• Rosa DeLauro

    U.S. Representative in Connecticut's Third Congressional District - Chubb Fellow Fall 2019

Alphabetical List of Fellows

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A | B | C | D | E | F | G | H | J | K | L | M | N | O | P | R | S | T | U | V | W | Y
Hawa Abdi | Human Rights Activist and Physician | 2016 to 2017
Chinua Achebe | Writer | 2009 to 2010
Dean Acheson | U.S. Secretary of State | 1954 to 1955
Amhadou Ahidjo | President, Republic of the Cameroon | 1984 to 1985
Raul Alfonsin | President of the Republic of Argentina | 1986 to 1987
Sir Richard Allen | Ambassador from United Kingdom to Burma | 1962 to 1963
John Alsop | Connecticut Legislator | 1951 to 1952
Tadao Ando | Architect | 2001 to 2002
Maya Angelou | Conference on the Black Woman | 1970 to 1971
C.N. Annadurai | Chief Minister of Madras | 1967 to 1968
R.W. Apple, Jr. | Chief Correspondent, New York Times | 1998 to 1999
Paul H. Appleby | Professor, Public Administration | 1950 to 1951
Samuel Archibald | Conference on Film and Politics | 1973 to 1974
Moshe Arens | Minister-Without-Portfolio, Israel; Defense Minister of the State of Israel | 1986 to 1987
Jean Bertrand Aristide | President of the Republic of Haiti | 1993 to 1994
Sir William Armstrong | Head of the British Civil Service | 1969 to 1970
Koichiro Asakai | Ambassador from Japan to the U.S. | 1959 to 1960
Thomas Ludlow Ashley | U.S. Congressman | 1963 to 1964
Reubin O'D. Askew | Governor of Florida | 1976 to 1977
Les Aspin | U.S. Congressman,; Chairman, House Armed Services Committee | 1973 to 1974
Bruce Babbitt | Governor, State of Arizona | 1985 to 1986
Stephen K. Bailey | Mayor of Middletown, CT | 1953 to 1954
Roger N. Baldwin | Chairman, National Committee of American Civil Liberties Union | 1954 to 1955
Raymond E. Baldwin | U.S. Senator; Justice of Supreme Court of Errors, Connecticut | 1957 to 1958
George Ball | Undersecretary of State | 1970 to 1971
Dr. Hastings Banda | Chairman, Malawi Congress Party; President of Malawi | 1960 to 1961
Mikhail Baryshnikov | Choreographer, dancer | 2003 to 2004
Harry Belafonte | Performer, activist | 2005 to 2006
William Benton | U.S. Senator; Publisher of Encyclopedia Brittanica | 1972 to 1973
Wendell Berry | Poet, Philosopher, Environmental Activist, Cultural Critic and Farmer | 2013 to 2014
Joseph Biden | U.S. Senator | 1975 to 1976
Jonathan B. Bingham | U.S. Congressman | 1966 to 1967
Shirley Temple Black | U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Ghana; Chief of Protocol of the U.S. | 1979 to 1980
Justice Harry A. Blackmun | United States Supreme Court | 1994 to 1995
Harry A. Blackmun | Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court | 1980 to 1981
Brand Blanchard | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner | 1971 to 1972
Richard Bolling | U.S. Congressman | 1965 to 1966
David L. Boren | Governor of Oklahoma; U.S. Senator | 1975 to 1976
Chester Bowles | Governor of Connecticut | 1956 to 1957
Benjamin C. Bradlee | Executive Editor, The Washington Post | 1974 to 1975
Yvonne Brathwaite Burke | U.S. Congresswoman | 1972 to 1973
Christine Brennan | Sportswriter | 2006 to 2007
Dennis W. Brogan | British Political Scientist | 1957 to 1958
D.W. Brogan | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner | 1971 to 1972
Gwendolyn Brooks | Conference on the Black Woman | 1970 to 1971
Herbert Brownell, Jr. | U.S. Attorney General | 1959 to 1960
Louis Brownlow | Public Administration Clearing House | 1949 to 1950
Hans Brunhart | Prime Minister, Head of Government, Principality of Liechtenstein | 1992 to 1993
Dr. Zbigniew Brzezinski | National Security Advisor for President Jimmy Carter; Counselor, Center for Strategic and International Studies | 1996 to 1997
Zbigniew Brzezinski | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner | 1971 to 1972
George H.W. Bush | 41st President of the U.S.; Vice-President of the U.S.; CIA Director | 1968 to 1969
George H.W. Bush | 41st President of the U.S.; Vice-President of the U.S.; CIA Director | 1976 to 1977
George H.W. Bush | 41st President of the U.S.; Vice-President of the U.S.; CIA Director | 2000 to 2001
Prescott Bush | U.S. Senator | 1958 to 1959
Sir Harold Caccia | Ambassador from United Kingdom to U.S. | 1958 to 1959
Harry P. Cain | U.S. Senator | 1956 to 1957
Joseph Califano | Conference on the Presidency | 1971 to 1972
Santiago Carrillo | Secretary General of the Communist Party of Spain | 1977 to 1978
Jimmy Carter | President of the United States; Governor of Georgia | 1974 to 1975
John Chafee | Governor of Rhode Island | 1964 to 1965
Henry Cisneros | Mayor of San Antonio; President, National League of Cities, Secretary of Housing & Urban Development | 1986 to 1987
John Henrik Clark | Conference on the Black Woman | 1970 to 1971
Joanna Rostropowicz Clark | Poland Forum | 1986 to 1987
Joseph S. Clark | U.S. Senator | 1963 to 1964
James W. Clise | Vice President of National Municipal League of New York City | 1950 to 1951
Fernando Collor de Mello | President of the Republic of Brazil | 1990 to 1991
Willie Colon | Composer | 1990 to 1991
John Sherman Cooper | U.S. Senator | 1961 to 1962
Sofia Coppola | Filmmaker | 2005 to 2006
Beth Corona | Civil Rights Leader | 1970 to 1971
John A. Costello | Prime Minister of Ireland | 1955 to 1956
Walter Cronkite | Special Correspondent, Anchor, and Managing Editor, CBS News | 1994 to 1995
Mario Cuomo | Governor of New York | 1984 to 1985
Richard M. Daley | Mayor of Chicago | 1991 to 1992
Moshe Dayan | Minister of Defense of the State of Israel; Foreign Minister | 1980 to 1981
Moshe Dayan | Minister of Defense of the State of Israel; Foreign Minister | 1979 to 1980
Emile de Antonio | Conference on Film and Politics | 1973 to 1974
Arthur H. Dean | U.S. Ambassador to Korea | 1954 to 1955
Rosa DeLauro | Congresswoman - Connecticut’s Third Congressional District | 2019 to 2020
John DeStefano, Jr. | Mayor, City of New Haven | 2010 to 2011
Charles D. Diggs, Jr. | U.S. Congressman | 1971 to 1972
Richardson Dilworth | Mayor of Philadelphia | 1952 to 1953
David N. Dinkins | Mayor of New York City | 1993 to 1994
Rita Dove | Poet | 2007 to 2008
Thomas Eagleton | U.S. Senator | 1988 to 1989
Clement Richard, Earl Attlee | Prime Minister, United Kingdom | 1956 to 1957
Bob Eckhardt | U.S. Congressman | 1972 to 1973
Charles W. Eliot | Planning Consultant | 1950 to 1951
Buchi Emecheta | International Symposium on Black Women Writers | 1981 to 1982
Thomas O. Enders | Assistant Secretary of State; Ambassador from the U.S. to Canada | 1974 to 1975
Alain Enthoven | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner | 1971 to 1972
Sam J. Ervin, Jr. | U.S. Senator | 1973 to 1974
Silliman Evans | Newspaper Publisher | 1950 to 1951
Charles Evers | Mayor of Fayette, Mississippi | 1970 to 1971
Charles Evers | Mayor of Fayette, Mississippi | 1970 to 1971
James Farmer | Director of Congress Racial Equality; Assistant Secretary, HEW | 1968 to 1969
Leonel Fernández | President of the Dominican Republic, 1996-2000 and 2004-2012 | 2012 to 2013
Gerald R. Ford | President of the U.S.; Vice-President of the U.S.; U.S. Congressman | 1976 to 1977
Morgan Freeman | Actor and Producer | 2011 to 2012
Betty Friedan | Founder, National Organization of Women; Author, The Feminine Mystique | 1985 to 1986
Carlos Fuentes | Novelist | 2003 to 2004
Carlos Fuentes | Writer | 2009 to 2010
John Kenneth Galbraith | Economist | 1980 to 1981
Henry Louis Gates | W.E.B. DuBois Professor of the Humanities, Harvard University | 1997 to 1998
Willard Gaylin | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner | 1971 to 1972
His Highness Matodja Gazon | King of the Djuka Nation, Suriname | 1982 to 1983
Leymah Gbowee | 2011 Nobel Peace Laureate and Liberian peace activist | 2013 to 2014
Frank Gehry | Architect | 2004 to 2005
Amine Gemayel | President of the Republic of Lebanon | 1989 to 1990
Kenneth A. Gibson | Mayor of Newark | 1977 to 1978
Brendan Gill | Editor, The New Yorker | 1954 to 1955
Rudolph 1994-95 Giuliani | Mayor of New York City | 1994 to 1995
Barry Goldwater | U.S. Senator; Rebublican candidate for President, 1964 | 1961 to 1962
Frank P. Graham | U.S. Senator; United Nations Mediator | 1955 to 1956
Shirley Graham Du Bois | Conference on the Black Woman | 1970 to 1971
Phil Gramm | U.S. Senator State of Texas | 1997 to 1998
Ella T. Grasso | Governor of Connecticut | 1975 to 1976
Andrew Greeley | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner | 1971 to 1972
Hugh Gregg | Governor of New Hampshire | 1954 to 1955
Joseph Grimond | M.P., House of Commons; Leader of Liberal Party | 1962 to 1963
Charles Guggenheim | Conference on Film and Politics | 1973 to 1974
Alexander Haig | U.S. Secretary of State; Commander-in-Chief of N.A.T.O. forces | 1982 to 1983
David Halberstam | Journalist, author, historian | 2004 to 2005
Curtis Hanson | Feature Film Director; Academy Award Recipient for L.A. Confidential | 1997 to 1998
Michael Harrington | Socialist Writer | 1976 to 1977
Gary Hart | U.S. Senator | 1979 to 1980
Richard Hayward | Chairman, Mashantucket Pequot Nation | 1995 to 1996
Lord Head | High Commissioner, Malaysia | 1965 to 1966
Edward Heath | Prime Minister of Great Britain | 1975 to 1976
Nicole Hollander | Syndicated Cartoonist | 1984 to 1985
Matt Hughes | Wrestler | 2008 to 2009
Hubert H. Humphrey | Vice President of the United States; U.S. Senator | 1974 to 1975
Henry M. Jackson | U.S. Senator | 1977 to 1978
Jesse Jackson | Civil Rights Leader; Director, Operation PUSH | 1973 to 1974
Maynard Jackson | Mayor of Atlanta | 1974 to 1975
Jesse Jackson | Civil Rights Activist; Presidential Candidate | 1983 to 1984
Edward James Olmos | Actor | 2002 to 2003
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf | President of Liberia | 2008 to 2009
Vernon E. Jordan | Executive Director, National Urban League | 1977 to 1978
Nancy Landon Kassebaum | U.S. Senator | 1978 to 1979
Michael Kaufman | Poland Forum | 1986 to 1987
Jack Kemp | 1996 Republican Nominee for Vice President | 1996 to 1997
Jack Kemp | U.S. Congressman | 1979 to 1980
Edward Kennedy | U.S. Senator | 1988 to 1989
John F. Kerry | U.S. Senator | 1993 to 1994
Shah Rukh Khan | Actor and Producer | 2011 to 2012
Lord Killanin | Chairman of the International Olympics Committee | 1980 to 1981
Edward I. Koch | Mayor of New York City | 1978 to 1979
Arthur Koestler | Writer | 1951 to 1952
Walter J. Kohler | Governor of Wisconsin | 1957 to 1958
Teddy Kolek | Mayor of Jerusalem | 1982 to 1983
Jerzy Kosinski | Poland Forum | 1986 to 1987
Nicholas Kristof | New York Times Pulitzer Prize-Winning Columnist | 2010 to 2011
Irving Krsitol | Essayist; Editor | 1986 to 1987
Hanif Kureishi | Screenwriter | 1988 to 1989
Michelle Kwan | Distinguished Athlete and Leader | 2018 to 2019
Anthony Lake | Conference on the Presidency | 1971 to 1972
Dr. Edwin H. Land | President of Polaroid Corporation | 1969 to 1970
Richard Leakey | Paleoanthropologist, politician | 2003 to 2004
Richard C. Lee | Mayor of New Haven | 1966 to 1967
John Lehman | Secretary of the Navy | 1981 to 1982
Edward H. Levi | U.S. Attorney General; President, The University of Chicago | 1976 to 1977
Joseph Lieberman | U.S. Senator State of Connecticut | 1998 to 1999
Ernest K. Lindley | Washington Editor, Newsweek | 1951 to 1952
John Lindsay | U.S. Congressman; Mayor of New York City | 1962 to 1963
John V. Lindsay | U.S. Congressman; Mayor of New York City | 1974 to 1975
Chai Ling | Primary Leader of the Chinese Students Democracy Movement; Tiananmen Square | 1990 to 1991
Sol Linowitz | Special Representative of the President to West Bank Autonomy Talks; Negotiator of the Panama Canal Treaty | 1981 to 1982
Tzipi Livni | Member of the Israeli Knesset; Leader of the Opposition Kadima Party | 2009 to 2010
Mario Vargas Llosa | Peruvian Novelist; Presidential Candidate | 1988 to 1989
Governor Gary Locke | State of Washington | 2001 to 2002
Henry Luce | Publisher, Time, Inc. | 1964 to 1965
Gene Luen Yang | Award-winning graphic novelist, cartoonist, and educator | 2018 to 2019
Cardinal Jean-Marie Lustiger | Archbishop of Paris | 1992 to 1993
Russell Lynes | Editor, Harper's Magazine | 1949 to 1950
Norman Mailer | Novelist | 1982 to 1983
Norman Mailer | Pulitzer Prize Winning Author | 1995 to 1996
Mieczyslaw Maneli | Poland Forum | 1986 to 1987
Wilma Mankiller | Principal Chief, Cherokee Nation | 1994 to 1995
Marya Mannes | Writer | 1973 to 1974
Wynton Marsalis | Musician | 2008 to 2009
Paule Marshall | International Symposium on Black Women Writers | 1981 to 1982
Mel Martinez | Secretary of Housing and Urban Development | 2001 to 2002
Sir John Masterman | Writer | 1971 to 1972
Charles McCurdy Mathias | U.S. Senator | 1975 to 1976
Robert T. 1989-90 Matsui | U.S. Congressman | 1989 to 1990
Herbert Matthews | New York Times Correspondent | 1960 to 1961
Rollo May | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner | 1971 to 1972
Richard D. McCarthy | U.S. Congressman | 1969 to 1970
Ralph McGill | Publisher and Editor, The Atlanta Constitution | 1960 to 1961
Theodore R. McKeldin | Mayor of Baltimore | 1967 to 1968
Bill McKibben | Author, Educator and Environmentalist | 2017 to 2018
Robert McNamara | U.S. Secretary of Defense | 1983 to 1984
Jerzy Milewski | Executive Director of "Solidarnosc" | 1983 to 1984
Kate Millet | Writer | 1970 to 1971
Andre Milongo | Prime Minister of the Congo, Afirca | 1991 to 1992
Norman Mineta | Secretary of Transportation | 2015 to 2016
Walter Mondale | Vice President of the United States | 1981 to 1982
Newbold Morris | President, New York City Council | 1949 to 1950
Bruce Morrison | U.S. Congressman | 1982 to 1983
Toni Morrison | Nobel Laureate for Fiction | 1989 to 1990
F. Bradford Morse | U.S. Congressman; Under Secretary General, The United Nations | 1974 to 1975
Daniel Patrick Moynihan | U.S. Permanent Representative to the U.N.; U.S. Senator | 1975 to 1976
Lewis Mumford | Planner, Writer | 1949 to 1950
Sir Leslie Munro | Permanent Representative of New Zealand to the U.N. | 1959 to 1960
Edmund S. Muskie | U.S. Senator | 1959 to 1960
Ralph Nader | Consumer Advocate | 1972 to 1973
Dr. Najib-Ullah | Ambassador from Afghanistan to U.S. | 1958 to 1959
Robert do Oliveira Campos | Ambassador from Brazil to the U.S. | 1963 to 1964
Eddie Palmieri | Musician | 2001 to 2002
Governor George Pataki | State of New York | 2000 to 2001
George Pataki | Governor State of New York | 1999 to 2000
Alan S. Paton | Writer; President of the South African Liberal Party | 1972 to 1973
Thomas Patterson | Conference on Film and Politics | 1973 to 1974
Octavio Paz | Mexican Nobel Laureate for Poetry | 1990 to 1991
Cesar Pelli | Architect | 2007 to 2008
Shimon Peres | Prime Minister of Israel | 1996 to 1997
Hermini Portell-Vila | Historian | 1956 to 1957
Richard Pound | Member, International Olympic Committee | 2004 to 2005
Samantha Power | U.S. Permanent Representative to the United Nations | 2014 to 2015
Tito Puente | El Rey de Mambo, The King of Mambo | 1999 to 2000
Ronald Reagan | President of the U.S.; Governor of California | 1967 to 1968
Robert Redford | Film Producer; Actor; Environmentalist | 1979 to 1980
Steve Reich | Composer | 2006 to 2007
Abraham A. Ribicoff | U.S. Senator | 1952 to 1953
Abraham A. Ribicoff | U.S. Senator | 1978 to 1979
Susan Rice | National Security Advisor | 2015 to 2016
Elliot Lee Richardson | Secretary, H.E.W.; Secretary of Defense, U.S. Attorney General | 1973 to 1974
Paul Ricoeur | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner | 1971 to 1972
David Riesman | Social Scientist | 1952 to 1953
Faith Ringgold | Artist, Writer, Activist | 2017 to 2018
Taft Robert | U.S. Congressman; U.S. Senator | 1967 to 1968
Randall Robinson | Activist, Trans Africa | 1987 to 1988
William A. Robson | British Political Scientist | 1956 to 1957
Judith Rodin | President, University of Pennsylvania | 1999 to 2000
Eugene Rostow | Conference on the Presidency | 1971 to 1972
Richard Rovere | Columnist, The New Yorker | 1950 to 1951
John Rowland | Governor, State of Connecticut | 1995 to 1996
John G. Rowland | Governor State of Connecticut | 1998 to 1999
Edward R. Roybal | U.S. Congressman | 1972 to 1973
Bayard Rustin | Civil Rights Leader; Director, A. Phillipe Randolph Institute | 1970 to 1971
Sebastiao Salgado | Humanitarian Photojournalist | 1991 to 1992
H.E. Dr. Oscar Arias Sanchez | President of Costa Rica | 1998 to 1999
Terry Sanford | Governor of North Carolina | 1964 to 1965
James R. Schlesinger | Secretary of Defense | 1975 to 1976
Arthur Schlesinger | Conference on the Presidency | 1971 to 1972
Patricia Schroeder | U.S. Congresswoman | 1987 to 1988
Ntozake Shange | Playwright, Poet, Novelist | 1987 to 1988
Ruth Simmons | President of Brown University | 2002 to 2003
Paul Simon | Singer-Songwriter | 2015 to 2016
B.F. Skinner | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner | 1971 to 1972
T.V. Smith | U.S. Congressman | 1953 to 1954
Robert Smylie | Governor of Idaho | 1966 to 1967
Sir Charles P. Snow | Novelist, Educator and Scientist | 1961 to 1962
Mario Soares | Secretary General of the Socialist Party of Portugal; Prime Minister of Portugal | 1975 to 1976
Ted Sorensen | Author; Special Counsel to John F. Kennedy | 2008 to 2009
Wole Soyinka | Nigerian Playwright | 1983 to 1984
Stephen Spender | Conference on the Works of B.F. Skinner | 1971 to 1972
Charles M. Spofford | Chairman, NATO Council of Ministers | 1955 to 1956
David Steel | Head, United Kingdom's Liberal Party | 1987 to 1988
Gloria Steinem | Feminist Activist, Writer | 2007 to 2008
Leslie C. Stevens | Vice-Admiral (USN), Naval Attach | 1953 to 1954
Adlai E. Stevenson | Governor of Illinois; Democratic candidate for President, 1952 & 1956 | 1958 to 1959
Carl B. Stokes | Mayor of Cleveland | 1968 to 1969
William Styron | Poland Forum | 1986 to 1987
Aung San Suu Kyi | Chair of the National League for Democracy and Member of Parliament, Burma/Myanmar | 2012 to 2013
William Taylor | Conference on Film and Politics | 1973 to 1974
Sylvia Temkin | Assistant Director General; Department of Youth Aliyah | 1993 to 1994
Dr. Benny 1993-94 Temkin | Member of the Israeli Knesset | 1993 to 1994
Robert Farris Thompson | Professor, Art Historian | 2009 to 2010
Richard Thornburgh | Attorney General of the U.S.; Governor, Commonwealth of Pennsylvania | 1985 to 1986
Ogyen Trinley Dorje | His Holiness the 17th Karmapa | 2014 to 2015
Harry S. Truman | President of the United States | 1957 to 1958
John V. Tunney | U.S. Congressman; U.S. Senator | 1966 to 1967
Morris K. Udall | U.S. Congressman; Charman, Committee of Interior and Insular Affairs | 1976 to 1977
Peter Ueberroth | Commissioner of Baseball | 1985 to 1986
Jess Unruh | Speaker of the California Assembly | 1962 to 1963
João Vale de Almeida | Ambassador | 2016 to 2017
John Martin Vorys | U.S. Congressman | 1958 to 1959
Robert Wagner | Mayor of New York City | 1965 to 1966
Alice Walker | International Symposium on Black Women Writers | 1981 to 1982
Edward Weeks | Editor, The Atlantic Monthly | 1952 to 1953
Lowell Weicker | U.S. Congressman, Senator | 1972 to 1973
Lowell P. Weicker, Jr. | Governor, State of Connecticut | 1991 to 1992
Christine Todd Whitman | Governor, State of New Jersey | 1994 to 1995
Boleslaw Wierzbianski | Poland Forum | 1986 to 1987
Elie Wiesel | Author, Nobel Laureate | 2006 to 2007
Simon Wiesenthal | Nazi Hunter; Founder of the Jewish Documentation Center | 1985 to 1986
Shirley Ann Williams | International Symposium on Black Women Writers | 1981 to 1982
G. Mennen Williams | Governor of Michigan | 1957 to 1958
Sir Henry Willink | Master, Magdalene College, Cambridge | 1960 to 1961
Lord David Wilson of Tillyorn, GCMG | Governor of Hong Kong | 1997 to 1998
Yevgeny Yevtushenko | Russian poet, political dissident and politician | 2000 to 2001
Stephen M. Young | U.S. Senator | 1959 to 1960