List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 2003

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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 2003.

U.S. and Canadian Fellows[edit]

Latin American and Caribbean Fellows[edit]

  • Jorge Mario Aceituno Moreno, Photographer, Santiago, Chile; Professor of Photography, Institute of Arts and Sciences (ARCOS) and University of Chile: Photography.
  • Rafael Barajas Durán, Writer and Cartoonist, La Jornada, Mexico City: Mexican political caricature of combat, 1872-1910.
  • Fernando Juan Birri, Film Maker, Sante Fe, Argentina; Director, Fernando Birri Foundation for Multi-Media Arts: Screenwriting.
  • Rodrigo B. Capaz, Adjunct Professor of Physics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro: First-principles theory of nanosystems.
  • Merle Collins, Professor of Comparative Literature and English, University of Maryland at College Park: Slavery and emancipation in Grenada and Carriacou.
  • Ana Belén Elgoyhen, Adjunct Researcher, National Research Council of Argentina (CONICET): Nicotinic receptors of cochlear hair cells.
  • Rodolfo Enrique Fogwill, Writer, Buenos Aires, Argentina: Fiction.
  • Célia Regina DaSilva García, Professor of Physiology, University of São Paulo, Brazil: Molecular mechanisms for melatonin modulation of the cell cycle of the malaria parasite.
  • Germán Leopoldo García, Director of Education, Descartes Foundation, Buenos Aires, Argentina: The presence of psychiatry in Argentine cultural debates.
  • Antonio García de León, Research Professor, National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), Morelos, Mexico: Colonial Veracruz and its Sotavento Coast, 1519-1821.
  • Daniel García Helder, Poet, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Coordinator, House of Poetry of Buenos Aires: Poetry.
  • Maya Goded Colichio, Photographer, Mexico City: Photography.
  • Adrián Gorelik, Professor of Urban Cultural History, National University of Quilmes, Buenos Aires: The cycle of invention and critique of the "Latin American City".
  • Silvina Gvirtz, Director, School of Education, University of San Andrés, Buenos Aires; Associate Research Professor, National Research Council of Argentina (CONICET): A comparison of models of school governance in Argentina, Brazil, and Nicaragua.
  • Carlos Huneeus, Adjunct Professor of Political Science, Pontifical Catholic University of Chile: Patricio Aylwin and the reestablishment of democracy in Chile.
  • Ana Lía Kornblit, Principal Researcher, National Research Council of Argentina (CONICET); Professor of Social Psychology, University of Buenos Aires: Attitudes, beliefs, and risky sexual behaviors of Buenos Aires youths.
  • Jorge Mario Liderman, Composer, Richmond, California; Professor of Music, University of California, Berkeley: Music composition.
  • Paulo Cesar de Souza Lins, Writer, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Fiction.
  • Gerardo Litvak, Choreographer, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Contemporary Dance Instructor, Ricardo Rojas Cultural Center, University of Buenos Aires: Choreography.
  • Luis Marone, Scientific Researcher, National Research Council of Argentina, (CONICET); Free Professor, National University of Cuyo: Ecology and epistemology.
  • Ursula M. Molter, Associate Professor of Mathematics, University of Buenos Aires; Independent Researcher, National Research Council of Argentina (CONICET): Harmonic analysis and applications.
  • Julio F. Navarro, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, University of Victoria, Canada: The small scale structure of cold dark matter.
  • María Novaro, Film Maker, Mexico City; Instructor in Film, Center for Cinematography Training, National Center for the Arts, Mexico City: Film making.
  • Horacio Armando Paglione, Research Professor, University of Buenos Aires; Director, Center for Documentation and Research of the Leftist Culture in Argentina (CiDInCI): Biographical dictionary of the Argentine left.
  • Alexandre A. Peixoto, Associate Researcher, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation, Rio de Janeiro: Molecular analysis of clock genes in disease vectors.
  • Héctor Pérez-Brignoli, Professor of History, University of Costa Rica: Social conflicts and collective violence in Central America, 1920-1944.
  • Marcelo Pichon Riviére, Writer, Buenos Aires, Argentina: Fiction.
  • Adriana Piscitelli, Senior Researcher and Associate Coordinator and Professor, Center for Gender Studies, State University of Campinas, Brazil: Brazilian women and former sex tourists in Europe.
  • Gustavo Gabriel Politis, Principal Researcher, National Research Council of Argentina (CONICET); Professor of Archaeology, National University of La Plata and National University of the Center of the Province of Buenos Aires: Archaeological research on hunter-gatherer societies of South America.
  • José Osvaldo Previato, Professor of Biophysics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro: Glycobiology and infectious microorganisms.
  • Rafael Radi, Professor of Biochemistry, University of the Republic: Intercellular diffusion and toxicity of peroxynitrite.
  • Mirta Noemí Rosenberg, Poet and Translator, Buenos Aires, Argentina: Poetry.
  • Esteban Roulet, Independent Researcher, National Research Council of Argentina (CONICET): The origin and nature of the highest energy cosmic rays.
  • Luis Enrique Sam Colop, Writer and Lawyer, Guatemala City: A Spanish translation of Popol Wuj.
  • Lygia Sigaud, Professor of Social Anthropology, National Museum, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro: The social origins of inequality in agrarian reform settlements of Northeastern Brazil.
  • Alberto Ure, Professor of Acting, Buenos Aires: Essays on Argentine theater.
  • Jorge Andrés Zgrablich, Professor of Physics, National University of San Luis; Douglas H. Everett Professor of Chemistry, Metropolitan Autonomous University, Iztapalapa: Molecular processes at solid surfaces.

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