List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1956


List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1956

=1956 U.S. and Canadian Fellows=

* Adam Abruzzi. Engineering: 1956.
* Edward Allen Adelberg, Emeritus Professor of Human Genetics, Yale University: 1956, 1965.
* Max Alfert, Professor Emeritus of Biology, University of California, Berkeley: 1956.
* Roger William Anliker, Painter; Professor Emeritus of Painting, Tyler School of Art, Temple University: 1956.
* Gustaf Olof Svante Arrhenius, Professor of Oceanography, Scripps Institute of Oceanography, University of California, San Diego: 1956.
* William Ayres Arrowsmith. Classics: 1956.
* John Arthos, Hereward T. Price Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of English Language and Literature, University of Michigan: 1956.
* Karl Aschenbrenner. Philosophy: 1956.
* Donald Leslie Augustine. Medicine: 1956.
* Margaret Kirkland Avison, Poet, Toronto: 1956.
* Herschel Clay Baker. Literary Criticism: 1956, 1963.
* Edward William Barankin. Mathematics: 1956.
* Richard Bardolph, Jefferson Standard Professor Emeritus of History, University of North Carolina at Greensboro: 1956.
* Walter Jackson Bate. 19th Century English Literature: 1956, 1965.
* William Jack Baumol, Joseph Douglas Green, 1895, Emeritus Professor of Economics, Princeton University; Professor of Economics, New York University: 1956.
* Marvin Burton Becker, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Michigan: 1956.
* Jack Leonard Benson, Professor Emeritus of Archaeology and Art History, University of Massachusetts at Amherst: 1956.
* Stewart D. Bloom, Senior Staff Physicist, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, and Emeritus Professor of Applied Physics, University of California, Davis: 1956.
* Heinz Bluhm, Professor Emeritus of Germanic Studies, Boston College: 1956.
* George Boas. Philosophy: 1956.
* David M. Bonner. Biochemistry: 1956.
* Wayne Clayson Booth, George M. Pullman Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus of English and of the Humanities, University of Chicago: 1956, 1969.
* Ralph Wilfred Borge, Painter; Professor of Painting and Drawing, California College of Arts and Crafts: 1956.
* Arthur J. Boucot, Distinguished Professor of Zoology & Geology, Oregon State University: 1956.
* Daniel C. Boughner. Renaissance Studies: 1956, 1958.
* Peter Muschamp Boyd-Bowman, Emeritus Professor of Spanish Linguistics, State University of New York at Buffalo: 1956.
* Nathan Broder. Music Research: 1956.
* Harvey Brooks, Professor of Technology and Public Policy Emeritus, Harvard University: 1956.
* Reuben Arthur Brower. English Literature: 1956, 1965.
* Allan H. Brown, Professor Emeritus of Biology, University of Pennsylvania: 1956.
* E. Cary Brown, Professor of Economics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1956.
* Spencer Wharton Brown. Biology-Plant Science: 1956.
* Stuart MacDonald Brown, Jr.. Philosophy: 1956.
* Gene Blakely Carpenter, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Brown University: 1956.
* Peter Charanis. History: 1956.
* Vernon H. Cheldelin. Chemistry: 1956.
* Huai Chang Chiang, Professor Emeritus of Entomology, Fisheries, and Wildlife, University of Minnesota: 1956.
* Arthur LeRoy Cohen, Professor of Botany and Biological Sciences, Washington State University: 1956.
* I. Bernard Cohen, Victor S. Thomas Professor Emeritus of the History of Science, Harvard University: 1956.
* Robert Greer Cohn, Professor of French, Stanford University: 1956, 1985.
* Julian David Cole. Mathematics: 1956.
* Pleasant J. Conkwright, Jr. Fine Arts Research: 1956.
* Elias James Corey, Sheldon Emery Professor of Organic Chemistry, Harvard University: 1956, 1968.
* Israel I. Cornet. Engineering: 1956.
* Frank Albert Cotton, W.T. Dougherty-Welch Foundation Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, Texas A& M University: 1956, 1989.
* William G(arrett) Crane. Renaissance Studies: 1956.
* Hans Theodor A David. Music Research: 1956.
* Sidney Davidson, Ernst & Young Distinguished Service Professor of Accounting, Emeritus, University of Chicago: 1956.
* Moshe Davis. U.S. History: 1956.
* Thomas Edward Davitt. Law: 1956.
* Christopher Mounsey Dawson. Classics: 1956.
* Glanville Downey. Classics: 1956.
* Louisa Dresser, Deceased Trustee, Worcester Art Museum, Massachusetts: 1956.
* Walter Francis Richard Edgell, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Purdue University: 1956.
* Soren Christian Egerod. East Asian Studies: 1956.
* Lorenz Edwin Alfred Eitner, Osgood Hooker Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts, Stanford University: 1956.
* William Hanna Elder, William Rucker Professor Emeritus of Natural Resources, University of Missouri-Columbia: 1956.
* Theodore Enns. Physics: 1956.
* Emil Ludwig Fackenheim, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy, University of Toronto: 1956.
* W. Conard Fernelius. Chemistry: 1956.
* Henry George Fischer, Lila Acheson Wallace Research Curator Emeritus of Egyptian Art, Metropolitan Museum of Art: 1956.
* Carlisle Floyd, Composer, Houston, Texas; Professor Emeritus of Music, University of Houston: 1956.
* Sherman Frankel, Professor of Physics, University of Pennsylvania: 1956, 1978.
* William Frederick Fry, Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of Wisconsin-Madison: 1956.
* Roland Mushat Frye, Chairman, Center of Theological Inquiry, Princeton, NJ: 1956, 1973.
* Wolfgang Heinrich Fuchs. Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Cornell University: 1956.
* Harry Wilks Fulbright, Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of Rochester: 1956.
* Hans Wilhelm Gatzke. German and East European History: 1956.
* Perry W. Gilbert. Biology & Ecology: 1956, 1963.
* Myron Piper Gilmore. Law, Renaissance Studies: 1956.
* Thomas Paton Goodman. Engineering: 1956.
* Robert Aaron Gordon. Economics: 1956.
* Charles Mayo Goss. History of Science: 1956.
* David Granick. Economic History: 1956.
* Melvin Martin Green, Professor Emeritus of Genetics, University of California, Davis: 1956, 1968.
* Albert Joseph Guerard, Albert Guerard Professor Emeritus of Literature, Stanford University: 1956.
* Edmund Thomas Haines. Music Composition: 1956, 1957.
* Mason Haire. Professor Emeritus of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1956.
* Seymour Putterman Halbert, Former Vice President for Research and Development, Cordis Research Corporation, Miami, Florida: 1956.
* Oscar Halecki. German & East European History: 1956.
* Joseph Pratt Harris. Political Science: 1956.
* Joseph Lawson Hodges, Jr., Professor of Statistics, University of California, Berkeley: 1956.
* Brian Francis Hoffman, David Hosack Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University: 1956.
* Vivian Constance Hopkins. American Literature: 1956.
* Leo Hughes, Professor Emeritus of English, University of Texas at Austin: 1956.
* John P. Hultberg, Artist, New York City: 1956.
* Raymond M. Immerwahr, Professor Emeritus of German, University of Western Ontario: 1956.
* John David Jackson, Emeritus Professor of Physics, University of California, Berkeley: 1956.
* William Jaffé. Economics: 1956.
* Myron A. Jeppesen. Physics: 1956.
* Edgar Johnson. 19th Century English Literature: 1956, 1966.
* Paul Alfred Jorgensen, Professor Emeritus of English, University of California, Los Angeles: 1956.
* Nathan Kaliss, Senior Staff Scientist Emeritus, Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, Maine: 1956.
* Martin David Kamen, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, University of California, San Diego: 1956, 1972.
* David Karp, Writer, New York City: 1956.
* Lloyd A. W. Kasten, Solalinde Professor Emeritus of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Wisconsin-Madison: 1956.
* Joseph J. Katz, Senior Scientist Emeritus, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL: 1956
* Walter Joseph Kauzmann, David B. Jones Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Princeton University: 1956, 1974.
* John Haskell Kemble. U.S. History: 1956.
* William Hugh Kenner, Emeritus Professor of English, University of Georgia: 1956, 1963.
* John Edgar Kilpatrick. Chemistry: 1956.
* Earl Kim, Composer; James Edward Ditson Professor Emeritus of Music, Harvard University: 1956.
* Robert Starr Kinsman, Professor Emeritus of English, University of California, Los Angeles: 1956.
* Gordon Macdonald Kirkwood, Frederic J. Whiton Professor Emeritus of Classics, Cornell University: 1956.
* Bernard M. Knox, Professor Emeritus of Greek, Yale University and Director Emeritus, Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, D.C.: 1956.
* James Stark Koehler, Professor of Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: 1956.
* Gwin Jackson Kolb, Chester D. Tripp Professor Emeritus of English, University of Chicago: 1956.
* Josef Korbel. Russian Studies: 1956.
* Murray Krieger, University Professor of English, University of California, Irvine: 1956, 1961.
* Roger Edward Kuntz. Fine Arts-Painting: 1956.
* Stephan Kuttner. Law: 1956, 1966.
* Ezra Laderman, Composer; Dean, Yale School of Music: 1956, 1958, 1964.
* Richard David Lambert, Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania: 1956.
* Gustave Lanctot. British History: 1956, 1957.
* Ruth Catherine Lawson. Political Science: 1956.
* Robert L. Letsinger, Professor of Chemistry, Northwestern University: 1956.
* Milton Levy. Biochemistry: 1956.
* Oscar Lewis. Anthropology: 1956, 1962.
* Kathleen Martha Lynch. 16th and 17th Century English Literature: 1956.
* Wallace T. MacCaffrey, Francis Lee Higginson Professor Emeritus of History, Harvard University: 1956, 1982.
* R. Stuart Mackay. Physics: 1956, 1957.
* Arthur John Madden, Jr. Chemistry: 1956.
* Joseph Marin. Engineering: 1956.
* William Leitch Marshall, Jr., Group Leader, Oak Ridge National Laboratory: 1956.
* Richard Burroughs Mather, Emeritus Professor of Chinese, University of Minnesota: 1956.
* Sigurd W. Melsted. Biology-Plant Science: 1956.
* Jan Meyerowitz. Music Composition: 1956, 1958.
* John Leon Mish. Far Eastern Studies: 1956.
* Kurt Martin Mislow, Hugh Scott Taylor Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Princeton University: 1956, 1974.
* Edwin Evariste Moise. Mathematics: 1956.
* Charles Merrill Mount, Writer and Portrait Painter, Washington, DC: 1956.
* George L. Mueller, Painter, Whiting, New Jersey: 1956.
* Harry Miles Muheim, Writer, San Francisco, California: 1956.
* Frederick Ludwig Mulhauser. 19th Century English Literature: 1956.
* Siemon William Muller. Earth Science: 1956.
* Kurt H. Nadelmann. Law: 1956.
* Robert Sterling Neuman, Painter; Emeritus Professor of Art, Keene State College, University of New Hampshire: 1956.
* Herbert Mark Neustadt, Retired Associate Professor of Electronics, U.S. Naval Academy: 1956, 1957.
* James Hastings Nichols. U.S. History:1956.
* Donald S. Noyce, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley: 1956.
* Richard Offner. Fine Arts Research: 1956.
* Ned O'Gorman, Poet, New York City: 1956, 1962.
* T(ryggvi) J(ulius) Oleson. Medieval History: 1956.
* Felix Oppenheim, Professor Emeritus of Political Science, University of Massachusetts at Amherst: 1956.
* Harold E. Pearson, Professor Emeritus of Microbiology, University of Southern California School of Medicine: 1956.
* Russell Allen Peck, Jr., Professor Emeritus of Physics, Brown University: 1956.
* Robert Louis Pecsok, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, University of Hawaii at Manoa: 1956.
* Margaret Williams Pepperdene, Ellen Douglass Leyburn Professor Emeritus of English, Agnes Scott College: 1956.
* Redding Francis Perry. Non-Fiction: 1956.
* Gerald Cleveland Phillips. Physics: 1956.
* John Gardner Phillips, Astronomy: 1956.
* Richard Edgar Pipes, Frank B. Baird, Jr. Professor of History, Harvard University: 1956, 1965.
* Robert Louis Politzer. Linguistics: 1956.
* Earl Pomeroy, Beekman Professor Emeritus of Northwest and Pacific History, University of Oregon: 1956, 1971.
* Nicholas N. Poppe. East Asian Studies: 1956.
* A. E. Porsild. Biology-Plant Science: 1956.
* George William Potter. Non-Fiction: 1956.
* William S. Powell, Professor Emeritus of History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: 1956.
* Leona E. Prasse. Fine Arts Research: 1956.
* Andre Racz. Fine Arts: 1956.
* Robert Lawrence Rands, Professor of Anthropology, Southern Illinois University: 1956.
* R. John Rath, Professor Emeritus of History, University of Minnesota: 1956.
* Felix Reichmann. Professor Emeritus of Bibliography, Cornell University: 1956.
* Donald Montgomery Reynolds, Associate Professor Emeritus of Bacteriology, University of California, Davis: 1956.
* John Hamilton Reynolds. Physics: 1956, 1986.
* Francis Asbury Richards. Oceanography: 1956.
* David M. Robb. Professor Emeritus of the History of Art, University of Pennsylvania: 1956.
* Sidney Roberts, Professor of Biological Chemistry, University of California, Los Angeles: 1956.
* Paul McDonald Robinett. U.S. History: 1956.
* George Rochberg, Composer; Annenberg Professor Emeritus in the Humanities, University of Pennsylvania: 1956, 1966.
* William S. Rodney, Adjunct Research Professor of Physics, Georgetown University: 1956.
* Earl R. Rolph. Economics: 1956.
* Christian S. Rondestvedt, Jr., Retired Senior Research Associate (Chemistry), E.I. du Pont de Nemours & Company, Inc., Wilmington, Delaware: 1956.
* Frank Rooney. Fiction: 1956.
* Clemens Carel Johannes Roothaan, Louis Block Professor of Physics, University of Chicago: 1956.
* Malvin Avram Ruderman, Centennial Professor of Physics, Columbia University: 1956, 1979.
* Paul G. Ruggiers. David Ross Boyd Professor of English, University of Oklahoma: 1956.
* John Joseph Ryan, Jr., Deceased. Medieval History: 1956.
* Kanjyo Sakimura, Deceased Honorary Associate in Entomology, Bernice P. Bishop Museum, Honolulu; Affiliate Member, Graduate Faculty, University of Hawaii at Manoa: 1956.
* David S. Saxon, Chairman of the Corporation, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1956, 1961.
* Howard K. Schachman, Professor of the Graduate School, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology and Research Biochemist, Virus Laboratory, University of California, Berkeley: 1956.
* Thomas A. Schafer, Professor Emeritus of Church History, McCormack Theological Seminary, Chicago: 1956.
* Harold Abraham Scheraga, Todd Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Cornell University: 1956, 1962.
* Leonard Isaac Schiff. Particle Physics: 1956.
* Fred Henry Schmidt. Physics: 1956.
* Jacob Schmookler. Economics: 1956.
* Alan Leo Schneider. Theatre Arts: 1956.
* Samuel Schoenbaum. 16th and 17th Century English Literature: 1956, 1969.
* Charles Arthur Schroeder, Professor Emeritus of Botany, University of California, Los Angeles: 1956.
* Egon Schwarz, Rosa May Distinguished University Professor Emeritus in the Humanities, Washington University: 1956.
* Zdenek Sekera. Astronomy-Astrophycis: 1956, 1960.
* Robert Serber. Physics: 1956.
* Elizabeth Shepley Sergeant, Deceased. American Literature: 1956.
* Paul L-M Serruys, Professor Emeritus of Chinese and East Asian Studies, University of Washington: 1956.
* Milton Clayton Shaw, Professor Emeritus of Engineering, Arizona State University: 1956.
* David Shemin, Deceased. Biochemistry and Molecular Biology: 1956, 1970.
* Arthur Sherbo, Professor Emeritus of English, Michigan State University: 1956.
* Seymour J. Shifrin, Deceased. Music Composition: 1956, 1959.
* Seymour Slive, Gleason Professor of Fine Arts, Harvard University: 1956, 1978.
* W. Eugene Smith. Photography: 1956, 1957, 1968.
* Lewis William Spitz, William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of History, Stanford University: 1956.
* David Spring, Emeritus Professor of History, The Johns Hopkins University: 1956.
* Jack Steinberger, Retired Senior Physicist, CERN, Geneva; Adjunct Professor of Physics, Columbia University: 1956.
* Clarence Sterling, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1956, 1963.
* Wilma Dykeman Stokely, Writer, Newport, Tennessee: 1956. aka Dykeman, Wilma.
* Joseph Ward Straley, Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: 1956.
* Clara M. Szego, Emeritus Professor of Biology, University of California, Los Angeles: 1956.
* Charles Tanford, James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of Physiology, Duke University: 1956.
* Georges M. Temmer. Physics: 1956.
* Leonid Michael Tichvinsky. Professor Emeritus of Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley: 1956.
* Cornelius A. Tobias, Deceased. Biochemistry--Molecular Biology: 1956.
* William E. Truce, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Purdue University: 1956.
* Clifford Ambrose Truesdell, III, Professor Emeritus of Rational Mechanics, Johns Hopkins University: 1956.
* Stanley Twardowicz, Painter; Assistant Professor of Fine Arts, Hofstra University: 1956.
* Adam Bruno Ulam, Deceased. Russian History: 1956, 1969.
* Vladimir Alexis Ussachevsky, Deceased. Music Composition: 1956, 1960.
* Linda Van Norden, Deceased. 16th & 17th Century English: 1956.
* Felix Marc Hermann Villars, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1956.
* Heinz von Foerster, Professor Emeritus of Biophysics and of Electrical Engineering, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: 1956, 1963.
* David R. Wagoner, Writer, Edmonds, Washington; Professor of English, University of Washington: 1956.
* Roland Leslie Warren, Professor Emeritus of Urban Studies, Brandeis University: 1956.
* Victor Frederick Weisskopf, Institute Professor Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Physics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1956.
* Donald Wetzel, Writer, Flagstaff, AZ: 1956.
* Harry Blackmore Whittington, Woodwardian Professor Emeritus of Geology, University of Cambridge: 1956.
* Matthew Immanuel Wiencke. Professor of Classics, Dartmouth College: 1956.
* Cornelis Adrianus Gerrit Wiersma. Biology: 1956.
* Frederick D. Wilhelmsen, Professor of Philosophy and Politics, University of Dallas: 1956.
* Aubrey Lake Williams, Jr, Graduate Research Professor of English, University of Florida: 1956.
* T. Harry Williams. U.S. History: 1956.
* Robert W. Wilson, Professor Emeritus of Paleontology, South Dakota School of Mines and Technology; Adjunct Professor of Systematics and Ecology, University of Kansas: 1956.
* Richard Kenelm Winslow, Composer; John Spencer Camp Professor of Music, Wesleyan University: 1956.
* George Winter, Deceased. Engineering: 1956.
* William L. Winter, Professor Emeritus of History, Central Connecticut State College: 1956.
* Hans M. Wolff, Deceased. Germanics: 1956.
* Leonard Ernest Woodbury, Deceased. Classics: 1956.
* James Leslie Woodress, Jr., Professor Emeritus of English, University of California, Davis: 1956.

1956 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows

* Samuel Barocio B(arrios), Deceased. Mathematics: 1956.
* Esteban Boltovskoy, Deceased. Earth Science: 1956.
* Carlos Botto Vallarino, Composer; Professor of Music, University of Chile: 1956.
* Alceu Lemos de Castro, Zoologist, National Museum, Rio de Janeiro: 1956.
* Amadeu Cury, Professor of Microbiology and Dean, University of Brasilia: 1956.
* Jaime Díaz Moreno, Professor of Plant Pathology, Central University of Ecuador; Director, Department of Industrial Promotion, National Financial Corporation, Quito: 1956.
* Aquiles Escalante Polo, Sociologist, Barranquilla, Colombia: 1956.
* Alberto Rex González, Professor of Archaeology, National University of Comahue, Argentina: 1956, 1966, 1967.
* Geoffrey Lamont Holder, Painter, Writer, and Choreographer, New York City: 1956.
* Lorenzo Homar, Painter-Print Maker, Miramar, Puerto Rico: 1956.
* Günter Lumer, Professor of Mathematics, State University at Mons, Belgium: 1956.
* José Maceda, Chairman and Professor Emeritus, Department of Music Research, University of the Philippines, Quezon City: 1956.
* Luis Münch Paniagua, Astronomer: 1956.
* Tulio Pizzi Pozzi, Professor of General Pathology, University of Chile: 1956, 1958.
* José Ploper, Technical Director, Agricultural Experiment Station, Tucumán; As sociate Professor of Agriculture, National University of Tucumán : 1956, 1960.
* Juan Francisco Recalde, Surgeon; Professor Emeritus of Surgery, National University of Ansunción: 1956.
* Adolfo Max Rothschild, Retired Professor of Pharmacology, University of Sao Paulo School of Medicine, Ribeirao Preto: 1956, 1957.
* Carmen Velasquez, Deceased. Biology: 1956, 1962.
* Gregorio T. Velasquez, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science:1956.
* Orlando Eugenio Villamayor, Professor of Mathematics, University of Buenos Aires: 1956.
* Pedro E. Zadunaisky, Head, Department of Applied Mathematics, National Commission for Space Reearch, San Miguel: 1956, 1977.
* Rodrigo Zeledón Araya, Professor of Microbiology, University of Costa Rica: 1956, 1958, 1959.

External links

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ee also

*Guggenheim Fellowship


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