List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1948 Last updated April 18, 2019 1948 U.S. and Canadian Fellows John Lawrence Angel, Deceased. Anthropology: 1948. Richard T. Arnold, Deceased. Chemistry: 1948. Joseph Barrell, Deceased. General Nonfiction: 1948. Charles Calvert Bayley, Deceased. German and East European History: 1948. Jean-Albert Bédé, Deceased. French: 1948. Saul Bellow, Deceased. Fiction: 1948, 1955. Eric Russell Bentley, Drama Critic; Katharine Cornell Professor of Theatre, State University of New York at Buffalo: 1948, 1967, Nicolai Tichanovitch Berezowsky, Deceased. Music Composition: 1948. Orville Thomas Bonnett, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1948. Francis James Carmody, Professor Emeritus of French, University of California, Berkeley: 1948. Sally Carrighar, Deceased. Non-fiction: 1948, 1949. Romeo Cascarino, Deceased. Composer : 1948, 1949. Wing-tsit Chan, Deceased. East Asian Studies: 1948. Erwin Chargaff, Deceased. Biochemistry: 1948, 1956. Claude Charles Chevalley, Deceased. Mathematics: 1948. Robert E. Connick, Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley: 1948, 1958. William Kenneth Cornell, Deceased. French: 1948. Harold Courlander, Deceased. Folklore and Popular Culture: 1948, 1955. Pierre Dansereau, Professor Emeritus of Ecology, University of Quebec at Montreal: 1948. Ruth J. Dean, Deceased. Anglo-Norman Studies: 1948. Edwin Denby, Deceased. Poetry and Dance Criticism: 1948. Charles de Tolnay, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1948, 1949, 1953. Herbert Dieckmann, Deceased. French: 1948, 1951. Elliott Van Kirk Dobbie, Deceased. Medieval Studies: 1948. John Petersen Elder, Deceased. Classics: 1948. Ralph Emerson, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1948, 1956. James A. Fitzsimmons, Deceased. Photography: 1948. Roy Philip Forster, Deceased. Biology: 1948, 1955. William Frankena, Deceased. Philosophy: 1948. Robert W. Frase, Deceased. Political Science: 1948. Henry Shepard Fuller, Deceased. Medicine: 1948. Sue Fuller, Graphic Artist, Southampton, New York: 1948. Otto John Gombosi, Deceased. Music Research: 1948. Louis Morton Hacker, Deceased. Economic History: 1948, 1958. John Erskine Hankins, Deceased. 16th & 17th Century English Literature: 1948. Elizabeth Bruce Hardwick, Deceased. Fiction and Literary Criticism: 1948. George Vickers Haythorne, Deceased. Economics: 1948. Erich Hertzmann, Deceased. Music Research: 1948. Louise Adams Holland, Deceased. Classics: 1948. Edwin Honig, Professor Emeritus of English and Comparative Literature, Brown University: 1948, 1962. Allan Capron Houser, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1948. Wilbur Samuel Howell, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1948, 1957. Victoria Hutson Huntley, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1948. Horst Woldemar Janson, Deceased. Fine Arts Research: 1948, 1955. Irving Kaplansky, Deceased. Mathematics: 1948. Robert Woods Kennedy, Deceased. Architect and Writer, Cambridge, Massachusetts: 1948. Leon Kirchner, Deceased. Composer: 1948, 1949. Julian Knause Knipp, Deceased. Physics: 1948. Hubert Weldon Lamb, Deceased. Music Composition: 1948. Francis Lee, Deceased. Film: 1948. Robert Ward Leeper, Deceased. Psychology: 1948. Douglas Valentine LePan, Deceased. Poetry: 1948. Norman Levinson, Deceased. Mathematics: 1948. Choh Hao Li, Deceased. Biochemistry: 1948. Robert Sabatino Lopez, Deceased. Economic History: 1948, 1951. Yakov Malkiel, Deceased. Linguistics: 1948, 1959, 1966. Louis L. Martz, Sterling Professor Emeritus of English, Yale University: 1948, 1981. George Henry Mickey, Cytogeneticist, Durham, North Carolina: 1948. Josephine Miles, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1948. John Perry Miller, Deceased. Economics: 1948. Theodor Ernst Mommsen, Deceased. Medieval Studies: 1948. Hugh Sinclair Morrison, Deceased. Architecture: 1948. Walter Munk, Professor of Geophysics, University of California, San Diego: 1948, 1953, 1962. Helaine Newstead, Deceased. Medieval Studies: 1948. Ada Blanche Nisbet, Professor Emeritus of English, University of California, Los Angeles: 1948, 1954. Roy Wesley Nixon, Deceased. Biology: 1948. Harold Ignatius Paul Olmo, Deceased. Viticulture and Enology: 1948 Doris Phelps Orwin, Deceased. Medicine: 1948. Appointed as Doris Hawkins Phelps. Antonio Pace, Professor Emeritus of Italian Language and Literature, University of Washington: 1948, 1960. Norman Holmes Pearson, Deceased. American Literature: 1948, 1956. Michael Peech, Deceased. Chemistry: 1948. John C. Pope, Deceased. Medieval Literature: 1948. James Farl Powers, Deceased. Fiction: 1948. Henri Prat, Deceased. Biology: 1948. Gregory H. Razran, Deceased. Psychology: 1948. Herbert Owen Reed, Composer; Professor Emeritus of Music, Michigan State University: 1948. Kenneth Rexroth, Deceased. Poetry: 1948, 1949. Charles Madeira Rick, Jr., Deceased. Plant Genetics: 1948, 1950. Paul Samuelson, Institute Professor Emeritus, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1948. Warren Candler Scoville, Deceased. Economics: 1948, 1955. Isidore Silver, Deceased. French: 1948. Engel Sluiter, Deceased. History: 1948. James Mather Sprague, Deceased. Neuroscience: 1948. George Francis Gilman Stanley, Deceased. History: 1948. Reuben Tam, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1948. Samuel Edmund Thorne, Deceased. Law: 1948, 1951, 1956. Stephen Davidson Tuttle, Deceased. Music Research: 1948. Ismael Vélez, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1948. Peter R. Viereck, Deceased. Poetry and History: 1948, 1954. Hans Wallach, Deceased. Psychology: 1948. Reuben Wallenrod, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1948. Theodore Ward, Deceased. Drama: 1948. Arnold Williams, Professor Emeritus of English, Michigan State University: 1948. Denny Winters, Deceased. Painter, Rockport, Maine: 1948. William Woods, Writer, Hereford, England: 1948. Marguerite Young, Deceased. Fiction: 1948. John Lawrence Angel (1915–1986) was a British-American biological anthropologist born on 21 March 1915 in London. His writings have had the biggest impact on paleodemography. Joseph Barrell was an American geologist who developed many ideas on the origins of the Earth, isostasy and ideas on the origins of sedimentary rocks. He suggested that they were produced by the action of rivers, winds, and ice (continental), as well as by marine sedimentation. He also independently arrived at the theory of stoping as a mechanism for igneous intrusion. He was elected a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1915. Saul Bellow was a Canadian-American writer. For his literary work, Bellow was awarded the Pulitzer Prize, the Nobel Prize for Literature, and the National Medal of Arts. He is the only writer to win the National Book Award for Fiction three times and he received the National Book Foundation's lifetime Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters in 1990. 1948 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows Agustí Bartra Lleonart, Deceased. Poetry: 1948, 1949, 1960. Víctor M. Blanco, Astronomer; Retired Director, Cerro Tololo Inter-American Observatory, La Serena, Chile: 1948, 1954. Carlos Chagas, Deceased. Professor Emeritus, Institute of Biophysics, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro; President, Pontifical Academy of Sciences, Vatican City: 1948. Candido Lima da Silva Dias, Mathematician, São Paulo: 1948. Juan Gerónimo Esteban, Deceased. Biology & Ecology: 1948. Juan García Ramos, Retired Physiologist, Center of Research and Advanced Studies, National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico D.F.: 1948, 1951. Jaime Guiscafre-Arrillaga, Deceased. Biology-Plant Science: 1948. Alejandro Mario Illanes, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1948. José Leite Lopes, Director, Brazilian Center for Physics Research, Rio de Janeiro: 1948. Roberto Luiz Pimenta de Mello, Biologist: 1948, 1949. Julio Morató Manaro, Deceased. Biochemistry: 1948. José Antonio Portuondo Valdor, Director, Institute of Literature and Linguistics, Havanna: 1948. Miguel Sopó Duque, Sculptor, Bogotá: 1948. Luis Hernán Tejada-Flores, Deceased. Engineering: 1948. Abraham Willink, Deceased. Biology: 1948, 1962. Agustí Bartra i Lleonart was a Catalan poet, writer, translator and University Professor in Catalan language. Carlos Justiniano Ribeiro Chagas, or Carlos Chagas, was a Brazilian sanitary physician, scientist, and bacteriologist, who worked as a clinician and researcher. He discovered Chagas disease, also called American trypanosomiasis, in 1909, while working at the Oswaldo Cruz Institute in Rio de Janeiro. José Leite Lopes was a Brazilian theoretical physicist who worked in the field of quantum field theory and particle physics.
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