List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1973


List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1973

List of Guggenheim fellows for 1973.

United States and Canadian fellows

* Richard Newbold Adams, Rapoport Centennial Professor Emeritus of Liberal Arts, University of Texas at Austin: 1973.
* Robert Hickman Adams, Photographer, Astoria, Oregon: 1973, 1980.
* Renata Adler, Writer, New York City: 1973.
* Hugh G. J. Aitken, Deceased. Economic History: 1973.
* George A. Akerlof, Professor of Economics, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Gustave Alef, Professor Emeritus of History, University of Oregon: 1973.
* Reginald Allen, Curator, The Gilbert and Sullivan Collection, Pierpont Morgan Library, New York City: 1973.
* William Alonso, Richard Saltonstall Professor of Population Policy in the Faculty of Public Health, Harvard University: 1973.
* Edward Anders, Horace B. Horton Emeritus Professor of Physical Science, University of Chicago: 1973.
* Evan H. Appelman, Retired Senior Chemist, Argonne National Laboratory, University of Chicago: 1973.
* Frederick Charles Barghoorn, Deceased. Political Science: 1973.
* Ilhan Basgöz, Professor of Uralic and Altaic Studies, Indiana University: 1973.
* Leslie Bassett, Composer; Albert A. Stanley Distinguished University Professor Emeritus of Music, University of Michigan School of Music: 1973, 1980.
* James H. Beck, Professor of Art History, and Director, Casa Italiana Center for Italian Studies, Columbia University: 1973.
* Ivar E. Berg, Professor of Sociology, University of Pennsylvania: 1973.
* Joseph S. Berliner, Rosen Family Professor Emeritus of Economics, Brandeis University: 1973.
* Abraham Harry Black, Deceased. Psychology: 1973.
* Henry G. Blosser, University Distinguished Professor, Michigan State University: 1973.
* Ilya Bolotowsky, Deceased. Fine Arts: 1973.
* Karl S. Bottigheimer, Professor of History, State University of New York at Stony Brook: 1973.
* Paul A. Bouissac, Professor of French, Victoria College, University of Toronto: 1973.
* Mary Jean Bowman, Professor Emeritus of Education and of Economics, University of Chicago: 1973.
* Paul Samuel Boyer, Merle Curti Professor of History, University of Wisconsin, Madison: 1973.
* Winslow Russell Briggs, Director Emeritus, Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institution of Washington, Stanford, California: 1973.
* Harold Chillingworth Brookfield, Professor of Human Geography, Australian National University: 1973.
* H. Allen Brooks, Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts, University of Toronto: 1973.
* Peter P. Brooks, Chester D. Tripp Professor of Humanities, Yale University: 1973.
* Brock Brower, Writer, Princeton, New Jersey: 1973.
* Donald J. Brown, Philip R. Allen Professor of Economics, Yale University:1973.
* Leon Carl Brown, Garrett Professor in Foreign Affairs Emeritus, Princeton University: 1973.
* Marvin Brown, Artist, New Rochelle, New York: 1973.
* Merle Elliott Brown, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1973.
* William L. Brown, Jr., deceased.Professor of Entomology, Cornell University: 1973.
* Stuart Weems Bruchey, Allan Nevins Professor Emeritus of American Economic History, Columbia University: 1973.
* John P. Bunker, Visiting Fellow, King's College, London; Professor Emeritus of Anesthesia, Stanford University School of Medicine: 1973.
* David Lowry Burgess, Dean, College of Fine Arts, Carnegie Mellon University: 1973.
* David Bird Burner, Professor of History, State University of New York at Stony Brook: 1973.
* Jack Wesley Burnham, Jr, Professor of Art, University of Maryland at College Park: 1973.
* Jeffrey Martin Camhi, Professor of Biology, Hebrew University, Jerusalem: 1973.
* Charles R. Cantor, Chief Scientific Officer, Sequenom, Inc, San Diego, CA: 1973.
* Sherwin Carlquist, Violetta L. Horton Professor Emeritus of Botany, Claremont Graduate School and Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden: 1973.
* Paul Alexander Castelfranco, Emeritus Professor of Botany, University of California, Davis: 1973.
* James Joseph Castles, Executive Associate Dean and Professor of Internal Medicine, University of California, Davis: 1973.
* Maarten Jan Chrispeels, Professor of Biology, University of California, San Diego: 1973.
* Chryssa, Artist, New York City: 1973.
* Grady Edward Clay, Editor, Landscape Architecture Quarterly, Washington, DC: 1973.
* Roderick Keener Clayton, Professor Emeritus of Biophysics, Cornell University: 1973, 1980.
* Edward M. Coffman, Professor Emeritus of History, University of Wisconsin-Madison: 1973.
* Marvin Leonard Colker, Professor of Classics, University of Virginia: 1973.
* R. John Collier, Maude and Lillian Presley Professor of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Harvard Medical School: 1973.
* Harold C. Conklin, Crosby Professor Emeritus of Anthropology, Yale University: 1973.
* Robert James Cook, R. J. Cook Endowed Chair in Wheat Research, Washington State University: 1973
* F. Edward Cranz, Rosemary Park Professor Emeritus of History, Connecticut College: 1973.
* Stuart A. Curran, Vartan Gregorian Professor of English, University of Pennsylvania: 1973.
* Robert Dallek, Professor of History, Boston University: 1973.
* Robert F. Dalzell, Jr., Ephraim Williams Professor of American History, Williams College: 1973
* Bill Dane, Photographer, Point Richmond, California: 1973, 1982.
* Donald Davidson, Willis S. and Marion Slusser Professor of Philosophy, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Carl Dawson, Professor of English, University of Delaware: 1973.
* Robert J. DeLange, Professor of Biological Chemistry, University of California, Los Angeles: 1973.
* Daniel Dembrosky, Film Maker, Hackensack, New Jersey: 1973.
* Richard Lawrence de Neufville, Chair, Professor of Civil Engineering, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1973.
* Alfred Diamant, Professor Emeritus of Political Science and West European Studies, Indiana University: 1973.
* David Diao, Artist, New York City: 1973.
* Morris Dickstein, Distinguished Professor of English, Queens College and Graduate Center, City University of New York: 1973.
* Howard Marvin Dintzis, Professor of Biophysics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine: 1973.
* William Read Dolbier, Jr., Professor of Chemistry, University of Florida: 1973.
* Russell Stephen Drago, Deceased. Chemistry: 1973.
* Edwin Ellsworth Dugger, Composer; Professor of Music, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Peter James Duignan, Senior Fellow Emeritus and Stella and Ira Lillick Curator, Africa Collection, Hoover Institution on War, Revolution and Peace, Stanford University: 1973.
* Lewis Joachim Edinger, Professor Emeritus of Government, Columbia University: 1973.
* Peter Dorman Eimas, Fred M. Seed Professor Emeritus of Cognitive and Linguistic Sciences, Brown University: 1973.
* Robert Claude Elston, Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio: 1973.
* Ed Emshwiller, Deceased. Film and Video Art: 1973, 1978.
* Charles Joseph Epstein, Professor of Pediatrics, School of Medicine, University of California, San Francisco: 1973.
* Jean-Claude Falmagne, Professor of Cognitive Science, University of California, Irvine: 1973.
* Paul Gerard Federbush, Professor of Mathematics, University of Michigan: 1973.
* Gerald Feinberg, Deceased. Physics: 1973.
* Gerald Donald Feldman, Professor of History, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Irving Feldman, Poet; Distinguished Professor of English, State University of New York at Buffalo: 1973.
* Shoshana Felman, Associate Professor of French, Yale University: 1973.
* Leopold B. Felsen, Professor of Electrophysics and Dean of Engineering, Polytechnic Institute of New York: 1973.
* Anne D. Ferry, Emeritus Professor of English, Boston College: 1973.
* Robert M. Fogelson, Professor of Urban Studies and History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1973.
* Thomas M. Franck, Professor of Law; Director, Center for International Studies, New York University: 1973, 1982.
* Mary Frank, Artist, New York City: 1973, 1983.
* Russell Alfred Fraser, Austin Warren Professor Emeritus of English Literature and Language, University of Michigan: 1973.
* Daniel Z. Freedman, Professor of Applied Mathematics, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1973, 1985.
* Michael Martin Fried, Professor of History of Art, Johns Hopkins University: 1973.
* Frederick Eugene Gaines, Director of Theatre, Lawrence University, Appleton, WI: 1973.
* Gary Cloyd Galbraith, Professor of Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles: 1973.
* John S. Galbraith, Professor Emeritus of History, University of California, San Diego: 1973.
* John Gardner, Deceased. Fiction: 1973.
* Lloyd C. Gardner, Charles and Mary Beard Professor of History, Rutgers College, Rutgers University: 1973.
* Gordon Paul Garmire, Evan Pugh Professor of Astronomy, Pennsylvania State University: 1973.
* Richard A. Gatti, Professor of Pathology, School of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles; Director, Pediatric Oncology and Immunology, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles: 1973.
* James L. Gaylor, Associate Director of Life Sciences, Glenolden Laboratory, Glenolden, Pennsylvania: 1973.
* Rochel Gelman, Professor of Psychology, University of California, Los Angeles: 1973.
* Alan Gelperin, Member of Technical Staff, Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, New Jersey: 1973.
* Ian R. Gibbons, Research Scientist, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Carl Hunter Gibson, Professor of Engineering Physics and Oceanography, University of California, San Diego: 1973.
* Bentley B. Gilbert, Professor of Emeritus of History, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle: 1973.
* Brendan Gill, Deceased. Biography: 1973.
* Joel Louis Gold, Film Maker, New York City: 1973.
* Walter Goodman, Critic and Senior Writer, The New York Times: 1973.
* Charles Franklin Gordon, Playwright, New York City: 1973.
* Adon Alden Gordus, Professor of Chemistry, University of Michigan: 1973.
* George Jackson Graham, Jr., Chair, Professor of Political Science, Vanderbilt University: 1973.
* David M. Green, Emeritus Professor of Psychology, University of Florida: 1973.
* James G. Greeno, Margaret Jacks Professor of Education, Stanford University: 1973.
* Anthony James Gregor, Professor of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Lawrence Grossman, University Distinguished Professor of Biochemistry, The Johns Hopkins University: 1973.
* Morton E. Gurtin, Professor of Mathematics, Carnegie-Mellon University: 1973.
* Joseph Robert Gusfield, Professor of Sociology, University of California, San Diego: 1973.
* Hans Haacke, Artist; Professor of Art, Cooper Union School of Art and Architecture: 1973.
* Ernst B. Haas, Robson Research Professor of Government, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Charles Adam Hale, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Iowa: 1973.
* Michael David Hall, Artist; Head, Sculpture Department, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, 1973.
* Frederick Hammersley, Artist, Albuquerque, New Mexico: 1973.
* Eric Pratt Hamp, Robert Maynard Hutchins Distinguished Service Professor of Linguistics, University of Chicago: 1973.
* Charley Dean Hardwick, Professor of Philosophy and Religion, American University: 1973.
* William Neal Harrison, Writer; Retired University Professor of English, University of Arkansas: 1973.
* John M. Headley, Professor of History, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill: 1973.
* Reinhold August Friedrich Heller, Professor of Art, University of Chicago: 1973.
* Richard Hellie, Professor of Russian History, University of Chicago: 1973.
* Mike Henderson, Film Maker; Professor of Art, University of California, Davis: 1973. Appointed as Henderson, William.
* David Michael Hercules, Chair, Centennial Professor of Chemistry, Vanderbilt University: 1973.
* Andrew Hughes, Associate Professor of Musicology, University of Toronto: 1973.
* Vincent Jaccarino, Professor and Director, Quantum Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara: 1973.
* Lloyd Miles Jackman, Professor of Chemistry, Pennsylvania State University: 1973.
* Laura Riding Jackson, Deceased. Literary Criticism: 1973.
* Eugenia Parry Janis, Adjunct Professor of Art, University of New Mexico: 1973.
* Irving Lester Janis, Deceased. Psychology: 1973.
* William Platt Jencks, Rosenstiel Professor of Biochemistry, Brandeis University: 1973.
* Chalmers Ashby Johnson, Professor of Political Science, University of California, San Diego: 1973.
* Klaus W. Jonas, Professor Emeritus of Germanic Languages and Literatures, University of Pittsburgh: 1973.
* James M. Jones, Professor of Psychology, University of Delaware, and Director, Minority Fellowship Program, American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.: 1973.
* Madison Jones, Novelist; Emeritus Professor of English and Alumni Writer-in-Residence, Auburn University: 1973.
* James Kennedy, Film Maker, Santa Monica, California: 1973.
* X. J. Kennedy, Poet, Lexington, Massachusetts: 1973. Appointed as Kennedy, Joseph Charles.
* Eva C. Keuls, Emeritus Professor of Classics, University of Minnesota: 1973.
* James R. Kincaid, Aerol Arnold Professor of English, University of Southern California: 1973, 1982.
* Toichiro Kinoshita, Emeritus Professor of Physics, Cornell University: 1973.
* David John James Kinsman, Independent Environmental Consultant; Retired, Freshwater Biological Association, Cumbria, England: 1973.
* Bernard Edwin Kirschenbaum, Artist, New York City: 1973.
* Margaret Galland Kivelson, Professor of Space Physics, Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics, University of California, Los Angeles: 1973.
* Nicholas Anthony Krall, Vice President, Krall Associates, Del Mar, California: 1973.
* Stephen M. Krane, Persis, Cyrus and Marlow B. Harrison Professor of Medicine, Harvard Medical School: 1973.
* Norman Kretchmer, Deceased. Medicine: 1973.
* Myrna Lamb, Playwright, New York City: 1973.
* Rosette Clementine Lamont, Emeritus Professor of French and Comparative Literature, Graduate Program, CUNY: 1973.
* Hubert Darrell Lance, Emeritus Professor of Old Testament Interpretation and Dean of the Faculty, Colgate Rochester Divinity School, Rochester, New York: 1973.
* George Paul Landow, Professor of English and Art, Brown University: 1973, 1978.
* Lawrence Juen-Yee Lau, Kwoh-Ting Li Professor of Economic Development, Stanford University: 1973.
* P. Herbert Leiderman, Emeritus Professor of Psychiatry, Stanford University School of Medicine: 1973.
* Philip Levine, Poet, New York City: 1973, 1980.
* Hsi-Huey Liang, Emeritus Professor of History, Vassar College: 1973.
* Stephen Lichtenbaum, Professor of Mathematics, Brown University: 1973.
* Charles Lockwood, Writer, Topanga, California: 1973.
* John Leask Lumley, Willis H. Carrier Professor of Engineering, Cornell University: 1973.
* Wendy Snyder MacNeil, Photographer; Assistant Professor of Art, Wellesley College: 1973.
* Waldo George Magnuson, Jr., Retired Senior Staff Engineer, Electronics Engineering Department, Lawrence Livermore Laboratory, University of California, Livermore: 1973.
* Dominic W. Massaro, Professor of Psychology, University of California, Santa Cruz: 1973.
* Michael McClure, Poet; Professor of English, California College of Arts and Crafts: 1973.
* Lionel Wilfred McKenzie, Wilson Professor Emeritus of Economics, University of Rochester: 1973.
* David McNeill, Professor of Behavioral Sciences and Linguistics, University of Chicago: 1973.
* Murray Mednick, Playwright; Artistic Director, Padva Hills Playwrights' Workshiop, Los Angeles: 1973.
* Boyd Mefferd, Artist, Canton, Connecticut: 1973.
* William S. Merwin, Poet, Haiku, Hawaii; Distinguished Professor of Humanities, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art: 1973, 1983.
* Ellen Mickiewicz, Alben W. Barkley Professor of Political Science, Emory University; Director, Soviet Media and Int'l Communications Program, The Carter Center, Atlanta, GA: 1973.
* Barton A. Midwood, Writer; Co-Director, New York Studio for Writers, Garden City, NY: 1973.
* Deborah Duff Milenkovitch, President, Calhoun Corporation, New York City: 1973.
* Arthur Green Miller, Professor of Art History, University of Maryland: 1973.
* Julian Malcolm Miller, Deceased. Chemistry: 1973.
* Robert Rush Miller, Professor Emeritus of Biology and Curator Emeritus of Fishes, University of Michigan: 1973.
* Nicholas Mrosovsky, Professor of Zoology and Psychology, University of Toronto: 1973.
* Walter Francis Murphy, McCormick Professor Emeritus of Jurisprudence, Princeton University: 1973.
* Forrest W. Myers, Sculptor, New York City: 1973.
* Awadh K. Narain, Professor Emeritus of History and South Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison: 1973.
* Andrew James Nathan, Professor of Political Science, Columbia University: 1973.
* Gunvor Nelson, Film Maker, Kristinehamn, Sweden: 1973.
* Jacob Neusner, Distinguished Research Professor of Religious Studies, University of South Florida, Tampa: 1973, 1979.
* John Nicholas Newman, Professor of Naval Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology: 1973.
* David Shepherd Nivison, Walter Y. Evans-Wentz Emeritus Professor of Oriental Philosophies, Religions and Ethics, Stanford University: 1973.
* Park S. Nobel, Professor of Biology, University of California, Los Angeles: 1973.
* Richard J. Ofshe, Associate Professor of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Pauline Oliveros, Composer, Kingston, New York: 1973.
* Raymond Lee Orbach, Chancellor, University of California, Riverside: 1973.
* Gordon Howell Orians, Professor Emeritus of Zoology, University of Washington: 1973.
* Leo Nicholas Ornston, Professor of Biology, Yale University: 1973.
* Robert R. Palmer, Professor Emeritus of History, Yale University: 1973.
* Joseph Papaleo, Writer; Member of the Faculty Emeritus, Sarah Lawrence College: 1973.
* Alexander A. Parker, Deceased. Professor Emeritus of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Texas at Austin: 1973.
* Alan Peshkin, Visiting Professor of Education, Stanford, University; Professor Emeritus of Education, University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana: 1973.
* Stanley Peters, Professor of Linguistics and Symbolic Systems, Stanford University: 1973.
* Laurence E. Peterson, Emeritus Professor of Physics; Director, Center for Astrophysics and Space Sciences, University of California, San Diego: 1973.
* Warner L. Peticolas, Professor of Chemistry, University of Oregon: 1973.
* Ted Edgar Petrie, Professor of Mathematics, Rutgers College, Rutgers University: 1973.
* Matthew Phillips, Artist, Berkeley, California: 1973.
* Frances Fox Piven, Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Sociology, Graduate Center, City University of New York: 1973.
* Stanley Plumly, Poet; Distinguished Professor of English, University of Maryland at College Park: 1973.
* Robert Otto Pohl, Professor of Physics, Cornell University: 1973.
* Burton Ralph Pollin, Professor Emeritus of English, Bronx Community College, City University of New York: 1973.
* Robert Pollock, Composer; Artistic Director, Composers Guild of NJ, Ship Bottom, New Jersey: 1973.
* John Herman Richard Polt, Professor of Spanish, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Basilios N. Poulos, Artist; Associate Professor of Fine Arts, Rice University: 1973.
* William H. Pritchard, Henry Clay Folger Professor of English, Amherst College: 1973.
* Daniel Gray Quillen, Member of the Faculty of Mathematical Sciences, Magdalen College, Oxford University: 1973.
* John Oscar Rasmussen, Jr., Emeritus Professor of Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Willis Harmon Ray, Vilas Research Professor of Engineering, University of Wisconsin-Madison: 1973.
* Stuart Reiner, Senior Lecturer in Music, University of Capetown: 1973.
* Louis Philip Remsberg, Jr., Chemist, Brookhaven National Laboratory: 1973.
* Paul Linford Richards, Professor of Physics, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* John Rodgers, Silliman Professor Emeritus of Geology, Yale University: 1973.
* Gordon Rogoff, Professor of Dramaturgy and Dramatic Literature, Yale Drama School, New Haven, CT: 1973.
* Richard McKay Rorty, Professor of Comparative Literature, Stanford University: 1973.
* Richard Rose, Professor of Public Policy and Director of the Centre for the Study of Public Policy, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow: 1973.
* Richard Newton Rosecrance, Professor of Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles: 1973.
* Charles Rosen, Professor of Music, University of Chicago: 1973.
* Edgar Rosenberg, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, Cornell University: 1973.
* Robert Rosenthal, Edgar Pierce Professor Emeritus of Psychology, Harvard University; Professor of Psychology, University of California, Riverside: 1973.
* Robert Ryman, Artist, New York City: 1973.
* John E. Savage, Professor of Computer Science, Brown University: 1973.
* Robert F. Sayre, Emeritus Professor of English, University of Iowa: 1973.
* John R. Scheffer, Professor of Chemistry, University of British Columbia: 1973.
* Wilfried Schmid, Dwight Parker Robinson Professor of Mathematics, Harvard University: 1973, 1988.
* Kenneth Ray Scholberg, Deceased. Spanish Literature: 1973.
* J. William Schopf, Professor of Paleobiology and Director, Center for the Study of Evolution and the Origin of Life, University of California, los Angeles: 1973, 1988.
* James Scully, Poet; Professor Emeritus of English, University of Connecticut: 1973.
* John Douglas Seelye, Graduate Research Professor of English, University of Florida: 1973.
* Richard Sennett, Professor of Sociology, New York University: 1973.
* Kenneth L. Servis, Professor of Chemistry, University of Southern California: 1973.
* Neil Sheehan, Writer, Washington, D.C.: 1973.
* Michael L. Shelanski, Francis Delafield Professor and Chairman of Pathology, Columbia University: 1973.
* Sonia Landy Sheridan, Photographer; Professor Emeritus of Generative Systems, School of the Art Institute of Chicago: 1973.
* Alan J. Shields, Artist, Shelter Island, New York: 1973.
* William Silen, Johnson and Johnson Distinguished Professor of Surgery, Harvard Medical School: 1973.
* Robert H. Silsbee, Emeritus Professor of Physics and Director, Materials Science Center, Cornell University: 1973.
* Neil J. Smelser, Director, Center for Advanced Study in the Behavioral Sciences, Stanford, California: 1973.
* David Hamilton Smith, Deceased. Medicine & Health: 1973.
* Robert I. Smithson, Deceased, Fine Arts-Sculpture: 1973.
* Jack Sonenberg, Artist; Professor of Fine Arts, Pratt Institute: 1973.
* Gilbert Sorrentino, Writer; Emeritus Professor of English, Stanford University: 1973, 1987.
* Michael Ellman Soulé, Emeritus Professor of Natural Resources, University of California, Santa Cruz: 1973.
* Marvin Spevack, Professor (Ordinarius) of English and Director of the English Seminar, University of Münster: 197 3.
* Steven Lee Spiegel, Associate Professor of Political Science, University of California, Los Angeles: 1973.
* Seymour Spilerman, Julian C. Levi Professor of Social Science, Columbia University: 1973.
* Oliver H. Statler, Writer; Adjunct Professor, Asian Studies, University of Hawaii, Honolulu: 1973.
* Peter Nathaniel Stearns, Dean, College of Humanities and Social Sciences and Heinz Professor of History, Carnegie Mellon University: 1973.
* Jane W. Stedman, Professor Emeritus of English, Roosevelt University: 1973.
* Ronald Steel, Writer, Washington, DC; Professor, School of International Relations, Los Angeles, CA: 1973
* Richard G. Stern, Writer; Regenstern Professor of English and American Language and Literature, University of Chicago: 1973.
* Bernt Petter Stigum, Professor of Economics, University of Oslo: 1973.
* Michael Sullivan, Christensen Professor Emeritus of Oriental Art, Stanford University: 1973.
* Donald Wayne Sutherland, Deceased. Medieval Studies: 1973.
* Masamichi Takesaki, Professor of Mathematics, University of California, Los Angeles: 1973.
* Paul Talalay, John Jacob Abel Distinguished Service Professor, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine: 1973.
* Manik Talwani, Professor of Geology, Lamont-Doherty Geological Observatory, Columbia University: 1973.
* Ronald Tavel, Playwright, Bangkok: 1973.
* Cecil P. Taylor, Composer, New York City: 1973.
* Malvin C. Teich, Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, Biomedical Engineering and Physics, Boston University: 1973.
* David Paul Thelen, Editor, Journal of American History, Indiana University: 1973.
* Carl E. Thoresen, Associate Dean, Academic Affiars; Professor of Education and Psychology, Stanford University: 1973.
* George A. Tice, Photographer; Instructor in Photography, New School for Social Research and School of Visual Arts, New York City: 1973.
* William Trager, Professor of Parasitology, Rockefeller University: 1973.
* George H. Trilling, Professor Emeritus of Physics, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Michael Thomas Turvey, Professor of Psychology, University of Connecticut: 1973.
* Frederic Tuten, Writer; Assistant Professor of English, City College, City University of New York: 1973.
* Peter Kenneth Unger, Professor of Philosophy, New York University: 1973.
* John Vachon, Deceased. Photography: 1973.
* Kensal Edward Van Holde, Emeritus Distinguished Professor of Biophysics, Oregon State University: 1973.
* Jean-Claude van Itallie, Playwright; President, Shantigar Foundation, Rowe, Massachusetts: 1973, 1980.
* Alden T. Vaughan, Emeritus Professor of History, Columbia University: 1973.
* Joan Eveline Vincent, Emeritus Professor of Anthropology, Barnard College, Columbia University: 1973.
* Peter Hans von Hippel, Professor of Chemistry, University of Oregon: 1973.
* Frederic Evans Wakeman, Jr., Haas Professor of Asian Studies, University of California, Berkeley: 1973.
* Joseph A. Walker, Playwright; Professor of Drama, Howard University: 1973.
* Emily Stipes Watts, Professor of English, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: 1973.
* Theodore Weesner, Writer; Associate Professor of Creative Writing, Carnegie-Mellon University: 1973.
* Louis Weingarden, Deceased . Composer: 1973.
* David Loeb Weiss, Film Maker, Brooklyn, New York: 1973.
* Gerald Weissmann, Professor of Medicine; Director, Division of Rheumatology, New York University Medical Center: 1973.
* Roger Wertheimer, Professor of Philosophy, University of Houston: 1973.
* Arthur H. Westing, Consultant, Westing Associates in Environment, Security, and Education, Putney, Vermont: 1973.
* Harrison Colyar White, Professor of Sociology, Columbia University: 1973.
* Herbert S. Wilf, Professor of Mathematics, University of Pennsylvania: 1973.
* Kathleen Mary Williams, Deceased. 18th Century English Literature: 1973.
* Mason Willrich, Former President, CEO, Pacific Gas and Electric Company, San Francisco, California: 1973.
* John Wilmerding, Christopher Binyon Sarofim '86 Professor of American Art, Princeton University; 1973.
* Stanley George Wojcicki, Professor of Physics, Stanford University: 1973.
* Lincoln Wolfenstein, University Professor of Physics, Carnegie-Mellon University: 1973, 1983.
* Michael George Wood, Professor of English Literature, University of Exeter: 1973.
* James Edward Wright, President, Dartmouth College: 1973.
* Nien-chu C. Yang, Gustavus F. and Ann M. Swift Distinguished Service Professor of Chemistry, University of Chicago: 1973.
* Jan A. D. Zeevaart, University Distinguished Professor, MSU/ERDA Plant Research Laboratory, Michigan State University: 1973.

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