List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1977

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Contents

FellowCategoryField of Study
Ruben Adler Natural SciencesMolecular & Cellular Biology
Michael J. B. Allen HumanitiesItalian Literature
Robert L. Allen Creative ArtsGeneral Nonfiction
Aracy A. Amaral HumanitiesFine Arts Research
Dane Archer Social SciencesSociology
Walter W. Arndt HumanitiesGerman & Scandinavian Literature
Charles Arthur Arnoldi Creative ArtsFine Arts
Francisco J. Ayala Natural SciencesOrganismic Biology & Ecology
Thomas J. Babe Creative ArtsDrama & Performance Art
F. G. Bailey Social SciencesAnthropology & Cultural Studies
Michael G. Barbour Natural SciencesPlant Sciences
Hazel E. Barnes HumanitiesFrench Literature
Alan H. Barrett Natural SciencesAstronomy—Astrophysics
Frances Barth Creative ArtsFine Arts
Roland S. Barth Social SciencesEducation
Ann Beattie Fiction
Michael Les Benedict Political Science
James O. Berger Statistics
Lillian D. Bloom English Literature
Lesser Blum Physics
Sheila E. Blumstein Linguistics
Alberto Boveris Molecular & Cellular Biology
Stan Brakhage Creative ArtsFilm
Robert Brenner Economic History
Lee Breuer Theatre Arts
Joseph Brodsky Poetry
D. Allan Bromley Physics
Benjamin F. Brown Italian Literature
Blanche R. Brown Fine Arts Research
Joan Brown Fine Arts
James W. Buchman Fine Arts
Bruce Bueno de Mesquita Political Science
C. Tyler Burge Philosophy
Guy L. Bush Organismic Biology & Ecology
Warren L. Butler Plant Sciences
Jack G. Calvert Chemistry
David Caplovitz Sociology
George G. Carey Folklore & Popular Culture
María Soledad Carrasco Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Francisco Cervantes Poetry
Gerald Wester Chapman English Literature
Giuseppe Cilento Molecular & Cellular Biology
John Clarke Physics
James P. Collman Chemistry
Fernando Raúl Colomb Astronomy—Astrophysics
Joel Conarroe American Literature
John Cooper Astronomy—Astrophysics
Ann Cornelisen General Nonfiction
Stanley Corngold German & Scandinavian Literature
Richard Crawford Music Research
David Cressy U.S. History
Peter Dallos Neuroscience
Jerry Dantzic Creative ArtsPhotography
Nassos Daphnis Fine Arts
John Putnam Demos U.S. History
William M. Denevan Geography & Environmental Studies
Charles H. DePuy Chemistry
Edwin B. DeWindt Medieval History
Manuel O. Diaz Rivara Molecular & Cellular Biology
Lucia Dlugoszewski Music Composition
Michael Dorris Anthropology & Cultural Studies
Seymour Drescher British History
Norman E. Dubie Poetry
Alistair M. Duckworth HumanitiesEnglish Literature
Daniel Edge Fine Arts
Samuel Y. Edgerton Fine Arts Research
Gerald E. Edwards Plant Sciences
Richard Eisenberg Chemistry
Joseph E. Emonds HumanitiesLinguistics
Leslie D. Epstein Creative ArtsFiction
Linda Feferman Creative ArtsFilm
Michael E. Feingold HumanitiesTheatre Arts
Rafael Ferrer Creative ArtsFine Arts
Jorge A. Flores Ochoa Social SciencesAnthropology & Cultural Studies
Richard Ford Creative ArtsFiction
Enrique Forero Natural SciencesPlant Sciences
Llyn Foulkes Creative ArtsFine Arts
James Bruce French Natural SciencesPhysics
Charles Fuller Creative ArtsDrama & Performance Art
Paul Fussell HumanitiesEnglish Literature
Henry Gabay Creative ArtsFilm
Robert G. Gallager Natural SciencesComputer Science
Herbert J. Gans Sociology
Jacques Garelli French Literature
Guillermo Geisse Grove HumanitiesArchitecture, Planning, & Design
Albert J. Gelpi American Literature
John C. Gerhart Molecular & Cellular Biology
William H. Goetzmann U.S. History
Erving Goffman Sociology
Martin V. Goldman Astronomy—Astrophysics
Michael P. Goldman English Literature
Robert Philip Goldman East Asian Studies
Cylon E. Gonçalves da Silva Physics
Mark Goodman Creative ArtsPhotography
Gary Hamilton Gossen Anthropology & Cultural Studies
William B. Gould Law
George Griffin Creative ArtsFilm
O. Hayes Griffith Molecular & Cellular Biology
Phyllis M. Grosskurth English Literature
Giles B. Gunn American Literature
John Gutmann Creative ArtsPhotography
Shelby J. Haberman Natural SciencesStatistics
Patrick Hanan East Asian Studies
Carolyn M. Hansson Applied Mathematics
John Harbison Music Composition
Robert D. Harbison Fine Arts Research
Richard Harris Law
Gordon Hart Fine Arts
Sven R. Hartmann Physics
Erick Hawkins Creative ArtsChoreography
Sidney M. Hecht Chemistry
Mary Heilmann Fine Arts
Harold C. Helgeson Earth Science
Richard J. Herrnstein Psychology
William Heyen Poetry
Peter W. Hochachka Organismic Biology & Ecology
Sydney P. Hodkinson Music Composition
Israel Horovitz Drama & Performance Art
Henry Horwitz British History
Richard A. Howard Plant Sciences
Robert Hudson Fine Arts
Richard Hugo Poetry
Sandy Hume Creative ArtsPhotography
Alex Inkeles Social SciencesSociology
Miyoko Ito Creative ArtsFine Arts
Roman Jackiw Physics
Arthur M. Jaffe Applied Mathematics
Guillermo Jaim Etcheverry Medicine & Health
Rex L. Jamison Medicine & Health
Farish A. Jenkins Earth Science
M. Kent Jennings Political Science
Bruce M. Johnson American Literature
Diane Lain Johnson English Literature
Edward Dudley Hume Johnson English Literature
Robert K. Josephson Neuroscience
Carl F. Kaestle Education
Inga Karetnikova Fine Arts Research
Simon Karlinsky HumanitiesSlavic Literature
Robert Kaske HumanitiesMedieval Literature
Friedrich Katz Iberian & Latin American History
J. Lawrence Katz Molecular & Cellular Biology
Michael B. Katz U.S. History
John A. Katzenellenbogen Chemistry
Nicholas A. Kefalides Medicine & Health
Cornelis Klein Earth Science
Shoshichi Kobayashi Mathematics
Edward M. Kosower Chemistry
Francisco Kröpfl Creative ArtsMusic Composition
Susumu Kuno HumanitiesLinguistics
Mordecai Kurz Social SciencesEconomics
Donald B. Kuspit HumanitiesFine Arts Research
Alvin L. Kwiram Natural SciencesChemistry
Wayne R. LaFave Law
Barbara Miller Lane Architecture, Planning, & Design
Crispin Larangeira Drama & Performance Art
Beatriz Rosario Lavandera Linguistics
Norman R. Lebovitz Astronomy—Astrophysics
Isaías Lerner Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Bella Lewitzky-Reynolds Creative ArtsChoreography
Enrique Andrés Lihn General Nonfiction
David C. Lindberg History of Science & Technology
Jerzy Linderski Classics
James Lockhart Iberian & Latin American History
Lewis H. Lockwood Music Research
Harvey F. Lodish Molecular & Cellular Biology
Leopoldo M. Maler Fine Arts
Joseph D. Masheck Fine Arts Research
Vojtech Mastny German & East European History
Benson Mates Philosophy
Thomas F. Mathews Fine Arts Research
Gordon Matta-Clark Fine Arts
Brian W. Matthews Molecular & Cellular Biology
Carlos Alfredo Mautalen Medicine & Health
James McMichael Poetry
William L. McMillan Physics
David Mechanic Sociology
Jonas Mekas Creative ArtsFilm
Michael Meltsner Law
Robert Mezey Poetry
Nancy Milford Creative ArtsBiography
Jacob Milgrom Near Eastern Studies
Michael Millgate English Literature
Earl Miner East Asian Studies
Charles W. Moore Architecture, Planning, & Design
Herbert Morris Philosophy
William W. Murdoch Organismic Biology & Ecology
Gregory Nagy HumanitiesClassics
Víctor Elías Nahmod Natural SciencesMedicine & Health
Alan Needleman Natural SciencesApplied Mathematics
Charles Neider General Nonfiction
Jay Neugeboren Creative ArtsFiction
Phill Niblock Creative ArtsFilm
George W. Nickelsburg Religion
Craig Nova Creative ArtsFiction
Julius Novick HumanitiesTheatre Arts
Juan Antonio Oddone HumanitiesIberian & Latin American History
Gregory Orr Creative ArtsPoetry
Linda Orr HumanitiesFrench Literature
Martin Ostwald HumanitiesClassics
Steven Ozment HumanitiesRenaissance History
Nam June Paik Video & Audio
Joseph Pedlosky Earth Science
Jonathan Penner Fiction
Constance Perin Anthropology & Cultural Studies
David M. Perlmutter Linguistics
Edward Pessen U.S. History
Paul E. Peterson Political Science
Sylvia Plachy Creative ArtsPhotography
Raoul Pleskow Music Composition
Nelson W. Polsby Political Science
Richard D. Portes Economics
Kathryn O. Posin Creative ArtsChoreography
William K. Pratt Computer Science
Mark Prent Fine Arts
Peter S. Prescott General Nonfiction
Peter W. Price Organismic Biology & Ecology
Jesse C. Rabinowitz Molecular & Cellular Biology
José Agustín Ramírez Gómez Fiction
Paul Ramsey Religion
Shulamit Ran Music Composition
Edward Ranney Creative ArtsPhotography
Diane Ravitch Education
Omar Rayo Fine Arts
John Shelton Reed Sociology
William P. Reinhardt Chemistry
Frank Restle Psychology
Jacqueline A. Reynolds Molecular & Cellular Biology
Paul G. Richards Earth Science
Daniel Robbins Fine Arts Research
Richard P. Rogers Creative ArtsFilm
Jason P. Rosenblatt English Literature
John Robert Ross Linguistics
Paul Rozin Psychology
Donald B. Rubin Statistics
Jeffrey Z. Rubin Psychology
M. Jonathan Rubin Creative ArtsFilm
Sol I. Rubinow Applied Mathematics
Philippe C. Schmitter Political Science
Ira Schneider Video & Audio
Robert Scholes Literary Criticism
Paul E. Schupp Mathematics
Robert Schwarz Literary Criticism
Marlene Elizabeth Scott Fine Arts
Donald D. Searing Political Science
Alan Franklin Segal Religion
Joseph S. Semancik Plant Sciences
Martin M. Shapiro Political Science
Karl Shell Economics
Elaine C. Showalter English Literature
Joseph H. Silverman Spanish & Portuguese Literature
Barbara Herrnstein Smith Literary Criticism
Mary Elizabeth Smith Iberian & Latin American History
Allan W. Snyder Neuroscience
James A. Spudich Molecular & Cellular Biology
David St. John Poetry
David A. Starrett Economics
Francis Steegmuller French Literature
David C. Steinmetz Renaissance History
Gabriel Stolzenberg Mathematics
Donald D. Stone English Literature
William Stott U.S. History
Ronald S. Stroud Classics
Jean Strouse Creative ArtsBiography
Rose R. Subotnik Music Research
Ezra N. Suleiman Political Science
Geoffrey W. Symcox HumanitiesFrench History
Megan Terry Creative ArtsDrama & Performance Art
Jerry L. Thompson Creative ArtsPhotography
Joan Tower Creative ArtsMusic Composition
Hans L. Trefousse HumanitiesU.S. History
Jean François Treves Natural SciencesMathematics
Chinary Ung Creative ArtsMusic Composition
Martin Wachs HumanitiesArchitecture, Planning, & Design
Mauricio Wacquez Creative ArtsFiction
Derek A. Walcott Creative ArtsDrama & Performance Art
Alice Walker Creative ArtsFiction
Donald G. Walker Natural SciencesMedicine & Health
Geoffrey King Walters Natural SciencesPhysics
Piotr S. Wandycz HumanitiesFrench History
Susan Weil Creative ArtsFine Arts
Félix Weinberg HumanitiesIberian & Latin American History
Robert V. Wells HumanitiesU.S. History
David B. Werner Natural SciencesMedicine & Health
Nicholas P. White HumanitiesPhilosophy
David T. Wilkinson Natural SciencesAstronomy—Astrophysics
Sylvia Jean Wilkinson Creative ArtsFiction
George W. Williams HumanitiesEnglish Literature
Paul H. Williams Natural SciencesPlant Sciences
Oliver E. Williamson Social SciencesEconomics
Christopher J. Wills Natural SciencesMolecular & Cellular Biology
Margaret Dauler Wilson HumanitiesPhilosophy
Nicholas Winograd Natural SciencesChemistry
Roland Winston Natural SciencesPhysics
Ronald G. Witt HumanitiesMedieval History
David Woodward Social SciencesGeography & Environmental Studies
Maurice Wright Creative ArtsMusic Composition
Merwin Crawford Young Social SciencesPolitical Science
Larzer Ziff HumanitiesAmerican Literature
Alex Zwerdling HumanitiesEnglish Literature

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  2. "William W. Murdoch". http://www.gf.org/. Archived from the original on 2011-06-03. Retrieved 2008-08-24.External link in |publisher= (help)

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