John Simon Guggenheim Fellowships

United States Senator Simon Guggenheim and his wife established the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation in 1925 as a memorial to a son who died April 26, 1922. The Foundation offers Fellowships to further the development of scholars and artists by assisting them to engage in research in any field of knowledge and creation in any of the arts, under the freest possible conditions and irrespective of race, color, or creed.

Often characterized as "midcareer" awards, Guggenheim Fellowships are intended for men and women who have already demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts.

Fellows

Roger D. Abrahams (English) - 1965

Robert H. Abzug (History) - 2000

Richard N. Adams (Anthropology) - 1973

Walter S. Adkins (Bureau of Economic Geology) - 1931

Ricardo Ainslie (Educational Psychology) - 2010

George G. Arnakis* (History) - 1959

Barbara Becker-Cantarino (Germanic Languages) - 1985

Douglas G. Biow (French & Italian) - 2006

David P. Bloch* (Botany) - 1964

Beverly M. Boyd (English) - 1969

Troy Brauntuch (Art & Art History) - 2004

Sarah J. Broadie (Philosophy) - 1986

Suzanne Shelton Buckley (American Studies) - 1986

Guy L. Bush (Zoology) - 1977

Alan Campion (Chemistry & Biochemistry) - 2001

Donald S. Carne-Ross (Classics) - 1962

Joseph C. Carter (Classical Archaeology) - 1994

Evan B. Carton (English) - 1990

John R. Clarke (Art & Art History) - 2002

Clarence L. Cline* (English) - 1974

Alan H. Cowley (Chemistry) - 1976

Alfred W. Crosby, Jr. (American Studies) - 1987

Diana K. Davis (Middle Eastern Studies) - 2007

David J. DeLaura* (English) - 1967

Bryce S. DeWitt* (Physics) - 1975

J. Frank Dobie* (English) - 1932

Frank N. Edmonds, Jr.* (Astronomy) - 1962

Miguel Enguídanos (Romance Languages) - 1964

Eldon E. Ferguson (University Research Institute) - 1960

Sheila M. Fitzpatrick (History) - 1987

Neil Foley (History) - 2007

Alison K. Frazier (History) - 2005

Daniel S. Freed (Mathematics) - 2002

Lynn R. Freed (English) - 1990

Michael Gagarin (Classics) - 2002

Frank J. Gagliano (Drama) - 1974

G. Karl Galinsky (Classics) - 1972

Andrew S. Garrison (Radio-Television-Film) - 1999

Albert Goldbarth (English) - 1983

Cameron M. Gordon (Mathematics) - 1999

Richard Graham (History) - 1972

Donald J. Grantham (School of Music) - 1990

Ricardo Gullón* (Spanish & Portuguese) - 1969

Lars Gustafsson (Germanic Studies) - 1993

Terrell H. Hamilton (Zoology) - 1964

George W. D. Hamlett (Zoology) - 1936

David Hayman (English) - 1958

Linda D. Henderson (Art & Art History) - 1988

C. John Herington (Classics) - 1968

Richard H. Hoppin (School of Music) - 1959

Don Howard (Radio-Television-Film) - 2011

Howard Mumford Jones (English) - 1932

Aaron Van Jordan (English) - 2007

Deborah Anne Kapchan (Anthropology & Archeology) - 2000

Mark A. Kirkpatrick (Integrative Biology) - 1997

Arthur Kreutz (School of Music) - 1943

Bernth Lindfors (English) - 2000

Hilda F. Lund (Zoology) - 1939

Leland S. McClung (Bacteriology) - 1939

Reginald C. McGrane (History) - 1930

Hermann Joseph Muller* (Zoology) - 1932

Susan J. Napier (Asian Studies) - 1998

J. Patrick Olivelle (Asian Studies) - 1996

Mitko Panov (Radio-Television-Film) - 2004

Richard H. Pells (History) - 1993

Russell Pinkston (School of Music) - 1999

Kevin Matthew Puts (School of Music) - 2001

Wayne A. Rebhorn (English) - 1992

Hyder Edward Rollins (English) - 1926

Peter J. Rossky (Chemistry and Biochemistry) - 1997

Michael J. Ryan (Integrative Biology) - 1997

Peter Saul (Art & Art History) - 1993

Martha Ann Selby (Asian Studies) - 2004

Jonathan H. Shannon (Anthropology) - 2009

Clark Harris Slover (English) - 1925

Jeffrey Chipps Smith (Art & Art History) - 1998

Ellen Spiro (Radio-Television-Film) - 2004

George Ward Stocking (Economics) - 1931

Peter Stone (Computer Science) - 2008

Claudio Teitelboim (Physics) - 1982

Arturo Torres-Rioseco (Spanish & Portuguese) - 1928

Karen K. Uhlenbeck (Mathematics) - 2001

Eric J. Van Young (History) - 2011

Harry Shultz Vandiver (Mathematics) - 1927

David J. Wallace (English) - 2009

Tandy Warnow (Computer Science) - 2010

Walter Prescott Webb (History) - 1938

Dixon Wecter (English) - 1942

Dan Welcher (School of Music) - 1997

Alexandra Wettlaufer (French & Italian) - 2014

Harold Whitehall (English) - 1939

Gordon Thomas Whyburn (Mathematics) - 1929

Raymond Louis Wilder (Mathematics) - 1940

William B. Worthen (English) - 1989

Jack Xin (Mathematics) - 2003

David Zuckerman (Computer Science) - 2004

 

 

* (deceased)

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