It used to be that students were capable of memorizing large amounts of important literature, Scripture, speeches and important information. If humans have not changed, and are still just as capable of memory, what has changed? Our educational culture, expectations and pedagogy. In this seminar, we will explore the way memory was used, developed and employed in the classical tradition of education. Participants may be surprised to discover that memory was not merely employed to store information–but also to nourish and cultivate the soul.