Measuring Gerrymandering

I gave a talk at MoMath back in early May, about mathematical efforts to measure gerrymandering, culminating with recent very exciting efforts such as those of the Duke Quantifying Gerrymandering group.

It’s online! Check it out!

Acknowledgement: this talk owes a lot to the conferences organized this past academic year by the Tufts Metric Geometry and Gerrymandering Group, and especially to Mira Bernstein.

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