TRAC 2020 Call for Papers/Posters

Posted by
|

We are pleased to announce that the Call for Papers/Posters for TRAC 2020 is now open. The Call for Papers will close 15th November and the Call for Posters will close 5th January 2020.

The 30th annual TRAC will be held in the ancient City of Split, Croatia, on 16th – 18th April 2020.

 

Paper Submissions (due 15th November):

Please indicate which theme session you wish to contribute to, or if you are submitting to the general session. Any papers that are not accepted for a themed session will be considered for the general session (organised by the Local Organising Committee). The different theme sessions and organisers are listed below.

Paper submissions for TRAC sessions should include:

  • Title of the theme session / general session you are submitting to
  • Title of the paper
  • Name(s) of the speaker(s)
  • Affiliation(s)
  • Contact email(s)
  • An abstract of 200 – 250 words

All submissions should be sent by email to the TRAC 2020 Split Local Organising Committee at trac2020split@gmail.com

The proposals will be sent to the Local Organising Committee and session organisers for review and paper proposers will be informed of the Committee’s decision by mid-December.

Poster Submissions (due 5th January 2020):

We will be accepting both hardcopies and digital posters.

Poster submissions for TRAC sessions should include:

  • Title of the poster
  • Name(s) of the author(s)
  • Affiliation(s)
  • Contact email(s)
  • An abstract of 200 – 250 words
  • Preferred format of the poster: 5 minute video presentation / PowerPoint automatized slide show / hardcopy in B1 size (70 x 100 cms)

All submissions should be sent by email to the TRAC 2020 Split Local Organising Committee at trac2020split@gmail.com

The proposals will be sent to the Local Organising Committee for review and poster proposers will be informed of the Committee’s decision by 15th January 2020.

 

TRAC 2020 Sessions:

1. Cross-craft interaction in the Roman World
2. Dark Landscapes: Research Strategies in Remote Sensing and Modelling
3. Ethical Challenges in Roman Archaeology
4. What happens when we dig big: recent work on huge datasets in Roman Archaeology
5. The Roman Food System: Rethinking the Global and the Local
6. Critical Globalisation: A Theoretical Framework for the 'Crisis' of the 3rd Century
7. ‘The Reach of Rome’:copying and imitating material culture and practices in the Roman-period provinces
8. Roman Subaltern Studies: Highlighting Subalterns' Signs in the Archaeological Record
9. “We demand rigidly defined areas of doubt and uncertainty!” How to operationalise marginality in Roman archaeology
10. From trench to press
11. Romanists Assemble: Collaboration in the past and present
12. From Globalization to Glocalization: Exploring Provincial Identities under Rome's Globalising Empire
13. Theorizing Ethnic Economies in the Roman Empire (SDEP sponsored panel)
14. Trade and Connectivity in the Adriatic and its Hinterlands
15. Sustainable urbanism in the Roman World: settlement, environment and economy
16. The Fabric of Empire: Current Approaches to Researching Roman Stone and Ceramic Building Material

 

 

Add a comment

TRAC is the organisation behind the annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, TRAC Workshops, TRAC Proceedings (1991-2016), the TRAC Themes in Roman Archaeology book series, and the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal (TRAJ). This site is maintained by the TRAC Standing Committee. Contact us for further details or inquiries.

Follow us: Facebook | Google+ | Twitter

Copyright © 1991–2019 TRAC and individual authors. All rights reserved.