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    Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
    1 March 2016Wandel waehrend Immermanns Schaffenszeit. Von Uhlands "Wanderliedern" und Puettmanns "Wanderbildern"  Vonhoff, G
    9 October 2018Wanderers Without a Home: Houses and houselessness in the Johnson Circle  Hay, DE
    1 December 2009War on Waste?: The Politics of Waste and Recycling in Post-War Britain, 1950-1975  Cooper, Timothy
    2016Was Jewish ‘Holocaust Theology’ Ever Really About the Holocaust? Assessing the Roots and Implications of a Recurring Critique.  Tollerton, DC
    20 July 2017Waste and everyday environmentalism in modern Britain  Cooper, T
    1 November 2018Wasting Breath in Hamlet  Tsentourou, PN
    2009Watching the dead speak: the role of the audience, imagination, and belief in late-modern spiritualism  Goldingay, Sarah
    2005Water and wetlands in medieval estate management: Glastonbury Abbey, Meare and the Somerset Levels in South West England  Rippon, Stephen
    31 March 2015Wealth and common good  Reed, Esther D.
    2016Wealth and Justice: Contemporary Chinese Middlebrow Cinema  Guo, T
    15 August 2019Weaponizing Criticism  Steven, MA
    1999Wetland habitats, their resource potential and exploitation. A case study from the Humber wetlands.  Dinnin, Mark; Van de Noort, Robert
    2015What did Arsinoe tell Lysimachus about Philetaerus?  Ogden, Daniel
    2001What Good is a Rebellious Teenager? Classics and Linguistics in the Twentieth Century  Dickey, Eleanor
    2015What is Voice Studies? Konstantinos Thomaidis  Thomaidis, K
    30 July 2019What to Ask in Confession: A List of Sins from Thirteenth-Century England  Rider, CR
    2016What was Thomas Lodge's Josephus in early modern England?  Cox Jensen, F
    2011What's in a tomb? Roman death public and private.  Borg, BE
    29 October 2018When Fluxus Came to West Wales: A re-search in 12 actions – or, does a network have a margin?  Roms, H
    1 November 2006When perception isn't reality: Accent identification and perceptual dialectology in French  Boughton, Zoë