Clio Speaks: History Today

Clio Speaks: History Today

Seattle University History Faculty Essays

Clio Speaks is a regular column for the Seattle University History community, with essays authored by faculty on a variety of topics related to their research and classes. It is a space for musings informed by expert knowledge in all the areas that the History Department reaches. These informal essays offer personal perspectives on history and yield insights into the past, present, and future.

Why Clio?

By Dr. Randall Souza. Clio has come to be identified as the Muse of History: in Greek mythology, she is one of the nine daughters born to Zeus and Mnemosyne (“Memory” personified).
Oct 4, 2019

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