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Cope, Rachel. "On Fire in Baltimore: Black Mormon Women and Conversion in a Raging City." BYU Studies Quarterly, 58 (2019): 184-86.
Furr-Holden, C. Debra M., Elizabeth D. Nesoff, and Victoria Nelson, et al. "Understanding the Relationship between Alcohol Outlet Density and Life Expectancy in Baltimore City" The Role of Community Violence and Community Disadvantage." Journal of Community Psychology, 47 (January 2019): 63-75.
King, P. Nicole, Kate Drabinski, and Joshua Clark Davis, eds. Baltimore Revisited: Stories of Inequality and Resistance in a U.S. City. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2019.
Loudermilk, Suzanne, and Kit Waskom Pollard. Lost Restaurants of Baltimore. Charleston, SC: American Palate, 2019.
Stacy, Christina Plerhoples, Joseph Schilling, and Ruth Gourevitch, et al. "Bridging the Housing and Health Policy Divide: Lessons in Community Development from Memphis and Baltimore." Housing Policy Debate, 29 (May 4, 2019): 403-20.
Welles, Brooke Foucault and Sarah J. Jackson. "The Battle for #Baltimore: Networked Counterpublics and the Contested Framing of Urban Unrest." International Journal of Communication, 13 (2019): 1699-1719.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Historical Society. B&O In Baltimore: 160 Years of History in the Charm City Area. Eldersburg, MD: Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Historical Society, 2019.
Ditman, David. "Streetcar Rail to Community Trail, Part 1." Live Wire, 49 (October-November-December 2019): 6-8.
Ditman, David. "Eagle Scout Candidate Preserves History at BSM." Live Wire, 48 (January-February-March 2019): 4.
Engleman, John V. "Car 26 Where Are You?" Live Wire, 48 (January-February-March 2019): 5-6.
Helton, Gary. Baltimore Radio and Television. Images of America series. Charleston, SC: Arcadia Publishing, 2019.
Hammond, Dana Kenyatta. "The Panther Comes to Baltimore: The Formation, Ideology, Activities, and Repression of the Baltimore Branch of the Black Panther Party, 1968-1972." Ph.D. diss., Morgan State University, 2020.
Hollie, Donna Tyler. "City of Renaissance: Frederick Douglass's Baltimore." Journal of the Afro-American Historical & Genealogical Society, 37 (2020): 35-42.
Kenny, Bridget. "Servicing 'Intimate Publics': Johannesburg and Baltimore Department Stores in the 1960s." Safundi, 21 (April 2020): 115-39.
King-Meadows, Tyson D. "Harbingers of Unrest in Baltimore: Racial and Spatial Cleavages in Satisfaction with Quality of Life before the 2015 Uprising." Groups & Identities, 8 (December 2020): 845-66.
Mueller, Viola Franziska. "Runaway Slaves in Antebellum Baltimore: An Urban Form of Marronage?" International Review of Social History, 65 (April 2020): 169-95.
Williams, Jennie K. "Trouble the Water: The Baltimore to New Orleans Coastwise Slave Trade, 1820-1860." Slavery & Abolition, 41 (no. 2, 2020): 275-303.
Cassie, Ron, and Christine Jackson. "Baltimore the Beautiful." Baltimore, 113 (January 2020): 76-87.
Cassie, Ron. If You Love Baltimore, It Will Love You Back: 171 Short, but True Stories. Baltimore: Apprentice House, 2020.
Balkan, Evan. Secret Baltimore: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure. St. Louis: Reedy Press, 2020.
Blessett, Brandi. "Urban Renewal and 'Ghetto' Development in Baltimore: Two Sides of the Same Coin." American Review of Public Administration, (June 17, 2020): https://doi.org/10.1177/0275074020930358.
Choflet, Robert Thomas. "'Unfit for Family Life': How Regimes of Accumulation, Sexuality, and Antiblackness Have Built (And Rebuilt) West Baltimore." Ph.D. diss., University of Maryland, College Park, 2020.
Conley, John L. "Camp St. Martin at Love Point was Summer Oasis for Baltimore Youth." Isle of Kent, (Fall 2020): 4-5.
Garboden, Philip, and Christine Jang-Trettien. "'There's Money to be Made in Community': Real Estate Developers, Community Organizing, and Profit-Making in a Shrinking City." Journal of Urban Affairs, 42 (April 2020): 414-34.
Knapp, Gerrit-Jan, Daniel Engelberg, Uri Avin, Sevgi, Erdogan, Fred Ducca, Timothy F. Welch, Nicholas Finio, Rolf Meockel, and Harutyun Shahumyan. "Modeling Sustainability Scenarios in the Baltimore-Washington (DC) Region: Implications for Methodology and Policy." Journal of the American Planning Association, 86 (issue 2, 2020): 250-63.