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AMS Board of Trustees Opposes Executive Order on Immigration
Monday January 30th 2017

Providence, RI: The members of the Board of Trustees of the American Mathematical Society wish to express their opposition to the Executive Order signed by President Trump that temporarily suspends immigration benefits to citizens of seven nations.

For many years, mathematical sciences in the USA have profited enormously from unfettered contact with colleagues from all over the world. The United States has been a destination of choice for international students who wish to study mathematics; the US annually hosts hundreds of conferences attracting global participation. Our nation’s position of leadership in mathematics depends critically upon open scientific borders. By threatening these borders, the Executive Order will do irreparable damage to the mathematical enterprise of the United States.

We urge our colleagues to support efforts to maintain the international collegiality, openness, and exchange that strengthens the vitality of the mathematics community, to the benefit of everyone.

We have all signed the online petition of academics opposing the ban. We encourage our colleagues to consider joining us in signing it and in asking the Administration to rescind the Executive Order.

Robert Bryant, President of the AMS
Kenneth Ribet, President-Elect of the AMS
Ruth Charney
Ralph Cohen
Jane Hawkins
Bryna Kra
Robert Lazarsfeld
Zbigniew Nitecki
Joseph Silverman
Karen Vogtmann

Contacts: Mike Breen and Annette Emerson
Public Awareness Officers
American Mathematical Society
201 Charles Street
Providence, RI 02904
Email the Public Awareness Office


Founded in 1888 to further mathematical research and scholarship, today the American Mathematical Society fulfills its mission through programs and services that promote mathematical research and its uses, strengthen mathematical education, and foster awareness and appreciation of mathematics and its connections to other disciplines and to everyday life.

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Feb. 5th, 2017 08:49 am (UTC)
> Он, понимаете ли, уберменш, а суданцы и йеменцы - унтерменши, которым не дано понять топологии с гомологиями.

Я прочёл его комментарий не как высказывание об умственных способностях суданской нации, а как серьёзные сомнения в фактическом (а не потенциальном) существовании суданских топологов и йеменских гомологов в каких-то значительных количествах. Я тоже, признаться, сомневаюсь; откуда бы им там сейчас взяться? В иранских, впрочем, вполне верю.

Как сейчас надо формулировать мысль о том, что в Судане (или, скажем, в Сомали) мало или совсем нет специалистов по топологии, и запрет/незапрет на их въезд, к худу или к добру, не повлияет на развитие математики в США, чтобы не вызвать подобной реакции и не прослыть расистом? Или это в принципе нельзя сделать?

( не то чтобы мне было нужно её где-то формулировать, но я правда не понимаю, как это теперь работает )

За остальной ответ спасибо, так понятнее.



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