Heilbrun Distinguished Emeritus Fellowships
Fellowships to emeritus faculty in the Arts and Sciences are funded by a generous contribution from the family of Emeritus Professor of Psychology, Alfred B.Heilbrun Jr. An annual reception provides the opportunity to acknowledge fellowship recipients' continuing research and scholarship beyond retirement. The fellowship generally begins at the start of each academic year.
Applications are solicited by the Dean of Arts and Sciences by mid-Januarywith application materials due by April 1. Currently, the EUEC’s Executive Committee Chair, John Bugge is also Chair of the Heilbrun Selection Committee.
- Dorinda Evans, Art History
- Clark Poling, Art History
- Don Saliers, Theology and Liturgy
- HerbertBenario, Classics
- Matthew Morris, Oxford: French
- Martin Buss, Religion: The Structure of Law and Ethics in the Hebrew Bible
- Dana Greene, Oxford: The Vocation of DeniseLevertov
- Theodore Weber, Social Ethics: Peace, War, and Reconciliation: Reflections on the Political Theory of a Christian Doctrine
- RobertDetweiler,ILA: Falling to Nil (Project unfinished before his death)
- DavidHesla,ILA: Nietzsche'sAlsoSprach Zarathustra and Strauss'
- Lawrence Clever, Chemistry: A History of the Parachor
- Robert Kysar, Religion: Postmodernism and the Gospel of John
- Clyde Partin, Health and Physical Education: Athletics for All: A History of Health, Physical Education,Athlectics and Recreation at Emory University 1836-2005
- BrendaBynum, Theatre: Mary Barnes Hutchinson Observed: FromBloomsbury to Beckett
- Robert Silliman, History: A Biography of the Swiss-American NaturalistLesquereux
- EugeneBianchi, Religion: A Bumpy Road to the Holy (memoir)
- Jacob Goldstein, Chemistry: Quantum Chemistry (Project continued by collaborator Phil Bowen after Goldstein's death)
- WilliamDillingham, English: The Life and Works ofRudyard Kipling
- AbbottFerriss, Sociology: Social Indicators and Quality of Life in Georgia
- HerbertBenario, Classics: Tacitus
- AlfredHeilbrun, Psychology: The Death Penalty and Disordered and Deviant Behavior