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The following is a list of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1952.

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1952 U.S. and Canadian Fellows

  • Gay Wilson Allen, Deceased. American Literature: 1952, 1959.
  • Hannah Arendt, Deceased. Political Science: 1952.
  • William Clarence Askew, deceased.Professor Emeritus of History, Colgate University: 1952.
  • Daniel I. Axelrod, Professor Emeritus of Botany, University of California, Davis: 1952.
  • Saul Baizerman, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1952.
  • James Franklin Beard, Jr, Deceased. American Literature: 1952, 1958.
  • Wilfred Roloff Beny, Deceased. Fine Arts-Graphics: 1952.
  • Theodore H. Berlin, Deceased. Physics: 1952.
  • John Berryman, Deceased. Poetry: 1952, 1966.
  • Herbert G. Birch, Deceased. Psychology: 1952.
  • Morris Atkinson Blackburn, Deceased Instructor in Graphics, Painting, and Drawing, Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, Philadelphia: 1952.
  • Norman Hill Boke, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1952.
  • Giuliano Ugo Bonfante, Retired Professor of Linguistics; Scholar, Rome: 1952.
  • William Andrew Bonner, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Stanford University: 1952.
  • George Edward Boyd, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, University of Georgia: 1952.
  • Harold Johnston Brodie, Deceased Professor Emeritus of Botany, University of Alberta: 1952.
  • Herbert Philip Broida, Deceased. Chemistry: 1952.
  • Clair Alan Brown, Deceased. Botany: 1952.
  • Imbrie Buffum, Deceased. French Literature: 1952.
  • Louise H. Burchfield, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1952.
  • Hortense Calisher, Writer, New York City: 1952, 1955.
  • Arthur Leon Campa, Deceased. Folklore and Popular Culture: 1952.
  • Rudolf Carnap, Deceased. Philosophy: 1952.
  • Everett Carter, Emeritus Professor of English, University of California, Davis: 1952, 1961.
  • Lionel Casson, Professor Emeritus of Classics and Comparative Literature, New York University: 1952, 1959.
  • Marion Stilwell Cave, Deceased. Biology - Plant Science: 1952.
  • Chieh-Chien Chang, Professor of Aerospace and Atomic Sciences, Catholic University of America: 1952.
  • Halvor Niels Christensen, Professor Emeritus of Biological Chemistry, University of Michigan; Adjunct Professor of Pediatrics, UCSD Medical School, La Jolla, CA: 1952.
  • George R. Coffman, Deceased. Medieval Studies: 1952.
  • Demorest Davenport, Professor Emeritus of Zoology and the Humanities, University of California, Santa Barbara: 1952, 1960.
  • Stuart Davis, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1952.
  • Jeffery Earl Dawson, Deceased. Earth Science: 1952.
  • Worden Day, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1952, 1961.
  • Roy Rudolph DeCarava, Photographer, Distinguished Professor of Art, Hunter College, City University of New York: 1952.
  • Herbert Girton Deignan, Deceased. Biology: 1952.
  • Kathrine Koller Diez, Deceased. Medieval Literature: 1952.
  • Jerry Donohue, Deceased. Chemistry, 1952.
  • Henry Bryan Dority, Composer: 1952, 1953.
  • John Thomas Dunlop, Lamont University Professor Emeritus; Harvard University: 1952.
  • Frederick Wilcox Dupee, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1952.
  • Richard Marshall Eakin, Deceased. Biology-Zoology: 1952.
  • George Alexander Elliott, Deceased. Economics: 1952.
  • Thomas Irwin Emerson, Deceased. Law: 1952.
  • Richard Wilder Emery, Deceased. History: 1952, 1959.
  • Howard Wilson Emmons, Deceased: Engineering: 1952.
  • Roderick Firth, Deceased. Philosophy: 1952.
  • Robert Stuart Fitzgerald, Deceased. Translation: 1952, 1971.
  • Franklin Lewis Ford, McLean Professor Emeritus of Ancient and Modern History, Harvard University: 1952.
  • Richard Gildart Fowler, Deceased. Physics: 1952.
  • Donald Murdoch Frame, Deceased. French Literature: 1952.
  • Harold A. Freeman, Deceased. Statistics: 1952.
  • Gordon Enoch Gates, Deceased. Biology: 1952, 1953.
  • Maynard Geiger, O.F.M., Deceased. U.S. History: 1952.
  • Charles Gibson, Deceased. History: 1952.
  • Felix Gilbert, Deceased. Italian History: 1952.
  • André Giroux, Deceased. Fiction: 1952.
  • Elvira Goettsch, Deceased. Medicine: 1952.
  • David Crockett Graham, Deceased. Anthropology: 1952, 1955.
  • William Dulaney Gwinn, Deceased. Chemistry: 1952.
  • Ralph Stanley Halford, Deceased. Chemistry: 1952.
  • Wayland D. Hand, Deceased. Folklore: 1952, 1960.
  • Corwin Herman Hansch, Carnegie Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, Pomona College: 1952, 1966.
  • Lou Silver Harrison, Composer, Aptos, California: 1952, 1954.
  • Henry C. Hatfield, Deceased. German Literature: 1952.
  • Niels Haugaard, Professor Emeritus of Pharmacology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine: 1952.
  • Allen Tracy Hazen, Deceased. Bibliography: 1952.
  • Kenneth W. Hedberg, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, Oregon State University: 1952.
  • Julius Samuel Held, Professor Emeritus of Art History, Barnard College, Columbia University: 1952, 1966.
  • George Herbert Hildebrand, Deceasde. Economics: 1952, 1957.
  • Terrell Leslie Hill, Scientist Emeritus, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland: 1952.
  • Einar Hille, Deceased. Mathematics: 1952.
  • Isidore Isaac Hirschman, Jr., Deceased.Professor of Mathematics, Washington University: 1952.
  • Carl L. Hubbs, Deceased. Biology: 1952.
  • Lockrem Harold Johnson, Deceased. Music Composition: 1952.
  • Ynez Johnston, Artist, Los Angeles: 1952.
  • William Orville Jones, Professor Emeritus of Economics, Food Research Institute, Stanford University: 1952.
  • William H. Jordy, Deceased. Architecture: 1952.
  • Solomon Katz, Deceased Professor of History, University of Washington: 1952.
  • Misch Kohn, Graphic Artist; Professor Emeritus of Art, California State University, Hayward: 1952, 1953.
  • Nathan Kornblum, Deceased. Chemistry, Purdue University: 1952.
  • Konrad Bates Krauskopf, Professor Emeritus of Geochemistry, Stanford University: 1952.
  • F(rank) Michael Krouse, Deceased. 16th & 17th English Literature: 1952.
  • Phyllis Williams Lehmann, William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor Emeritus of Art, Smith College: 1952.
  • Ferdinand D(iederich) Lessing, Deceased. Far Eastern Studies: 1952, 1955.
  • Leonard Norman Liebermann, Professor of Physics, University of California, San Diego: 1952.
  • James Russell Major, deceased.Charles Howard Candler Professor of History, Emory University: 1952, 1967.
  • Ralph Mayer, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1952.
  • Charles M. Mills, Deceased. Music Composition: 1952.
  • Glenn Raymond Morrow, Deceased. Philosophy: 1952, 1956.
  • James William Moulder, Professor Emeritus of Microbiology, University of Chicago: 1952.
  • John Myhill, Deceased. Mathematics: 1952.
  • Darragh E. Nagle, Alternate Division Leader, Medium Energy Physics, Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory, University of California: 1952.
  • James Anastasios Notopoulos, Deceased. Classics: 1952.
  • Aaron Novick, Deceased. Molecular Biology, University of Chicago: 1952.
  • Charles Donald O'Malley, Deceased. History of Science: 1952.
  • Brooks Otis, Deceased. Classics: 1952, 1973.
  • Henry M. Pachter, Deceased. Sociology: 1952.
  • Robert Moffet Palmer, Composer; Given Foundation Professor Emeritus of Music, Cornell University: 1952, 1960.
  • John Edward Pfeiffer, Writer, Newtown, Pennsylvania: 1952, 1954.
  • Arthur Everett Pitcher, Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Mathematics, Lehigh University: 1952.
  • Renato Poggioli, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1952.
  • Eugene Mondt Powell, Painter, Valley Cottage, New York: 1952.
  • William C. H. Prentice, President Emeritus, Wheaton College, Norton, Massachusetts: 1952.
  • Dixy Lee Ray, Deceased. Biology: 1952.
  • Byron Herbert Reece, Deceased. Fiction: 1952, 1957.
  • Adrienne C. Rich, Poet, Santa Cruz, California: 1952, 1959. Appointed in 1959 as Adrienne Rich Conrad.
  • S. Dillon Ripley, II, Deceased. Biology & Ecology: 1952.
  • Herbert Ellis Robbins, Deceased. Statistics: 1952, 1975.
  • John D. Roberts, Institute Professor Emeritus of Chemistry and Vice President, Provost, and Dean of the Faculty, California Institute of Technology: 1952, 1954.
  • Carl Angus Roebuck, John Evans Professor of Classical Languages, Northwestern University: 1952.
  • Herschel Lewis Roman, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1952.
  • Dorothea Rudnick, Deceased. Biologist: 1952.
  • Richard C. Rudolph, Professor Emeritus of Oriental Languages, University of California, Los Angeles: 1952, 1959.
  • Carl Parcher Russell, Deceased. U.S. History: 1952, 1953.
  • Raphael Salem, Deceased. Mathematics: 1952.
  • Arnold Bernard Scheibel, Professor of Neurobiology and Psychiatry, University of California, Los Angeles: 1952, 1958.
  • Bodil M. Schmidt-Nielsen, Professor of Physiology, University of Florida, Gaineville: 1952.
  • Knut Schmidt-Nielsen, James B. Duke Professor Emeritus of Physiology in the Department of Zoology, Duke University: 1952.
  • Roderick Seidenberg, Deceased. Non-Fiction: 1952.
  • Francis Butler Simkins, Deceased. U.S. History: 1952.
  • Harold Hill Smith, Deceased. Biochemistry-Molecular Biology: 1952.
  • I. S. Sokolnikoff, Deceased. Applied Science: 1952, 1959.
  • Edwin Henry Spanier, Deceased. Mathematics: 1952.
  • Hertha Dorothea Elisabeth Sponer, . Deceased. Physics: 1952.
  • Kenneth Milton Stampp, A. F. and May T. Morrison Professor Emeritus of History, University of California, Berkeley: 1952, 1967.
  • Dan Stanislawski, Deceased. Geography: 1952, 1967.
  • Elizabeth R. Sunderland, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1952.
  • James Kester Svendsen, Deceased. 16th & 17th Century English Literature: 1952.
  • Howard Swanson, Deceased. Music Composition: 1952.
  • Libby Tannenbaum, Art Historian, New York City: 1952.
  • Aline Mackenzie Taylor, Deceased. 18th Century English Literature: 1952.
  • Lily Ross Taylor, Deceased. Classics: 1952, 1959.
  • John Lawrence Thomas, Deceased. Sociology: 1952.
  • Leonard J. Trinterud, Deceased . Religion: 1952.
  • Janet Turner, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1952.
  • Bruce Wear Wardropper, William H. Wannamaker Professor Emeritus of Romance Languages, Duke University: 1952, 1959.
  • John Henry Welsh, Professor Emeritus of Zoology, Harvard University: 1952.
  • Nathan Laselle Whetten, Deceased. Sociology: 1952.
  • Karel Wiesner, Deceased. Chemistry: 1952. Appointed as Wiesner, Charles.
  • Richard Wilbur, Poet Laureate of the United States: 1952, 1963.
  • Ernest Edward Williams, deceased.Professor Emeritus of Biology and Alexander Agassiz Professor Emeritus of Zoology, Harvard University: 1952, 1981.
  • Alice Sperduti Wilson, Deceased. Medieval Literature: 1952. Appointed as Alice Sperduti.
  • Leon Edward Wright, Professor Emeritus of New Testament Language and Literature, Howard University: 1952.
  • Truman George Yuncker, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1952.

1952 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows

  • Guillermo Arroyave, Biolgist, San Diego: 1952.
  • Silvio Bruzzone, Professor of Experimental Medicine, University of Chile: 1952, 1965.
  • Ranwel Caputto, Deceased. Biochemistry-Molecular Biology : 1952.
  • José Candido de Melo Carvalho, Deceased. Professor of Entomology, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; Zoologist, National Museum, Rio de Janeiro: 1952, 1953.
  • Carlos Cueto Fernandini, Deceased. Education: 1952.
  • Zacarias de Jesús, Deceased. Biology: 1952.
  • Luis Duque Gómez, Director, Gold Museum, Bogota: 1952.
  • Ronald Gordon Fennah, Deceasec. Biology: 1952.
  • Antonio Frasconi, Artist; Distinguished Teaching Professor of Visual Arts, State University of New York at Purchase: 1952[1], 1953.
  • José A. Knaudt, Professor Emeritus of Medicine, San Andrés University of Bolivia: 1952.
  • Frederico Lane, Deceased. Biology: 1952, 1957.
  • Federico Medem, Deceased. Biology: 1952, 1961.
  • Carlos Méndez Domínguez, Professor of Pharmacology, Center of Research and Advanced Studies, National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico, D.F.: 1952.
  • Edgar Austin Mittelhölzer, Deceased. Fiction: 1952.
  • Antonio Molina Rositto, Curator of the Herbarium, Panamerican Agricultural School, Tegucigalpa: 1952.
  • Francisco de Asis Monrós, Deceased. Biology: 1952.
  • María Muntañola-Cvetkovic, Mycologist, Institute for Biological Research, Belgrade: 1952. Appointed as María Muntañola de Monrós.
  • Edgard Sant'Anna Normanha, Chief, Section on Roots and Tubers, Institute of Agronomy, Campinas, Sao Paulo: 1952.
  • Erwin Walter Palm, Deceased. Architecture: 1952, 1953.
  • John Horace Parry, Deceased. Spanish & Latin American History: 1952, 1956.
  • Roberto Pineda Giraldo, Director, Colombia Institute of Anthropology, Bogotá: 1952.
  • Virginia Gutiérrez de Pineda Giraldo, Professor, Faculty of Social Sciences, National University of Colombia: 1952, 1964.
  • Douglas MacRae Taylor, Deceased. Anthropology & Linguistics: 1952.
  • Jorge Eduardo Wright, Consulting Professor - Senior Scientists (CONICET), Buenos Aires: 1952.

References

  1. ^ Frasconi, Guggenheim Fellowship, accessed September 2009

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