TRAC Advisory Panel

Formally instituted to coincide with the 25th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (2015), the TRAC Advisory Panel works in liaison with the TRAC Standing Committee to play a vital role in the achievement of TRAC’s aims and objectives. The Advisory Panel has no formal role in the management of TRAC (which remains the responsibility of TRAC’s elected Standing Committee), but advises the TRAC Standing Committee on a range of issues including TRAC’s management, events and publication initiatives, editorial support and refereeing, and the continued furtherance of TRAC’s aims and objectives. The Advisory Panel also serves as a first-line publication referee pool, lending their expertise to the increasing quality of TRAC publication outputs.

The current members of the TRAC Advisory Panel are:

Prof. Susan Alcock (Brown University)
Dr John Creighton (University of Reading)
Dr Ben Croxford (Merseyside HER)
Dr Hella Eckardt (University of Reading)
Dr Andrew Gardner (University College London)
Prof. Richard Hingley (Durham University)
Prof. David Mattingly (University of Leicester)
Prof. Martin Millett (University of Cambridge)
Dr Louise Revell (University of Southampton)
Dr Darrell J. Rohl (Canterbury Christ Church University)
Dr Eleanor Scott (TRAC founder)
Dr Naomi Sykes (University of Nottingham)
Prof. Nicola Terrenato (University of Michigan)
Dr Astrid Van Oyen (Cornell University)
Dr Miguel J. Versluys (Universiteit Leiden)
Dr Jane Webster (University of Newcastle)
Dr Robert Witcher (Durham University)

For more information about the TRAC Advisory Panel, the TRAC Standing Committee, or how TRAC is organised and managed, please contact the TRAC Standing Committee.

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