C.K. Choi Building 325

Faculty-In-Residence, Assistant Professor of Political Science

Matthew Wright studies political psychology, and in particular questions about how both political identities and core values influence peoples’ attitudes about immigrants, immigration policy and diversity more generally.

He studies political psychology, and in particular questions about how both political identities and core values influence peoples’ attitudes about immigrants, immigration policy and diversity more generally. His work has appeared in Comparative Political Studies, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Political Research Quarterly, Election Law Journal, the Journal of European Public Policy, Psychological Science, Political Studies, International Migration Review, Political Psychology, and Perspectives on Politics among others. His book (co-authored with Morris Levy) Immigration and the American Ethos is forthcoming at Cambridge University Press.