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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 2005

One hundred and eighty-six Guggenheim Fellowships were awarded in 2005.[1][2] Institutional affiliation is listed if applicable.

U.S. and Canadian Fellows

Category Field of Study Fellow Affiliated institution Ref
Creative Arts Choreography Alito Alessi [3]
David Dorfman Connecticut College [4][3]
Simone Forti University of California, Los Angeles [3][5][6][7]
Victoria E. Marks University of California, Los Angeles [6]
Christopher Williams Art Center College of Design [8][7]
Drama and Performance Art Gina Gionfriddo [9][10][11]
Lisa Kron [12][13][11]
Lynn Nottage Yale University [14][15][11]
Christopher Shinn New School University [16][17]
Fiction David Bezmozgis [18][19]
Brooks Hansen [20]
Adam Haslett [21][11]
Rohinton Mistry [22][23]
Han Ong [24]
ZZ Packer California College of the Arts [25]
Jim Shepard Williams College [1]
Mark Slouka Columbia University [26][27][11]
Film Anne Aghion [28][11]
Michael Almereyda Warren Wilson College [29]
David Gatten Ithaca College [30]
Sam Green University of San Francisco [31]
Bill Lichtenstein [32]
Kimi Takesue [33][34][11]
Fine Arts Chakaia Booker [35][7][11]
Julie Bozzi [36][7]
Bruce Chao Rhode Island School of Design [7]
Bonnie Collura Rhode Island School of Design, University of the Arts [37][7][11]
Vincent Fecteau [38][7]
Beverly Fishman Cranbrook Academy of Art [7]
David Gloman Amherst College [39][7]
Joseph Grigely School of the Art Institute of Chicago [7]
Mamie Holst [40][7]
Eric Hongisto Montana State University [41][7]
C. Stanley Lewis New York Studio School, Chautauqua School of Painting [7][42][11]
Nicholas Micros [7][11]
Diana Thater Art Center College of Design [7]
Elaine Reichek [7]
Judith Schaechter University of the Arts [43][7]
Katherine Sherwood University of California, Berkeley [7][44]
Paul Sietsema [45]
Music Composition Susan Botti University of Michigan [46][3]
Marilyn Crispell [11][3]
Brian Current [3]
Dave Douglas [3]
Don Freund Indiana University [3][47]
Yotam Haber [3][48][11]
Jake Heggie [3]
Andrew Waggoner Syracuse University [3][49][11]
Mark Wingate Florida State University [3][50][51]
Louis Rosen [3][11]
Photography Debbie Fleming Caffery [52][7]
Stanley Greenberg [7]
Jin Lee Illinois State University [7]
Sze Tsung Leong [53][7][11]
Christine Osinski Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art [54]
William Wylie University of Virginia [7]
Poetry Kim Addonizio [50][55]
Sarah Arvio United Nations [56]
Marianne Boruch Purdue University [1][57]
Henri Cole Bennington College [58]
Tory Dent [59][11]
Peter Gizzi University of Massachusetts Amherst [60]
Harryette Mullen University of California, Los Angeles [6]
William Olsen Western Michigan University [61]
Spencer Reece [62]
Philip Schultz [63][11]
Video and Audio Sadie T. Benning [64][7]
Tricia McLaughlin State University of New York College at Old Westbury, Hunter College, City University of New York [65][7][11]
Julia Scher Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art [66]
Shelly Silver School of Visual Arts, Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art [67][7][11]
Humanities African Studies Dorothy L. Hodgson Rutgers University [68]
American Literature Arnold Krupat Sarah Lawrence College [69][11]
Valerie Smith Princeton University [70]
Architecture, Planning, and Design Paul Spencer Byard Columbia University [27][11]
John Abel Pinto Princeton University [70]
Bibliography Alison Frazier University of Texas at Austin [71]
Biography Blake Bailey [72]
British History Susan Pedersen Columbia University [27]
Martin Wiener Rice University [73]
Classics Daniel Mendelsohn [74][11]
Dance Studies Remy Charlip [48][75]
Economic History Gary R. Saxonhouse [46]
English Literature Jenny Davidson Columbia University [27]
Theresa M. Kelley University of Wisconsin-Madison [76]
Film, Video and Radio Studies John Belton Rutgers University [77]
Fine Art Studies Maud Lavin School of the Art Institute of Chicago [7]
Tryna Lyons Zayed University, University of Washington [7]
Natasha Staller Amherst College [39][7]
Eugene Y. Wang Harvard University [78][7]
Folklore and Popular Culture Donald J. Cosentino University of California, Los Angeles [6]
Dale A. Olsen (de) Florida State University [50][51]
French History Steven Englund (fr) [79]
Philip Nord Princeton University [70]
French Literature Richard E. Goodkin University of Wisconsin-Madison [76]
General Nonfiction Mark Abley [80]
Jo Ann Beard [81][69]
John Elder Middlebury College [82]
Fanny Howe University of California, San Diego, Kenyon College [83][84]
Pico Iyer [22][23]
Anne Nelson Columbia University [27]
David Shields University of Washington [1][85]
Peter Turchi [1]
German and East European History Claudia Koonz Duke University [86]
David Sorkin University of Wisconsin–Madison [76]
History of Science and Technology Iain A. Boal [87]
Alexander Jones University of Toronto [88]
Ruth Rogaski Vanderbilt University [89]
Iberian and Latin American History Janice E. Perlman Columbia University, World Bank [90]
Intellectual and Cultural History Mark Edmundson University of Virginia [91]
Christopher Lane Northwestern University [92]
Italian Literature Geoffrey Brock [93][50]
Victoria Kirkham University of Pennsylvania [43]
Latin American Literature Diana Taylor New York University [94][95][96]
Linguistics James R. Dow Iowa State University [97]
John Huehnergard Harvard University [78]
Judith Irvine University of Michigan [46]
Literary Criticism Leonard Barkan Princeton University [70]
Medieval History Sharon Ann Farmer University of California, Santa Barbara [98]
Medieval Literature D. Vance Smith Princeton University [70]
Music Research Ned Sublette Tulane University [7]
Near Eastern Studies Gerhard Böwering Yale University [99]
Ian Hodder Stanford University [100]
Niek Veldhuis University of California, Berkeley [44]
Philosophy Eckart Förster (de) Johns Hopkins University [101]
Photography Studies Deborah Willis New York University [102][7][96]
Religion Ronald M. Green Dartmouth College [103]
Maria Heim Amherst College [39]
Sally M. Promey University of Maryland, College Park [7]
Russian History Adeeb Khalid Carleton College [104]
Donald J. Raleigh University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill [105]
Science Writing John Fleischman American Society for Cell Biology [106]
Jennifer Price [107]
Spanish and Portuguese Literature Fernando Arenas University of Minnesota [108]
Theatre Arts Rhonda K. Garelick Connecticut College [109][110]
United States History Elizabeth A. Fenn Duke University [111][105]
Piero Gleijeses Johns Hopkins [101]
Michael Grossberg Indiana University Bloomington [47]
Thomas J. Sugrue University of Pennsylvania [43]
Natural Sciences Astronomy and Astrophysics Glenn D. Starkman [112]
Meenakshi Wadhwa Field Museum [23]
Chemistry Sabre Kais Purdue University [57]
Margaret A. Tolbert University of Colorado Boulder [113]
John C. Tully Yale University [114]
Lai-Sheng Wang Washington State University [115]
Computer Science Madhu Sudan Massachusetts Institute of Technology [23][116]
Moshe Y. Vardi Rice University [117]
Santosh Srinivas Vempala Massachusetts Institute of Technology [23][116]
Earth Science Mark Ellis University of Washington [85]
Jonathan T. Overpeck University of Arizona [118]
Engineering Long-Qing Chen Pennsylvania State University [119]
William A. Curtin, Jr. Brown University [120]
Yannis G. Kevrekidis Princeton University [70]
J. M. (Jimmy) Xu Brown University [121]
Geography and Environmental Science Steven M. Gorelick Stanford University [100]
Richard Harris McMaster University [122]
Bruce L. Rhoads University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign [123]
Mathematics Ian Agol University of Illinois at Chicago [124]
David R. Morrison Duke University [125]
Christopher D. Sogge Johns Hopkins University [101]
Medicine and Health M. Gregg Bloche Georgetown University, Johns Hopkins University [126]
Guohua Li Johns Hopkins University [101]
Molecular and Cellular Biology Jeffrey D. Palmer Indiana University Bloomington [47]
Lynne Regan Yale University [127]
Neuroscience Marc D. Hauser Harvard University [78][128]
Carl O. Pabo Stanford University [128]
Organismic Biology and Ecology David A. Burney National Tropical Botanical Garden [129]
Jonathan B. Losos Washington University in St. Louis [130]
Trevor Price University of Chicago [131]
Physics Patricia R. Burchat Stanford University [100]
Woowon Kang University of Chicago [131]
Plant Science Michael J. Balick New York Botanical Garden [132][133][11]
Lynda F. Delph Indiana University [47]
Social Sciences Anthropology and Cultural Studies Vincent Crapanzano CUNY Graduate Center [11]
Susan Ossman Rice University [134]
Economics Matthew O. Jackson California Institute of Technology [135]
Stephen Morris Yale University [136]
Law Gerald J. Postema University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill [137][105]
Political Science Martha Crenshaw Wesleyan University [138]
Linda L. Fowler Dartmouth College [139]
Peter Gourevitch University of California, San Diego [140]
Psychology Kent C. Berridge University of Michigan [46][128]
Paul L. Harris Harvard University [141][78]
John A. Lucy University of Chicago [131][128]
Drazen Prelec MIT Sloan School of Management [116]
Sociology Andrew Cherlin Johns Hopkins University [101]
Bruce Western Princeton University [70]

Latin American and Caribbean Fellows

Category Field of Study Fellow Affiliated institution Ref
Creative Arts Fiction Manlio Argueta National Library of El Salvador [142]
Roberto Raschella [143]
Film Eliseo Subiela [144]
Fine Arts Arturo Herrera [145]
Cristóbal Lehyt [146]
Wilfredo Prieto [147]
Music Composition Jocy de Oliveira [148]
Martín Matalon [149]
Poetry Hugo Padeletti [150][151]
Video and Audio Andrea Juan National University of Tres de Febrero [152]
Humanities Fine Arts Research José Manuel Valenzuela Arce [153]
General Nonfiction Jaime Luis Huenún (es) [154]
Iberian and Latin American History Brian Connaughton Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana [155]
Luis Alberto Romero National Research Council of Argentina [156]
Latin American Literature Josep M. Barnadas (es) Center for Advanced Bolivian Studies [157]
Gonzalo Moisés Aguilar [158]
Linguistics Lucía A. Golluscio University of Buenos Aires, National Research Council of Argentina [158]
Marisa Malvestitti National University of La Pampa [158]
Music Research Raul R. Romero Greater National University of San Marcos [159]
Philosophy Rodolfo Darío Vázquez Cardozo (es) Autonomous Technical Institute of Mexico [160]
Theatre Arts Todd Gulick [161]
Natural Sciences Astronomy and Astrophysics Dante Minniti Pontifical Catholic University of Chile [162]
Earth Science Gino Casassa (no) Center for Scientific Studies [163]
Mathematics Florian Luca National Autonomous University of Mexico [164]
Medicine and Health Mauro Martins Teixeira Federal University of Minas Gerais [165]
Molecular and Cellular Biology Carlos Frederico Martins Menck (pt) University of São Paulo [166]
Neuroscience Cecilia Bouzat National Research Council of Argentina, National University of the South [158]
Andrés E. Carrasco National Research Council of Argentina [158]
Organismic Biology and Ecology Gerardo Ceballos (de) National Autonomous University of Mexico [167]
Physics Karen Hallberg National Research Council of Argentina, Centro Atomico Bariloche, Balseiro Institute [158]
Plant Science Lorenzo Lamattina National Research Council of Argentina, National University of Mar del Plata [158]
Social Sciences Anthropology and Cultural Studies Luisa Margolies [168]
Economics Pablo Andrés Neumeyer Torcuato di Tella University [169]
Political Science Daniel Mato Central University of Venezuela [170]
René Antonio Mayorga Bolivian Center for Multi-Disciplinary Studies, Brown University [171]
Sociology Jorge Schvarzer (es) University of Buenos Aires [172]

See also

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List of Guggenheim Fellowships awarded in 2005
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