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All the morning and evening talks from the conference are available on Gerry Mander’s YouTube channel.

Plenary Talks

Situating redistricting as a problem in law, math, and politics | video | slides
Moon Duchin (Tufts) | Monday,  August 7 | 9:15 am

Situating redistricting as a problem in law, math, and politics | video
Steve Ansolabehere (Harvard) | Monday,  August 7 | 10:30 am

Voting rights: Progress and struggles | videoslides
Kristen Clarke (LCCR) | Monday, August 7 | 11:45 am

Race and redistricting: The legal framework | videoslides
Ellen Katz (Michigan) | Tuesday,  August 8 | 9:15 am

The quantitative anatomy of a voting rights case | video | slides
Megan Gall (LCCR) | Tuesday,  August 8 | 10:30 am

Computational social science | video (plus related Vox video) | slides
Wendy Cho (UIUC) | Tuesday,  August 8 | 11:45 am

The law of racial and partisan gerrymandering: A conceptual approach | video | slides
Guy-Uriel Charles (Duke) | Wednesday,  August 9 | 9:15 am

District Builder: Open-source software for collaborative redistricting | video | slides
Robert Cheetham (Azavea) | Wednesday,  August 9 | 10:30 am

Geometry of data: Algorithmic approaches to gerrymandering | video | slides
Justin Solomon (MIT) | Wednesday,  August 9 | 11:45 am

Selected Materials from Parallel Sessions and Training Tracks

Optimal Transport
Justin Solomon (MIT) | Wednesday,  August 9 | 3:00 pm (Math session)

Participatory GIS: Lessons from Redistricting
Michael McDonald (Florida) | Thursday,  August 10 | 3:00 pm (Educator track)