List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1974


List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1974

List of Guggenheim fellowship winners for 1974.

United States and Canadian fellows

* Hazard Adams, Byron W. and Alice L. Lockwoood Emeritus Professor of Humanities; Professor of English, University of Washington: 1974.
* Flavia Alaya, Professor of Literature and Cultural History, Ramapo College of New Jersey: 1974.
* Edward Alexander, Professor of English, University of Washington: 1974.
* Frederick J. Almgren, Jr., Deceased. Mathematics: 1974.
* Jonathan L. Alperin, Professor of Mathematics, University of Chicago: 1974.
* Donald Appleyard, Deceased. Urban Planning: 1974.
* Michael Asher, Artist, Los Angeles: 1974.
* Jerold Stephen Auerbach, Professor of History, Wellesley College: 1974.
* John Norman Austin, Professor of Classics, University of Massachusetts at Amherst: 1974.
* Andrew S. Bajer, Professor of Biology, University of Oregon: 1974.
* Paul Thornell Baker, Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, Pennsylvania State University: 1974.
* Korkut Bardakci, Professor of Physics, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* John Walton Barker, Jr, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison: 1974.
* William Barrett, Deceased. Philosophy:1974.
* Robert Beauchamp, Deceased. Fine Arts, Painting: 1974.
* Saul Benison, Professor of History;, Professor Emeritus of Environmental Health, College of Medicine, University of Cincinnati: 1974.
* John Calvin Berg, Rehnberg Professor of Chemical Engineering, University of Washington: 1974.
* Stephen Berg, Poet; Professor of English, Philadelphia College of Art: 1974.
* Robert Allan Bernheim, Professor of Chemistry, Pennsylvania State University: 1974.
* Jacob Bigeleisen, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, SUNY-Stony Brook: 1974.
* George R. Bird, Professor of Chemistry, Rutgers University: 1974.
* Joseph Warren Bishop, Jr, Deceased. Law: 1974.
* Nell Blaine, Deceased. Fine Arts, Painting: 1974.
* Laura Bohannan, Professor of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle: 1974.
* Albert Boime, Professor of Art History, University of California, Los Angeles: 1974, 1984.
* Mark Boulby, Professor Emeritus of German, University of British Columbia: 1974.
* Barbara Cherry Bowen, Chair, Professor of French and Comparative Literature, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN: 1974.
* James B. Boyd, Deceased. Biochemistry-Molecular Biology: 1974.
* Roberto G. Brambilla, Architect and Urban Designer, New York City: 1974.
* Roger Ware Brockett, An Wang Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Harvard University: 1974.
* Frederick Phillips Brooks, Jr., Kenan Professor of Computer Science, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: 1974.
* Philip R. Brooks, Professor of Chemistry, Rice University: 1974.
* William Browder, Professor of Mathematics, Princeton University: 1974.
* George Bruening, Professor of Plant Pathology; Biochemist in Experiment Station, University of California, Davis: 1974.
* Jean Louis Bruneau, Professor of French and Comparative Literature, Harvard University: 1974.
* Gerald L. Bruns, William and Hazel White Professor, University of Notre Dame: 1974, 1985.
* Bob B. Buchanan, Professor of Molecular Plant Biology, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* Howard Buchwald, Artist, New York City: 1974.
* Edwin Burmeister, Research Professor of Economics, Duke University: 1974.
* Walter Dean Burnham, Professor of Political Science, University of Texas at Austin: 1974.
* Richard L. Bushman, Morris Professor of History, Columbia University: 1974.
* Joseph A. Callaway, Deceased Senior Professor Emeritus of Old Testament, Southern Baptist Theological Seminary: 1974.
* Martin C. Carey, Professor of Medicine and Professor of Health Sciences and Technology, Harvard Medical School: 1974.
* Stephen McKinley Carr, Architect, Arrowstreet, Inc., Cambridge, Massachusetts: 1974.
* Ronald A. Castellino, Chair, Department of Medical Imaging, Memorial Sloane-Kettering Cancer Center, New York City: 1974.
* Matthew Y. Chen, Professor of Linguistics, University of California, San Diego: 1974.
* Fredi Chiappelli, Deceased. Italian Literature: 1974.
* Allen T. Y. Chwang, Sir Robert Ho Tung Professor and Department Head of Mechanical Engineering, University of Hong Kong : 1974.
* William A. Clemens, Professor of Paleontology, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* William Brooks Clift, III, Photographer, Santa Fe, New Mexico: 1974, 1980.
* Clarence Lee Cline, Ashbel H. Smith Professor Emeritus of English, University of Texas at Austin: 1974.
* George Cohen, Professor Emeritus of Art, Northwestern University: 1974.
* Frank Van Deren Coke, Continuing Visiting Professor, School of Art, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona: 1974.
* Allan Meakin Collins, Research Professor of Education, Boston College and Professor of Education & Social Policy, Northwestern University: 1974.
* Alfred Fletcher Conard, Henry M Butzel Professor Emeritus of Law, University of Michigan: 1974.
* Carl Allin Cornell, Professor of Civil Engineering: 1974.
* James Welton Cornman, Deceased. Philosophy: 1974.
* Thomas Joseph Cottle, Professor of Education, Boston University: 1974.
* Diana Crane, Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania: 1974.
* Ernest R. Davidson, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Indiana University: 1974.
* Bertram H. Davis, Professor of English, Florida State University: 1974.
* Gene Davis, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1974.
* Kenneth Sydney Davis, Deceased. Biography: 1974.
* John M. Deutch, Institute Professor of Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1974.
* Michael Di Biase, Photographer: 1974.
* Penelope Billings Reed Doob, Professor of English and Multidisciplinary Studies, York University, Ontario, Canada: 1974.
* Jack Daniel Douglas, Professor of Sociology, University of California, San Diego: 1974.
* James Dow, Photographer; Instructor in Photography, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston: 1974.
* Brian Dutton, Deceased. Spanish and Portuguese Literature: 1974.
* Clifford John Earle, Jr., Professor of Mathematics, Cornell University: 1974.
* Harry Eckstein, deceased.UCI Distinguished Professor and Professor of Political Science, University of California, Irvine: 1974.
* Scott McNeil Eddie, Professor of Economics, University of Toronto: 1974.
* Robert S. Edgar, Professor Emeritus of Biology, University of California, Santa Cruz: 1974.
* Russell Edson, Writer, Darien, Connecticut: 1974.
* William J. Eggleston, Photographer, Memphis: 1974.
* Eldon J. Epp, Harkness Professor Emeritus of Biblical Literature and Dean Emeritus of Humanities and Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University: 1974.
* Solomon David Erulkar, Deceased. Neuroscience: 1974.
* Susan M. Ervin-Tripp, Professor of Rhetoric, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* Stephanie Evanitsky, Choreographer, New York City: 1974.
* Thomas E. Everhart, President Emeritus, California Institute of Technology: 1974.
* Gerald David Fasman, Louis I. and Bessie Rosenfield Professor of Biochemistry, Brandeis University: 1974, 1988.
* Joel Feinberg, Regents Professor of Philosophy and Law, University of Arizona: 1974.
* Gerald R. Fink, American Cancer Society Professor of Genetics, Whitehead Institute for Biomedical Research, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1974.
* Frank W. Fitch, Albert D. Lasker Professor Emeritus in the Medical Sciences; Director, The Ben May Institute, University of Chicago: 1974.
* George William Flynn, Eugene Higgins Professor of Chemistry, Columbia University: 1974.
* Paul Foster, Playwright; President, La Mama Theatre, New York City: 1974.
* Primous Fountain, Composer, Chicago: 1974, 1977.
* Phyllis Joan Freeman, Senior Editor, Translator, and Scholar, Great Neck, New York: 1974.
* Donald M. Friedman, Professor of English, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* Frank Gagliano, Playwright; Benedum Professor of Playwriting, University of West Virginia: 1974.
* Richard Newton Gardner, Professor of Law and International Organization, Columbia University: 1974.
* George Palmer Garrett, Writer; Henry Hoyns Professor of English, University of Virginia at Charlottesville: 1974.
* Theodore Henry Geballe, Theodore and Sydney Rosenberg Professor Emeritus of Applied Physics, Stanford University: 1974.
* Irma Gigli, The Walter and Mary Mischer Professor in Molecular Medicine, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston: 1974.
* Charles Ginnever, Artist, New York City: 1974.
* Seymour Ginsburg, Fletcher Jones Professor of Computer Science, University of Southern California: 1974.
* Ira Gitler, Jazz Faculty, Manhattan School of Music: 1974.
* Dohn George Glitz, Emeritus Professor of Biological Chemistry, University of California, Los Angeles: 1974.
* Bernard R. Goldstein, Associate Professor, Jewish Studies Program and Department of History and Philosophy of Science, University of Pittsburgh: 1974.
* Melvin J. Goldstein, Senior Investigator, Bromine Compounds, Ltd., Beer Sheva, Israel: 1974.
* Robert E. Goldstein, Director, Division of Cardiology; Professor of Medicine and Physiology, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland: 1974.
* Emmet Gowin, Photographer; Professor of Photography, Princeton University: 1974.
* Martin Burgess Green, Emeritus Professor of English, Tufts University: 1974, 1977.
* Stephen J. Greenblatt, Harry Levin Professor of Literature, Harvard University: 1974, 1982.
* Leonard Gross, Professor of Mathematics, Cornell University: 1974.
* Howard E. Gruber, Professor of Psychology, Teachers College, Columbia University: 1974.
* Werner L. Gundersheimer, Director, Folger Shakespeare Library, Washington, D.C.: 1974.
* Jean Howard Hagstrum, Deceased. 18th Century English Literature: 1974.
* David Nicholas Hancock, Deceased. Film: 1974.
* Joel F. Handler, Professor of Law, University of California, Los Angeles: 1974.
* Louis Rudolph Harlan, Distinguished Professor of History, University of Maryland, College Park: 1974.
* Robert Haselkorn, Fanny L. Pritzker DIstinguished Service Professor of Biophysics and Theoretical Biology, University of Chicago: 1974.
* Shirley Hazzard, Writer, New York City: 1974.
* Eliot S. Hearst, Adjunct Professor of Psychology, University of Arizona: 1974.
* Barbara Hinckley, Deceased. Political Science: 1974.
* Peter Crafts Hodgson, Charles G. Finney Professor of Theology, Vanderbilt University: 1974.
* Jill Hoffman, Poet, New York City: 1974.
* William M. Hoffman, Playwright, New York City: 1974.
* Harry P. C. Hogenkamp, Professor of Biochemistry, University of Minnesota: 1974.
* Paul Hollander, Professor of Sociology, University of Massachusetts at Amherst: 1974.
* Ralph Leslie Holloway, Jr, Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University: 1974.
* Raymond Frederick Hopkins, Richter Professor of Political Science, Swarthmore College: 1974.
* William DeWitt Horrocks, Jr., Professor of Chemistry, Pennsylvania State University: 1974.
* Richard G. Hovannisian, Professor of History, University of California, Los Angeles: 1974.
* Sandria Hu, Artist; Professor of Art, University of Houston at Clear Lake City: 1974.
* Francis Gilman Hutchins, Director, Amarta Press, West Franklin, New Hampshire: 1974.
* John Woodside Hutchinson, Gordon McKay Professor of Applied Mechanics, Harvard University: 1974.
* Akira Iriye, Professor of American Diplomatic History, University of Chicago: 1974.
* James Francis Ivory, Film Maker, New York City: 1974.
* John M. Jacobus, Professor of Art, Dartmouth College: 1974.
* Charles Wilson Brega James, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1974.
* Martin E. Jay, Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* Robert Eugene Jensen, Professor of Accounting, Trinity University: 1974.
* Robert Earl Johannes, Marine Ecologist, Tasmania, Australia: 1974.
* Gerald Jonas, Writer, New York City: 1974.
* Sanford H. Kadish, Morrison Professor Emeritus of Law, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* Sidney Henry Kahana, Senior Scientist, Brookhaven National Laboratory: 1974.
* Michael Kassler, Managing Director, Michael Kassler and Associates, McMahons Point, Australia: 1974.
* Israel Joseph Katz, Research Associate, Teaneck, NJ: 1974.
* Jane A. Kaufman, Artist, New York City: 1974.
* Donald R. Kelley, James Westfall Thompson Professor of History, Rutgers University: 1974, 1981.
* George Armstrong Kelly, Deceased. Political Science: 1974.
* Norman Kelvin, Professor of English, City College, City University of New York: 1974.
* Tracy S. Kendler, Emeritus Professor of Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara: 1974.
* Frank J. Kerr, Professor Emeritus of Astronomy, University of Maryland: 1974.
* André Kertész, Deceased. Photography: 1974.
* Robion Cromwell Kirby, Professor of Mathematics, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* Lewis J. Kleinsmith, Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Biology, University of Michigan: 1974.
* Bettina L. Knapp, Professor of Romance Languages and Comparative Literature, Hunter College and Graduate Center, City University of New York: 1974.
* Etheridge Knight, Deceased. Poetry: 1974.
* Alan J. Kohn, Professor of Zoology, University of Washington: 1974.
* Philip A. Kuhn, Francis Lee Higginson Professor of History and of East Asian Languages and Civilizations, Harvard University: 1974.
* Meyer Kupferman, Composer; Emeritus Professor of Composition and Chamber Music, Sarah Lawrence College: 1974.
* Phyllis Lamhut, Choreographer; Artistic Director, Phyllis Lamhut Dance Company, Inc.; Instructor, Tisch School of the Arts, New York University: 1974.
* Elinor Langer, Writer; Portland, Oregon: 1974.
* James S. Langer, Professor of Physics, University of California, Santa Barbara: 1974.
* Christopher Lasch, Deceased. U.S. History: 1974.
* Bibb Latané, Professor of Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: 1974.
* James Ronald Lawler, Edward Carson Waller Professor of French, University of Chicago: 1974.
* John Scott Leigh, Jr., Professor of Biochemistry/Biophysics,Director, Metabolic Magnetic Resonance Research Center, University of Pennsylvania: 1974.
* J. A. Leo Lemay, H. F. du pont Winterthur Professor of English, University of Delaware: 1974.
* James T. Lemon, Emeritus Professor of Geography, University of Toronto: 1974.
* Fred Lerdahl, Composer; Fritz Reiner Professor of Music Composition, Columbia University: 1974.
* Barry Edward Le Va, Artist, New York City: 1974.
* David Ford Lindsley, Associate Professor of Physiology,University of Southern California School of Medicine: 1974.
* Stuart Michael Linn, Head, Professor of Biochemistry, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* Edgar Lipworth, Deceased. Particle Physics: 1974.
* Robert Shing-Hei Liu, Professor of Chemistry, University of Hawaii at Manoa: 1974.
* Leon Livingstone, Professor Emeritus of Spanish, State University of New York at Buffalo: 1974.
* Claudia A. Lopez, Writer; Editor Emeritus, The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, Yale University: 1974.
* Susan Lowey, Professor of Biochemistry, Brandeis University: 1974.
* Joaquin Mazdak Luttinger, Deceased. Physics: 1974.
* James Karl Lyon, Scheuber-Veinz Professor of German, Brigham Young University: 1974.
* Frank MacShane, Writer; Professor of Writing School of the Arts, Columbia University: 1974.
* Leon Madansky, Decker Professor of Physics, Johns Hopkins University: 1974.
* William Majors, Deceased. Fine Arts-Graphics: 1974.
* Edward E. Malefakis, Professor of History, Columbia University: 1974.
* John Frederick Manley, Associate Professor of Political Science, Stanford University: 1974.
* Nicholas Marsicano, Deceased. Fine Arts-Drawing: 1974.
* Donald B. Martin, Emeritus Professor of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania: 1974.
* Jack Matthews, Writer; Distinguished Professor of English, Ohio University: 1974.
* John Patrick McCall, Consultant, Xavier University, New Orleans, Louisiana; President Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of English, Knox College: 1974.
* Frank D. McConnell, Deceased. 19th Century English Literature: 1974.
* Tom McHale, Deceased. Fiction: 1974.
* John Paul McTague, Associated Director, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Washington DC: 1974.
* Mark Medoff, Playwright; Professor Emeritus of Theatre Arts & English, New Mexico State University: 1974.
* Joan P. Mencher, Professor of Anthropology, The Graduate Center, City University of New York: 1974.
* Roger Mertin, Photographer; Professor of Fine Arts, University of Rochester: 1974.
* Christopher Middleton, Writer; David J. Bruton Centennial Professor Emeritus of Germanic Languages, University of Texas at Austin: 1974.
* Barbara Stoler Miller, Deceased. East Asian Studies: 1974.
* Clement A. Miller, Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts, John Carroll University: 1974.
* Harold A. Mooney, Paul S. Achilles Professor of Environmental Biology, Stanford University: 1974.
* George H. Morrison, Professor of Chemistry, Cornell University: 1974.
* Raymond Dale Mountain, NIST Fellow: 1974.
* Michael Murrin, Professor of English and of the Humanities, and Professor of Religion and Literature, University of Chicago: 1974.
* Thea Musgrave, Composer, New York City; Distinguished Professor of Music, Queens College, CUNY, Flushing NY: 1974, 1982.
* Pandit Pran Nath, Deceased. Music Composition: 1974.
* Victor Saul Navasky, Writer; Publisher, Editorial Director, The Nation, New York City: 1974.
* Alan H. Nelson, Professor of English, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* Gerry Neugebauer, Professor of Physics, California Institute of Technology: 1974.
* Charles Newman, Writer; Professor of English, Washington University: 1974.
* Brian E. Newton, Professor Emeritus of Linguistics, Simon Fraser University: 1974.
* Ernest Pascal Noble, Pike Professor of Alcohol Studies, University of California, Los Angeles: 1974.
* Richard Nonas, Artist, New York City: 1974.
* Barbara Novak, Professor of Art History, Barnard College, Columbia University: 1974.
* Wallace Eugene Oates, Professor of Economics, University of Maryland, College Park: 1974.
* Ken T. Ohara, Photographer, Glendale, California: 1974.
* Tetsu Okuhara, Photographer, New York City: 1974.
* Bernard Jay Paris, Emeritus Professor of English, University of Florida: 1974.
* Hershel Parker, H. Fletcher Brown Professor of American Romanticism, University of Delaware: 1974.
* Robert Ladislav Parker, Associate Professor of Geophysics, University of California, San Diego: 1974.
* Philip Pechukas, Professor of Chemistry, Columbia University: 1974.
* Joel Perlman, Artist; Instructor in Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts, New York City: 1974.
* Robert P. Perry, Senior Member, Institute for Cancer Research; Professor of Biophysics, University of Pennsylvania: 1974.
* Barbara G. Pickard, Professor of Biology, Washington University: 1974.
* Robert Pirsig, Writer, Portsmouth, New Hampshire: 1974.
* Richard Poirier, Marius Bewley Professor of English, Rutgers University: 1974.
* Edward C. Prescott, Professor of Economics, University of Minnesota: 1974.
* Douglas Radcliff-Umstead, Deceased. Italian Literature: 1974.
* J. Austin Ranney, Professor of Political Science, University of California at Berkeley: 1974.
* Klaus Raschke, Professor, Plant Physiology Institute, University of Göttingen: 1974.
* Edward Reich, Distinguished Professor of Pharmacology, SUNY at Stony Brook: 1974.
* Erica Reiner, John A. Wilson Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of Assyriology, University of Chicago: 1974.
* Richard Rhodes, Writer, Cambridge, Massachusetts: 1974.
* Frank M. Richter, Chair, Professor of Geophysics, University of Chicago: 1974.
* Robert E. Ricklefs, Curators' Professor of Biology, University of Missouri-St. Louis: 1974.
* Brunilde S. Ridgway, Rhys Carpenter Professor Emeritus of Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, Bryn Mawr College: 1974.
* Richard Robbins, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, University of Massachusetts at Boston: 1974.
* Fred Colson Robinson, Douglas Tracy Smith Professor of English, Yale University: 1974.
* James William Robinson, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge): 1974.
* Paul Sheldon Ronder, Deceased. Film: 1974.
* David Rosand, Meyer Schapiro Professor of Art History, Columbia University: 1974.
* Fred S. Rosen, President, Center for Blood Research and James L. Gamble Professor of Pediatrics, Harvard Medical School: 1974.
* Milton J. Rosenberg, Professor of Psychology, University of Chicago: 1974.
* Lillian Ross, Writer; Staff Writer, The New Yorker Magazine: 1974.
* John Roger Roth, Distinguished Professor of Biology, University of Utah: 1974.
* Albert Rothenberg, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry, Yale University: 1974.
* Jerome Rothenberg, Poet; Emeritus Professor of English, University of California-San Diego: 1974.
* Lawrence Ryan, Professor of German, University of Massachusetts at Amherst: 1974.
* Ryuzo Sato, C.V. Starr Professor of Economics, New York University: 1974.
* R. Murray Schafer, Composer, Occidental, California: 1974.
* Paul Namon Schatz, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, University of Virginia: 1974.
* Leo F. Schnore, Deceased. Sociology: 1974.
* David Schoenbaum, Professor of History, The University of Iowa: 1974.
* John Luther Schofill, Jr., Film Maker, Seaside, California: 1974.
* Martin E. Seligman, Bob and Arlene Kogod Term Chair, University of Pennsylvania: 1974.
* Edwin Bennett Shostak, Artist, New York City: 1974.
* Marcia B. Siegel, Emeritus Professor of Performance Studies, New York University: 1974.
* David Oliver Siegmund, Professor of Statistics, Stanford University: 1974.
* Paul B. Sigler, Professor and Investigator, Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Yale University: 1974.
* Thomas Elliott Skidmore, Carlos Manuel de Céspedes Profe ssor of Modern Latin American History, Brown University: 1974.
* Lawrence Sklar, William K. Frankena Collegiate Professor and Professor of Philosophy, University of Michigan: 1974.
* Douglas Milton Sloan, Associate Professor of History and Education, Teachers College, Columbia University: 1974.
* Patricia H. Sloane, Professor of Art, New York City Community College, City University of New York: 1974.
* Steven Sloman, Artist; Instructor in Painting and Associate Dean, New York Studio School: 1974.
* Henry Nash Smith, Deceased. American Literature: 1974.
* Walter L. Smith, Statistics: 1974.
* Roman Smoluchowski, Deceased. Physics: 1974.
* Robert Somerville, Professor of Religion and History, Columbia University: 1974, 1987.
* Frederick Sommer, Deceased. Photography: 1974.
* James Keith Sonnier, Artist, New York City: 1974. Pseudonym: Sonnier, Keith.
* Edward A. Spiegel, Professor of Astronomy, Columbia University: 1974.
* Hans-Peter Stahl, Andrew W. Mellon Professor of Classics, University of Pittsburgh: 1974.
* Robert Culp Stalnaker, Professor of Philosophy, M.I.T., Cambridge, MA: 1974.
* Howard Stein, Professor of Philosophy, University of Chicago: 1974.
* Ralph Steiner, Deceased. Film: 1974.
* Alfred C. Stepan, Burgess Professor of Political Science, Columbia University: 1974.
* Shlomo Sternberg, Professor of Mathematics, Harvard University: 1974.
* David F. Stock, Composer; Professor of Music, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh: 1974.
* Alfred Stracher, Chairman, Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry, State University of New York Downstate Medical Center at Brooklyn: 1974.
* Mark Strand, Poet; Andrew MacLeish Distinguished Service Professor, University of Chicago: 1974.
* William B. Streett, Joseph Silbert Dean of Engineering, Emeritus, Cornell University: 1974.
* Jack L. Strominger, Higgins Professor of Biochemistry, Harvard University: 1974.
* Robert Dale Sweeney, Classics, Fayetteville, Tennessee: 1974.
* Julian Szekely, Deceased. Engineering: 1974.
* William Tarr, Sculptor, Sarasota, Florida: 1974.
* Alexander Theroux, Writer, West Barnstable, Massachusetts: 1974.
* Charles Tilly, Professor of Sociology, Columbia University: 1974.
* Humphrey Tonkin, President Emeritus; University Professor of the Humanities, University of Hartford: 1974.
* Preston A. Trombly, Composer, New York City: 1974.
* Alwyn Scott Turner, Photographer, Manzanita, Oregon: 1974.
* Robert Y. Turner, Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania: 1974.
* James A. Turrell, Artist, Flagstaff, Arizona: 1974.
* Paolo Valesio, Director of Graduate Studies; Professor of Italian Linguistics, Yale University: 1974.
* John Britton Vickery, Vice Chancellor, University of California, Riverside: 1974.
* David Von Schlegell, Deceased. Fine Arts, Sculpture: 1974.
* Alexander Vucinich, Professor Emeritus of History and Sociology of Science, University of Pennsylvania: 1974, 1985.
* R. Stephen Warner, Professor of Sociology, University of Illinois at Chicago: 1974.
* Watt Wetmore Webb, S. B. Eckert Professor in Engineering and Professor of Applied Physics, Cornell University: 1974.
* Michael A. Weinstein, Professor of Political Science, Purdue University: 1974.
* William Ira Weisberger, Professor of Physics, State University of New York at Stony Brook: 1974.
* Ulrich W. Weisstein, Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature and of Germanic Studies, Indiana University: 1974.
* Frank Simon Werblin, Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* Winthrop Wetherbee, Avalon Foundation Professor in the Humanities, Cornell University: 1974..
* Donald F. Wheelock, Composer; Associate Professor of Music, Smith College: 1974, 1984.
* Reed Whittemore, Professor of English, University of Maryland, College Park: 1974. Appointed as Whittemore, Edward Reed.
* C. K. Williams, Poet, Greensboro, North Carolina: 1974.
* Gernot Ludwig Windfuhr, Professor of Iranian Studies, University of Michigan: 1974.
* Marian Hannah Winter, Deceased. Theatre Arts: 1974.
* Eugene Victor Wolfenstein, Professor of Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles: 1974.
* Don Worth, Photographer; Professor of Art, San Francisco State University: 1974.
* Jay Wright, Poet, Bradford, Vermont: 1974.
* Sanford Wurmfeld, Artist; Chair, Professor of Art, Hunter College, City University of New York: 1974.
* Bertram Wyatt-Brown, Richard J. Milbauer Professor of History, University of Florida: 1974.
* Gabrielle Yablonsky, Research Associate, Center for South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley: 1974.
* Susan Yankowitz, Playwright, New York City: 1974.
* Robert Yaris, Professor of Chemistry, Washington University: 1974.
* Al Young, Writer, Palo Alto, California: 1974.
* John A. Yount, Writer; Emeritus Professor of English, University of New Hampshire: 1974.
* Harris P. Zeigler, Distinguished University Professor of Psychology, Hunter College, City University of New York: 1974.
* Paul F. Zweifel, University Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University: 1974.

Latin American and Caribbean Fellows

* René Acuña-Sandoval, Research Ethnohistorian, Institute of Philological Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico: 1974, 1983.
* Adela Lea Baider, Associate Professor, Medical Psychology, Director, Psycho-Oncology Unit, Sharett Institute of Oncology, Jerusalem: 1974.
* José Francisco S. Bianco, Deceased. Fiction: 1974.
* Alfredo Bryce Echenique, Writer, Spain: 1974.
* Augusto Ricardo Cardich, Professor Emeritus of American Archaeology, National University of La Plata: 1974.
* Marcelino Cereijido, Professor of Physiology, Center for Research and Advanced Studies, National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico City: 1974.
* Miguel Condé, Artist (painting, drawing and etching), Madrid and Barcelona, Spain: 1974.
* Héctor Luis D'Antoni, Senior Research Scientist, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, California: 1974.
* Humberto Diaz-Casanueva, Deceased. General Nonfiction: 1974.
* Manuel Felguérez, Artist; Instructor in the Visual Arts, National School of Plastic Arts, National Autonomous University of Mexico: 1974.
* Juan H. Fernández, Professor of Biology, University of Chile: 1974.
* Erasmo Madureira Ferreira, Professor of Physics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro: 1974.
* Risieri Frondizi, Deceased. Philosophy: 1974.
* Juan José Gurrola Iturriaga, Playwright; Advisor for Cultural Affairs, National Autonomous University of Mexico: 1974.
* Celia Jakubowicz de Matzkin, Research Associate, Laboratory of Experimental Psychology, University of Paris V: 1974.
* Pablo Macera, Professor of Social Sciences, National University of San Marcos: 1974.
* Clodomiro Marticorena, Professor of Botany, University of Concepción: 1974.
* Luiz C. M. Miranda, Technical Director, Institute of Advanced Studies, Aerospace Technological Institute Sao José dos Campos, Brazil: 1974.
* Norma Bahia Pontes, Film Maker, Río de Janeiro: 1974. aka Bahia, Norma.
* Alberto Carlos Riccardi, Professor of Paleotology, National University of La Plata; Head Division of Invertebrate Paleozoology, Museum of La Plata: 1974.
* Neantro Saavedra Rivano, Professor of Mathematics, Simón Bolívar University: 1974.
* Juan Alberto Schnack, Career Investigator, National Council of Argentina; Instructor, Institute of Limnology,University of La Plata: 1974.
* Javier Sologuren Moreno, Writer, Lima, Peru: 1974.
* Mario Suwalsky Weinzimmer, Professor of Chemistry, University of Concepción: 1974.
* Mario Toral, Artist, New York City: 1974.
* Roberto Torretti, Professor of Philosophy, University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras: 1974, 1980.
* Claudio Véliz, Director, University Professors Program, Boston University: 1974.
* Mario Vergara Martínez, Professor of Geology, University of Chile: 1974.
* Raymond O'Neil Wells, Jr., Professor of Mathematics, Rice University: 1974.

External links

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ee also

*Guggenheim Fellowship


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