In the third edition of Framing America: A Social History of American Art (Thames and Hudson, 2012), Professor Frances Pohl continues to expand her coverage of the history of American art.  Committed to an inclusive approach, this book contains the works of both canonical and previously marginalized artists, situating all within the historical moments in which they were produced.  This fully revised edition introduces 13 new images, from native peoples’ early encounters with Europeans to the 21st-century interest in sustainable architecture.  It also includes a full-page map of North America (reinforcing the continental approach contained in the book) and a comprehensive glossary.