1. TRAC Conference Review 2: TRAC vs CA

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    Stuart McKie – PhD Student, Open University   TRAC sessions attended: Charmed, I’m sure: Roman magic – old theory, new approaches Theorizing space and material culture in Late Antiquity (first half) Interdisciplinary approaches to Roman artefacts (second half) Contextualising coins, assembling contexts and interrogating agency Integrating Environmental and Theoretical Roman...
  2. GUEST BLOG (Conference Review) – European Social Science History Conference, Vienna 2014

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    The tenth biennial European Social Science History Conference (ESSHC) was held in the opulent halls of the Universität Wien from 23 to the 26 April. This anniversary year witnessed the largest gathering in the conference’s history with over 2,000 delegates speaking in a staggering 475 sessions spread over the four...
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