List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1972

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List of Guggenheim Fellowship winners for 1972,[1] have been awarded annually since 1925, by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to those "who have demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts." [2]

Fellow Category Field of Study
Gary Keith Ackers Natural Sciences Molecular & Cellular Biology
Waldemar Adam Natural Sciences Chemistry
Ward Sykes Allen Humanities English Literature
Svetlana Alpers Humanities Fine Arts Research
Theodore M. Andersson Humanities German & Scandinavian Literature
Alfred Appel Humanities American Literature
Lorenzo Francisco Aristarain Natural Sciences Earth Science
Jorge Arriagada Cousin Creative Arts Music Composition
Kenneth J. Arrow Social Sciences Economics
Harold Leslie Atwood Natural Sciences Neuroscience
Albert Bandura Social Sciences Psychology
Peter S. Beagle Fiction
Robert Beavers Creative Arts Film
Harumi Befu Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Gerard Henri Behague Folklore & Popular Culture
Morris Beja Humanities English Literature
George Bekefi Applied Mathematics
Daniel Bell Sociology
J. Bowyer Bell Political Science
Kenneth Bernard Drama & Performance Art
Merton Ronald Bernfield Molecular & Cellular Biology
R. Stephen Berry Chemistry
Richard Bersohn Chemistry
Edwin L. Bierman Medicine & Health
Roger William Birnbaum Medicine & Health
Carla Bley Music Composition
Seymour Boardman Fine Arts
Mel Bochner Fine Arts
Charles M. Brand Medieval History
Edward Brandabur English Literature
Paul Richard Brass Political Science
Charles Chester Brinton Molecular & Cellular Biology
Kenelm O. L. Burridge Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Geoffrey L. Bursill-Hall Linguistics
Friedrich H. Busse Astronomy—Astrophysics
James F. Cahill Fine Arts Research
Robert Chilton Calfee Psychology
Harry M. Callahan Creative Arts Photography
Herbert B. Callen Physics
Fernando Cardoso Natural Sciences Mathematics
Allan M. Cartter Education
Mary Ann Caws French Literature
F. Stuart Chapin Architecture, Planning, & Design
Jule Gregory Charney Earth Science
Stanley Coben U.S. History
David Robbins Coffin Architecture, Planning, & Design
John Ireland Collins Fine Arts
Michael G. Cooke English Literature
Morton Corn Medicine & Health
Daniel MacGhie Cory American Literature
James Melville Cox American Literature
Jorge V. Crisci Plant Sciences
Anne Greet Cushing Humanities French Literature
Donald Davie Poetry
Christopher Davis Fiction
Richard Whitlock Davis British History
Peter Rodney Day Plant Sciences
Jaques Marc de Caso Fine Arts Research
Liliane De Cock Creative Arts Photography
Carl N. Degler U.S. History
Daniel Deykin Medicine & Health
Robert Di Domenica Music Composition
Alexander Anthony Di Lella Religion
Dominick Di Meo Fine Arts
David L. Dilcher Plant Sciences
E. L. Doctorow Fiction
Charles M. Dodge Music Composition
James M. Drew Music Composition
William A. Dunas Creative Arts Choreography
John Stuart Edwards Organismic Biology & Ecology
Thomas Robert Edwards English Literature
John Elderfield Humanities Fine Arts Research
Richard E. Ellis Social Sciences Law
Stephen Thompson Emlen Natural Sciences Organismic Biology & Ecology
Terence Emmons Humanities Russian History
Frank R. Ervin Natural Sciences Neuroscience
Manuel Alberto Escobar Sambrano Humanities Linguistics
Brian Murray Fagan Social Sciences Anthropology & Cultural Studies
John William Faller Natural Sciences Chemistry
Solomon Feferman Natural Sciences Mathematics
Walter Ferro Creative Arts Fine Arts
Albert Fishlow Humanities Economic History
Jerry A. Fodor Social Sciences Psychology
Maria Irene Fornes Creative Arts Drama & Performance Art
Paula Fox Creative Arts Fiction
William Robert Frazer Natural Sciences Physics
Karl Frederick Freed Natural Sciences Chemistry
Herbert Freeman Natural Sciences Computer Science
Edward Fort Fry Humanities Fine Arts Research
Charlotte Furth Humanities East Asian Studies
Ernest J. Gaines Fiction
G. Karl Galinsky Classics
Robert E. Gallman Economic History
Juan García Ponce Fiction
Peter D. A. Garnsey Classics
Robert E. Garrison Earth Science
Jack Porter Gibbs Sociology
Eleanor Jack Gibson Psychology
James Ronald Gibson Geography & Environmental Studies
Sander Lawrence Gilman German & Scandinavian Literature
Edward Giobbi Fine Arts
Henry H. Glassie Folklore & Popular Culture
Herman Randolph Gluck Mathematics
Arthur Stanley Goldberger Economics
Gerson Goldhaber Physics
DeWitt Stetten Goodman Medicine & Health
Richard Edwin Goodman Engineering
Robert Arthur Goodnough Fine Arts
Robert Gordis Religion
William Edwin Gordon Astronomy—Astrophysics
Daniel Gorenstein Mathematics
Irving I. Gottesman Psychology
Oleg Grabar Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Patricia Albjerg Graham Education
Richard Graham[disambiguation needed] Latin American Literature
Harry B. Gray Chemistry
James Joseph Griffin Physics
Robert B. Griffiths Physics
Ted Robert Gurr Political Science
Nathan G. Hale Humanities U.S. History
Charles Michael Hampden-Turner Psychology
Harold John Hanham British History
Robert William Hanning Literary Criticism
Marc Jules Prosper Hanrez French Literature
A. Brooks Harris Physics
Wilson Harris General Nonfiction
Louis Hartz Political Science
Moshe Held Near Eastern Studies
Peter Heller Physics
Maxwell F. Hendler Fine Arts
Nathan Irving Hentoff General Nonfiction
Donald Denison Hester Economics
Michael G. Hill Geography & Environmental Studies
William Innes Homer Fine Arts Research
David Lawrence Huber Physics
Ronald William Hunt Fine Arts Research
Samuel P. Huntington Political Science
George Huppert French History
James Robert de Jager Jackson English Literature
Jerald W. Jacquard Fine Arts
Keith Jarrett Music Composition
Luis A. Jiménez de Asúa Molecular & Cellular Biology
Charles Sidney Johnson Chemistry
Lester Johnson Fine Arts
Jiri Jonas Chemistry
Russell Lewis Jones Plant Sciences
Richard Isaac Joseph Physics
Kenneth Bradley Josephson Creative Arts Photography
Akira Kaji Molecular & Cellular Biology
James Bailey Kaler Astronomy—Astrophysics
Neville Robert Kallenbach Molecular & Cellular Biology
Leon R. Kass Organismic Biology & Ecology
David R. Kassoy Applied Mathematics
Alex Katz Fine Arts
Jerrold Jacob Katz Philosophy
Joseph Katz American Literature
George B. Kauffman History of Science & Technology
Paul Kay Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Robert Hale Kaylor Creative Arts Film
John F. W. Keana Chemistry
Leon Morris Keer Applied Mathematics
Suzanne Keller Sociology
Hans Janos Kende Plant Sciences
Herbert Leon Kessler Fine Arts Research
Harry Kesten Mathematics
Henry S. Kingdon Molecular & Cellular Biology
Donald Ervin Knuth Computer Science
Stephen Edward Koss British History
Jan K. Kott Theatre Arts
Fernando Krahn Creative Arts Film
Thomas Kranidas English Literature
Rockne Krebs Fine Arts
Joseph B. Lambert Chemistry
William Wilson Lambert Psychology
Bernard Langlais Fine Arts
Ira Marvin Lapidus Medieval History
Jacob Lassner Near Eastern Studies
Standish Dyer Lawder Creative Arts Film
Luis López Loza Fine Arts
Wilford Leach Drama & Performance Art
Naomi Lebowitz Literary Criticism
Winfred P. Lehmann Linguistics
Robert Lekachman Economics
Gerhard E. Lenski Sociology
Daniel Levine[disambiguation needed] U.S. History
Paul A. Libby Applied Mathematics
Elliott H. Lieb Mathematics
Robert J. Lieber Political Science
Michael Aaron Lieberman Engineering
Stanley Lieberson Sociology
Antonín J. Liehm Film, Video, & Radio Studies
Drahomíra N. Liehm-Novotná Film, Video, & Radio Studies
Gene Elden Likens Molecular & Cellular Biology
Lewis P. Lipsitt Psychology
Lar Lubovitch Creative Arts Choreography
David Cooke MacDougall Creative Arts Film
Wilferd Madelung Near Eastern Studies
Edwin Wilson Marrs English Literature
Jerome Max Drama & Performance Art
Donald Stuart McClure Chemistry
Fred W. McDarrah Creative Arts Photography
Bruce A. McFadden Molecular & Cellular Biology
Donald Lee McGrady Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Henry P. McKean Mathematics
Basil Vincent McKoy Chemistry
Ann E. McMillan Music Composition
James Alan McPherson Fiction
Standish Meacham British History
Alan Haskell Mehler Molecular & Cellular Biology
Chiang Chung Mei Applied Mathematics
Carlos Meléndez[disambiguation needed] Iberian & Latin American History
Anne Kostelanetz Mellor English Literature
Karl H. Menges Near Eastern Studies
Vivian H. Mercier Literary Criticism
Thomas Charles Merigan Medicine & Health
John Mersereau Slavic Literature
Stanley Milgram Psychology
David Harry Miller Physics
Rupert Griel Miller Statistics
John A. Mills Theatre Arts
Roger Laell Minick Creative Arts Photography
Charles William Misner Astronomy—Astrophysics
Jessica Mitford General Nonfiction
Meredith Monk Music Composition
David Montgomery U.S. History
Robert S. Montgomery Drama & Performance Art
José Ricardo Morales Malva Drama & Performance Art
Ciriaco Morón-Arroyo Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Janel Mulder Mueller English Literature
Anthony A. Newcomb Music Research
R. Bruce Nicklas Molecular & Cellular Biology
Douglass C. North Economic History
Michael John O\'Brien Humanities Classics
Jeffrey O\'Connell Social Sciences Law
George Andrew Olah Natural Sciences Chemistry
Laurie D. Olin Humanities Architecture, Planning, & Design
Alan V. Oppenheim Natural Sciences Computer Science
Dennis A. Oppenheim Creative Arts Fine Arts
José Miguel Oviedo Humanities Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Morton David Paley English Literature
Jacob Palis Mathematics
Nicanor Parra Poetry
César Paternosto Fine Arts
Edward Ralph Pincus Creative Arts Film
Peter Plagens Creative Arts Fine Arts
David William Plath Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Eleo Pomare Creative Arts Choreography
Thomas Porett Creative Arts Photography
James L. Prestini Fine Arts
Mark Ptashne Molecular & Cellular Biology
Donald Edward Queller Humanities Renaissance History
Héctor Quintanar Prieto Creative Arts Music Composition
Ralph Wilson Rader Literary Criticism
Robert A. Rapp Applied Mathematics
Rima Drell Reck French Literature
Brian Robert Reid Molecular & Cellular Biology
John David Reppy Physics
Constantino Reyes-Valerio Fine Arts Research
Dennis Daniel Riley Music Composition
Forrest G. Robinson Creative Arts Biography
Dorothea Rockburne Creative Arts Fine Arts
William R. Roff East Asian Studies
Peter Philip Rogers Architecture, Planning, & Design
Michael Paul Rogin Political Science
Theodore Sonny Rollins Music Composition
John Walter Root Chemistry
John Max Rosenfield Fine Arts Research
Sheldon Rothblatt British History
Clyde de Loache Ryals English Literature
Rainer K. Sachs Mathematics
Ruth Sager Molecular & Cellular Biology
Edward W. Said Literary Criticism
Rémy Gilbert Saisselin French Literature
Roger B. Salomon American Literature
Peter Gerald Satir Molecular & Cellular Biology
Dieter Söll Molecular & Cellular Biology
Kenneth F. Schaffner Philosophy
R. Walter Schlesinger Molecular & Cellular Biology
Gerald Schubert Earth Science
Stuart Carl Schwartz Applied Mathematics
Ronald Fraser Scott Plant Sciences
David N. Seidman Natural Sciences Applied Mathematics
Philip Selznick Sociology
Hsieh Wen Shen Applied Mathematics
Yuen-Ron Shen Physics
Abner Shimony Philosophy
Lee S. Shulman Education
Silvia C. Sigal Sociology
Robert J. Silbey Chemistry
Charles Simic Poetry
Thomas Moro Simpson Philosophy
Carlos E. Sluzki Medicine & Health
Keith A. Smith Creative Arts Photography
W. D. Snodgrass Poetry
Michael Snow Creative Arts Film
Rolf M. Steffen Physics
Jerome Leon Stein Economics
Jeffrey I. Steinfeld Chemistry
Gerard J. Stephenson Physics
Saul Sternberg Psychology
Avrum Stroll Philosophy
James Sullivan[disambiguation needed] Fine Arts
Mervyn Wilfred Susser Natural Sciences Medicine & Health
Donald Stewart Taylor Humanities English Literature
Serge Nicholas Timasheff Natural Sciences Molecular & Cellular Biology
Julius Tobias Creative Arts Fine Arts
James D. Tracy Humanities Renaissance History
Roy E. Travis Creative Arts Music Composition
Harry C. Triandis Social Sciences Psychology
Thomas Laurence Trueman Natural Sciences Physics
Donald Lawson Turcotte Natural Sciences Earth Science
Elliot Turiel Social Sciences Education
Betty Mack Twarog Natural Sciences Neuroscience
Victor Twersky Natural Sciences Applied Mathematics
Joan Connelly Ullman Humanities Iberian & Latin American History
Irwin Unger Humanities U.S. History
Marshall R. Urist Natural Sciences Medicine & Health
Charles W. Van Atta Natural Sciences Applied Mathematics
Mona Van Duyn Creative Arts Poetry
César Alejandro Vapñarsky Social Sciences Sociology
Thomas Vargish Humanities English Literature
Orlando Villas Bôas Social Sciences Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Raymond B. Waddington Humanities English Literature
Diane Wakoski Creative Arts Poetry
S. David Webb Natural Sciences Earth Science
Herbert Weiner Social Sciences Psychology
Holmes Hinkley Welch Humanities East Asian Studies
Joe L. White Natural Sciences Plant Sciences
James T. Whitehead Creative Arts Fiction
Mark Robert Willcott Natural Sciences Chemistry
George Huntston Williams Humanities Religion
Mary Lou Williams Creative Arts Music Composition
T. Ffrancon Williams Natural Sciences Chemistry
Lanford Wilson Creative Arts Drama & Performance Art
Theodore Allen Wilson Humanities U.S. History
Allan Charles Wilson Natural Sciences Molecular & Cellular Biology
Geoffrey L. Winningham Creative Arts Photography
Geoffrey Wolff Creative Arts Fiction
Sheldon S. Wolin Social Sciences Political Science
Oliver W. Wolters Humanities East Asian Studies
John Martin Wood Natural Sciences Chemistry
Sidney Yip Natural Sciences Physics
Herbert F. York Natural Sciences Physics
Sol Yurick Creative Arts Fiction
Arnold M. Zwicky Humanities Linguistics

United States and Canadian fellows[edit]

Latin American Fellows[edit]

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