New COVID-19 Hardship Bursaries

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+++ Extension to the COVID-19 Hardship Bursary Scheme until 18th March 2022 +++

Following the TRAC 2020 Bursary Scheme and both The Roman Society and the Barbican Research Associates agreeing to retain bursaries awarded in 2020, The Roman Society has kindly offered to provide the same amount of funds for 2021 and 2022. Therefore, we are in the position to offer a scheme of COVID-19 hardship bursaries.

We understand that many of the members of the TRAC community have been hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic. The financial impact due to jobs being lost and temporary contracts not extended has been severe, in particular, for PhD students and ECRs as well as independent scholars. Therefore, we are very grateful to the Roman Society to provide us with the opportunity to help towards your conference costs.

If you feel that COVID-19 has affected your ability to attend RAC/TRAC 2022 and you would benefit from our COVID-19 hardship bursaries, please check out our application page.

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