Dr Nick Long is an Associate Professor of Anthropology at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Since 2005, he has conducted research in Indonesia on a wide range of topics, including democratisation, therapeutic practice, educational psychology, multicultural urban living, and the cultural politics of religion and religious recognition. The recipient of numerous teaching awards, he recently won the 2019 Stirling Prize for the Best Published Work in Psychological Anthropology for his article “Suggestions of Power: Searching for Efficacy in Indonesia’s Hypnosis Boom”.