A. Mark Smith for his book Optical Magic in the Late Renaissance: Giambattista Della Porta’s 'De Refractione' of 1593.
Pamela Webb in recognition of her book The Tower of the Winds in Athens – Greeks, Romans, Christians, and Muslims: Two Millennia of Continual Use.
Edward J. Olszewski for his monograph Parmigianino's Madonna of the Long Neck: A Grace Beyond the Reach of Art (Memoirs, volume 269).
Anthony M. Cummings for his monograph Nino Pirrotta: An Intellectual Biography.
Neil L. Rudenstine for his book The House of Barnes: The Man, The Collection, The Controversy.
Victoria R. Bricker and Harvey M. Bricker for their book Astronomy in the Maya Codices.
A. Mark Smith for his book Alhacen on Refraction: A Critical Edition, with English Translation and Commentary, of Book 7 of Alhacen's De Aspectibus, the Medieval Latin Version of Ibn al-Haytham's Kitab al-Manazir.
Stephen G. Brush for his book Choosing Selection: The Revival of Natural Selection in Anglo-American Evolutionary Biology, 1930-1970.
Rosemary Lévy Zumwalt for her monograph Franz Boas and W.E.B. Du Bois at Atlanta University, 1906.
Lionel Gossman for his monograph The Making of a Romantic Icon: The Religious Context of Friedrich Overbeck's “Italia und Germania” published in the Society’s Transactions, volume 97, part 5.
Vincent Ilardi for his monograph, Renaissance Vision from Spectacles to Telescopes.
Derek S. Linton for his monograph, Emil von Behring: Infectious Disease, Immunology, Serum Therapy.
Edward J. Olszewski for Cardinal Pietro Ottoboni (1667-1740) and the Vatican Tomb of Pope Alexander VIII.
James E. McClellan for Specialist Control: The Publications Committee of the Académie Royale des Sciences (Paris), 1700-1973.
Gunther S. Stent for Paradoxes of Free Will.
A. Mark Smith for Alhacen's Theory of Visual Perception: A Critical Edition, with English Translation and Commentary, of the First Three Books of Alhacen's De aspectibus, the Medieval Latin Version of Ibn al-Haytham's Kitab al-Manazir.
June Z. Fullmer (posthumous) for Young Humphry Davy: The Making of an Experimental Scientist.
Francesca Rochberg for Babylonian Horoscopes.
Whitfield J. Bell, Jr. for Patriot-Improvers, Biographical Sketches of Members of the American Philosophical Society, 1743-1769.
Martin W. Daly for The Sirdar. Sir Reginald Wingate and the British Empire in the Middle East.
Joseph R. McElrath for The Apprenticeship Writings of Frank Norris, 1896-1898.
Herbert H. Kaplan for Russian Overseas Commerce with Great Britain During the Reign of Catherine II.
Corinne Comstock Weston for The House of Lords and Ideological Politics: Lord Salisbury's Referendum Theory and the Conservative Party, 1846-1922.
Paul Bushkovitch and Maija Jansson for England and the North: The Russian Embassy of 1613-1614.
Barbara Nevling Porter for Images, Power and Politics: Figurative Aspects of Esarhaddon's Babylonian Policy.
David Gilman Romano for Athletics and Mathematics in Archaic Corinth: The Origins of the Greek 'Stadion'.
Sister Irma Corcoran for Thomas Holme, 1624-1695, Surveyor General of Pennsylvania.
William O. Oldson for A Providential Anti-Semitism: Nationalism and Polity in Nineteenth-Century Romania.
Joseph S. Fruton for Contrasts in Scientific Style.
Kenneth M. Setton for Venice, Austria, and the Turks in the Seventeenth Century.
Marshall Clagett for Ancient Egyptian Science.
Paul M. Lloyd for From Latin to Spanish.
Darwin Stapleton for The Transfer of Early Industrial Technologies to America.
Maija Jansson for Proceedings in Parliament 1614.
William Roach for The Continuations of the Old French Perceval of Chretien de Troyes, Volume 5.
Kenneth M. Setton for The Papacy and the Levant, Volumes 3 and 4.
Marshall Clagett for Archimedes in the Middle Ages, Volume 4.
Roland Mushat Frye for “Milton's Paradise Lost and the Visual Arts.”
Lois Wladis Hoffman for “The Value of Children to Parents and the Decrease in Family Size.”
Choh Hao Li for “Hormones of the Adenohypophysis.”
Owen Gingerich for “From Copernicus to Kepler:Heliocentrism as Model and as Reality.”
Frederick Albert Pottle for “Wordsworth in the Present Day.”
George Kennan for “The Historiography of the Early Political Career of Stalin.”
Neal A. Weber for “Gardening Ants, the Attines.”
Thomas Gold for “The Nature of the Lunar Surface: Recent Evidence.”
Paul Weiss for “Panta Rhei and So Flow Our Nerves.”
Elizabeth M. Ramsey for “New Appraisal of an Old Organ: The Placenta.”
Herbert L. Ratcliffe for “Contributions of a Zoo to an Ecology of Disease.”
Adolf A. Berle for “The Laws of Power: An Approach to Its Systematic Study.”
Millard Meiss for “Sleep in Venice. Ancient Myths and Renaissance Proclivities.”
William J. Robbins for “Topophysis, a Problem in Somatic Inheritance.”
Robert D. Dripps for “General Anesthesia and the Circulation.”
E. A. Speiser for “Cuneiform Law and the History of Civilization.”
Edwin Bidwell Wilson for “The Last Unpublished Notes of Williard J. Gibbs.”
E . Wyllys Andrews for “Excavations at Dzibilchaltun, Northwestern Yucatan, Mexico.”
Crawford Hallock Greenewalt for “The Iridescent Colors of Hummingbird Feathers.”
G. Ledyard Stebbins for “The Role of Hybridization in Evolution.”
Frank Lappin Horsfall for “Can Viruses Be Managed?”
Jesse W. Beams for “The Magnetically Supported Equilibrium Ultracentrifuge.”
Kenneth M. Setton for “The Byzantine Background to the Italian Renaissance.”
Geroid T. Robinson for “Stalin's Vision of Utopia: the Future Communist Society.”
John C. Trever for “Studies in the Problem of Dating the Dead Sea Scrolls.”
Robert Livingston Schuyler for “British Imperial Theory and American Territorial Policy - A Suggested Relationship.”
Bart J. Bok for “Studies of the Southern Milky Way.”
Otto Neugebauer for “The Babylonian Method for the Computation of the Last Visibilities of Mercury.”
Joseph J. Spengler for “Economic Factors in the Development of Densely Populated Areas.”
Sewall Wright for “Population Structure in Evolution.”
Wallace O. Fenn for “Physiology of Exposures to Abnormal Concentrations of the Respiratory Gases.”
Donald R. Young for “The Technique of Race Relations and Limiting Factors in the Development of the Social Sciences.”
Enrico Fermi for “The Development of the First Chain Reacting Pile.”
Samuel Noah Kramer for “Sumerian Literature: a Preliminary Survey of the Oldest Literature in the World, Sumerian Mythology: a Study of Spiritual and Literary Achievement in the Third Millennium B.C.”
George Gaylord Simpson for “The Beginnings of Vertebrate Paleontology in North America.”
George Howard Parker for “Integumentary Color Changes of Elasmobranch Fishes of Mustelus, Melanophore Responses and Blood Supply (Vasomotor Changes), On the Neurohumors of the Color Changes in Catfishes and on Fats and Oils as Protective Agents for Such Substances.”
Earle Radcliffe Caley for “The Composition of Ancient Greek Bronze Coins.”
Henry Norris Russell for “Stellar Energy.”
Arthur J. Dempster for “New Methods in Mass Spectroscopy and Further Experiments on the Mass Analysis of the Chemical Elements.”
Ralph E. Cleland for “Cyto-Taxonomic Studies on Certain Oenotheras from California and A Cytogenetic and Taxonomic Attack upon the Phylogeny and Systematics of Oenothera (Evening Primrose) with Special Reference to the Sub-genus Onagra.”