Over at the Faculty Lounge, the estimable Michelle Meyer argues that it’s possibly inconsistent to take account of race, gender, and sexual orientation in symposia invitations but not to do so when selecting articles in law reviews. Her post is thoughtful and well-written, though I believe it rests on a false premise. Go over there and read it and then come back to find out which one.
Michelle largely responds to an anonymous commentator, who wrote:
“I know you don’t direct this question to me but to Dave, but let me chime in. I see them as analytically different. I think diversity is very important in symposia, and I agree that editors should seek a wide group of people taking of demographic facts there. The [...]
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