List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1968

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Following is a list of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1968.

  1. Alejandra Pizarnik, Argentinian poet
  2. Robert John Ackermann, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, University of Massachusetts Amherst: 1968.
  3. Robert Agger, Professor of Political Science, Eastern Kentucky University: 1968.
  4. Alvin Ailey, Deceased. Dance: 1968.
  5. Stephen Albert, Deceased. Music Composition: 1968, 1978.
  6. Richard Dale Alexander, Theodore H. Hubbell Distinguished University Professor of Evolutionary Biology and Curator of Insects, University of Michigan: 1968.
  7. Richard Lee Armstrong, Deceased. Earth Science: 1968.
  8. Edward M. Arnett, R. J. Reynolds Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Duke University: 1968.
  9. Julius Ashkin, Deceased.Particle Physics: 1968.
  10. Klaus Baer, Deceased. Near Eastern Studies: 1968.
  11. Raghu Raj Bahadur, Deceased. Statistics: 1968.
  12. Bruce Baillie, Film Maker, Camano Island, Washington: 1968.
  13. Gordon Edward Baker, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of California, Santa Barbara: 1968.
  14. Endre Alexander Balazs, CEO, Biomatrix, Inc, Ridgefield, New Jersey: 1968.
  15. Ransom Leland Baldwin, Jr., Professor of Animal Science and of Physiology, University of California, Davis: 1968.
  16. Clinton Edward Ballou, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  17. Walter Darby Bannard, Artist; Independent Artist: 1968
  18. Gunther Barth, Emeritus Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  19. Hyman Bass, Roger Lyndon Collegiate Professor of Mathematics, University of Michigan: 1968.
  20. Peter A. Beak, Roger Adams Professor of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: 1968.
  21. Manson Benedict, Institute Professor Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Nuclear Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1968.
  22. Robert Oliver Berdahl, Professor of Educational Studies, State University of New York at Buffalo: 1968.
  23. Rainer Berger, Professor of Geography and Geophysics, University of California, Los Angeles: 1968.
  24. Luciano Berio, Composer; Conductor, Radicondoli (Siena), Italy: 1968.
  25. Aron M. Bernstein, Professor of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1968.
  26. Ira Borah Bernstein, Professor of Mechanical Engineering and Physics, Yale University: 1968.
  27. Abraham Bers, Professor of Electrical Communications, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1968.
  28. Allan George Bogue, Frederick Jackson Turner Professor of History, University of Wisconsin–Madison: 1968.
  29. Frank Paul Bowman, Professor of French, University of Pennsylvania: 1968, 1986.
  30. Richard Pender Boyce, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Florida College of Medicine: 1968.
  31. Philip Williams Brandt, Professor of Anatomy, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University: 1968.
  32. Gerard Joseph Brault, Edwin Erle Sparks Professor Emeritus of French & Medieval Studies, Pennsylvania State University: 1968.
  33. Philip James Bray, Hazard Professor of Physics, Brown University: 1968.
  34. John McColl Bremner, Curtiss Distinguished Professor Emeritus in Agriculture, Professor of Agronomy and Biochemistry, Professor of Biochemistry, and Charles F. Curtiss Distinguished Professor in Agriculture, Iowa State University: 1968.
  35. Richard Bridgman, Professor Emeritus of English, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  36. Gandy Brodie, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1968.
  37. Sanborn C. Brown, Deceased. History of Science: 1968.
  38. Paolo Buggiani, Artist, Rome, Italy: 1968.
  39. Jack Bush, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1968.
  40. Marvin Albert Carlson, Sidney E. Cohn Distinguished Professor, Graduate Center, City University of New York: 1968.
  41. R. V. Cassill, Writer; Professor Emeritus of English, Brown University: 1968.
  42. Sunney Ignatius Chan, Professor of Chemical Physics and Biophysical Chemistry, California Institute of Technology: 1968.
  43. Benjamin Chu, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, SUNY at Stony Brook: 1968.
  44. Alvin John Clark, Professor Emeritus of Genetics, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  45. David Delano Clark, Deceased. Physics: 1968.
  46. Robert Cogan, Composer; Chairman of Graduate Theoretical Studies, Professor of Composition, New England Conservatory of Music: 1968.
  47. Albert Cohen, William H. Bonsall Professor of Music, Stanford University: 1968.
  48. Richard F. Conrat, Photographer; Instructor in Photography, San Francisco Art Institute: 1968.
  49. Jacob Ernest Cooke, John Henry MacCracken Professor Emeritus of History, Lafayette College: 1968.
  50. John Corigliano, Composer, Professor of Music, Lehman College, Juilliard, and Manhattan School of Music: 1968.
  51. Patrick Cruttwell, Deceased. English: 1968.
  52. Jackie Wayne Culvahouse, Professor of Physics, University of Kansas: 1968.
  53. Virginius Dabney, Deceased. U.S. History: 1968.
  54. David Joseph Danelski, Director of University Program, Stanford in Washington: 1968.
  55. Gerard Debreu, Professor of Economics and Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  56. Lawrence Sanford Dembo, Professor Emeritus of English, University of Wisconsin–Madison: 1968.
  57. Robert De Niro, Sr., Deceased. Fine Arts, Painting: 1968.
  58. Albert Dorfman, Deceased. Biochemistry: 1968.
  59. Réjean Ducharme, Novelist, Montreal, Canada: 1968.
  60. Eric Berry Edney, Professor Emeritus of Biology, University of California, Los Angeles: 1968.
  61. Herman Theodore Epstein, Emeritus Professor of Biophysics, Brandeis University: 1968.
  62. Amitai Etzioni, University Professor, George Washington University: 1968.
  63. Gil Evans, Deceased. Music Composition: 1968.
  64. Richard Felciano, Composer; Professor of Music, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  65. Horst Frenz, Deceased. American Literature: 1968.
  66. Jacques Robert Fresco, Pfeiffer Professor in the Life Sciences, Princeton University: 1968.
  67. Harold Clark Fritts, Professor Emeritus of Dendrochronology, University of Arizona: 1968.
  68. Robert Eric Frykenberg, Emeritus Professor of History and South Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin–Madison: 1968.
  69. Norman Gall, Writer, São Paulo, Brazil; Executive Director, Fernand Braudel Institute of World Economics, São Paulo: 1968 .
  70. Neal Ward Gilbert, Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Davis: 1968.
  71. Leon Gillen, Writer: 1968.
  72. Robert George Gilpin, Jr., Eisenhower Professor of Politics and International Affairs, Princeton University: 1968.
  73. James P. Giuffre, Composer, West Stockbridge, Massachusetts: 1968.
  74. Edward Glassman, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Genetics, University of North Carolina School of Medicine at Chapel Hill: 1968.
  75. Morris Golden, Deceased. English: 1968.
  76. Leon Golub, Artist, New York City: 1968.
  77. Thomas F. Green, Margaret O. Slocum Professor Emeritus of Education, Syracuse University: 1968.
  78. Oscar Wallace Greenberg, Professor of Physics, University of Maryland, College Park: 1968.
  79. Thomas McLernon Greene, Frederick Clifford Ford Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Yale University: 1968.
  80. Robert Halsband, Deceased. 18th Century English Literature: 1968, 1982.
  81. Stuart Newton Hampshire, William H. Bonsall Professor in The Humanities, Stanford University: 1968.
  82. George Maxim Anossov Hanfmann, Deceased. Classics: 1968.
  83. Donald R. F. Harleman, Ford Professor Emeritus of Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1968.
  84. Richard Colebrook Harris, Professor of Geography, University of British Columbia: 1968.
  85. John Eugene Hearst, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  86. Alan J. Heeger, Professor of Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara: 1968.
  87. Cecil John Herington, Deceased. Classics: 1968.
  88. Javier Herrero, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of Spanish, University of Virginia: 1968.
  89. Dudley Robert Herschbach, Frank B. Baird, Jr. Professor of Science, Harvard University: 1968.
  90. Robert Lee Hess, Deceased. African Studies: 1968.
  91. Roger Henry Hildebrand, Samuel K. Allison Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago: 1968.
  92. Jocelyn Nigel Hillgarth, Senior Fellow and Professor of History, Pontifical Institute of Mediaeval Studies; Professor, Centre for Medieval Studies, St. Michael's College, University of Toronto: 1968.
  93. Hugh Wiley Hitchcock, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Music and Director, Institute for Studies in American Music, Brooklyn College, City University of New York: 1968.
  94. Julian Hochberg, Centennial Professor of Psychology, Columbia University: 1968.
  95. David S. Hogness, Professor of Biochemistry, Stanford University School of Medicine: 1968.
  96. Donald Frank Holcomb, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Cornell University: 1968.
  97. Samuel Hollander, Professor of Economics, University of Toronto: 1968.
  98. John Joseph Hopfield, Ph.D Professor of Molecular Biology, Princeton University: 1968.
  99. Robert Hughes, Deceased. Film: 1968.
  100. Jerard Hurwitz, Professor, Sloan-Kettering Institute for Cancer, Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York City: 1968.
  101. Dell Hathaway Hymes, Commonwealth Professor Emeritus of Anthropology (English), University of Virginia: 1968.
  102. Esther Merle Jackson, Professor of Theatre and Drama, University of Wisconsin–Madison: 1968.
  103. Thorkild Jacobsen, Deceased. Near Eastern Studies: 1968.
  104. Frederick Richard Jensen, Deceased. Chemistry: 1968.
  105. William John Jones, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Alberta: 1968.
  106. Dale W. Jorgenson, Professor of Economics, Harvard University: 1968.
  107. Donald Judd, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1968.
  108. Alexander G. Karczmar, Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology and Therapeutics, Stritch School of Medicine, Loyola University of Chicago: 1968.
  109. Walter J. Karplus, Professor of Engineering and Applied Science, University of California, Los Angeles: 1968.
  110. Ronald L. Katz, Professor of Anesthesiology, University of Southern California: 1968.
  111. Herbert Katzman, Artist; Instructor in Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts, New York City: 1968.
  112. Robert L. Kellogg, Emeritus Professor of English, University of Virginia: 1968.
  113. Mark Jonathan Kesselman, Professor of Government, Columbia University: 1968.
  114. Thomas Kinsella, Poet; Professor Emeritus of English, Temple University: 1968, 1971.
  115. William Klement, Jr., Retired Associate Professor of Engineering and Applied Science, University of California, Los Angeles: 1968.
  116. Alison Knowles, Artist, New York City: 1968.
  117. Verdel A. Kolve, UCLA Foundation Professor of English Literature, University of California, Los Angeles: 1968.
  118. Takeshi Kotake, Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, Tohoku University: 1968.
  119. Max Kozloff, Art Critic, New York City: 1968.
  120. Saul Aaron Kripke, James McCosh Professor of Philosophy, Princeton University: 1968, 1977.
  121. Louis Kronenberger, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1968.
  122. Ursula S. Lamb, deceased.Professor Emeritus of History, University of Arizona: 1968.
  123. Jacob Landau, Artist, Professor Emeritus of Art, Pratt Institute: 1968.
  124. Arthur LaVelle, Professor Emeritus of Anatomy, University of Illinois at the Medical Center, Chicago: 1968.
  125. Irving Lavin, Professor of Art History and Permanent Member, School of Historical Studies, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey: 1968.
  126. David Lazarus, Professor of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: 1968.
  127. Maurice Antoine Lecuyer, Professor of French, Rice University: 1968.
  128. Benjamin W. Lee, Deceased. Nuclear Physics: 1968.
  129. Eric H. Lenneberg, Deceased. Psychology: 1968.
  130. Lawrence Levine, Professor of Biochemistry, Brandeis University: 1968.
  131. John Leon Lievsay, Deceased. 16th and 17th Century English Literature: 1968.
  132. Herbert Samuel Lindenberger, Avalon Foundation Professor of Humanities, Stanford University: 1968.
  133. Lucy R. Lippard, Art Critic, Galisteo, New Mexico: 1968.
  134. Benjamin Y. H. Liu, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, University of Minnesota: 1968.
  135. Kwang-Ching Liu, Emeritus Professor of History, University of California, Davis: 1968.
  136. Shaw Livermore, Jr., Professor of History, University of Michigan: 1968.
  137. Edgar Lohner, Deceased. German: 1968.
  138. Ole Ivar Lövaas, Professor of Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles: 1968.
  139. Robert M. Lumiansky, Deceased. Medieval Studies: 1968.
  140. Ronald Duncan Macfarlane, Professor of Chemistry, Texas A&M University: 1968.
  141. Wilhelm Magnus, Deceased. Mathematics: 1968.
  142. Samuel Maitin, Artist, Philadelphia: 1968.
  143. Saul Maloff, Writer, Southbury, Connecticut: 1968.
  144. Charles Bartlett McGuire, Professor of Public Policy, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  145. James Allen McMurtry, Professor Emeritus of Entomology, University of California, Riverside; Courtesy Professor, Oregon State University: 1968.
  146. George J. McNeil, Deceased. Fine Arts: Painting: 1968.
  147. Arthur B. Metzner, H. Fletcher Brown Professor Emeritus of Chemical Engineering, University of Delaware: 1968.
  148. Harry Alvin Miskimin, Jr., Deceased. Economic History: 1968.
  149. Joseph John Moldenhauer, Mody C. Boatright Regents Professor in American and English Literature, University of Texas at Austin: 1968.
  150. Raymond Joseph Monsen, Jr., Professor Emeritus of Business, Government, and Society, University of Washington: 1968.
  151. Jeanne R. Monty, Professor of French, Tulane University: 1968.
  152. David C. Moore, Associate, Center for European Studies, Harvard University: 1968.
  153. Julius M. Moravcsik, Professor of Philosophy, Stanford University: 1968.
  154. Stephen Ivor Morse, Deceased. Medicine: 1968.
  155. Yiannis N. Moschovakis, Professor of Mathematics, University of California, Los Angeles: 1968.
  156. Simon Charles Moss, M. D. Anderson Professor of Physics, University of Houston: 1968.
  157. Frederick Wade Mote, Professor Emeritus of East Asian Studies, Princeton University: 1968, 1987.
  158. Warner Muensterberger, Psychiatrist, New York City: 1968.
  159. Robert F. Murphy, Deceased. Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University: 1968.
  160. John Joseph Murray, Deceased. British History: 1968.
  161. Mark Nelkin, Research Professor of Physics, New York University: 1968.
  162. Howard Nemerov, Deceased. Poetry: 1968.
  163. Allan Nevins, Deceased. U.S. History: 1968.
  164. Lafayette Noda, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry, Dartmouth Medical School: 1968.
  165. Thomas W. Ogletree, Professor of Theological Ethics, Yale Divinity School: 1968.
  166. Douglas Dean Ohlson, Artist; Professor of Art, Hunter College, City University of New York: 1968.
  167. Harry Meyer Orlinsky, Deceased. Religion: 1968.
  168. James T. Patterson, Professor of History, Brown University: 1968.
  169. Edward Paulson, Professor of Mathematics, Queens College, City University of New York: 1968.
  170. Federico Manuel Peralta Ramos, Argentinian, Fine Arts: 1968
  171. Norman Perrin, Deceased. Religion: 1968.
  172. Robert Louis Pfaltzgraff, Jr., Shelby Cullom Davis Professor of International Security Studies, Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University, Medford Massachusetts: 1968.
  173. Fredrick B. Pike, Professor Emeritus of History, University of Notre Dame: 1968.
  174. David Plowden, Photographer, Winnetka, IL: 1968.
  175. Elijah Polak, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  176. Norman Pollack, Professor Emeritus of History, Michigan State University: 1968.
  177. Derek John de Solla Price, Deceased. History of Science: 1968.
  178. Jaan Puhvel, Professor of Classics and Indo-European Studies, University of California, Los Angeles: 1968.
  179. Calvin F. Quate, Leland T. Edwards Professor of Engineering, Stanford University: 1968.
  180. David John Randall, Professor of Zoology, University of British Columbia: 1968.
  181. Orest Allen Ranum, Professor of History, Johns Hopkins University: 1968.
  182. Roy A. Rappaport, Deceased. Anthropology: 1968.
  183. Jane Cassels Record, Deceased. Sociology: 1968.
  184. Carl P. Resek, Professor of History, State University of New York at Purchase: 1968.
  185. Stanford P. Rosenbaum, Professor Emeritus of English Literature, University College, University of Toronto: 1968.
  186. John David Rosenberg, William Peterfield Trent Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Columbia University: 1968.
  187. Lionel Rothkrug, Professor Emeritus of History, Concordia University: 1968.
  188. Jeffrey Burton Russell, Professor of History, University of California, Santa Barbara: 1968.
  189. Ludwig Sander, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1968.
  190. Andrew Sarris, Film Critic; Professor of Film, Columbia University: 1968.
  191. Peter Eli Schlein, Professor of Physics, University of California, Los Angeles: 1968.
  192. Roger A. Schmitz, Keating-Crawford Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Notre Dame: 1968.
  193. Ivan Albert Schulman, Emeritus Professor of Spanish, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: 1968.
  194. Erich Segal, Writer, New York City: 1968.
  195. Paul H. Shepard, Deceased. General Non-Fiction: 1968.
  196. Sam Shepard, Playwright, Mill Valley, California: 1968, 1971.
  197. Nathan Silver, Architect; London, England: 1968.
  198. Eckehard Peter Herbert Simon, Victor S. Thomas Professor of Germanic Languages and Literatures, Harvard University: 1968.
  199. Isadore M. Singer, Institute Professor, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1968, 1975.
  200. Denis Sinor, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Uralic and Altaic Studies, Indiana University: 1968, 1981.
  201. L. E. Sissman, Deceased. Poetry: 1968.
  202. Philip S. Skell, Professor of Chemistry, Pennsylvania State University: 1968.
  203. Anthony Peter (Tony) Smith, Deceased. Fine Arts-Sculpture: 1968.
  204. Mark Richard Smith, Writer; Emeritus Professor of English, University of New Hampshire: 1968.
  205. Ralph Ingram Smith, Deceased. Biology: 1968.
  206. Gary Snyder, Professor of English, University of California at Davis: 1968.
  207. Charles Philip Sonett, Regents' Professor Emeritus of Planetary Sciences, University of Arizona: 1968.
  208. Anthony Sorce, Artist, New York City: 1968.
  209. George Sperling, UCI Distinguished Professor of Psychology, University of California, Irine: 1968.
  210. Albert Stadler, Artist, New York City: 1968.
  211. Lawrence W. Stark, Professor of Physiological Optics and Engineering Science, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  212. Roger Breed Stein, Emeritus Professor of Art History, University of Virginia at Charlottesville: 1968.
  213. Harry Stone, Professor of English, California State University, Northridge: 1968.
  214. Robert A. Stone, Rosenkranz Writer in Residence, Yale University: 1968.
  215. Andrew Streitwieser, Jr., Professor of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  216. Joseph Sucher, Professor Emeritus of Physics and Astronomy, University of Maryland, College Park: 1968.
  217. Robert Suderburg, Composer in Residence and Professor of Composition, Williams College: 1968, 1974.
  218. Harry Suhl, Professor of Physics, University of California, San Diego: 1968.
  219. Sidney George Tarrow, Maxwell M. Upron Professor of Government, Cornell University: 1968.
  220. Kurt Philip Tauber, The Class of 1924 Professor of Political Science, Williams College: 1968.
  221. Edward W. Tayler, Former Lionel Trilling Professor in the Humanities and Professor of English, Columbia University: 1968.
  222. Bernard Teyssèdre, Professor of Esthetics, University of Paris I; Director, Institute of the Esthetics and Sciences of Art, Paris: 1968.
  223. Trygve R. Tholfsen, Professor Emeritus of History, Teachers College, Columbia University: 1968.
  224. Thomas Darrah Thomas, Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Oregon State University: 1968.
  225. John M. Thompson, Former Associate Director, American Universities Field Staff, Hanover, New Hampshire: 1968.
  226. Lionel Tiger, Charles Darwin Professor of Anthropology, Livingston College, Rutgers University: 1968.
  227. Robert C. Tucker, Professor Emeritus of Politics, Princeton University: 1968.
  228. James W. Valentine, Professor Emeritus of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  229. Cornelius Clarkson Vermeule III, Curator of Classical Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; Curator of Coins, Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston: 1968.
  230. Arthur Taylor von Mehren, Joseph Story Professor Emeritus of Law, Harvard University: 1968.
  231. Speros Vryonis, Jr., Director, Speros Basil Vryonis Center for the Study of Hellenism, Rancho Cordova, California: 1968.
  232. Salih Jawad Wakil, Chairman, Distinguished Service Professor and L. T. Bolin Professor of Biochemistry, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston: 1968.
  233. Clarence Marvin Wayman, Professor of Metallurgical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: 1968.
  234. David Weinrib, Visiting Professor, Artist, Garnerville, New York: 1968.
  235. Stanley Weintraub, Evan Pugh Professor of Arts & Humanities, Pennsylvania State University: 1968.
  236. Siegfried Wenzel, Emeritus Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania: 1968, 1982.
  237. Richard Manning White, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  238. Neil Williams, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1968.
  239. Alan B. Wilson, Professor of Education, University of California, Berkeley: 1968.
  240. Eugene Wong, Associate Director, Physical Science and Engineering, The White House, Washington, D.C.: 1968.
  241. Marshal Henry Wrubel, Deceased. Astronomy-Astrophysics: 1968.
  242. Alfred Chi-Tai Wu, Professor of Physics, University of Michigan: 1968.
  243. Charles Wuorinen, Composer, New York City: 1968, 1972.
  244. John Milton Yinger, Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Anthropology, Oberlin College: 1968.
  245. Oran R. Young, Professor of Environmental Studies and Director, Institute of Arctic Studies, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH: 1968.
  246. Norman Zammitt, Artist, Pasadena, California: 1968.
  247. Martin H. Zimmermann, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1968.
  248. Norman Earl Zinberg, Deceased. Psychology: 1968.
  249. Bruno Zumino, Professor of Physics, University of California, Berkeley: 1968, 1987.

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