List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1943 Last updated April 18, 2019 1943 U.S. and Canadian Fellows Edgar Anderson, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1943, 1950, 1956. Kathleen Romoli Avery, Deceased. Iberian & Latin American History: 1943. Appointed as Kathleen Martin Romoli. Ray Allen Billington, Deceased. U.S. History: 1943. David Frederick Bowers, Deceased. Philosophy: 1943. Richard Booker Brandt, Deceased. Philosophy: 1943. Emma Lucy Braun, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1943, 1944. Bertrand Harris Bronson, Deceased. Folk Music: 1943, 1944, 1948. Barbara Stoddard Burks, Deceased. Psychology: 1943. Kenneth E. Caster, Deceased. Earth Science: 1943, 1954, 1955. William Charvat, Deceased. American Literature: 1943. Samuel Delbert Clark, Deceased. Sociology: 1943. Donald Harcourt De Lue, Deceased. Fine Arts-Sculpture: 1943, 1944. Tilly Edinger, Deceased. Biology: 1943, 1944. John T. Flanagan, Deceased. American Literature: 1943. Walter Friedlaender, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1943. Esther V. Hansen, Deceased. Classics: 1943. Henry Paul Hansen, Deceased. Earth Science: 1943, 1947. John Francis Hanson, Retired Entomologist, Ipswich, Massachusetts: 1943. Lawrence Averell Harper, Deceased. U.S. History: 1943. Fred Harvey Harrington, Past President and Vilas Professor Emeritus of History, University of Wisconsin–Madison: 1943. Abram Lincoln Harris, Deceased. Economics: 1935, 1936, 1943, 1953. Albert Hofstadter, Deceased. Philosophy: 1943. Jeremy Ingalls, Poet; Professor Emeritus of English and Asian Studies, Rockford College: 1943. Wilbur Kitchener Jordan, Deceased. British History: 1943. Helge Karl August Kokeritz, Deceased. Linguistics: 1943, 1950. Siegfried Kracauer, Deceased. Film Studies: 1943, 1944, 1945. Arthur Kreutz, Deceased. Music Composition: 1943, 1945. George Alexander Kubler, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1943, 1952, 1956. Luc Lacourcière, Deceased. Comparative Folklore: 1943. Mauricio Lasansky, Graphic Artist; Virgil M. Hancher Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Art, University of Iowa: 1943, 1944, 1945, 1953, 1964. Harry T. Levin, Deceased. American Literature: 1943, 1944. John Donald Lewis, Deceased. Political Science: 1943. Normand Lockwood, Composer; Professor Emeritus of Music and Theatre, University of Denver: 1943, 1944. Donald Chalmers MacGregor, Deceased. Economics: 1943. Hugh MacLennan, Deceased. Fiction: 1943. Elizabeth McCausland, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1943. Erich Mendelsohn, Deceased. Architecture: 1943. George W. Meyer, Deceased. 19th-century English literature: 1943. Ira Moskowitz, Graphic Artist, New York City: 1943. Vladimir Nabokov, Deceased. Fiction and Slavic Studies: 1943, 1952. Harry Partch, Deceased. Music Composition and Music General: 1943, 1944, 1950. Vladimir Pozner, Deceased. Fiction: 1943. John Robert Reid, Deceased. Philosophy: 1943. Philip Blair Rice, Deceased. Philosophy: 1943. Muriel Rukeyser, Deceased. Poetry: 1943. Townsend Scudder, III, Deceased. US history: 1943. George Frank Sensabaugh, Professor Emeritus of English, Stanford University: 1943. Madeleine B. Stern, Writer, New York City: 1943, 1944. Randall Stewart, Deceased. American Literature: 1943. Signe Kirstine Toksvig, Deceased. Biography: 1943. José Garcia Villa, Deceased. Poetry: 1943. William Vogt, Deceased. Biology: 1943. Hugh Mason Wade, Deceased. American Literature: 1943, 1944. Edward Ronald Weismiller, Poet; Professor of English, George Washington University: 1943, 1947. Edgar Shannon Anderson was an American botanist. His 1949 book Introgressive Hybridization was an original and important contribution to botanical genetics. Ray Allen Billington was an American historian focusing his work on the history of the American frontier and the American West, becoming one of the leading defenders of Frederick Jackson Turner's "Frontier Thesis" from the 1950s to the 1970s, expanding the field of the history of the American West. He was a co-founder of the Western History Association in 1961. E. Lucy Braun was a prominent botanist, ecologist, and expert on the forests of the eastern United States who was a professor of the University of Cincinnati. She was an environmentalist before the term was popularized, and a pioneering woman in her field, winning many awards for her work. 1943 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows Mario Autuori, Deceased. Entomology: 1943. Adolfo Dorfman, Economic Consultant, Buenos Aires: 1943, 1944. Raúl García, Deceased. Economics: 1943, 1945. Gabriel Gasic Livacic, Professor Emeritus of Pathology, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine: 1943. José Antonio Goyco, Biochemist, Río Piedras, Puerto Rico: 1943. Ramón Iglesia, Deceased. Spanish and Latin American History: 1943, 1945. Teodoro Núñez Ureta, Artist, Lima: 1943. Octavio Paz, Deceased. Poetry: 1943. Dr. Teodoro Núñez Ureta (1912–1988) was a Peruvian painter and a writer, noted for an original and distinctive style in Latin American art. His work often celebrated the life of the simple people of the Andes and the countryside, as distinct from a Spanish colonial legacy which had tended to ignore such topics. Octavio Paz Lozano was a Mexican poet and diplomat. For his body of work, he was awarded the 1981 Miguel de Cervantes Prize, the 1982 Neustadt International Prize for Literature, and the 1990 Nobel Prize in Literature.
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