List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1981

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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1981.

1981 U.S. and Canadian Fellows[edit]

1981 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows[edit]

  • Hugo Aréchiga, Chief, Postgraduate and Research Studies, Universidad Nacional Autonoma de México, Mexico City: 1981.
  • Reinaldo Arenas, Deceased. Fiction: 1981.
  • Lourdes Arizpe, Research Professor of Social Anthropology, College of Mexico, Mexico City: 1981.
  • Paulo Bruscky, Artist, Recife, Brazil: 1981.
  • Carlos F. Bunge, Senior Research Physicist, Institute of Physics, and Professor of Physics and Chemistry, Biomedical Institute, National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City: 1981.
  • German Cáceres, Composer; President, El Salvador Council for Music: 1981.
  • Adolfo Canitrot, Senior Research Economist, Center for Studies of the State and Society, Buenos Aires: 1981.
  • Rodolfo Cerrón-Palomino, Professor of Linguistics and Director, Center for Applied Linguistics, National University of San Marcos, Lima: 1981.
  • Miguel Cervantes, Artist, Mexico City: 1981.
  • Teresa del Conde, Director, Museum of Fine Arts, Bosque de Chapultepec, Mexico City: 1981.
  • Luis Frangella, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1981
  • Griselda Gambaro, Writer, Buenos Aires: 1981.
  • Néstor García Canclini, Research Professor of Social Anthropology, National School of Anthropology and History, Mexico City; Director, Center for Documentation and Research, National Institute of Fine Arts, Mexico City: 1981.
  • Belita Koiller, Professor of Physics, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro: 1981.
  • Daniel Leyva, Poet; Assistant Director of Cultural Affairs, Ministry of Foreign Relations, Mexico, D.F.: 1981.
  • Sergio Miceli Pessôa de Barros, Fuel Professor of Sociology, University of São Paulo: 1981.
  • Lygia Carvalho Pape, Artist; Adjunct Professor, Center for Architecture and Art, Santa Ursula University, Rio de Janeiro: 1981.
  • M. Blanca París Oddone, Historian, Montevideo: 1981.
  • Arnaldo F. Rocha, Professor of Chemistry, University of Amazonas; Research Chemist, National Research Institute of the Amazon, Manaus: 1981.
  • José Luis Saborío, Professor of Cell Biology, Center for Research and Advanced Studies, National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico City: 1981.
  • Affonso Romano de Sant'Anna, Poet; Professor of Literature, Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro: 1981.
  • Juan Pablo Terra, Deceased. Political Science: 1981.
  • Patricio von Hildebrand, Director, Amazon Research Program, Bogotá: 1981.

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