List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1965

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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1965 [1]

Fellow Category Field of Study
Roger D. Abrahams Humanities Folklore & Popular Culture
Peter Achinstein Humanities Philosophy
Fay Ajzenberg-Selove Natural Sciences Physics
Ralph Gilmore Allen Humanities Theatre Arts
Edward L. Alpen Natural Sciences Molecular & Cellular Biology
Daniel Alpert Natural Sciences Physics
Charles Roberts Anderson Humanities Literary Criticism
John S. Anderson Creative Arts Fine Arts
James Burton Ax Natural Sciences Mathematics
Dudley W. R. Bahlman Humanities British History
William Bailey Creative Arts Fine Arts
Carlos Baker Creative Arts Biography
Edward C. Banfield Social Sciences Political Science
Amiri Baraka Creative Arts Drama & Performance Art
George Barati Creative Arts Music Composition
James Barr Humanities Linguistics
Fernando Bastarrachea Avilés Molecular & Cellular Biology
Tosun Bayrak Fine Arts
David Breed Beard Astronomy--Astrophysics
Frederick John Beharriell German & Scandinavian Literature
Cyril S. Belshaw Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Edward Wells Bennett German & East European History
Larry Dean Benson Medieval Literature
Joseph Berkowitz Chemistry
Albert Bermel Drama & Performance Art
Eric Albert Blackall German & Scandinavian Literature
Seymour Michael Blinder Chemistry
Werner C. Bokermann Organismic Biology & Ecology
Martin Stewart Braine Psychology
Michael Brecher Political Science
Robert James Brentano Medieval History
William Michael Brinner Near Eastern Studies
Earle Brown Music Composition
Edgar H. Brown Mathematics
Kenneth H. Brown Drama & Performance Art
Roger William Brown Psychology
Oscar Brunser Tesarschü Medicine & Health
Louis John Budd American Literature
Robert J. C. Butow Humanities U.S. History
Kenneth Campbell Fine Arts
Manfredo Perdigão do Carmo Natural Sciences Mathematics
Hayden Carruth Poetry
Julián Bernardo Cáceres Freyre Anthropology & Cultural Studies
John Magruder Clark Molecular & Cellular Biology
Geraldine Joncich Clifford Education
Robert Wayne Clower Economics
Louise George Clubb Italian Literature
Morton Norton Cohen English Literature
Ruby Cohn Theatre Arts
Warrington Colescott Fine Arts
Rowland Lee Collins Medieval Literature
Paul Keith Conkin U.S. History
Leon N. Cooper Physics
Paul Cooper Music Composition
Paul Palmer Craig Physics
Fausto Luiz de Souza Cunha Earth Science
Philip De Armond Curtin Economic History
Edward Hutchins Davidson American Literature
Eugene A. Davidson Molecular & Cellular Biology
Roberto De Lamonica Fine Arts
Allen G. Debus History of Science & Technology
Eduardo del Solar Osses Organismic Biology & Ecology
Peter Demetz German & Scandinavian Literature
Phoebus J. Dhrymes Economics
Peter Arthur Diamond Economics
James E. Dittes Psychology
James Doolittle French Literature
Julien Serge Doubrovsky French Literature
James Edward Duffy African Studies
Armando Dugand Plant Sciences
Mostafa A. El-Sayed Natural Sciences Chemistry
Seymour Epstein Creative Arts Fiction
Donald James Erb Creative Arts Music Composition
Novencido Escobar Arecho Natural Sciences Plant Sciences
Ray Franklin Evert Natural Sciences Plant Sciences
Herbert Lewis Fink Creative Arts Fine Arts
Roger Fisher Social Sciences Law
Donald Harnish Fleming Humanities History of Science & Technology
Richard Foster Flint Natural Sciences Earth Science
José Luis Franco Carrasco Social Sciences Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Hans Hermann Frankel Humanities East Asian Studies
William Evan Fredeman Humanities English Literature
Walter Jackson Freeman III Natural Sciences Medicine & Health
Simeon Adlow Friedberg Natural Sciences Physics
Robert Walter Funk Humanities Religion
John A. Garraty U.S. History
Juan Manuel Gómez-Quiroz Fine Arts
William R. Geis Fine Arts
Peter Gerhard Iberian & Latin American History
Arthur Gill Computer Science
Allen Ginsberg Poetry
Clarence James Glacken Geography & Environmental Studies
Shelomo Dov Goitein Near Eastern Studies
William Josiah Goode Sociology
Harrison G. Gough Psychology
Thomas Fauss Gould Classics
Edward Grant History of Science & Technology
Martin Greenberger Computer Science
Stanley Brian Greenfield Medieval Literature
Richard A. Gregg Slavic Literature
James Arthur Gresham Architecture, Planning, & Design
Nancy Grossman Fine Arts
Frederick Gutheim Architecture, Planning, & Design
John M. Haines Creative Arts Poetry
William Wolfgang Hallo Near Eastern Studies
Joseph Hamburger Political Science
Eugene Alfred Hammel Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Harold C. Hanson Organismic Biology & Ecology
Zoltán Haraszti U.S. History
Mark Harris General Nonfiction
Rivkah Harris Near Eastern Studies
John Woodland Hastings Molecular & Cellular Biology
Egbert Haverkamp-Begemann Fine Arts Research
Carolyn Heilbrun English Literature
Herman Lawrence Helfer Astronomy--Astrophysics
Edith F. Helman Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Howard Hibbard Fine Arts Research
Charles Warren Hollister Medieval History
Ari Arthur Hoogenboom U.S. History
Peter Hooven Fine Arts
Reginald Horsman U.S. History
Will Horwitt Fine Arts
Walter Edwards Houghton English Literature
Kerson Huang Physics
Victor Hobbs Hutchison Organismic Biology & Ecology
Scott Hyde Creative Arts Photography
David Ignatow Creative Arts Poetry
Paul Ilie Humanities Spanish & Portuguese Literature
John Lyman Ingraham Natural Sciences Molecular & Cellular Biology
Ronald Aliston Irvine Natural Sciences Medicine & Health
Edward D. Ives Humanities Folklore & Popular Culture
Michael Hamilton Jameson Classics
Andrew Oscar Jaszi German & Scandinavian Literature
Carl Lewis Johannessen Geography & Environmental Studies
Daniel LaRue Johnson Fine Arts
Wendell Stacy Johnson English Literature
Jack C. Jones Organismic Biology & Ecology
Alicia Jurado Humanities English Literature
George Kalnitsky Molecular & Cellular Biology
Martin Kanes French Literature
Frederick Robert Karl English Literature
Richard E. Kim Fiction
Willard F. King Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Lyman E. Kipp Fine Arts
Harold Clark Kirker U.S. History
Henry Alfred Kissinger Political Science
David Harold Kistner Organismic Biology & Ecology
George Leonidas Koniaris Classics
Joseph Konzal Fine Arts
Herbert L. Kufner Humanities Linguistics
Serge Lang Mathematics
alcides lanza Creative Arts Music Composition
James F. Larkin British History
Hugues Leblanc Philosophy
Edward Leete Molecular & Cellular Biology
Stanford Lehmberg British History
Kornelius Lems Plant Sciences
Allan J. Lichtenberg Applied Mathematics
John Walley Littlefield Organismic Biology & Ecology
Katherine Litz Creative Arts Choreography
Earle Leonard Lomon Physics
Albert J. Loomie British History
David Lowenthal Geography & Environmental Studies
Martin Lubin Molecular & Cellular Biology
Alison Lurie Fiction
Eugene S. Machlin Physics
Seymour J. Mandelbaum Architecture, Planning, & Design
Jerry B. Marion Physics
Wallace Markfield Fiction
Thomas A. Marschak Economics
John M(arvin) Marshall Medicine & Health
William Randolph Martin Molecular & Cellular Biology
James Cullen Martin Chemistry
Paul Cecil Martin Physics
Paul Schultz Martin Earth Science
Thaddeus B. Massalski Physics
Ramiro Matos Mendieta Anthropology & Cultural Studies
David C. Mauzerall Molecular & Cellular Biology
William R. Mayer Music Composition
Albert Maysles Creative Arts Film
Hugh McLean Slavic Literature
Donald B. Meyer British History
Robert Earl Middleton Music Composition
Raj Mittra Engineering
Lisette Model Creative Arts Photography
Donald E. Munnecke Plant Sciences
Daniel Joseph Murphy English Literature
Paul Lloyd Murphy U.S. History
Karol J. Mysels Natural Sciences Chemistry
James Graham Nelson English Literature
Kazuhiko Nishijima Physics
Luis Felipe Noé Fine Arts
John T. Noonan Law
Maximillian E. Novak Humanities English Literature
Arthur Aaron Oliner Natural Sciences Physics
Frank Oppenheimer Natural Sciences Physics
George Earl Ortman Creative Arts Fine Arts
Lona Mosk Packer English Literature
Juan V. Pancho Plant Sciences
Peter Paone Fine Arts
Ronald Howard Paulson English Literature
David Gordon Pease Fine Arts
David Perlman Molecular & Cellular Biology
Raymond D. A. Peterson Medicine & Health
Fred Albert Phillips Law
Richard Austin Pierce Russian History
George Willard Pitcher Philosophy
Alan Mark Portis Physics
Robert E. Quirk Humanities Iberian & Latin American History
Bernard J. Ransil Medicine & Health
Mark L. Reed English Literature
Edward Lawrence Reiss Applied Mathematics
Joachim Remak German & East European History
John H. P. Reumann Religion
Ramón Riba y Nava Esparza Plant Sciences
Martin Ridge U.S. History
Alfred J. Rieber Russian History
Richard A. Rifkind Medicine & Health
William H. Robinson Engineering
Arnold Austin Rogow Political Science
Charles E. Rosenberg History of Science & Technology
Murray Rosenblatt Mathematics
Myron Rosenblum Chemistry
Earl H. Rovit American Literature
John Raymond Rowley Plant Sciences
Alvin Z. Rubinstein Political Science
Dankwart A. Rustow Political Science
Ann Saddlemyer English Literature
Ernest H. Sanders Music Research
Theodore R. Sarbin Psychology
José Luis Sérsic Astronomy--Astrophysics
Robert Anthony Scalapino Political Science
Riley Schaeffer Chemistry
Bernard N. Schilling Literary Criticism
Richard Schmitt Philosophy
Robert Scholten Earth Science
Calvin Orville Schrag Philosophy
Melvin Schwartz Physics
Allan Seager Creative Arts Biography
Stanley E. Seashore Psychology
Santiago Sebastián López Architecture, Planning, & Design
Lore Segal Fiction
Stanley Joel Silverman Music Composition
Mario Ferreira Simoes Anthropology & Cultural Studies
William Kelly Simpson Near Eastern Studies
Irving Singer Philosophy
James Hammond Smith Physics
John Hazel Smith Renaissance History
George Abraham Snow Physics
Monroe Kirk Spears Literary Criticism
Robert Francis Spencer Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Frank L. Spitzer Mathematics
Rangaswamy Srinivasan Chemistry
Hardie St. Martin Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Thomas Robert Stearns Fine Arts
Peter C. Stein Physics
Alec Thompson Stewart Physics
Zeph Stewart Classics
Donald Harvey Stork Physics
Hans Eduard Suess Earth Science
Terence George Swales Humanities Architecture, Planning, & Design
Aloys Louis Tappel Natural Sciences Molecular & Cellular Biology
John Lovell Thomas Humanities U.S. History
Chang-Lin Tien Natural Sciences Engineering
William B. Todd Humanities Bibliography
John Gordon Torrey Natural Sciences Plant Sciences
Kenneth Stephen Toth Natural Sciences Physics
Alan Stubbs Trueblood Humanities Spanish & Portuguese Literature
San Fu Tuan Natural Sciences Physics
Colin Murray Turbayne Humanities Philosophy
Henry Ashby Turner Humanities German & East European History
Parker Tyler Humanities Fine Arts Research
Richard Gwen Underwood Humanities Bibliography
Edgar Valcárcel Creative Arts Music Composition
Alexis Volborth Natural Sciences Earth Science
Shyh Wang Natural Sciences Applied Mathematics
Andrew Murray Watson Humanities Economic History
James D. Watson Natural Sciences Molecular & Cellular Biology
Herschel Webb Humanities East Asian Studies
Joan Webber Humanities English Literature
Jerome H. Weiner Natural Sciences Engineering
Rudolph H. Weingartner Humanities Philosophy
Arnold Weinstein Creative Arts Drama & Performance Art
Harry H. Wellington Social Sciences Law
Ernest Wenkert Natural Sciences Chemistry
Donald F. Wetherell Natural Sciences Plant Sciences
Robert Thayer Wilce Natural Sciences Plant Sciences
Robley Cook Williams Natural Sciences Molecular & Cellular Biology
John Randolph Winckler Natural Sciences Astronomy--Astrophysics
Calhoun Winton Humanities English Literature
Jacob Wolfowitz Natural Sciences Statistics
Nelson Ikon Wu Humanities Fine Arts Research
Gertrud L. Wyatt Social Sciences Psychology
Nguyen-Huu Xuong Natural Sciences Physics
Robert M. Yost Humanities Philosophy
Vernon Kenneth Zimmerman Humanities Economic History

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