Comparing demographics of signatories to public letters on diversity in the mathematical sciences

@article{Topaz2019ComparingDO,
  title={Comparing demographics of signatories to public letters on diversity in the mathematical sciences},
  author={C. Topaz and J. Cart and C. Eaton and A. Shrout and Jude Higdon and Kenan İnce and Brian Katz and D. Lewis and Jessica M. Libertini and C. Smith},
  journal={arXiv: History and Overview},
  year={2019}
}
In its December 2019 edition, the \textit{Notices of the American Mathematical Society} published an essay critical of the use of diversity statements in academic hiring. The publication of this essay prompted many responses, including three public letters circulated within the mathematical sciences community. Each letter was signed by hundreds of people and was published online, also by the American Mathematical Society. We report on a study of the signatories' demographics, which we infer… Expand

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