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Test Bank for Framing America A Social History of American Art, 3rd Edition, Frances K. Pohl, ISBN 978-0-500-28983-9, ISBN 978-0-500-77166-2, ISBN 9780500289839, ISBN 9780500771662

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1. – Art and Conquest
The Spanish and the Aztecs
The Northern Territories of New Spain
France Bringing the Faith: The Northeast
The Exploration of the Mississippi and Mississippian Culture
A Protestant Presence in America
The Art and Architecture of the British and Dutch Colonies
Products of the Needle and Chisel
Foreign Wars and Domestic Unrest

2. – Defining America
Representing the Revolution and Its Aftermath
Presidential Poses: Images of George Washington
Architectural Symbols of a New Nation
An Architecture of Discipline
Nationhood and Native Americans
The Schooling of the Nation’s Artists: Samuel F. B. Morse and the National Academy of Design
The Entrepreneurial Spirit and the Production of American Culture

3. – Nature and Nation
Nature and the Sacred in Native American Art
God, Nature, and the Rise of Landscape Painting
Thomas Cole, Federalism, and The Course of Empire
Edward Hicks and The Peaceable Kingdom
Landscape Painting at Mid-Century: Frederick Edwin Church and the Luminists
Native Americans as Nature
Depicting the “Looks and Modes” of Native American Life
Nature Transformed: Settling the Landscape
Woman as Nature: The Nude, the Mother, and the Cook
Nature Morte: Still Life and the Art of Deception

4. – A Nation at War
The War Between the United States and Mexico
Mexican Culture as American Culture
Prelude to the Civil War: Representing African Americans and Slavery
Race and the Civil War
Images of Reconstruction
Monuments to Freedom
Native Americans in the Popular Press: Harper’s Weekly and the Washita River Massacre
Encyclopedias of Experience: Native American Ledger Art
The End of the Ghost Dance
The Hampton Institute and Lessons in American History

5. – Work and Art Redefined
One Hundred Years of Independence: Taking Stock of America at the 1876 Philadelphia Centennial Exhibition
Images of Workers
Celebrating the New Male Professionals: Portraits by Thomas Eakins
The Female Body and the Rights of Women: The “Declaration of Sentiments” and Hiram Powers’s The Greek Slave
Domestic Culture and Cultural Production
The Feminine Ideal and the Rise of Aestheticism
Images of the Particular: Portraiture and Trompe l’Oeil Painting
The Battle over Public Space
The End of a Century: Art, Architecture, and the World’s Columbian Exposition

6. – The Machine, the Primitive, and the Modern
Realism and the Ashcan School
Modernism and the Avant-Garde
World War I and the Art of Reproduction
Modernism, Gender, and Sexuality
Escape to Mexico
Mexico in America: Imaging the American Southwest
The Harlem Renaissance
Gender, Consumption, and Domestic Spaces

7. – Art for the People, Art Against Fascism
A New Deal for Art
Modernist Architecture, Domestic Design, and Planned Communities
Alternative Visions: Urban Life and the Industrial Worker
Alternative Visions: The Corporate View of Industrial America
Alternative Visions: Women at Work in the City
Alternative Visions: Rural America
Art Against Fascism: The Popular Front and the American Artists’ Congress
The War at Home: Japanese American Internment and American Patriotism
Social Surrealism, Abstraction, and Democracy

8. – From Cold War to Culture Wars
Gestures of Liberation: Abstract Art as the New American Art
Pastiche and Parody: Another Take on the Real
Minimal Forms and Art as Idea
Popular Art, Pop Art, and Consumer Culture
An Art of Protest: The Civil Rights Movement and the Vietnam War
The Personal Is Political: Feminist Art of the 1970s
Public Art and the Public Interest
Is Less More? Re-evaluating Modernism in Architecture
Postmodernism and Art
Art Activism
The Culture Wars
Envisioning the Twenty-first Century

Bibliography
Websites
Glossary
Acknowledgments for Illustrations
Index