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pt. 1: From ancient times to the late colonial era. The art of indigenous Americans before 1500 C.E. ; The old world and the new: first phases of encounter, 1492-1750 ; Early colonial arts, 1632-1734 ; Late colonial encounters: the new world, Africa, Asia, and Europe, 1735-1797 --
pt. 2: Forging a new nation, 1776-1865. Art, revolution, and the new nation, 1776-1828 ; The body politic, 1828-1865 ; Native and European arts at the boundaries of culture: the frontier west and Pacific northwest, 1820s-1850s ; Nature's nation, 1820-1865 --
pt. 3: From Reconstruction to turn-of-the-century, 1865-1900. Post-war challenges: Reconstruction, the Centennial years, and beyond, 1865-1900 ; A new internationalism: the arts in an expanding world, 1876-1900 ; Exploration and retrenchment: the arts in unsettling times, 1890-1900 --
pt. 4: The new century, 1900-1960. The arts confront the new century: renewal and continuity, 1900-1920 ; Transnational exchanges: modernism and modernity beyond borders, 1913-1940 ; The arts and the city, 1913-1940 ; Searching for roots, 1918-1940 ; Social visions: the arts in the Depression years, 1929-1941 ; Cold War and the age of the atom: consensus and anxiety, 1945-1960 --
pt. 5: The sixties to the present. Art into life, 1960-1980 ; American art in flux, 1980-present --