List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1963

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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1963 [1]

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FellowCategoryField of Study
Ralph N. Adams Natural SciencesChemistry
Thomas Randolph Adams HumanitiesBibliography
Angel Chua Alcala Natural SciencesOrganismic Biology & Ecology
Moacir Alvarenga Natural SciencesOrganismic Biology & Ecology
Peter Henry Amann HumanitiesFrench History
Richard John Andrew Natural SciencesOrganismic Biology & Ecology
Fred Colvig Anson Natural SciencesChemistry
Anthony Schuyler Arrott Natural SciencesPhysics
Dore Ashton HumanitiesFine Arts Research
Bruce Arthur Aune HumanitiesPhilosophy
George Edward Backus Natural SciencesEarth Science
Hugh Coleman Bailey HumanitiesU.S. History
Jacques P. Balansa Natural SciencesMedicine & Health
Harlan Parker Banks Natural SciencesPlant Sciences
Charles A. Barker HumanitiesU.S. History
Livio Barnafi Godina Natural SciencesMolecular & Cellular Biology
Edward L. Barrett Social SciencesLaw
Lester G. Barth Natural SciencesOrganismic Biology & Ecology
David Braybrooke HumanitiesPhilosophy
Eldon Elder HumanitiesTheatre Arts
Fred Louis Engelman HumanitiesU.S. History
Charles Maitland Fair Natural SciencesNeuroscience
Arthur William Fairhall Natural SciencesChemistry
Harold M. Feder Natural SciencesChemistry
Louis Harry Feldman HumanitiesClassics
E. James Ferguson HumanitiesU.S. History
Oliver Watkins Ferguson HumanitiesEnglish Literature
Francis Fergusson HumanitiesItalian Literature
Edward Field Creative ArtsPoetry
Frank H. Field Natural SciencesChemistry
Djairo Guedes de Figueiredo Natural SciencesMathematics
John Joseph Maria Figueroa Social SciencesEducation
Edmond Henry Fischer Natural SciencesMolecular & Cellular Biology
Thomas B. Flanagan HumanitiesEnglish Literature
Willard Allen Fletcher HumanitiesGerman & East European History
Jack Douglas Forbes HumanitiesU.S. History
George H. Ford HumanitiesEnglish Literature
Lloyd D. Fosdick Natural SciencesComputer Science
Heinz Fraenkel-Conrat Natural SciencesMolecular & Cellular Biology
Samy Frenk Guiloff Natural SciencesMedicine & Health
June Zimmerman Fullmer HumanitiesHistory of Science & Technology
Carl Wesley Garland Natural SciencesChemistry
David Kent Harrison Natural SciencesMathematics
Erich Isaac Social SciencesGeography & Environmental Studies
Michael Nauenberg Natural SciencesPhysics
Doyce Blackman Nunis HumanitiesU.S. History
Reinhard Oehme Natural SciencesPhysics
Emin Turan Onat Natural SciencesEngineering
Raúl N. Ondarza Vidaurreta Natural SciencesMolecular & Cellular Biology
Stephen Tamor Natural SciencesPhysics
William Harris Taubeneck Natural SciencesEarth Science
John F. A. Taylor HumanitiesPhilosophy
George A. Thompson Natural SciencesEarth Science
James Burleigh Thompson Natural SciencesEarth Science
Theos Jardin Thompson Natural SciencesPhysics
Norman J. W. Thrower Social SciencesGeography & Environmental Studies
Michael Tinkham Natural SciencesPhysics
Ignacio Tinoco Natural SciencesChemistry
Leon Trilling Natural SciencesAstronomy—Astrophysics
Karl David Uitti HumanitiesFrench Literature
Harold Edwin Umbarger Natural SciencesMolecular & Cellular Biology
David Dirck Van Tassel HumanitiesU.S. History
Walter Guido Vincenti Natural SciencesEngineering
Paul Edward Waggoner Natural SciencesPlant Sciences
George Wald Natural SciencesOrganismic Biology & Ecology
Christopher Bland Walker Natural SciencesPhysics
William Huston Wallace Social SciencesGeography & Environmental Studies
Jürg Waser Natural SciencesChemistry
Eugen Weber HumanitiesGerman & East European History
Peter Talbot Westergaard Creative ArtsMusic Composition
Michael White Creative ArtsMusic Composition
Charles Whittenberg Creative ArtsMusic Composition
Mary Ann Williams Natural SciencesOrganismic Biology & Ecology
Jerome P. Witkin Creative ArtsFine Arts
Raymond Grover Wolfe Natural SciencesMolecular & Cellular Biology
Robert Lee Wolff HumanitiesMedieval History
Dean Stoddard Worth HumanitiesLinguistics
Gerta Hüttl-Folter Worth HumanitiesLinguistics
John L. Worzel Natural SciencesEarth Science
Byron Terry Wright Natural SciencesPhysics

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