s Basketball at Historically Black Colleges and Universities

Prior to Integration: A Few Reflections on Research.” San Francisco State University.

Liberti, R. (November 2002) “ ‘Forbidden Narratives’: Critical Autobiography and Sport Sociology.”

Western Society for Physical Education of College Women Conference. Welches, OR.

Liberti, R. (November 2002) “Exploring Sport’s Place in Lower Division Learning Communities.” North

American Society for Sport Sociology Conference. Indianapolis, IN.

Liberti, R. (September 2002) “Fostering Community Consciousness: Women’s Basketball at Black

Colleges and Universities, 1900-1950.” Porter L. Fortune Lecture Series. University of Mississippi, Oxford, MS.

Liberti, R. (April 2002) “The Role of Socialization on Gender Identity and Sport.” Lecture presented to

the Women and Leisure class. California State University, Hayward (Contra Costa Campus).

Liberti, R. (April 2002) “Sport History: Theory and Methods.” Lecture presented to the graduate         

student research seminar in Kinesiology, Sonoma State Univerity, Rohnert Park, CA.

Liberti, R. (April 2002) “Surviving Turf Wars: Sport/PE History and General Education.” American

Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Convention. San Diego, CA.

Liberti, R. & Smith, M. (November 2001) “A History of Western Society.” Western Society for

Physical Education of College Women. Pacific Grove, CA.

Liberti, R. & Sue. V. (October 2001) “An Analysis and History of the Sports Illustrated

Swimsuit Issue.” CNTV Television Program. California State University, Hayward. Hayward, CA.

Liberti, R. (June 2001) “Performance Enhancing Drug Use in Sport: A Few Historical and

Philosophical Considerations.” St. Mary’s College Summer Colloquium for Graduate Students. Moraga, CA.

Liberti, R. (May 2001) “ ‘Amazons on the Trail’: Women and the Dipsea Hikes, 1918-1922.” North American Society for Sport History Conference. London, Ontario, Canada.

Liberti, R. (April 2001) “Social Definitions of Sex and Gender.” Gender in the Arts, Literature, And Society Freshmen Cluster Program, CSU Hayward, Hayward, CA.

Liberti, R. (November 2000) “Why Sport History Matters.” Western Society for Physical Education of College Women. Long Beach, CA.

Liberti, R. (October 2000) “Exploring the Place and Significance of Physical Education at Black

Colleges and Universities During the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries.” Western College Physical Education Society, Reno, NV.

Liberti, R. (April 2000) “ ‘Finer Womanhood’ and the Place of Competitive Basketball for Women At Historically Black Colleges and Universities, 1900-1950.”  Black Feminist Theorizing Across the Disciplines: A Distinguished Lecture Series, Texas Woman’s University, Denton, TX.

Liberti, R. (March 2000) “Sport History: Research Considerations for Those in Kinesiology.” Lecture presented to graduate student research seminar in Kinesiology, Sonoma State University, Rohnert Park, CA.

Liberti, R. (March 2000) “African American Women’s College Basketball History.” CNTV Television Program, California State University, Hayward. Hayward, CA.

Liberti, R. (November 1999) “Toward a Better Understanding of Sport History.” Research Presentation, Office of Faculty Development, California State University, Hayward, Hayward, CA.

Liberti, R. (November 1999) “ ‘Prepar[ing] for Wholesome and Efficient Womanhood’: The Growth Of Intercollegiate Basketball for Women at Black Colleges in the Southern United States During the Early Twentieth Century.” Western Society for Physical Education of College Women Conference. Pacific Grove, CA.

Liberti, R. (October 1999) “Gender Play: Examining Competing Discourses on African American

Women and Athletic Participation, 1915-1945.” Second Biennial Feminism(s) And Rhetoric(s) Conference. Minneapolis, MN.

Liberti, R. (May 1999) “‘Mere Feminines’: An Examination of the Five Versus Six-Player Rule Debate in the Black Press During the 1920s and 1930s.” North American Society for Sport History Conference.  State College, PA.

Liberti, R.  (April 1999) “‘We Just Loved Our Basketball’: Exploring the Significance of African American Women’s College Sport in the South, 1918-1945.” American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Convention. Boston, MA.

Liberti, R.  (May 1998) “The Decline of Women’s Basketball Competition at Historically Black Colleges and Universities in North Carolina, 1940-1945.” North American Society for Sport History Conference. Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

Liberti, R. (April 1998) “‘North State Wonder Team’: Shaw University Women’s Basketball, 1925-1945.” (Poster Session) American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Convention. Reno, NV.

Liberti, R. (May 1997) “‘We Were Ladies, We Just Played Like Boys’: African American Women and Competitive Basketball at Bennett College, 1928-1942.” North American Society for Sport History Conference.  Springfield, MA.

Liberti, R. (June 1996) “‘Their Rightful Place in the Athletic World’: Women’s Basketball Among Historically Black Colleges and Universities in North Carolina, 1925-1944.” Sport in the South Symposium, North Carolina Museum of History.  Raleigh, NC.

Liberti, R.  & Haravon, L. (April 1994) “Power Play: Reconceptualizing the Study of Sport History from a Critical Perspective.”  American Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance Convention.  Denver, CO.

Liberti, R. (April 1993) “Pushing Back the Boundaries of Womanhood: African American Women in Sport During the 1920s and 1930s.” Department of Physical Education and Sport Studies Graduate Forum. Iowa City, IA.

Grant Awards

Liberti, R. and Smith, M. (November 2009). WSPECW Professional Development Grant: $1000.00

Liberti, R. and Smith, M. (December 2006). Doherty Fellowship. Amateur Athletic Federation of Los Angeles to conduct research on track and field at historically black colleges and universities during the 1950s and 1960s: $3,500.00.

Liberti, R. and Smith, M. (November 2006). WSPECW Professional Development Grant: $500.00

Liberti, R. (November 2004). Western Society for Physical Education of College Women, Professional Development Grant: $500.00.

Liberti, R. (January 2002). School of Education and Allied Studies, California State University, Hayward – Research Incentive Program. Awarded: $4,000.

Liberti, R. (January 2001). School of Education and Allied Studies, California State University, Hayward – Research Incentive Program. Awarded: $4,000.

Liberti, R. (January 2000). School of Education and Allied Studies, California State University, Hayward – Research Fellows Program.  Awarded: 4 units release time & $200.00.

Liberti, R. (July 2000). Faculty Support Grant - Summer Fellowship, California State University, Hayward.  Awarded: $4,018.00.

Liberti, R. (November 1999). Western Society for Physical Education of College Women, Professional Development Grant. Awarded: $500.00.

Liberti, R. (July 1999) Faculty Support Grant - Summer Fellowship, California State University, Hayward.  Awarded: $3,700.00.

AWARDS/HONORS:

Granted promotion to Professor, CSU East Bay (2009)

Nominated for the Student Club (KPE CLUB) Advisor of the Year (2007).

Elected President of the Western Society for Physical Education of College Women (term, 2006-2007).

Granted tenure and promotion to Associate Professor, CSU East Bay (2004).

Arthur G. Broten. Young Scholars Award.  Western College Physical Education Association (2000).

Professional Development Award. Western Society of Physical Education for College Women (1999).

Laura Tuttle Award/Scholarship, University of Iowa (1997).

Katherine Wells Award/Scholarship, University of Iowa (1995).

M. Gladys Scott Award/Scholarship, University of Iowa (1993).

Service

UNIVERSITY SERVICE:(California State University, East Bay).

CSU System Level:

Participant in the CSU – Kinesiology Chairs Council, 2006-2009.

University Level:

VP, Finance, Review Committee, 2009-2010.

Faculty Senate, 2001-2003; 2008-2010.

Vice Chair, Academic Senate, Summer 2008-Spring 2009.

Executive Committee, Summer 2008-Spring 2009.

Faculty Advisor KPE Club, 2006-present.

UPABC, 2008-2009.

Space Advisory Committee, Spring 2009.

EO 1034 Task Force (student fees), Spring 2009.

KPE/Athletic Task Force, Spring 2008.

Strategic Planning Task Force Committee, Fall 2007.

Chairs’ Advisory Committee (Provost’s Office), 2007.

Athletic Hall of Fame Committee, 2006-2007; 2007-2008.

Faculty Affairs Committee, 2005-2007.

General Education Subcommittee, 1999-present.

Women’s Studies Council, 1998-2003.

Faculty Mentor (Office of Faculty Development), 2004-present.

CEAS Dean Search Committee, 2007.

Campus Climate Committee – Diversity, 2005-2006.

General Education, Learning Outcomes (Humanities) Committee, 2004.

WASC Planning – Campus Outcome Team #2 (Degree Programs), 2003.

Student Health Advisory Committee, 1999-2002.

Institutional Review Board Committee (IRB), 2002-2003.

Faculty Diversity and Equity Committee, 2002-2004.

Faculty Advisor, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender Student Association, 1999 & 2001-2002.

Curriculum and Instruction Committee, 1999-2001.

Search Committee; Assistant Vice President Student Affairs, Summer 2001.

Committee on the Affairs of Students, 1998-2000.

Representative to California State University Conference on assessment for Kinesiology Majors, 1999.

California Faculty Association, Executive Board, 2000-2001.

Sexual Harassment Committee, 1999-2000.

College Level:

Retention, Tenure, Promotion Committee, 2009-2010.

Council of Chairs (COC), 2006-2009.

Chair Advisory Committee (for Educational Leadership), 2008.

Tenure Track Search Committee (for Leisure and Hospitality Management), 2006-2007.

Retention Review (for Educational Leadership), 2004-2005.

Member, Strategic Planning Committee, 2002-2003; Spring 2007-present.

Member, School Council, 2002-2003; 2006-2007.

Chairperson, Leadership, Recruitment, and Development Committee, 1999-2000.

Department Level:

Chair, KPE Department, December 2006-present.

Chair (Acting), KPE Department, September-December 2006.

Tenure track search committee member (Pedagogy position), 2006-2007.

Chair, Post-tenure Review Committee, 2005-2006.

Chairperson, Strategic Planning Committee, 2002-2003, 2007-present.

Tenure track Search Committee (Biomechanics, Sport Psychology), 2002-2003.

By-laws Committee 2000-2002.

Curriculum Committee 1998-2000.

Special Awards Committee 1999-2001.

Facilities Committee, 1999-2000.

Representative to the California Faculty Association 1999-2001.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE:

Co-Chair Conference Program. WSPECW 2009.

Manuscript reader: Research Quarterly For Exercise and Sport, 2009.

Diversity Outreach Working Group, North American Society for Sport History, 2007-2009.

President, Western Society for Physical Education of College Women, 2006-2007.

Book/film review editor, Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 2005-present.

Journal survey editor, Journal of Sport History, 2001-2007.

Chairperson, Site Selection Committee, North American Society for Sport Sociology, 2005.

Book Award Committee, North American Society for Sport Sociology, 2002-2004.

Article Award Committee, North American Society for Sport Sociology, 2002-2004.

Manuscript reader: Women in Sport and Physical Activity Journal, 2001-present.

Manuscript reader and book reviewer:  Journal of Sport History, 1998-present.

Manuscript reader/book reviewer: National Women’s Studies Association Journal, 2001-2007.

Book reviewer. McGraw-Hill Publishers, 2000-present.

Executive Committee Member, Historical Records Division. Western Society for Physical Education of College Women, (WSPECW) 2000-2003.

Executive Committee, Member-at-large. Western Society for Physical Education of College Women, (WSPECW), 2003-present.

Conference Planning Committee, WSPECW, 2000-2004.

Feminist Faculty Union - CSUEB (2005-present).

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