Robert Wright

Robert Wright is the name of:

*Bob Wright (baseball) (1891), early 20th century baseball pitcher
*Bobby Wright (1934), African-American psychologist
*Robert Wright (politician) (1752–1826), early 19th century governor and congressman from Maryland
*Robert Wright, Baron Wright (1869–1964), British law lord
*Robert Wright (Medal of Honor), American Civil War soldier and Medal of Honor recipient
*Robert Wright (writer) (1914–2005), writer of musical theatre
*Robert Wright (journalist), journalist and author of books popularizing evolutionary psychology and game theory
*Robert Wright (historian), Royal Air Force historian and biographer of Hugh Dowding
*Robert Wright (judge), Lord Chief Justice of England from 1687 to 1688
*Robert Alexander Wright, Mayor of Wellington, New Zealand from 1921 to 1925
*Robert Wright, Jr., FBI agent and critic of FBI counterterrorist activities
*Robert Charles Wright, United States television businessman and former president, CEO, and chairman of NBC
*Robert G. Wright, Canadian Ambassador
*Robert Wright (bishop), Bishop of Bristol 1623-1632 and Bishop of Lichfield 1632-1643
*J. Robert Wright (b. 1936), theologian and author
*Robert P. Wright (marine mammal trainer) Open ocean marine mammal trainer for the U.S. Navy.


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  • Robert Wright — (* 20. November 1752 im Queen Anne s County, Maryland; †  7. September 1826 ebenda) war ein US amerikanischer Politiker, der den Bundesstaat Maryland in beiden Kammern des US Kongresses vertrat …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Robert Wright, Jr. — For other people named Robert Wright, see the disambiguation page. Robert Wright, Jr. is a Chicago FBI agent who has criticised the FBI s counterterrorist activities. He claims to have written a detailed book which the FBI will not allow him to… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Wright — Né en 1957, Robert Wright est un journaliste et un chercheur américain ayant publié de nombreux ouvrages de psychologie évolutionniste : The Evolution of God (2009), Nonzero: The Logic of Human Destiny (2001), L Animal moral (1994), et Three …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Robert Wright (bishop) — Robert Wright (1560 1643) was an English Bishop.Wright was born of humble parentage in St Albans, Hertfordshire, in 1560, and probably attended the refounded free school there (now St Albans School), where preference was given to poor scholars of …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Wright, Baron Wright — Robert Alderson Wright, Baron Wright, GCMG, PC (15 October 1869 ndash; 27 June 1964) was a British judge.On 11 April 1932, he was appointed Lord of Appeal in Ordinary and was created additionally a life peer with the title Baron Wright, of Durley …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Wright (historian) — Robert Wright (born 1912) is a historian and biographer of Hugh Dowding, the RAF s commanding officer in the Battle of Britain. Wright served as Dowding s personal assistant for a while. In his book Dowding and the Battle of Britain (1969) Wright …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Wright (cricketer) — Robert Wright was a first class cricketer who played for The North of England against the South of England at Lords in 1875 and in 2 matches for Yorkshire County Cricket Club against Middlesex and Surrey in 1877. A right handed middle order… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Wright (journalist) — Infobox journalist name = Robert Wright birth date = 1957 birth place = Lawton, Oklahoma age = education = Princeton University occupation = alias = Bob Wright title = spouse = Lisa Wright religion = Agnostic credits = author of The Moral Animal… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Wright (judge) — Sir Robert Wright (c1634 1689) was an English judge and Chief Justice of the King’s Bench 1687 89.Early lifeWright was the son of Jermyn Wright of Wangford in Suffolk, by his wife Anne, daughter of Richard Bachcroft of Bexwell in Norfolk. He was… …   Wikipedia

  • Robert Wright (politician) — For other people, see the Robert Wright (disambiguation). Robert Wright (November 20, 1752 ndash;September 7, 1826) was an American politician.Wright was born at Narborough, near Chestertown, Maryland, attended the common schools, and Washington… …   Wikipedia


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