The Henning Graduate Fellowship, established to honor the life and work of San Francisco labor leader Jack Henning, encourages innovative study
of the expressive culture of working people in the United States, their
identities, philosophies, and the problems they encounter. The fellowship is available to graduate students enrolled in an
accredited California university who are undertaking research related to laborlore,
labor history, occupational folklife, trade union traditions, and/or workers’
expressive culture, all broadly defined. To learn more about the fellowship, visit http://www.laborculture.org/scholarship/henning.html. Applications for the 2014–2015 award must be postmarked by March 1, 2014.