Richard A. Wright

Professor of Geography
Orvil Dryfoos Professor of Public Affairs

Department(s): 
Geography
Latin American, Latino and Caribbean Studies
Education: 
B.Ed. University of Nottingham
M.A. Indiana University
Ph.D. Indiana University

Selected Publications

Richard Wright, Mark Ellis, Steven Holloway, and Sandy Wong11 (2013) “Patterns of Racial Segregation and Diversity in the United States: 1990-2010,” The Professional Geographer . Forthcoming.

Richard Wright, Mark Ellis, Steven Holloway (2013) “Gender and the neighborhood location of mixed-race couples,” Demography . Forthcoming.

Jonathan Chipman90, Richard Wright, Mark Ellis, Steven Holloway (2013) “Mapping the evolution of racially mixed and segregated neighborhoods in Chicago,” Journal of Maps . Forthcoming.

Mark Ellis, Steven Holloway, Richard Wright, and Christopher Fowler87 (2012) “Agents of Change: Mixed-race Households and the Dynamics of Neighborhood Segregation,” Annals of the Association of American Geographers , 102, 3, 549-570.

Richard Wright and Mark Ellis (2013) “Perspectives on Migration Theory – Geography”. Handbook on Migration . Michael White, editor. Forthcoming.

Mark Ellis, Richard Wright, and Matt Townley (2013) “ ‘New Destinations’ and immigrant poverty,” Stephen Raphael and David Card, (eds.) Immigration, Poverty, and Socioeconomic Inequality in the United States . Russell Sage Foundation. Forthcoming.

Steven Holloway, Richard Wright, and Mark Ellis (2012) “Constructing Multiraciality in U.S. Families and Neighborhoods.” Suki Ali, Chamion Caballero, Rosalind Edwards and Miri Song, (eds) International Perspectives on Racial and Ethnic Mixedness and Mixing. Routledge, pp. 73-91.

Works in progress

Principal Investigator, with Jonathan Chipman (Dartmouth College),“An Interactive Web-Based Atlas of Segregation and Diversity.” CompX Faculty Grant, Neukom Institute

Principal Investigator, with Mark Ellis, U. of Washington,“Enclaves, labor markets, and the locational choices of US immigrants in economic boom and bust.” National Science Foundation.