1. TRAC Webinar Schedule

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    TRAC is pleased to announce the start of a new webinar series running 2020–2021. All webinars will take place Tuesdays at 17:00 (UK Time) over zoom. To register for a lecture, you can view or download the schedule. Many of the webinars will also be recorded and uploaded to our TRAC YouTube channel.
  2. TRAC Keynote Webinar

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    The inaugural TRAC keynote webinar will be given by Dr. Chiara Bonacchi Tuesday 3 November, 5pm (GMT). Contemporary populist nationalism and Roman Myths “This seminar will examine the roles of Roman myths of origin, resistance and collapse in the making (and, potentially, dismantling) of contemporary populist nationalism in Europe and the US,...
  3. TRAJ vol. 4 Call for Papers (deadline extended)

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    TRAJ provides a venue for innovative and interdisciplinary research in the field of Roman archaeology. The journal promotes the use of theoretical approaches to the Roman past and facilitates fresh interpretations of all forms of archaeological material. While TRAJ invites papers on any aspect of theoretical and critical approaches to Roman archaeology, for our current...
  4. Call for Papers: New TRAC Webinar Series

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    TRAC (Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference) is excited to announce that we will be running a webinar series on Tuesday evenings (time TBA) beginning in November. To submit a paper, please email a 300 word abstract as an attachment to admin@trac.org.uk by October 2nd 2020. Proposals that engage with theoretical topics within Roman...
  5. TRAJ vol. 4 – Call for Papers

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    Submissions are now open for Volume 4 of the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal (TRAJ), to be published in 2021. TRAJ provides a venue for innovative and interdisciplinary research in the field of Roman archaeology. The journal promotes the use of theoretical approaches to the Roman past and facilitates fresh interpretations...
  6. RAC/TRAC Organising Committee Statement 13.3.2020

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    Following the decision of the Croatian government to postpone all public events with more than 100 participants until further notice we are mindful of the impact this could have on RAC / TRAC in April 2020. With colleagues from numerous countries now unable to attend due to travel restrictions, and...
  7. RAC/TRAC 2020 Update

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    At present time we intend to go ahead with RAC/TRAC 2020 in Split. The Croatian Academy assures us that the number of confirmed cases of coronavirus in Croatia is very low, and there are currently none in Split itself, or the wider region of Dalmatia. As the outbreak is an evolving...
  8. Call for Expressions of Interest: Hosting RAC/TRAC 2022

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    Call for Expressions of Interest: Hosting RAC/TRAC 2022 The Archaeology Committee of the Roman Society would like to invite expressions of interest from UK institutions in hosting the 2022 joint Roman Archaeology Conference and Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference. The event takes place biannually in April and in keeping with the...
  9. Bids for TRAC 2021

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    TRAC is now accepting expressions of interest for hosting TRAC 2021! All official bids are to be made with a short presentation at the TRAC AGM, which will be held during RAC/TRAC 2020 in Split. If you are interested in becoming involved with TRAC and hosting the 31st annual conference, email admin@trac.org.uk for...
  10. RAC/TRAC 2020 Registration is Now Open

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    The organisers of RAC/TRAC 2020 are excited to announce that registration is now open for our conference in Split, Croatia from the 15th – 19th of April 2019. Early-bird conference fees will be £70 student/unwaged and £110 waged. There are also day tickets available for non-presenters priced at £50. Click...
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