Talk: June Festival Historical Character

Event details

  • Tuesday | February 19, 2019
  • 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
  • Hughes Library, 25 Heritage Green Pl. Greenville, 29601
  • 864-244-1499

 View Map  Cost: Free

Talk: TBA


AV Huff, PhD is a distinguished author, award-wining teacher, and public servant. A beloved OLLI Teacher, AV’s classes seldom have an empty seat.

He is Professor of History Emeritus and Retired Vice President of Academic Affairs and Dean, Furman University. His PhD is from Duke University. Dr. Huff served on Chautauqua’s Board from its inception in 1999 and is director emeritus.

AV is passionate about southern history and is author of Greenville: The History of the City and County in the South Carolina Piedmont. Dr. Huff has led previous Chautauqua Talks on historic  figures ranging from the revered George Washington to the controversial John C. Calhoun to escaped South Carolina slave and US military commander Robert Smalls.

 

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