Registration for TRAC 2019 Now Open

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The organisers of TRAC 2019 are excited to announce that registration is now open for our conference at the University of Kent, Canterbury, from the 11th – 14th of April 2019. A full list of sessions, along with the call for papers and posters, is available to view on the website now.

Early-bird conference fees will be £45 student/unwaged and £55 waged. There are also day tickets for the Friday and Saturday priced at £25 student/unwaged and £30 waged (prices will increase on January 14th 2019).

Click here to register now! 

To open the conference, Dr Zena Kamash (Royal Holloway) will give the plenary lecture “Decolonising Roman Archaeology” in the Colyer/Ferguson Lecture Theatre on Thursday the 11th of April at 6:45pm, followed by a drinks reception.

In the evening on Saturday 13th, we will be hosting a dinner and the famous TRAC party at in the Darwin Conference Suite on the university campus. The dinner is available on the registration form and as always the party is free to attend, where there will be a DJ and bar facilities.

In addition to having access to a variety of sessions at the conference, you may enjoy the beautiful surroundings of Canterbury’s city centre. We have also organised field trips for Sunday the 14th of April to Richborough, Reculver and the Roman Painted House in Dover, which will be led by people who have worked and are currently working on the sites. Additionally, there is also a free pre-conference tour at 1pm on the 11th of April. Tours can be booked through the registration page. Coaches will pick up attendees on the University of Kent campus with lunch provided. Spaces are limited, so book early!

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