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1951 U.S. and Canadian Fellows

  • William Ross Abrams, Graphic Artist, Deià, Majorca, Spain: 1951.
  • Alfred Adler. French: 1951.
  • Paul Julius Alexander. Near Eastern Studies: 1951, 1965.
  • Henry N. Andrews, Jr., Professor Emeritus of Biology, University of Connecticut: 1951, 1958, 1961.
  • Oliver Luther Austin, Jr. Biology: 1951.
  • Jacob Avshalomov, Composer; Conductor Laureate, Portland Youth Philharmonic, Portland, Oregon: 1951.
  • Alma Whiffen Barksdale. Biochemistry-Molecular Biology: 1951. Appointed as Alma Joslyn Whiffen.
  • Howard A. Bern, Emeritus Professor of Zoology, University of California, Berkeley: 1951.
  • Edmund Grindlay Berry, Professor Emeritus of Classics, University of Manitoba: 1951.
  • Arthur Cecil Bining. U.S. History, British History: 1951.
  • Jerome Blum. German and East European History: 1951, 1971.
  • Woodrow Borah, Abraham D. Shepard Professor Emeritus of History, University of California, Berkeley: 1951, 1958.
  • Benjamin Botkin. Folklore: 1951.
  • Julian Boyd. U.S. History: 1951.
  • Alexander Brady. Political Science: 1951.
  • Harrison Scott Brown. Chemistry: 1951.
  • George Edward Burch. Medicine: 1951.
  • Charles Edward Butler. Fiction: 1951.
  • Robert Francis Byrnes. Russian History: 1951.
  • Lily Bess Campbell. English Literature: 1951.
  • Mildred Lucile Campbell. U.S. History: 1951.
  • Rachel Carson. Biology: 1951.
  • John Cheever. Fiction: 1951, 1960.
  • Gilbert Chinard. French: 1951, 1956.
  • Alan Frank Clifford. Chemistry: 1951, 1952.
  • James Lowry Clifford. 18th Century English Lit: 1951, 1965.
  • Thomas Wellsted Copeland. 18th Century English Literature: 1951, 1963.
  • Robert Brainard Corey. Chemistry: 1951.
  • William Steel Creighton. Biology: 1951, 1952.
  • Ingolf Dahl. Music Composition: 1951, 1960.
  • Farrington Daniels. Chemistry: 1951.
  • Joseph DeMartini. Fine Arts: 1951.
  • George Hathaway Dession. Political Science: 1951.
  • E. Talbot Donaldson. Medieval Studies: 1951, 1977.
  • Harry George Drickamer, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Chemical Engineering and Physics, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: 1951.
  • Maxwell John Dunbar. Biology: 1951.
  • Albert A. Ehrenzweig. Law: 1951.
  • Norman E. Eliason. Linguistics: 1951.
  • Sterling Howard Emerson. Genetics: 1951.
  • John King Fairbank. East Asian Studies: 1951, 1959.
  • Joseph Wiley Ferrebee, Retired Research Physician, Rancho Santa Fe, California: 1951.
  • Ralph Hartzler Fox. Mathematics: 1951.
  • Henri Frankfort. Near Eastern Studies: 1951.
  • Douglas Southall Freeman. Biography-U.S. History: 1951.
  • Carl J. Friedrich. Political Science: 1951, 1954.
  • Richard Nelson Frye, Aga Khan Professor Emeritus of Iranian, Harvard University: 1951, 1975.
  • Frederick A. Fuhrman, Professor Emeritus of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, Stanford University: 1951.
  • Albrecht Goetze. Linguistics: 1951.
  • Richard Benedict Goldschmidt, Deceased. Biology: 1951.
  • William Goyen. Fiction: 1951, 1952.
  • Horace Victor Gregory. Biography: 1951.
  • Donald Jay Grout. Music Research: 1951, 1952.
  • William Henry Paine Hatch. Religion: 1951, 1953.
  • John Edward Heliker. Fine Arts- Painting: 1951.
  • Joyce Hemlow, Shields Professor Emeritus of English, McGill University: 1951, 1960, 1966.
  • Heinrich Edmund Karl Henel. Germanics: 1951, 1954.
  • Albert Henne. Chemistry: 1951.
  • Su-Shu Huang. Astronomy-Astrophysics: 1951.
  • Ruth Hoffmann Hubbard, Professor Emeritus of Biology, Harvard University: 1951.
  • Walter Lee Hughes, Professor Emeritus of Physiology, Tufts University School of Medicine: 1951.
  • R(obert) B(enjamin) Irwin. Education: 1951.
  • Lewis Iselin. Fine Arts-Sculpture: 1951.
  • Nathan Jacobson, Henry Ford, 2nd, Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Yale University: 1951.
  • Thomas H. Johnson. American Literature: 1951.
  • William Weed Kaufmann, Retired Lecturer in Public Policy, John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University; Professor Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1951.
  • Edna Beatrice Kearney, Research Chemist, Veterans Administration Hospital and University of California Medical Center, San Francisco: 1951.
  • Ruth Lee Kennedy. Spanish: 1951.
  • Kenneth Earl Kidd. Anthropology: 1951.
  • Bertram Shirley Kraus. Anthropology: 1951.
  • Michael Kraus. Professor Emeritus of History, City College, City University of New York: 1951.
  • Robert F(rank) Kurka. Music Composition: 1951, 1952.
  • Cecil Yelverton Lang, John Stewart Bryan Professor of English, University of Virginia: 1951.
  • Albert Lester Lehninger. Biochemistry: 1951, 1962.
  • Hal Lehrman, Writer, Ridgewood, New Jersey: 1951, 1953.
  • Clarence Cook Little: Biology: 1951.
  • William Dougald MacMillan. 18th C English Literature: 1951.
  • Dumas Malone. U.S. History: 1951, 1958.
  • Golo Mann. Intellectual and Cultural History: 1951.
  • Joe Truesdell Marshall, Jr., Retired Zoologist, National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.: 1951.
  • Douglas Alfred Marsland. Biochemistry: 1951, 1959.
  • Richard Milton Martin. Philosophy: 1951.
  • Alpheus Thomas Mason. Law: 1951.
  • Joseph James Mathews. Non-Fiction: 1951.
  • Frederick Albert Matsen, Professor of Chemistry and of Physics, University of Texas at Austin: 1951.
  • William Quentin Maxwell. U. S. History: 1951.
  • Mael A. Melvin, Professor Emeritus of Physics, Temple University: 1951, 1956.
  • E. D. Merrill. Biology-Plant Sciences: 1951.
  • Luis Monguió, Professor Emeritus of Spanish, University of California, Berkeley: 1951.
  • Walter John Moore, Retired Professor of Physical Chemistry, University of Sydney; Adjunct Professor, Indiana University: 1951.
  • Richard A. Musgrave, Professor Emeritus of Economics and Harold Hitchings Burbank Professor Emeritus of Political Economy, Harvard University: 1951, 1965.
  • Walter Friedrich Naumann. German Literature: 1951, 1961.
  • Eldon Henry Newcomb, Folke Skoog Professor Emeritus of Botany, University of Wisconsin–Madison: 1951.
  • Walter Collins O'Kane. Anthropology: 1951.
  • Louise Overacker. Political Science: 1951.
  • Bryan Patterson. Earth Science: 1951, 1954.
  • Ralph G. Pearson, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, University of California, Santa Barbara: 1951.
  • John Rader Platt. Physics: 1951.
  • Richard Warren Pousette-Dart. Fine Arts: 1951.
  • William Kendrick Pritchett, Professor Emeritus of Greek, University of California, Berkeley: 1951, 1955.
  • Philip Rahv. Literary Criticism: 1951.
  • Alo Raun, Professor Emeritus of Linguistics and of Uralic and Altaic Studies, Indiana University: 1951.
  • Conyers Read. British History: 1951, 1954.
  • Charles Vernon Robinson, Biophysicist, Claremont, California: 1951.
  • Edward Anthony Robinson. Classics: 1951.
  • Anne Roe. Education: 1951.
  • William Cumming Rose. Biochemistry: 1951.
  • Herbet Holdsworth Ross. Biology: 1951.
  • A. William Salomone. Italian Literature: 1951.
  • Leonard Jimmie Savage. Statistics: 1951, 1958, 1967.
  • Leland Shanor, Professor Emeritus of Botany, University of Florida: 1951.
  • Max Shiffman. Mathematics: 1951.
  • Thomas Peter Singer, Professor of Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Biochemistry and Biophysics, Veterans Administration Medical Center, San Francisco: 1951, 1959.
  • Robert Nelson Smith. Chemistry: 1951.
  • T. Lynn Smith. Graduate Research Professor of Sociology, University of Florida: 1951, 1953.
  • Harold Ray Snyder, Research Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: 1951.
  • Edouard A. Stackpole. U.S. History: 1951, 1963.
  • Leften Stavros Stavrianos, Professor Emeritus of History, Northwestern University; Adjunct Professor, University of California-San Diego: 1951.
  • Curt Stern. Biology: 1951, 1962.
  • Elizabeth Stevenson, Charles Howard Candler Emeritus Professor of American Studies, Emory University: 1951, 1958.
  • Albert N. Steward. Biology-Plant Science: 1951.
  • Oliver Strunk. Music Research: 1951, 1955.
  • Alice Fleenor Sturgis. Political Science: 1951.
  • Arnold Olaf Sundgaard, Librettist, Dallas, Texas: 1951.
  • Ernest Lee Tuveson, Professor of English, University of California, Berkeley: 1951.
  • Albert Tyler. Biology: 1951.
  • Carl Swenson Vestling, Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry, University of Iowa: 1951.
  • Claude André Vigée, Writer, Bangor, Maine: 1951.
  • Willard Mosher Wallace, William F. Armstrong Professor Emeritus of History, Wesleyan University: 1951.
  • William Pitkin Wallace. Classics: 1951, 1960.
  • Shih-Chun Wang. Medicine: 1951.
  • René Wellek. Literary Criticism: 1951, 1952, 1956, 1966.
  • Rulon Seymour Wells, III, Professor of Linguistics and Philosophy, Yale University: 1951.
  • William Rulon Williamson. Economics: 1951.
  • George Woodcock. Biography: 1951.
  • Constantine G(eorge) Yavis. Classics: 1951.
  • Kimball Young. Sociology: 1951.

1951 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows

  • José Adem Chahin, Professor of Mathematics, Center of Research and Advanced Studies, National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico City: 1951, 1952.
  • Ricardo E. Alegría Gallardo, Executive Director, Center for Advanced Studies of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, San Juan: 1951, 1953.
  • Amado Alonso. Spanish: 1951.
  • Mario Altamirano Orrego, Professor of Physiology, J.M. Vargas School of Medicine, Caracas: 1951.
  • Joao José Bigarella, Geologist, Federal University of Paraná: 1951.
  • Danko Brncic Juricic, Professor of Genetics and Evolution, University of Chile: 1951, 1969.
  • Raymond Millard Cable. Biology & Ecology: 1951.
  • Pedro Carrasco Pizana, Senior Research Associate, Brandeis University; Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, State University of New York at Stony Brook: 1951.
  • Domingo Cozzo, Professor Emeritus of Forestry, University of Buenos Aires: 1951.
  • Julio César Cubillos Chaparro, Director, Archeological Museum, Banco Popular, Cali: 1951.
  • Ephraim Donoso, Clinical Professor, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, City University of New York: 1951, 1952.
  • José Vicente Freitas Marcondes, de. Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Labor Law, Foundation School of Social Sciences, University of Sao Paulo: 1951.
  • Luis Enrique Gregory, Plant Phsysiologist, National Arboretum, Beltsville, Maryland: 1951.
  • Jorge León Arguedas, Former Plant Materials Officer, Plant Production and Protection Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome: 1951, 1952.
  • Alicia Lourteig, Chief of Research, Laboratory of Phanerogams, National Museum of Natural History, Paris: 1951, 1952.
  • Roberto Eusebio Mancini. Medicine: 1951.
  • Pierre Marcelin. Fiction: 1951.
  • Leví Marrero Artiles, Retired Professor of Geography, University of Puerto Rico: 1951.
  • Edmundo O'Gorman. Iberian and Latin American History: 1951.
  • José Luis Romero. Medieval History: 1951, 1969.
  • Philippe Thoby-Marcelin, Deceased. Fiction: 1951.
  • José Vela Zanetti. Fine Arts, Painting: 1951, 1952.

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