1. TRAC 2017 and new TRAC committee

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    RAC/TRAC 2016 in Rome has now come to an end. Many thanks to the organisers at the Sapienza, BSR, Roman Society and especially the TRAC local organising committee of Roberta Cascino, Francesco De Stefano, Antonella Lepone, Chiara Maria Marchetti and Jeremia Pelgrom for organising a brilliant conference. Check out the storify of...
  2. RAC/TRAC 2016

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    The largest RAC/TRAC conference ever is starting this wednesday at the Sapienza Università di Roma, with 14 TRAC and 32 RAC sessions. If you can’t make it to the conference this year, you can follow proceedings through the TRAC twitter account – @TRACconference . The conference hashtag is #RACTRAC16, and individual sessions...
  3. Travel Tips for TRAC 2016 in Rome

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    TRAC 2016 is just two months away. To help you plan your trip, Matthew Mandich has put together a list of useful links for travel and sightseeing in Rome. Getting around: The closest metro stop for the RAC/TRAC conference held at the University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ is Policlincio on...
  4. TRAC Workshop on Practice Theory

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    Beginning in 2016, TRAC is expanding our range of events beyond the annual conference. Our inaugural TRAC Workshop will take place on Saturday, 30 January 2016 at the UCL Institute of Archaeology, London (UK). This workshop is entitled “Making practice perfect: approaches to everyday life in Roman archaeology,” and focuses...
  5. TRAC 2016

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    The 26th Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference will take place alongside the Roman Archaeology Conference at Sapienza University of Rome, 16th-19th March 2016. More information will be coming soon… UPDATE: Please see the TRAC 2016 Conference Page for more details.
  6. 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...
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