List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1946

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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1946.

1946 U.S. and Canadian Fellows[edit]

  1. Ansel Adams, Deceased. Photography: 1946, 1948, 1959.
  2. Theodore W. Anderson, Professor Emeritus of Statistics and Economics, Stanford University: 1946.
  3. Herbert Aptheker, Deceased. History: 1946.
  4. Pedro Armillas, Deceased. Anthropology: 1946.
  5. Daniel I. Arnon, Deceased. Biochemistry-Molecular Biology: 1946, 1962.
  6. Robert Cecil Bald, Deceased. Biography: 1946, 1960.
  7. Robert Hamilton Ball, Deceased. 16th and 17th English Literature: 1946.
  8. Robert Ballentine, Deceased. Biology & Ecology: 1946.
  9. Robert Hayward Barlow, Deceased. Latin American Studies: 1946, 1947.
  10. William Howard Barnes, Deceased. Chemistry: 1946.
  11. Gregory Bateson, Deceased. Anthropology: 1946.
  12. Cedric Belfrage, Deceased. General Nonfiction: 1946.
  13. William Bergsma, Deceased. Music Composition: 1946, 1951.
  14. Eugene Berman, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1946, 1948.
  15. Joseph Benjamin Birdsell, Deceased. Anthropology: 1946, 1952.
  16. Robert Noel Blair, Painter, Holland, New York: 1946, 1951.
  17. Bernard Boivin, Deceased. Research Scientist: 1946.
  18. Rolf Ling Bolin, Deceased. Biology: 1946.
  19. Philip D. Bradley, Economist, Washington, D.C.: 1946.
  20. Henry Dreyfuss Brant, Composer, Santa Barbara, California: 1946, 1955.
  21. Manuel Bromberg, Professor Emeritus of Art, State University of New York, New Paltz, New York: 1946.
  22. Gwendolyn Brooks, Writer, Chicago: 1946, 1947.
  23. Huntington Brown, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1946.
  24. Richard Hubert Bruck, Deceased. Mathematics: 1946.
  25. Jerome Hamilton Buckley, Gurney Professor Emeritus of English Literature, Harvard University: 1946, 1963.
  26. Sam Byrd, Deceased. Fiction: 1946, 1948.
  27. Corrado Cagli, Painter, Rome: 1946.
  28. Wilbert McLeod Chapman, Deceased. Biology: 1946.
  29. Marshall Clagett, Professor Emeritus, School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey: 1946, 1950.
  30. Carroll Cloar, Deceased. Fine Arts, Painting: 1946.
  31. Donovan Stewart Correll, Deceased Taxonomist, Fairchild Tropical Garden, Miami: 1946, 1959.
  32. Maya Deren, Deceased. Film Making: 1946.
  33. George P. Fedotov, Deceased. Slavic Studies: 1946.
  34. James Alfred Ford, Deceased. Anthropology: 1946.
  35. Francis Raymond Fosberg, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1946.
  36. Mitchell Franklin, Deceased Irby Professor Emeritus of Law, Tulane University; Professor of Law and Philosophy, State University of New York at Buffalo: 1946.
  37. Arthur William Galston, Eaton Professor Emeritus of Botany and Professor of Forestry, Yale University: 1946, 1951.
  38. Arthur Charles Giese, Deceased. Biochemistry -Molecular Biology: 1946, 1958.
  39. Paul Antoine Giguère, Deceased. Chemistry: 1946, 1948.
  40. Nelson Goodman, Deceased. Philosophy: 1946.
  41. Morris Cole Graves, Painter, Loleta, California: 1946.
  42. Alexei Haieff, Deceased. Music Composition: 1946, 1949.
  43. Gordon Sherman Haight, Deceased. 19th Century British Literature: 1946, 1953, 1960.
  44. Holman Hamilton, Deceased. U.S. History: 1946.
  45. Frederick Hartt, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1946, 1954.
  46. Evelyn Anderson Haymaker, Deceased. Medicine: 1946. Appointed as Anderson, Evelyn.
  47. Wayne Eskett Hazen, Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of Michigan: 1946, 1953.
  48. James Lynn Hoard, Deceased. Chemistry: 1946, 1960, 1966.
  49. Everette Howard Hunt, Jr., Writer, Miami, Florida: 1946.
  50. Henry Rudolph Immerwahr, Alumni Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Greek, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: 1946.
  51. Roman Jakobson, Deceased. Linguistics: 1946.
  52. Mitchel Jamieson, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1946, 1948.
  53. Randall Jarrell, Deceased. Poetry: 1946.
  54. Elwood Vernon Jensen, Charles B. Huggins Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus, University of Chicago: 1946.
  55. Louis Clark Jones, Deceased. Folklore and Folk Music: 1946.
  56. Mark Kac, Deceased. Mathematics: 1946.
  57. Willmoore Kendall, Deceased. Political Science, Philosophy: 1946.
  58. Clyde K. Kluckhohn, Deceased. Anthropology: 1946.
  59. Alice Elizabeth Kober, Deceased. Classics: 1946.
  60. Paul Harold Kocher, Deceased. 16th & 17th Century English Literature: 1946, 1955.
  61. Shuichi Kusaka, Deceased. Physics: 1946.
  62. Weston La Barre, Deceased. Anthropology: 1946.
  63. Louis A. Landa, Deceased. 18th Century English Literature: 1946, 1966.
  64. Stephen Addison Larrabee, Deceased. American Literature: 1946.
  65. Roger Lemelin, Deceased. Fiction: 1946, 1947.
  66. A. Starker Leopold, Deceased. Biology: 1946.
  67. Wolf Leslau, Professor Emeritus of Hebrew and Semitic Linguistics, University of California, Los Angeles: 1946, 1947.
  68. John Ayres Lessard, Composer, East Setauket, New York: 1946, 1953.
  69. Alan Lomax, Writer; Research Associate in Anthropology, Columbia University: 1946.
  70. Edward Elias Lowinsky, Deceased. Music Research: 1946, 1976.
  71. Maurice Mandelbaum, Deceased. Philosophy: 1946.
  72. Berta Margoulies, Sculptor, Berkeley, California: 1946.
  73. William Richard Matthews, Deceased. Bibliography, Medieval Studies: 1946, 1958.
  74. Merritt Mauzey, Deceased. Fine Arts-Painting: 1946.
  75. Donald Vincent McGranahan, Retired Director, United Nations Research Institute for Social Development, Geneva: 1946.
  76. William George McMillan, Professor of Chemistry, University of California, Los Angeles: 1946.
  77. Gian Carlo Menotti, Composer, New York City: 1946, 1947.
  78. Barse Miller, Deceased. Fine Arts-Painting: 1946.
  79. Wayne Forest Miller, Photographer, Orinda, California: 1946, 1947.
  80. Charles Alexander Moore, Deceased. Philosophy: 1946.
  81. Harold Emery Moore, Jr, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1946, 1955.
  82. Sanford Alexander Mosk, Deceased. Economics: 1946.
  83. Franz Leopold Neumann, Deceased. Political Science: 1946.
  84. James R. Newman, Deceased. History of Science: 1946, 1947.
  85. Ruth Nickerson, Sculptor, White Plains, New York: 1946.
  86. Walter John Nickerson, Deceased. Biochemistry: 1946.
  87. James Henry Oliver, Deceased. Classics: 1946, 1955.
  88. William Donald Oliver, Deceased. Philosophy: 1946.
  89. Chaim Leib Pekeris, Deceased. Applied Science: 1946, 1968, 1972.
  90. Robert Leroy Platzman, Deceased. Particle Physics: 1946, 1947.
  91. Robert Armstrong Pratt, Deceased. Foundation Professor Emeritus in the Humanities, University of Pennsylvania: 1946, 1954.
  92. G. Baley Price, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, University of Kansas: 1946.
  93. Paul Charles Rosenbloom, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Teachers College, Columbia University: 1946.
  94. Franz Rosenthal, Sterling Professor Emeritus of Near Eastern Languages, Yale University: 1946.
  95. Henry Scheffé, Deceased. Statistics: 1946.
  96. Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., Chair, Albert Schweitzer Professor Emeritus of the Humanities, Graduate School, City University of New York: 1946.
  97. Irving Ezra Segal, Deceased: Mathematics: 1946, 1951, 1967.
  98. Harold Samuel Shapero, Composer; Walter W. Naumburg Professor Emeritus of Music, Brandeis University: 1946, 1947.
  99. Theodore Silverstein, Professor Emeritus of English, University of Chicago: 1946.
  100. Herbert Silvette, Writer, Stanardsville, Virginia: 1946.
  101. Alexander Frank Skutch, Ornithologist, San Isidro del General, Costa Rica: 1946, 1951.
  102. Albert Charles Smith, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1946.
  103. G. E. Kidder Smith, Deceased. Photography: 1946.
  104. Virginia Eggertsen Sorensen Waugh, Deceased. Fiction: 1946, 1954. Appointed as Sorensen, Virginia Eggertsen.
  105. Kaj Aage Gunnar Strand, Deceased. Astronomy-Astrophysics: 1946.
  106. Ernest Albert Strathmann, Deceased. 16th & 17th Century English Literature: 1946, 1954.
  107. Morris Swadesh, Deceased. Anthropology: 1946, 1947.
  108. Louise Juliette Talma, Deceased. Music Composition: 1946, 1947.
  109. Abraham H. Taub, deceased. Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley: 1946, 1953.
  110. Ernest Robert Tinkham, Deceased. Medicine: 1946.
  111. Warren Stenson Tryon, Deceased. American Literature: 1946.
  112. Francis Lee Utley, Deceased. Medieval Studies & Folklore: 1946, 1947, 1952.
  113. James Alfred Van Allen, Carver Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy, University of Iowa: 1946.
  114. John Weedon Verrall, Composer; Professor Emeritus of Music, University of Washington: 1946.
  115. Walter B. C. Watkins, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1946, 1950.
  116. Lemen Jonathan Wells, Deceased Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, University of Minnesota Medical School: 1946.
  117. John Archibald Wheeler, Joseph Henry Professor Emeritus of Physics, Princeton University; Ashbel Smith Professor of Physics, University of Texas at Austin: 1946, 1949.
  118. Thomas Wallace Whitaker, Plant Geneticist, Western Region, Agricultural Research Service; Research Associate, University of California, San Diego: 1946, 1958.
  119. Arthur Ranous Wilmurt, Deceased. Drama & Performance Art: 1946.
  120. William Kurtz Wimsatt, Jr, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1946.
  121. Emanuel Winternitz, Deceased. Music Research: 1946.
  122. John William Theodore Youngs, Deceased. Mathematics: 1946.

1946 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows[edit]

  1. R. Fernando Alegría, Sadie Dernham Patek Professor Emeritus in the Humanities, Stanford University: 1946.
  2. Joao Batista Vilanova Artigas, Deceased. Architecture: 1946.
  3. Carlos Bosch-García, Deceased. Iberian and Latin American History: 1946.
  4. Eduardo D. De Robertis, Deceased. Biology: 1946, 1947.
  5. José María Ferrater Mora, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College: 1946, 1948.
  6. René Honorato Cienfuegos, Professor of Experimental Medicine, University of Chile: 1946.
  7. Moisés Kramer, Biologist: 1946.
  8. Julio Le Riverend Brusone, Social Scientist: 1946.
  9. Cecilio Lopez, Deceased. Linguistics: 1946.
  10. Joao Moojen de Oliveira, Deceased. Biology: 1946.
  11. Paris Pishmish de Recillas, Professor of Astronomy, National Autonomous University of Mexico: 1946. Appointed as Paris Pishmish Recillas.
  12. Horacio José Ambrosio Rimoldi, Psychologist: 1946.
  13. Elysiário Távora Filho, Geologist, Rio de Janeiro: 1946.
  14. Héctor A. Tosar Errecart, Professor of Composition, Escuela Universitaria de Música, Paysandú 843; Montevideo, Uruguay: 1946, 1960.

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