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Chambers Stream Courses

You will need to complete four half-courses for the Margaret Chambers Stream:

  • VIC186H1F | The Art and Literature of Leadership 1
  • VIC187H1F | Prosperity, Justice and Sustainability: Introduction to Public Policy
  • VIC188H1S | Corporate Citizenship, Sustainability, and Ethics
  • VIC189H1S | The Art and Literature of Leadership 2
VIC186H1F | The Art and Literature of Leadership 1

VIC186H1F
The Art and Literature of Leadership 1
Professor Stephen Rupp
T 6-8

What is a leader? Are leaders born or are they made, and if they are made is there a craft to being able to lead others? Through works of art, film, and literature, this course examines the various types of men and women who become leaders from natural-born talents to statesmen and state-crafters and individual entrepreneurs with the purpose of defining those qualities that make for the leaders of tomorrow. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC187H1, VIC188H1, VIC189H1, and ECO101H1 and ECO102H1
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred.
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities
Breadth Requirement: Creative and Cultural Representations (1)

VIC187H1F | Prosperity, Justice and Sustainability: Introduction to Public Policy

VIC187H1F
Prosperity, Justice and Sustainability: Introduction to Public Policy
Professor Kathleen Wynne
M 5-7

This course introduces policy applications of measurement tools and economic concepts by analyzing current issues in the news, such as public spending and debt, health care, social security, energy, climate change, innovation, and education. Concepts from the philosophy and history of economic thought will be used to address such questions as: What is the nature of economic explanations? Do they tell us the truth about reality?Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC186H1, VIC188H1, VIC189H1, ECO101H1 and ECO102H1
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred.
Distribution Requirements: Social Science
Breadth Requirements: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

VIC188H1S | Corporate Citizenship, Sustainability, and Ethics

VIC188H1S
Corporate Citizenship, Sustainability, and Ethics
Professor Wendy Cecil
M 5-7

Drawing together philosophical background readings with contemporary applications, this course addresses issues of corporate social responsibility, business ethics, human rights, diversity, and equity, and considers how these topics intersect with a wide range of global practices. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC186Y, VIC187H1, VIC189H1, ECO101H1 and ECO102H1
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred.
Distribution Requirements: Humanities
Breadth Requirements: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

VIC189H1S | The Art and Literature of Leadership 2

VIC189H1S
The Art and Literature of Leadership 2
Professor Sandford Borins
F 11-1

What is a leader? Are leaders born or are they made, and if they are made is there a craft to being able to lead others? Through works of art, film, and literature, this course examines the various types of men and women who become leaders from natural-born talents to statesmen and state-crafters and individual entrepreneurs with the purpose of defining those qualities that make for the leaders of tomorrow. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC187H1, VIC188H1, VIC189H1, and ECO101H1 and ECO102H1
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred.
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities
Breadth Requirement: Creative and Cultural Representations (1)

Education Stream Courses

You will need to complete two full-year courses for the Education Stream:

  • VIC150Y1Y | School and Society
  • VIC151Y1Y | Theories and Practices of Teaching
VIC150Y1Y | School and Society

VIC150Y1Y
School and Society
Professor Emily Greenleaf / Professor Jonathan Hamilton-Diabo
M 11-1

This course will be about the social and historical role of the school. The course will examine schools and learning as social, political, intellectual, and economic phenomena.Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite:
 Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC151Y1 and PSY100H1
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Social Science
Breadth Requirement: Society and its Institutions (3)

VIC151Y1Y | Theories and Practices of Teaching

VIC151Y1Y
Theories and Practices of Teaching
Professor Julia Forgie
W 10-12

This course focuses on connecting the theories and practices of teaching with a view to having students develop their personal understanding of teaching. The intention of the course is to encourage students  to develop a sense of what it is to be a professional teacher in a Canadian context. Students will reflect on themes including the purpose and goals of schooling, citizenship education, school curriculum, place-based learning, culturally relevant pedagogy, parental rights in education and various instructional strategies and teaching practices. In the end, students will be expected to link the theory of teaching with the practice of teaching in order to develop their own philosophy of teaching. Students will be involved in a practicum. Not eligible for CR/NCR option. 

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC150Y1 and PSY100H1
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities
Breadth Requirement: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

Frye Stream Courses

You will need to complete four half-courses for the Northrop Frye Stream:

  • VIC162H1F/S | Cultural Forms and Their Meanings
  • VIC163H1F/S | Cultural Forms and Their Meanings: People and Ideas
  • VIC164H1F/S | Ideas and Their Consequences: Literary and Artistic Realms of the Imagination
  • VIC165H1F/S | Ideas and Their Consequences: Isolation and Communion in Modern Culture

All of the courses listed above are available in both Fall and Winter. 

VIC162H1F/S | Cultural Forms and Their Meanings

VIC162H1F/S
Cultural Forms and Their Meanings
Professor Ira Wells
R 1-3

A study of culture with a view to developing basic concepts with examples drawn from the visual arts, music, film, literature, architecture, and/or local urban artefacts.Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC163H1, VIC164H1, VIC165H1, and 1.0 FCE in any 100-level course in ENG or FAH or PHL
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirements: Humanities
Breadth Requirements: Creative and Cultural Representations (1)

VIC163H1F/S | Cultural Forms and Their Meanings: People and Ideas

VIC163H1F/S
Cultural Forms and Their Meanings: People and Ideas
Professor Anne Urbancic
MW 12-1

A study of culture with a view to developing basic concepts of how we interact with the spaces we encounter with examples drawn from the visual arts, music, film, architecture, and/or local urban artifacts. Students will be able to choose other topics of interest to them. We will emphasize how contemporary thought has affected the practice of everyday life. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC162H1, VIC164H1, VIC165H1 and 1.0 FCE in any 100-level ENG or FAH or PHL 
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses. 
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities
Breadth Requirement: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

VIC164H1F/S | Ideas and Their Consequences: Literary and Artistic Realms of the Imagination

VIC164H1F/S
Ideas and Their Consequences: Literary and Artistic Realms of the Imagination
Professor Bob Davidson
R 1-3

A study of the ideas and concerns of creative thinkers and their impact upon cultures. The course includes literary, scientific and/or religious intellectuals from the major traditions. Attention to modes of reasoning, cultural definition and expression. Emphasis on philosophical and artistic concepts. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC162H1, VIC163H1, VIC165H1 and 1.0 FCE in any 100-level ENG or FAH or PHL 
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities
Breadth Requirement: Society and its Institutions (3)

VIC165H1F/S | Ideas and Their Consequences: Isolation and Communion in Modern Culture

VIC165H1F/S
Ideas and Their Consequences: Isolation and Communion in Modern Culture
Professor Adam Sol
MW 12-1

A study of art, with a focus on poetry, as an essential mode of experience and knowledge, in the context of contemporary and modern society. Along with literary artists, the course includes writers on history and sociology and presents the interplay between artistic vision and socio-political situations. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC162H1,VIC163H1, VIC164H1 and 1.0 FCE in any 100-level ENG or FAH or PHL 
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities
Breadth Requirement: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

Gooch Stream Courses

You will need to complete four half-courses for the Gooch Stream:

  • VIC166H1F | Common Vices and Neglected Virtues: Intro to Ethics of Character
  • VIC167H1F | Ideas and Fine Thoughts
  • VIC168H1S | Identity and Equality in the Public Sphere
  • VIC169H1S | Ethical Living in a Pluralistic World
VIC166H1F | Common Vices and Neglected Virtues: Intro to Ethics of Character

VIC166H1F
Common Vices and Neglected Virtues: Intro to Ethics of Character
Professor Paul Gooch
R 2-4

Vice is popular: a prestigious university press has brought out a series of seven books on the Seven Deadly Sins. This course examines such questions as the following. Are greed, lust and gluttony just bad names for necessary and otherwise acceptable instincts? What is the place, in a good human life, of such qualities as honesty, trust, civility and the like? Are vices and virtues culturally determined or a matter of individual preference? Can character be taught, or is it rather a matter of genes and luck?  Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC167H1, VIC168H1, VIC169H1, and and 1.0 FCE in any 100-level course in ANT or PHL or RLG
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities
Breadth Requirement: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

VIC167H1S | Ideas and Fine Thoughts

VIC167H1S
Ideas and Fine Thoughts
Professor David Cook
M 2-4

This course examines political and ethical ideas through literature, art, plays, essays and philosophical works. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC166H1, VIC168H1, VIC169H1, and and 1.0 FCE in any 100-level course in ANT or PHL or RLG
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities or Social Science
Breadth Requirement: Creative and Cultural Representations (1)

VIC168H1F | Identity and Equality in the Public Sphere

VIC168H1F
Identity and Equality in the Public Sphere
Professor Andrew Lawless
W 11-1

Identity and equality are two important, but surprisingly elusive, concepts that are intimately connected to a cluster of other equally important ones, such as freedom, sovereignty, and the politics of recognition. Thus, in liberal democracies such as ours, the demands that emanate from considerations of identity and equality often have to be weighed against competing claims. How do we balance claims made in the name of equality against ones made in the name of freedom? How do we balance claims to collective rights and freedoms – ones based on assertions of identity and therefore demands for recognition – against claims to individual ones? Further, how do we evaluate and accommodate claims to sovereignty, a community’s assertion of the right to exercise, within Canada, control over matters that are central to its existence? We will proceed first by reading and discussing some classic philosophical treatments of the central concepts and then by applying what we have learned to some currently important issues. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC166H1, VIC167H1, VIC169H1, and and 1.0 FCE in any 100-level course in ANT or PHL or RLG
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Social Science
Breadth Requirement: Society and its Institutions (3)

VIC169H1S | Ethical Living in a Pluralistic World

VIC169H1S
Ethical Living in a Pluralistic World
Professor Natalie Wigg-Stevenson
R 2-4

Is it the end of the world as we know it? Who says it is, why do they think so, and what difference does it make? This course will explore influential religious beliefs about the end of the world, how those beliefs relate to different views of ethical living, especially in relation to contemporary political, social, economic, and environmental issues. We will focus on the origins and development of ideas about the end of the world in Zoroastrianism, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam and the influence of these religious traditions on western culture and politics. We will learn key concepts and their relationship to each other (for example, cosmology, apocalypse, eschatology, millennialism, and prophecy) and examine various end of the world narratives and how they function to shape people’s moral values and behaviour. We will learn how stories can convey ideas, how to read and interpret various end-of-the-world stories in recent popular culture and current events, and how to evaluate how those stories shape ethical values and action in a pluralistic world. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC166H1, VIC167H1, VIC168H1, and and 1.0 FCE in any 100-level course in ANT or PHL or RLG
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Social Science
Breadth Requirement: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

Jewison Stream Courses

You will need to complete two courses for the Jewison Stream:

  • VIC190Y1Y | The Arts and Society
  • VIC191Y1Y | Artistic Creation and Public Issues
VIC190Y1Y | The Arts and Society

VIC190Y1Y
The Arts and Society
Professor Adam Sol
F 10-12

The artist, filmmaker, poet or dramatist has changed society and how we imagine our future.  The course explores a number of paradigm cases of how the arts have interacted with social problems.  Both historical and current examples of the role of the imaginative arts will be explored. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC191Y1 and 1 FCE in any 100-level course in ARC or CIN or DRM or ENG or MUS or VIS
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities
Breadth Requirement: Society and its Institutions (3)

VIC191Y1Y | Artistic Creation and Public Issues

VIC191Y1Y
Artistic Creation and Public Issues
Professors Claire Battershill, Eric Friesen, and Ray Robertson
T 3-5

This course addresses social issues through the exploration of creative activity and the imaginative arts. Topics will be discussed from historical, ethical and philosophical perspectives, and might be considered either in a group or individually.Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: 
Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC190Y1 and 1 FCE in any 100-level course in ARC or CIN or DRM or VIS or MUS or ENG
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities
Breadth Requirement: Creative and Cultural Representations (1)

Pearson Stream Courses

You will need to complete four half-courses for the Pearson Stream:

  • VIC181H1F/S | Events in the Public Sphere: World Affairs
  • VIC183H1F/S | Individuals and the Public Sphere: Shaping Memory
  • VIC184H1F/S | Individuals and the Public Sphere: History, Historiography and Making Cultural Memory
  • VIC185H1F/S | Events in the Public Sphere: Social Justice

All of the courses listed above are available in both Fall and Winter.

VIC181H1F/S | Events in the Public Sphere: World Affairs

VIC181H1F/S
Events in the Public Sphere: World Affairs
Professor David Wright
M 2-4

This seminar will review issues in contemporary world affairs, from the fall of the Berlin Wall to the present day. The course will examine the politics and practice of foreign policy decision making, in Canada, the U.S. and elsewhere. Issues to be covered include the collapse of the Soviet Union, intervention in humanitarian crises and the conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. The impact of Trump and Brexit on international order will also be discussed.  In class, Professor Wright will draw on experiences from his diplomatic career, including as Ambassador to NATO.  Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC183H1, VIC184H1, VIC185H1, and a first-year course in ECO, HIS or POL 
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Social Science
Breadth Requirement: Society and its Institutions (3)

VIC183H1F/S | Individuals and the Public Sphere: Shaping Memory

VIC183H1F/S
Individuals and the Public Sphere: Shaping Memory
Professor Sunil Johal
R 10-12

This course explores how public service and citizenship are developed. Topics may include the role of law and government, civil liberties, rights and responsibilities, and the creation of policy, as well as how these factors shape collective memory. Restricted to first-year students. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC181H1, VIC184H1, VIC185H1 and a first-year course in ECO, HIS or POL 
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Social Science
Breadth Requirement: Creative and Cultural Representations (1)

VIC184H1F/S | Individuals and the Public Sphere: History, Historiography and Making Cultural Memory

VIC184H1F/S
Individuals and the Public Sphere: History, Historiography and Making Cultural Memory
Professor Anne Urbancic
MW 2-3

A seminar course that examines the contribution of an individual or individuals to the public sphere. The course will explore how public service and citizenship are developed in social, philosophical, and cultural and historical contexts. We will examine our evolving role in collective, cultural and counter memory. Students will have the opportunity to learn practical research techniques for primary source materials. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC181H1, VIC183H1, VIC185H1 and a first-year course in ECO, HIS or POL
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Social Science 
Breadth Requirement: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

VIC185H1F/S | Events in the Public Sphere: Social Justice

VIC185H1F/S
Events in the Public Sphere: Social Justice
Professor Vic Falkenheim
R 10-12

Among the more remarkable developments of the late 20th century was the explosive growth in the number of democracies in the world. Dubbed the “3rd wave” by political scientist Samuel Huntington, this massive shift was acclaimed by theorist Frances Fukuyama as the ‘end of history. But the disappointing performance of many new democracies and the dysfunctions of many mature democracies has led to renewed debate over the competing advantages of democracy versus authoritarian developmental regime, The dramatic success of  China’s ‘market-authoritarian’ experiment  is a case in point. This course will explore the dynamics of democratic transformation over the past four decades, focusing on the transformation of East Asian states undergoing the complex processes of modernization. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC181H1, VIC183H1, VIC184H1 and a first-year course in ECO, HIS or POL
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Social Science
Breadth Requirement: Society and its Institutions (3)

Schawlow Stream Courses

You will need to complete two full-year courses for the Schawlow Stream:

  • VIC172Y1Y | Physical Sciences Today
  • VIC173Y1Y | Philosophy of Science for Physical Scientists
VIC172Y1Y | Physical Sciences Today

VIC172Y1Y
Physical Sciences Today
Professor Emanuel Istrate
W 2-4

What does science do for our society, and what does society do for science? Who are today’s scientists? Why, where and how are they doing their work? In this course we discuss the way science works, taking a multi-disciplinary look at the physical sciences, the factors that enable scientific progress and the environment in which we advance science today.  We will look at the norms guiding the work of scientists, the way scientists communicate and share findings, the value of scientific results and the ways in which scientists and others make use of these results to improve our lives. At the same time, we discuss our social and ethical responsibilities as scientists. The course complements the content of the science courses taught at the university, discussing issues that today's scientists should consider. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC173Y1 and 1.0 FCE selected from first-year course offerings in the sciences (0.5 FCE must be a CHM, MAT, or PHY course)
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Social Science or Science
Breadth Requirement: Society and its Institutions (3)

VIC173Y1Y | Philosophy of Science for Physical Scientists

VIC173Y1Y
Philosophy of Science for Physical Scientists
Professor Hakob Barseghyan
F 2-4

This course introduces students to some of the issues in the philosophy of science, in general, and in the philosophy of physics, in particular. Topics include the scientific method and its controversies, the meaning of time and its properties, realism versus competing approaches, thought experiments, and quantum mechanics. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC172Y1 and 1.0 FCE selected from first-year course offerings in the sciences (0.5 FCE must be a CHM, MAT, or PHY course)
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Social Science or Science
Breadth Requirement: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

Stowe-Gullen Stream Courses

You will need to complete two full-year courses for the Stowe-Gullen Stream:

  • VIC170Y1Y | Introduction to Probability, Persuasion, and the Rhetoric of Science
  • VIC171Y1Y | Methodology, Theory and Practices in the Natural Sciences
VIC170Y1Y | The Impact of Science on Our Society

VIC170Y1Y
The Impact of Science on Our Society
Professor Angus McQuibban
T 10-12

The interplay between science and society will be explored over the course of the year through discussion and several group projects.  Topics covered will include research funding strategies, ethics in science, drug resistance, and vaccination amongst other scientific issues in our society.  The transition from basic science to translation will be discussed in the context of company creation and research proposals. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC171Y1 and 1.0 FCE selected from first-year course offerings in the sciences (0.5 FCE must be a BIO course)
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities or Social Science 
Breadth Requirement: Thought, Belief and Behaviour (2)

VIC171Y1Y | Methodology, Theory and Practice in the Natural Sciences

VIC171Y1Y
Methodology, Theory and Practice in the Natural Sciences
Professor Cory Lewis
F 10-12

An examination of scientific theories and their logic in life and physical sciences.  Experimental design, novel device production, data analysis and modeling will be discussed using examples drawn from primary source material in the natural sciences.  Students will prepare a research paper on a topic designed in consultation with the instructor. Not eligible for CR/NCR option.

Prerequisite: Admission to Vic One
Corequisite: VIC170Y1 and 1.0 FCE selected from first-year course offerings in the sciences (0.5 FCE must be a BIO course)
Exclusion: Innis One, Munk One, New One, SMC One, Trinity One, UC One, Woodsworth One, 199 seminars, Vic One Hundred courses.
Distribution Requirement Status: Humanities
Breadth Requirement: Creative and Cultural Representations (1)