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Unger, Mike. "Paratrooper." Baltimore, 107 (February 2014): 78-80.
Categories: Women
Unger, Mike. "Prime Time." Baltimore, 108 (October 2015): 140-45.
Unger, Mike. "That's the Spirit." Baltimore, 108 (July 2015): 114-19.
Unger, Mike. "On Point." Baltimore, 109 (June 2016): 92-94, 96-97.
Annotation / Notes: Under Armour athlete sponsorship.
Unger, Mike. "Pitch Perfect." Baltimore, 109 (April 206): 142-45, 174-75.
Unger, Mike. "Brand Ambassador." Baltimore, 110 (December 2017): 126-29, 187-88.
Categories: Education
Unger, Mike. "Del Yeah!" Baltimore, 110 (May 2017): 96-99.
Categories: Music and Theater
Unger, Mike. "Squad Leader." Baltimore, 110 (October 2017): 88-91.
Annotation / Notes: Ken Niumatalolo.
Unger, Mike. "True Bromance." Baltimore, 110 (April 2017): 149-51, 174-75.
Annotation / Notes: Manny Machado and Johnathan Schoop.
Unger, Mike. "Fancy Footwork." Baltimore, 111 (September 2018): 144-49.
Unger, Mike. "Men at Work." Baltimore, 111 (January 2018): 116-21.
Unger, Mike. "The Reign of Spain." Baltimore, 111 (December 2018): 136-41.
Annotation / Notes: Tio Pepe's.
Unger, Mike. "Second Half." Baltimore, 111 (February 2018): 82-84.
Annotation / Notes: Juan Dixon.
Unger, Mike. "Smoking Allowed." Baltimore, 112 (November 2019): 134, 136-37.
Tanaka, Miho. Determinants of Hepatitis B Screening Behavior among Asian Americans: From the Theory of Planned Behavior Perspective and the Evaluation of the Intervention. Ph.D. diss., Johns Hopkins University, 2012.
Categories: Ethnic History, Medicine
Mieder, Wolfgang. "'Paddle Your Own Canoe': Frederick Douglass's Proverbial Message in His 'Self-Made Man' Speech." Midwestern Folklore, 26 (Fall 2001): 21-40.
Categories: African American
Mieder, Wolfgang. "'Do Unto Others as You Would Have Them Do Unto You': Frederick Douglass's Proverbial Struggle for Civil Rights." Journal of American Folklore, 114 (Summer 2001): 331-57.
Categories: African American
Micklus, Robert. The Comic Genius of Dr. Alexander Hamilton. Knoxville, TN: University of Tennessee Press, 1990.
Micklus, Robert. "The Case Against Ebenezer Cooke's Sot-Weed Factor." American Literature, 56 (May 1984): 251-61.
Micklus, Robert. "'The History of the Tuesday Club:' A Mock-Jeremiad of the Colonial South." William and Mary Quarterly 40 (January 1983): 42-61.
Annotation / Notes: Analysis of a literary parody. This article examines Dr. Alexander Hamilton's History of the Ancient and Honorable Tuesday Club written when he was the leader of that band of Annapolis wits. Hamilton was a Scottish born and educated medical doctor whose influence on the literary life of Maryland was cut short by his death in 1756 at the age of 44. Dr. Hamilton used humor in his History to satirize other writers' moralistic condemnations of the intellectual culture of the southern colonies. In doing so, he introduced a point of view that reflected the ideals of the Enlightenment. The entire text of Hamilton's History, edited by Micklus was published in 1990. Interested readers should also consult Micklus' full-length The Comic Genius of Dr. Alexander Hamilton.
Micklus, Robert. "The Delightful Instruction of Dr. Alexander Hamilton's Itinerarium." American Literature 60 (1988): 359-384.
Michener, Ron. "Reconsidering Colonial Maryland's Bills of Credit, 1767-1775." Econ Journal Watch, 15 (May 2018): 158-67.
Paugh, Michelle. "The Pennington Cottage." Glades Star 8 (March 1998): 323-24.
Patient, Michelle. "Less is Baltimore." Architecture 88 (June 1999): 71.
Wojciechowski, Michele. "A Writer's Story." Maryland Life, 1 (September/October 2005): 36-38.
Categories: African American