List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1932 Last updated April 18, 2019 1932 U.S. and Canadian Fellows Louis Adamic, Deceased. Fiction: 1932. George Antheil, Deceased. Music Composition: 1932, 1933. Benjamin G. Benno, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932. Appointed as Greenstein, Benjamin. Peter Blume, Deceased. Fine Arts: Painting: 1932, 1936. Herbert Orion Calvery, Deceased. Chemistry: 1932. Howard Norton Cook, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932, 1934. Andrew M. Dasburg, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932. H. L. Davis, Deceased. Poetry: 1932. George Dillon, Deceased. Poetry: 1932, 1933. J. Frank Dobie, Deceased. Latin American Studies: 1932. Mitchell Fields, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932, 1935. Ernest Fiene, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932. John B. Flannagan, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1932. Samuel Gelfan, Deceased. Medicine: 1932. Caroline Gordon, Deceased. Fiction: 1932. Appointed as Caroline Gordon Tate. Martha Graham, Deceased. Dance: 1932, 1943, 1944. Francis Arthur Jenkins, Deceased. Physics: 1932, 1947, 1958. Ivan Murray Johnston, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1932. Peppino Mangravite, Deceased. Fine Arts-Painting: 1932, 1936. Fulmer Mood, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1932, 1934. Hermann Joseph Muller, Deceased. Biology: 1932. Lewis Mumford, Deceased. Architectural Historian, Amenia, New York: 1932, 1938, 1956. Filmer S. Northrop, Deceased. Philosophy: 1932. Levi Arnold Post, Deceased. Classics: 1932. Theodore William Richards, Deceased. Chemistry: 1932 Antonio Salemme, Deceased. Fine Arts: Sculpture: 1932, 1936. Karl Patterson Schmidt, Deceased. Biology: 1932. Evelyn Scott, Deceased. Fiction: 1932. Anselm Strittmatter, Deceased. Medieval Studies: 1932, 1937. Frank Tannenbaum, Deceased. Spanish and Latin American History: 1932, 1934. Arturo Torres-Rioseco, Deceased. Spanish: 1932. Norman Lewis Torrey, Deceased. French: 1932, 1954. Adolph Weiss, Deceased. Music Composition: 1932. Mark Wessel, Deceased. Music Composition: 1932. Earl Morse Wilbur, Deceased. Medicine Studies: 1932. Oliver Reynolds Wulf, Deceased. Chemistry: 1932. Edwin Hermann Zeydel, Deceased. Germanics: 1932. Louis Adamic was a Slovene-American author and translator, mostly known for writing about and advocating for ethnic diversity of America. George Antheil was an American avant-garde composer, pianist, author, and inventor whose modernist musical compositions explored the modern sounds – musical, industrial, and mechanical – of the early 20th century. Peter Blume was an American painter and sculptor. His work contained elements of folk art, precisionism, Parisian Purism, Cubism, and Surrealism. 1932 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows Donato G. Alarcón Martinez, Physician, American College of Chest Physicians, Mexico, D.F.: 1932. Nicanor Alurralde, Deceased. Engineering: 1932. Enrique Beltrán, Director, Mexican Institute of Renewable Natural Resources, Mexico, D.F.: 1932, 1933. Fernando Devilat Rocca, deceased. Former Chief Architect, National Health Service, Santiago, Chile: 1932. Juan Farill y Solares, Deceased. Medicine: 1932, 1933. Julio Fingerit, Writer, Buenos Aires: 1932. Angel Guido, Deceased. Architecture and Planning: 1932. Aída Laso de Fontecilla, Educator: 1932. Tomás Leandro Marini, Deceased. Biology: 1932. José A. Nolla, deceased. Retired Professor of Agronomy, University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez: 1932, 1933. Enrique Beltrán Castillo was one of Mexico's first conservationists. A student of Alfonso Herrera at the UNAM in the 1920s, Beltrán was appointed by Herrera "to head two marine commissions, that were established to study and improve the use of Mexico's coastal fisheries." Tomás Leandro Marini was an Argentine ichthyologist.
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