Preface.- Situating Redistricting as a Problem in Law, Math, and Politics.- View from Political Science: Measuring Gerrymandering.- The State of Play in Voting Rights Litigation.- Race and Redistricting: The Legal Framework.- The Quantitative Anatomy of a Voting Rights Case.- Computational Social Science.- District Builder: Open-source Software for Collaborative Redistricting.- Geometry of Data: Algorithmic Approaches to Gerrymandering.- How the Lines Are Actually Drawn and Contested.
Moon Duchin is an Associate Professor of mathematics at Tufts University. Mira Bernstein is the Executive Director of Canada/USA Mathcamp. Megan A. Gall is the Voting Rights Project Social Scientist at the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law. Justin Solomon is an X-Consortium Career Development Assistant Professor at MIT. Ari Nieh is a lecturer in Writing, Rhetoric, and Professional Communication at MIT.