List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1969

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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1969 [1]

Fellow Category Field of Study
Jorge Aceves Natural Sciences Molecular & Cellular Biology
John M. Alexander Natural Sciences Chemistry
Leni Alexander Creative Arts Music Composition
Luis Raúl Almodóvar Natural Sciences Plant Sciences
Stanford Anderson Humanities Architecture, Planning, & Design
Richard Allen Askey Natural Sciences Mathematics
Arthur Lee-Francis Askins Humanities Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Anna Balakian Humanities French Literature
Eric A. Barnard Natural Sciences Molecular & Cellular Biology
Erik Barnouw Creative Arts General Nonfiction
Scott Bartlett Creative Arts Film
Damián Carlos Bayón Fine Arts Research
Jose Carlos Becerra Ramos Poetry
Elmer Lewis Becker Molecular & Cellular Biology
Larry S. Bell Fine Arts
Carlos Germán Belli de la Torre Poetry
Michael Benedikt Poetry
Sacvan Bercovitch American Literature
Samuel Morris Berman Physics
Joachim Birke German & Scandinavian Literature
Edward Alan Bloom English Literature
Jacob J. Blum Molecular & Cellular Biology
Charles Kincaid Bockelman Physics
Dwight Bolinger Linguistics
Alfredo S. C. Bolsi Earth Science
Marie Borroff English Literature
Beverly Mary Boyd Medieval Literature
Robert Browning Bradfield Medicine & Health
Ralph Bray Physics
Rubin Bressler Medicine & Health
Roger Hamilton Brown U.S. History
Stephen Douglas Burton Creative Arts Music Composition
Carlos Salvador Carbonell Organismic Biology & Ecology
Manuel Cardona Physics
John Edward Casida Molecular & Cellular Biology
Theodore Grant Castner Physics
Joseph Cerny Chemistry
Seymour Chatman Literary Criticism
Daniel J. Christensen Fine Arts
Alain Clément U.S. History
Paul Joseph Cohen Mathematics
Albert Spaulding Cook Literary Criticism
John R. Coplans Fine Arts Research
Gordon Alexander Craig German & East European History
Richard Lincoln Crocker Music Research
Lewis Perry Curtis British History
Lawrence Frederick Dahl Chemistry
Albert Damon Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Arthur C. Danto Philosophy
Howard Ted Davis Chemistry
Victoria de la Jara Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Walter De Maria Fine Arts
Johannes Martenis Jacob de Wet Plant Sciences
Kenneth M. Dolbeare Political Science
Bernard F. Dukore Theatre Arts
John Edmunds Music Composition
Elliot W. Eisner Education
Bernard F. Erlanger Natural Sciences Molecular & Cellular Biology
Alejandro Feinstein Natural Sciences Astronomy—Astrophysics
George R. Feiwel Social Sciences Economics
Eliot Feld Creative Arts Choreography
Herbert Ferber Creative Arts Fine Arts
Henry Albert Fischel Humanities Near Eastern Studies
Alfred G. Fischer Natural Sciences Earth Science
Stanley Fish Humanities English Literature
Robert Forster Humanities French History
Irwin M. Freedberg Natural Sciences Medicine & Health
William W. Freehling Humanities U.S. History
Margit Frenk Humanities Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Tom S. Fricano Creative Arts Fine Arts
Sheldon Kay Friedlander Natural Sciences Engineering
Edward Allan Frieman Natural Sciences Astronomy—Astrophysics
Ivan Frisch Natural Sciences Applied Mathematics
Alan Garen Physics
William H. Gass Fiction
Jaime F. George Molecular & Cellular Biology
Robert Augustus Georges Folklore & Popular Culture
Brian Albert Gerrish Religion
Ivar Giaever Physics
A. Bartlett Giamatti English Literature
Margaret Brenman Gibson Psychology
Diane Giguère French Literature
Alberto Gironella Fine Arts
Murray Glanzer Psychology
Robert Gomer Chemistry
Joseph Goto Fine Arts
Ronald Gottesman American Literature
Loren R. Graham Russian History
Moltke Stefanus Gram Philosophy
Ralph Greif Applied Mathematics
Reinhold Grimm German & Scandinavian Literature
Erich S. Gruen Classics
Ricardo Gullón Spanish & Portuguese Literature
John Hagan Creative Arts English Literature
Walter S. H. Hamady Fine Arts
William Lee Hansen Education
Chauncey Hare Creative Arts Photography
James Thomas Harrison Poetry
Michael A. Harrison Computer Science
Geoffrey H. Hartman Literary Criticism
Eugene Helfand Chemistry
Juan José Hernández Fiction
William Mayo Hindle Creative Arts Film
Marion E. Hodes Medicine & Health
Donald R. Howard Medieval Literature
Antonín Hruby German & Scandinavian Literature
Chih-tsing Hsia East Asian Studies
Stanley Edgar Hyman Literary Criticism
Jorge Ibargüengoitia Creative Arts Fiction
Will Insley Creative Arts Fine Arts
David J. Jacob Architecture, Planning, & Design
Fredric Ruff Jameson French Literature
Richard C. Jeffrey Philosophy
Daniel D. Joseph Applied Mathematics
Richard Vincent Kadison Mathematics
Ludwig W. Kahn German & Scandinavian Literature
Thomas Kailath Computer Science
Edward J. Kane Economics
Simon Karlinsky Slavic Literature
Gordon D. Kaufman Religion
David Richard Kearns Chemistry
Raymond K. Kent African Studies
Larry Kevan Chemistry
James Roger King Organismic Biology & Ecology
Robert M. Kingdon French History
James L. Kinsey Chemistry
Arthur C. Kirsch English Literature
Ulrich C. Knoepflmacher English Literature
Arthur Kornberg Molecular & Cellular Biology
Robert Alan Kraft Religion
Harry Dieter Krause Law
Irene S. Kubota Creative Arts Fine Arts
David Charles Kubrin Humanities History of Science & Technology
Hilda Kuper Social Sciences Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Norma J. Lang Plant Sciences
Robert Langbaum Literary Criticism
Victor William Laurie Chemistry
Richard S. Lazarus Psychology
Miguel León-Portilla Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Ilse Lehiste Linguistics
Alfred Leslie Fine Arts
Edmund Chi Chien Lin Molecular & Cellular Biology
Roberto Juan Llaryora Sociology
Gerhard Loewenberg Political Science
Francis Donald Logan Medieval History
Edwin London Music Composition
Franklin A. Long Chemistry
Murray Louis Creative Arts Choreography
Danny Lyon Creative Arts Photography
Robert Alan Maguire Slavic Literature
Robert P. Mangold Fine Arts
Ezio Marchi Mathematics
Robert Mortimer Marsh Sociology
Edward Andrew Maser Fine Arts Research
Cormac McCarthy Fiction
James McConica British History
James R. McConkey Fiction
Donald Bertram McIntyre History of Science & Technology
Alan Parkhurst Merriam Anthropology & Cultural Studies
James E. Miller American Literature
Jerome R. Mintz Folklore & Popular Culture
C. Bradley Moore Chemistry
Ivan Morris East Asian Studies
Robert E. Morris Fine Arts
Frederick Mosteller Statistics
Richard L. Myers Creative Arts Film
Gary Baring Nash Humanities U.S. History
Robert A. Nelson Creative Arts Film
Richard E. Norris Plant Sciences
Benedito José Nunes Humanities Latin American Literature
John Opper Creative Arts Fine Arts
Robert Andrew Parker Fine Arts
José Perea-Sasiaín Medicine & Health
Martin Lewis Perl Physics
Richard Henry Popkin Philosophy
Robert C. Postma Fine Arts
John Webb Pratt U.S. History
Jack Preiss Molecular & Cellular Biology
Edward T. Price Geography & Environmental Studies
Frank W. Putnam Molecular & Cellular Biology
Theodore K. Rabb British History
Douglas W. Rae Political Science
Yvonne Rainer Creative Arts Choreography
Peter H. Raven Natural Sciences Plant Sciences
Albert E. Rees Economics
Nicholas V. Riasanovsky Russian History
W. Allyn Rickett East Asian Studies
Philip Rieff Sociology
Henry Schroder Robinson Classics
John Mercel Robson English Literature
Alfredo Rodriguez Arias Theatre Arts
Thomas H. Rogers Fiction
Alan Roper English Literature
George Allan Russell Music Composition
Bruce Martin Russett Political Science
Alan Saret Fine Arts
Edward Vale Sayre Chemistry
John A. Schellman Chemistry
Seymour O. Schlanger Earth Science
Per Fredrik Scholander Medicine & Health
A. C. Scott Theatre Arts
Peter Dale Scott Medieval Literature
L. E. Scriven Engineering
George Andrew Seielstad Astronomy—Astrophysics
Alfred Erich Senn Russian History
Anne Sexton Poetry
Patricia Cayo Sexton Sociology
Norman S. Shiren Physics
John Willard Shy U.S. History
Frank Thomas Siebert Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Anthony E. Siegman Applied Mathematics
Rubens da Silva Santos Earth Science
Art Sinsabaugh Creative Arts Photography
Brian John Skinner Earth Science
G. William Skinner Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Gonzalo Sobejano Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Harvey Sollberger Music Composition
Gabor A. Somorjai Chemistry
Frank J. Sorauf Political Science
Patricia M. Spacks English Literature
Clark C. Spence U.S. History
John Arnott Spence Plant Sciences
George Alexander Starr English Literature
Gunther Siegmund Stent Molecular & Cellular Biology
Fritz Stern German & East European History
Joseph Eugene Stiglitz Economics
Thomas H. Stix Astronomy—Astrophysics
Henry Melson Stommel Earth Science
Myron S. Stout Fine Arts
Robert O. Swain Creative Arts Fine Arts
James Herbert Swinehart Natural Sciences Chemistry
G. Thomas Tanselle Humanities Bibliography
Herbert S. Terrace Social Sciences Psychology
Marcel Tetel Humanities French Literature
Robert Edwards Thach Natural Sciences Chemistry
Stephan Albert Thernstrom Humanities U.S. History
Josiah D. Thompson Humanities Philosophy
Alar Toomre Natural Sciences Astronomy—Astrophysics
Donald T. Trautman Social Sciences Law
Melvin Marvin Tumin Social Sciences Sociology
Bastiaan Cornelis van Fraassen Humanities Philosophy
George T. Walker Creative Arts Music Composition
John M. Wallace Humanities English Literature
John Henry Warkentin Social Sciences Geography & Environmental Studies
Russell F. Weigley Humanities U.S. History
Bernard Weiner Social Sciences Psychology
Roy Weinstein Natural Sciences Physics
Burton A. Weisbrod Social Sciences Economics
Alexander Welsh English Literature
Virgil Keeble Whitaker Humanities English Literature
Robert Lee White Natural Sciences Physics
Harry A. Wilmer Social Sciences Psychology
Richard Saul Wurman Humanities Architecture, Planning, & Design
Alfred Fabian Young Humanities U.S. History
Oscar Yujnovsky Humanities Architecture, Planning, & Design
Fredrik Zachariasen Natural Sciences Physics
Luther Harmon Zeigler Social Sciences Education

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  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2012-08-19. Retrieved 2015-12-10.