List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1999


List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 1999

=U.S. and Canadian Fellows=

* Chris Aiken, Choreographer and Dancer, Minneapolis; Teaching Specialist in Theatre Arts and Dance, University of Minnesota: Choreography.
* Jonathan Ames, Writer, New York City: Fiction.
* Barbara Watson Andaya, Professor of Asian Studies, University of Hawaii: A gendered history of early modern Southeast Asia.
* C. Edson Armi, Professor of History of Art, University of California, Santa Barbara: The first Romanesque architecture.
* Jon Robin Baitz, Playwright, New York City; Co-Director, Dramatic Writing Program, Juilliard School: Play writing.
* Peter Balakian, Professor of English, Colgate University: A family memoir.
* Lillian Ball, Artist, New York City: Visual art.
* Mary C. Beckerle, Professor of Biology, University of Utah: The molecular mechanism of cell movement.
* Robin Behn, Poet, Tuscaloosa, Alabama; Associate Professor of English, University of Alabama: Poetry.
* Andrea Belag, Artist, New York City; Instructor in Drawing, School of Visual Arts: Painting.
* David N. Beratan, Professor of Chemistry, University of Pittsburgh: Energy transduction schemes in biology.
* Janet Catherine Berlo, Susan B. Anthony Professor of Gender and Women's Studies and Professor of Art History, University of Rochester: Graphic arts of the 19th-century Plains Indians.
* Derek Bermel, Composer, Brooklyn, New York: Music composition.
* Ben S. Bernanke, Howard Harrison and Gabrielle Snyder Beck Professor of Economics and Public Affairs, Princeton University: Economic policy and the Great Depression.
* David Biale, Koret Professor of Jewish History and Director, Richard S. Dinner Center for Jewish Studies, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, California: Blood as a symbol and a substance in Western culture.
* Roger Bilham, Professor of Geological Sciences and Associate Director, Cooperative Institute for Research in the Environmental Sciences(CIRES), University of Colorado, Boulder: Global urbanization and seismic risk.
* Sheila S. Blair, Independent Scholar, Richmond, New Hampshire: A survey of Islamic calligraphy.
* Caroline H. Bledsoe, Professor of Anthropology, Northwestern University: Body contingency and linearity in the history of Western obstetrics.
* Andrea Blum, Artist, New York City; Associate Professor of Art, Hunter College, City University of New York: Sculpture and public art.
* David Bottoms, Poet, Marietta, Georgia; Professor of English, Georgia State University: Poetry.
* Rogers Brubaker, Professor of Sociology, University of California, Los Angeles: Ethnicity and nationalism in a Transylvanian town.
* Stephen G. Brush, Distinguished University Professor of the History of Science, University of Maryland, College Park: A comparative study of theory evaluation in different sciences.
* Steven M. Burke, Composer, Hopewell Junction, New York: Music composition.
* Jacqueline Carey, Writer, Missoula, Montana: Fiction.
* Susan Carey, Professor of Psychology, New York University: The origin of concepts.
* George Chaconas, Professor of Biochemistry and MRC Distinguished Scientist, University of Western Ontario: Molecular biological studies of the Lyme disease spirochete.
* Gordon H. Chang, Associate Professor of History, Stanford University: America's relationship with Asia.
* Jay Clayton, Professor of English and Director of Graduate Studies, Vanderbilt University: Contemporary culture and the 19th-century heritage.
* Daniel A. Cohen, Associate Professor of History, Florida International University: Rebecca Reed and the burning of the Charlestown convent.
* Bernard Cooper, Writer, Los Angeles; Member of the Core Faculty in Fiction and Creative Non-Fiction, Antioch University: A memoir.
* Leda Cosmides, Associate Professor of Psychology, University of California, Santa Barbara: Reason and the evolution of the imagination (in collaboration with John Tooby).
* James Cracraft, Professor of History and University Scholar, University of Illinois at Chicago: The Petrine revolution in Russian culture.
* Blondell Cummings, Choreographer and Performer, New York City: Choreography.
* Andrew Cyrille, Composer, Montclair, New Jersey; Member of the Faculty in Music, New School for Social Research: Music composition.
* Frederick T. Davies, Jr., Professor of Horticulture and of Molecular and Environmental Plant Sciences, Texas A&M University: Mycorrhizal fungi as biofertilizers in Peruvian potato farming systems.
* Dick Davis, Professor of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, The Ohio State University: Translation and literary hybridity.
* Robert C. Davis, Associate Professor of History, The Ohio State University: Italian responses to enslavement by Barbary Coast corsairs, 1500-1800.
* Victoria de Grazia, Professor of History, Columbia University: American market culture in 20th-century Europe.
* Percy Alec Deift, Professor of Mathematics, Courant Institute, New York University: Riemann-Hilbert problems in pure and applied mathematics.
* Paul DeMarinis, Artist, San Francisco; Lecturer in Sound Art, San Francisco Art Institute: Sound installation.
* Junot Daz, Writer, New York City; Assistant Professor of Creative Writing, Syracuse University: Fiction.
* Patsy S. Dickinson, Professor of Biology, Bowdoin College: Long-term control of neural networks and neuronal properties.
* Tamar Diesendruck, Composer, Somerville, Massachusetts; Fellow, Bunting Institute, Radcliffe College: Music composition.
* Marita Dingus, Artist, Auburn, Washington: Sculpture.
* Emmanuel Dongala, Writer, Great Barrington, Massachusetts; Member of the Faculty in Literature and Chemistry, Simon's Rock College of Bard College: Fiction.
* Christopher B. Donnan, Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles: Ceramic portraits of ancient Peru.
* Linda Dowling, Independent Scholar, Princeton, New Jersey: Charles Eliot Norton and the art of civil life.
* Laura Lee Downs, Associate Professor of History, University of Michigan: French children's summer camps, 1880-1960.
* Ellen Carol DuBois, Professor of History, University of California, Los Angeles: Women's enfranchisement worldwide.
* Alessandro Duranti, Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Los Angeles: Walter Capps' campaign for the United States Congress.
* Barry Eichengreen, John L. Simpson Professor of Economics and Professor of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley: The European economy since 1945.
* G. Barney Ellison, Professor of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of Colorado, Boulder: Atmospheric processing of organic aerosols.
* Nader Engheta, Professor of Electrical Engineering, University of Pennsylvania: Fractional paradigm of classical electrodynamics.
* Will Eno, Playwright, Brooklyn, New York: Play writing.
* Eve Ensler, Playwright, New York City: Play writing.
* Kathleen M. Erndle, Associate Professor of Religion, Florida State University: Women, goddess possession, and power in Kangra Hinduism.
* Jason Eskenazi, Photographer, Bayside, New York: Photography.
* Andrew G. Ewing, Professor of Chemistry, J. Lloyd Huck Professor in Natural Sciences, and Adjunct Professor of Neuroscience and Anatomy, Pennsylvania State University: Single-cell membrane structure following exocytosis.
* Carole Fabricant, Professor of English, University of California, Riverside: Anglo-Irish representations of colonial Ireland.
* B. H. Fairchild, Poet, Claremont, California; Professor of English, California State University, San Bernardino: Poetry.
* Aaron L. Fogelson, Professor of Mathematics, University of Utah: The processes of platelet aggregation and coagulation.
* John Foran, Professor of Sociology, University of California, Santa Barbara: The origins of Third World social revolutions.
* David Frick, Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures, University of California, Berkeley: Peoples, confessions, and languages in 17th-century Vilnius.
* Peter Fritzsche, Professor of History, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign: Nostalgia and memory.
* Kit Galloway, Video Artist, Santa Monica, California; Co-Director, Electronic Cafe International, Santa Monica: Video (in collaboration with Sherrie Rabinowitz).
* Andrew Garrison, Film Maker, Louisville, Kentucky; Visiting Lecturer in Film, University of Texas at Austin: Film making.
* Daniel Gilbert, Professor of Psychology, Harvard University: The psychology of affective forecasting.
* Scott F. Gilbert, Professor of Biology, Swarthmore College: The development and evolution of turtle shells.
* Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore, Associate Professor of History, Yale University: Americans and race from World War I to the Brown decision.
* Warren Ginsberg, Professor of English, University at Albany, State University of New York: Chaucer's Italian tradition.
* Robb W. Glenny, Associate Professor of Medicine and of Physiology and Biophysics, University of Washington School of Medicine: Efficient pulmonary gas exchange.
* Lydia Goehr, Professor of Philosophy, Columbia University: The concept of musicality in modernist opera.
* David Goldes, Photographer, Minneapolis; Professor of Media Arts, Minneapolis College of Art and Design: Photography.
* Cameron Gordon, Sid W. Richardson Foundation Regents Professor of Mathematics, University of Texas at Austin: Studies in three-dimensional manifolds.
* Kenneth R. Graves, Photographer, State College, Pennsylvania; Professor of Art, Pennsylvania State University: Photography.
* James E. Haber, Professor of Biology, Brandeis University: The mechanisms of recombination and DNA repair.
* Matt Harle, Artist, Brooklyn, New York: Sculpture.
* Neil Harris, Preston and Sterling Morton Professor of History, University of Chicago: A history of the American urban newspaper building.
* Jeffrey W. Harrison, Poet, Andover, Massachusetts; Roger Murray Writer-in-Residence, Phillips Academy, Andover: Poetry.
* Regina Harrison, Professor of Comparative Literature and Spanish and Director, Comparative Literature Program, University of Maryland, College Park: Cultural translation in colonial Spanish-Quechua literature.
* Kathryn Hellerstein, Lecturer in Yiddish Language and Literature, University of Pennsylvania: Women poets in Yiddish.
* Paul Hendrickson, Staff Writer, The Washington Post; Visiting Lecturer in English, University of Pennsylvania: The legacy of racism in Mississippi sheriffs' families.
* Michael Herzfeld, Professor of Anthropology, Harvard University: Past and present in modern Rome.
* Julia Heyward, Multi-media Artist, New York City; Visiting Instructor in Video Production, Pratt Institute: Multi-media art.
* Tin-Lun Ho, Professor of Physics, The Ohio State University: The new physics of quantum gases of alkali atoms.
* Robert Hooper, Artist, Kildeer, Illinois: Painting.
* Jean E. Howard, Professor of English and Director, Institute for Research on Women and Gender, Columbia University: The social role of the London commercial theater in the early 17th century.
* Terence T.-L. Hwa, Associate Professor of Physics, University of California, San Diego: Statistical mechanics of biopolymer association.
* Tina L. Ingraham, Artist, Brunswick, Maine: Painting.
* Mikhail Iossel, Writer, Schenectady, New York; Writer-in-Residence, Union College: Fiction.
* Robert Grant Irving, Independent Scholar, West Hartford, Connecticut; Associate Fellow, Berkeley College, Yale University: A life of Sir Herbert Baker, architect.
* Peter Iverson, Professor of History, Arizona State University: A history of the Navajos.
* David Jablonski, Professor of Geophysical Sciences, University of Chicago: A synthetic study of macroevolution.
* Ron Jenkins, Professor of Performing Arts, Emerson College: The theatrical artistry of Dario Fo.
* Ha Jin, Writer, Lawrenceville, Georgia; Associate Professor of English, Emory University: Fiction.
* Caroline A. Jones, Associate Professor of Art History, Boston University: Clement Greenberg and American art.
* William E. Jones, Film Maker, Los Angeles; Member of the Faculty, California Institute of the Arts: Film making.
* Shirley Kaneda, Artist, New York City: Painting.
* Leo Katz, Professor of Law, University of Pennsylvania Law School: The perverse logic of law and morality.
* Carol Keller, Artist, Boston, Massachusetts; Assistant Professor of Art, Boston University: Visual art.
* Jeffrey Knapp, Associate Professor of English, University of California, Berkeley: Church, nation, and theater in Renaissance England.
* Paul Koonce, Composer, Princeton, New Jersey; Assistant Professor of Music, Princeton University: Music composition.
* Carol Lansing, Professor of History, University of California, Santa Barbara: The popolo minuto in medieval Bologna.
* Liz Larner, Artist, Los Angeles; Member of the MFA Faculty, Art Center College of Design, Pasadena: Sculpture.
* James M. Lattimer, Professor of Physics and Astronomy, State University of New York at Stony Brook: The equation of state and neutrino opacities in dense matter.
* Tanya Leullieux (La Tania), Choreographer, Willits, California; Artistic Director, Choreographer, and Dancer, La Tania Flamenco Music and Dance: Choreography.
* Yanguang Li, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, University of Missouri–Columbia; American Mathematical Society Centennial Fellow, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton: Chaos in partial differential equations.
* Ken Lum, Artist, Vancouver, Canada; Professor of Fine Arts, University of British Columbia: Visual art.
* Joseph H. Lynch, Professor of History, The Ohio State University: Deathbed conversion to the monastic life, 850-1250.
* Sabine G. MacCormack, Mary Ann and Charles R. Walgreen, Jr., Professor for the Study of Human Understanding, Professor of Classical Studies, and Professor of History, University of Michigan: Historical writing in Spain and Peru, 1500-1650.
* Ivan G. Marcus, Frederick P. Rose Professor of Jewish History, Professor of History, and of Religious Studies, Yale University: The relationship of medieval Jews and Christians.
* Ingram Marshall, Composer, Hamden, Connecticut: Music composition.
* Emily Martin, Professor of Anthropology, Princeton University: A cultural analysis of mental terrain in the United States.
* Lisa L. Martin, Professor of Government, Harvard University: Institutional effects on state behavior.
* John Mason, Director, Yoruba Theological Archministry, Brooklyn, New York: Memorial wall-paintings for misspent innercity youth.
* Sara F. Matthews Grieco, Professor of History and Coordinator, Women's and Gender Studies, Syracuse University in Florence, Italy: Printed pictures and the construction of identity in Italy, 1450-1650.
* Peter I. Mszros, Professor of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Pennsylvania State University: Gamma-ray bursts and their afterglows.
* Linne R. Mooney, Associate Professor of English, University of Maine: Professional scribes in medieval England.
* Ketan Mulmuley, Professor of Computer Science, University of Chicago: Studies in geometric complexity theory.
* Robert S. Nelson, Professor of Art History, University of Chicago: Hagia Sophia as medieval church and modern monument.
* Richard G. Newhauser, Professor of English and Medieval Studies, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas: The sin of avarice in medieval and Renaissance thought.
* William Royall Newman, Professor of History and Philosophy of Science, Indiana University: Daniel Sennert and early modern matter-theory.
* Josip Novakovich, Writer, Cincinnati, Ohio; Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature, University of Cincinnati: Fiction.
* Stephen Nowicki, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Associate Professor of Zoology, Duke University: Nutrition and song-learning in birds.
* Geoffrey O'Brien, Writer, New York City; Editor-in-Chief, Library of America, New York City: Popular music in 20th-century American life.
* Alex O'Neal, Artist, Brooklyn, New York: Painting.
* Steve Orlen, Poet, Tucson, Arizona; Professor of English, University of Arizona; Member of the Faculty, Warren Wilson College MFA Program for Writers: Poetry.
* Katharine Park, Samuel Zemurray, Jr., and Doris Zemurray Stone Radcliffe Professor of the History of Science and Women's Studies, Harvard University: The early history of human dissection.
* Robert ParkeHarrison, Photographer, Worcester, Massachusetts; Assistant Professor of Art, College of the Holy Cross: Photography.
* Pat Passlof, Artist, New York City; Professor of Art, College of Staten Island, City University of New York: Painting.
* Leighton Pierce, Film Maker, Iowa City; Professor of Film and Video Production, University of Iowa: Film making.
* Claudia Roth Pierpont, Writer, New York City; Contributor, The New Yorker: A biography of Lincoln Kirstein.
* David J. Pine, Professor of Chemical Engineering and Professor of Materials, University of California, Santa Barbara: The dynamics of mesoscopic glassy materials.
* Russell Pinkston, Composer, Austin, Texas; Associate Professor of Composition and Director, Electronic Music Studios, University of Texas at Austin: Music composition.
* Melissa Ann Pinney, Photographer, Evanston, Illinois; Adjunct Instructor in Photography, Columbia College Chicago: Photography.
* Robert A. Pollak, Hernreich Distinguished Professor of Economics, College of Arts and Sciences and the John M. Olin School of Business, Washington University in St. Louis: Family bargaining.
* Sherrie Rabinowitz, Video Artist, Santa Monica, California; Co-Director, Electronic Cafe International, Santa Monica: Video (in collaboration with Kit Galloway).
* Peter Railton, Professor of Philosophy, University of Michigan: Objectivity and value.
* Archie Rand, Artist, Brooklyn, New York; Professor of Visual Arts and Director of Painting and Drawing, Columbia University: Painting.
* Susan Rethorst, Choreographer, Amsterdam, the Netherlands; Instructor in Choreography, School of the Arts, Amsterdam: Choreography.
* Michael Riordan, Assistant to the Director, Stanford Linear Accelerator Center, California; Adjunct Professor of Physics, University of California, Santa Cruz: The rise and fall of the Superconducting Super Collider.
* Tyson R. Roberts, Research Associate, Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute(STRI), Panama, and Biodiversity Research and Training Program(BRTP), National Center for Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology, Bangkok, Thailand: Freshwater fishes of tropical Asia.
* Hanneline G. Rogeberg, Artist, Hoboken, New Jersey; Assistant Professor of Painting, Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University: Painting.
* Peter A. Rogerson, Professor of Geography, University at Buffalo, State University of New York: Statistical methods for the surveillance of geographic patterns.
* Kurt Rohde, Composer, San Francisco; Artistic Director, Chamber Music Partnership, San Francisco: Music composition.
* Pam Ronald, Associate Professor of Plant Pathology, University of California, Davis: Bacterial factors affecting plant host signal transduction.
* Kristin Ross, Professor of Comparative Literature, New York University: French cultural memory and the May 1968 upheavals.
* Ira Sadoff, Poet, Hallowell, Maine; Dana Professor of Poetry, Colby College: Poetry.
* Roberto H. Schonmann, Professor of Mathematics, University of California, Los Angeles: Percolation and related processes on graphs.
* Seth Schwartz, Associate Professor of History, Jewish Theological Seminary: Imperialism and Jewish society, 200 BCE - 634 CE.
* Carol Shields, Writer, Winnipeg, Canada; Chancellor, University of Winnipeg; Professor of English, University of Manitoba: Fiction.
* Uri Shulevitz, Artist and Writer, New York City: Sephardic folktales for young readers.
* Montgomery Slatkin, Professor of Integrative Biology, University of California, Berkeley: Population genetics of human genetic diseases.
* Steven B. Smith, Photographer, Providence, Rhode Island; Adjunct Professor of Photography, Rhode Island School of Design: Photography.
* C. Christopher Soufas, Jr., Professor of Spanish, Tulane University: Spanish literature in modernist Europe.
* Joel Spruck, Professor of Mathematics, The Johns Hopkins University: Nonlinear problems in geometry.
* Richard Stamelman, Professor of Romance Languages and Literatures, Williams College: The literature and culture of perfume.
* Duncan G. Steel, Professor of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, and Professor of Physics, University of Michigan: Semiconductor nanostructures for quantum information.
* Christopher Sullivan, Film Animator, Chicago; Associate Professor of Film Making, School of the Art Institute of Chicago: Film animation.
* Katherine H. Tachau, Professor of History, University of Iowa: The creation of the Bibles moralises in 13th-century Paris.
* va Tardos, Professor of Computer Science, Cornell University: Approximation-algorithms for network problems.
* Maria Tatar, Professor of German, Harvard University: "Bluebeard" in folklore, fiction, and film noir.
* Roger Tibbetts, Artist, Dayville, Connecticut; Associate Professor of Painting, Massachusetts College of Art: Painting and sculpture.
* John Tooby, Professor of Anthropology, University of California, Santa Barbara: Reason and the evolution of the imagination (in collaboration with Leda Cosmides).
* Alan M. Wald, Professor of English and American Culture, University of Michigan: The American literary left in the mid-20th century.
* Mack Walker, Professor of History, The Johns Hopkins University: The Halle enlightenment, 1685-1725.
* Alice Wexler, Research Scholar, Center for the Study of Women, University of California, Los Angeles: Chorea and community in East Hampton, New York.
* Susan Wheeler, Poet, New York City; Member of the MFA Faculty in Creative Writing, New School for Social Research: Poetry.
* Brian White, Professor of Mathematics, Stanford University: Minimal surfaces and mean-curvature flow.
* Bruce Winstein, Samuel K. Allison Distinguished Service Professor of Physics, University of Chicago: Polarization measurement of cosmic microwave background radiation.
* Brian Wood, Photographer and Artist, New York City; Lecturer in Photography, Yale University: Photography and graphic art.
* Martha Woodmansee, Professor of English, Case Western Reserve University: Germany's contribution to the Western concept of intellectual property.
* Randall Woolf, Composer, Brooklyn, New York: Music composition.
* James D. Wuest, Professor of Chemistry, University of Montreal: Molecular tectonics.
* Wu Hung, Harrie A. Vanderstappen Distinguished Service Professor of Art History, University of Chicago: Ruins in Chinese visual culture.
* Andrei Y. Yakovlev, Professor and Director of Biostatistics, Huntsman Cancer Institute, University of Utah: Oligodendrocyte development in cell culture.
* Reginald Yates, Choreographer, Tampa, Florida; Artist-in-Residence, Juilliard School: Choreography.
* Eric Zencey, Writer, East Calais, Vermont: The Wollemi pines.
* Xin Zhou, Associate Professor of Mathematics, Duke University: Oscillatory Riemann-Hilbert problems.

Latin American and Caribbean Fellows

* Carlos Aguirre, Assistant Professor of Latin American History, University of Oregon: A social, political, and cultural history of imprisonment in modern Peru.
* Alfredo Benavidez Bedoya, Artist, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Rector, High School of Fine Arts 'Ernesto de la Crcova', Buenos Aires: Graphic art.
* Esteban Buch, Writer and Musicologist, Paris, France: Opera, zoophilia, and dictatorship.
* Gloria Camiruaga, Video Artist, Santiago, Chile: Film making.
* Marisa Carrasco, Associate Professor of Psychology and Neural Sciences, New York University: Effects of spatial attention on visual perception.
* Mara C. Chavarra, Assistant Professor of Spanish, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis: Ethnolinguistic dictionary of Ese eja and Spanish.
* Gabri Christa, Choreographer, Staten Island, New York and Curaao; Artistic Director, CREATE!, Il Piccolo Teatro, Brooklyn, New York: Choreography.
* Hildegardo Crdova Aguilar, Professor of Geography and Executive Director, Research Center for Applied Geography (CIGA), Pontifical Catholic University of Peru, Lima: The environmental sustainability of medium-sized cities in Peru.
* Ren Davids, Associate Professor of Architecture, University of California, Berkeley: The hillside elevator as a generator of social and urban form in Valparaso.
* Roberto Escudero, Professor of Physics, Institute of Materials Research, National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM): Electron tunneling in magnetic systems.
* Jorge Febles Dueas, Research Professor, Center for Anthropology, Havana, Cuba: The application of new information and communication technologies to archaeology.
* Pablo A. Ferrari, Professor of Mathematics, University of So Paulo, Brazil: Space-time behavior, quasi-stationarity, and random environment for interacting particle systems.
* Paz Alicia Garciadiego, Screenwriter, Mexico City: Screen writing.
* Roberto Gargarella, Professor of Constitutional Law and Legal Philosophy, Universidad Torcuato di Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina: The philosophical bases of South American constitutionalism, 1810-1860.
* Jorge Daniel Gelman, Professor of History, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina: The state and the agrarian question in Buenos Aires in the first half of the 19th century.
* Guillermo Giucci, Adjunct Professor of Brazilian Literature, State University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: A cultural biography of Gilberto Freyre.
* Flavio Grynszpan, Assistant Professor, The Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California: Towards the design and synthesis of artificial enzymes.
* Nibaldo C. Inestrosa, Professor of Molecular Neurobiology, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago: A study of the interaction of cholinesterases with the amyloid- peptide.
* Leopoldo Infante, Associate Professor of Astrophysics, Catholic University of Chile, Santiago: Formation and evolution of structure in the universe.
* Noemi Lapzeson, Choreographer, Teacher, and Artistic Director, Vertical Danse-Company Noemi Lapzeson, Geneva, Switzerland: Choreography.
* Pedro Lemebel, Writer, Santiago, Chile; Radio Commentator, Radio Tierra Pursima, Santiago: Chronicles of a sinner.
* Enrique P. Lessa, Professor of Evolution, University of the Republic, Montevideo, Uruguay: Geographic genetic structure in the Rio Negro tuco-tuco.
* Joo Gilberto Noll, Writer, Porto Alegre, Brazil; Columnist, Folha de So Paulo: Fiction.
* Osvaldo L. Podhajcer, Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Buenos Aires, Argentina; Head, Gene Therapy Laboratory, Fundacion Campomar, Buenos Aires: Molecular mechanisms associated with human melanoma progression.
* Rosngela Renn, Artist, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Multimedia and installation art.
* Mario Sagradini, Artist, Montevideo, Uruguay: Installation art.
* Arthur Simms, Artist, Long Island City, New York; Preparator, Museum of Modern Art, New York City: Sculpture.
* Heinz R. Sonntag, Professor of Sociology and Senior Researcher, Center for Development Studies, Central University of Venezuela, Caracas: Exclusion, poverty, integration, and cohesion in comparative perspective.
* Javier Tllez, Artist, Long Island City, New York: Installation art.
* Teresa Toledo Cabrera, Independent Researcher and Specialist in Latin American Film Documentation, Madrid, Spain: A dictionary of Latin American film directors.
* Henrique E. Toma, Professor of Chemistry, Institute of Chemistry, University of So Paulo, Brazil: Supramolecular complexes and devices.
* Sergio Vega, Artist, New York City: Installation art.
* Julia Vicioso, Architect, Rome, Italy: The role of the Columbus family palace in the development of colonial Latin American architecture.
* Mariana Villanueva, Composer, Morelos, Mexico: Music composition.

ee also

*Guggenheim Fellowship

External links

* [http://www.gf.org/index.html John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation home page]


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