UWT library publications profile

Michael Honey teaches and writes about labor and civil rights history and the work and nonviolent philosophy of Martin Luther King, Jr. Honey has published five books and edited a book of King's labor speeches; has won the Robert F. Kennedy and numerous other book awards; and is a Guggenheim fellow and recipient of other academic awards. Honey is a founder of UWT, former holder of the Harry Bridges Chair in Labor Studies for the University of Washigton and current holder of the Fred and Dorothy Haley Humanities Professorship at UWT.