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List of Guggenheim Fellowship winners from every year the award has been given out. All Guggenheim Fellowship winners are listed below in order of popularity, but can be sorted by any column. People who won the Guggenheim Fellowship award are listed along with photos for every Guggenheim Fellowship winner that has a picture associated with their name online. You can click on the name of the Guggenheim Fellowship award recipients to get more information about each. People who won the Guggenheim Fellowship are usually listed by year, but on this list you've got a complete list of Guggenheim Fellowship winners from all years. If this proves to not be a full list of Guggenheim Fellowship winners, you can help make it so by adding to this one. This list includes the most memorable and well-known Guggenheim Fellowship winners of all time. Anybody who won the Guggenheim Fellowship usually has a picture associated with their name, so all the Guggenheim Fellowship-winning people are listed here with photos when available. This list spans the history of the Guggenheim Fellowship, so most of the famous Guggenheim Fellowship winners are here and can be a good starting point for making a list of your favorites. This list answers the question "who are all the people who have ever won Guggenheim Fellowship?" If you're looking for all the nominees, you can click the links above the title of this page to the Listopedia page where you'll find a directory of award nominees, as well as the rest of the award winners lists we have. You're able to copy this fact-based list to build your own just like it, re-rank it to fit your views, then publish it to share with your friends. List features items like David Simon Blondheim, Donald Justice and more! (66 items)
Aaron Copland is listed (or ranked) 1 on the list Guggenheim Fellowship Winners List
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Aaron Copland was an American composer, composition teacher, writer, and later in his career a conductor of his own and other American music. Instrumental in forging a distinctly American style of composition, in his later years he was often referred to as "the Dean of American Composers" and is best known to the public for the works he wrote in the 1930s and 1940s in a deliberately accessible style often referred to as "populist" and which the composer labeled his "vernacular" style. Works in this vein include the ballets Appalachian Spring, Billy the Kid and Rodeo, his Fanfare for the Common Man and Third Symphony. The open, slowly changing harmonies of many of his works are archetypical ...more

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Alfred E. Emerson


Alfred Edwards Emerson was an American biologist, Professor of Zoology at the University of Chicago, a noted entomologist and leading authority on termites. Emerson was born in Ithaca, New York. His father was archaeologist and professor at Cornell University, and his mother concert pianist. He received a B.Sc., M.Sc. and in 1925 a Ph.D. in biology from Cornell University. From 1929 to 1962 he was Professor of Zoology at the University of Chicago. From 1940 to 1976 was Research Associate of the American Museum of Natural History. In 1941 he served as President of the Ecological Society of America, and in 1958 as President of the Society of Systematic Zoology. In his obituary Tarbell and ...more

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Allen Brown West


Allen Brown West was a 1925 Guggenheim Fellow in Humanities. ...more

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Alzada Comstock


Alzada Comstock is a 1926 Guggenheim Fellow in Social Sciences. ...more