List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1951

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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1951.

1951 U.S. and Canadian Fellows

1951 Latin American and Caribbean Fellows

  • José Adem Chahin, Professor of Mathematics, Center of Research and Advanced Studies, National Polytechnic Institute, Mexico City: 1951, 1952.
  • Ricardo E. Alegría Gallardo, Executive Director, Center for Advanced Studies of Puerto Rico and the Caribbean, San Juan: 1951, 1953.
  • Amado Alonso. Spanish: 1951.
  • Mario Altamirano Orrego, Professor of Physiology, J.M. Vargas School of Medicine, Caracas: 1951.
  • Joao José Bigarella, Geologist, Federal University of Paraná: 1951.
  • Danko Brncic Juricic, Professor of Genetics and Evolution, University of Chile: 1951, 1969.
  • Raymond Millard Cable. Biology & Ecology: 1951.
  • Pedro Carrasco Pizana, Senior Research Associate, Brandeis University; Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, State University of New York at Stony Brook: 1951.
  • Domingo Cozzo, Professor Emeritus of Forestry, University of Buenos Aires: 1951.
  • Julio César Cubillos Chaparro, Director, Archeological Museum, Banco Popular, Cali: 1951.
  • Ephraim Donoso, Clinical Professor, Mount Sinai School of Medicine, City University of New York: 1951, 1952.
  • José Vicente Freitas Marcondes, de. Professor Emeritus of Sociology and Labor Law, Foundation School of Social Sciences, University of São Paulo: 1951.
  • Luis Enrique Gregory, Plant Phsysiologist, National Arboretum, Beltsville, Maryland: 1951.
  • Jorge León Arguedas, Former Plant Materials Officer, Plant Production and Protection Division, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome: 1951, 1952.
  • Alicia Lourteig, Chief of Research, Laboratory of Phanerogams, National Museum of Natural History, Paris: 1951, 1952.
  • Roberto Eusebio Mancini. Medicine: 1951.
  • Pierre Marcelin. Fiction: 1951.
  • Leví Marrero Artiles, Retired Professor of Geography, University of Puerto Rico: 1951.
  • Edmundo O'Gorman. Iberian and Latin American History: 1951.
  • José Luis Romero (historian)|José Luis Romero]]. Medieval History: 1951, 1969.
  • Philippe Thoby-Marcelin, Deceased. Fiction: 1951.
  • José Vela Zanetti. Fine Arts, Painting: 1951, 1952.

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