The 27th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC) Call for Papers is now open and will close on 18 November, 2016. TRAC 2017 will be held in Durham, England from 28-31 of March. We invite all submissions that critically engage with aspects of current theory and practice in Roman archaeology and scholarship, especially those that consider the impact of heritage and the public.
Paper submissions for TRAC sessions should include the speaker’s name, title, institution, and an abstract of no more than 300 words. Please indicate which session you wish to contribute to, or if you are submitting for the general session. If the session is oversubscribed, submitted papers will also be considered for the general session. Below is the list of accepted sessions and organisers.
Organisers: Francesca Mazzilli (University of Cambridge), Dies van der Linde (Koç University)
Organisers: Fabio Guidetti (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin, Exzellenzcluster Topoi), Katharina Meinecke (Universität Wien, Institut für Klassische Archäologie)
Organisers: Owen Humphreys (University of Reading), Adam Sutton (University of Reading)
Organiser: Andrew Gardner (University College London)
Organiser: James Gerrard (Newcastle University)
Organiser: Birgitta Hoffmann (Roman Gask Project)
Organisers: José Remesal Rodríguez (CEIPAC-UB), Víctor Revilla Calvo (CEIPAC-UB), Antoni Martín i Oliveras (CEIPAC-UB), and Daniel J. Martín-Arroyo Sánchez (CEIPAC-UB)
Organisers: Nathaniel Durant (SUNY: University at Buffalo) and Jonathan Quiery (Durham University)
Organisers: Elisa Cella (Museo Civico Etrusco Romano di Trevignano Romano), Alessandro Pintucci (Sapienza Università di Roma), and Martina Revello Lami (University of Amsterdam
Organisers: Adam Parker (Open University) and Thomas J. Derrick (University of Leicester)
Organisers: Karim Mata (University of Chicago) and Sergio González Sanchez (University of Leicester)
Organisers: Tatiana Ivleva (Newcastle University) and Elizabeth Foulds (Northern Archaeological Associates)
S13. General Session: Open to any papers with topics outside the remit of the named sessions
Organisers: TRAC 2017 Committee
Those wishing to present a poster should submit a title and an abstract of no more than 250 words on their proposed topic, content, and aims.
Workshops accepting contributions–
We are also pleased to feature several TRAC workshops, each with a different call for contributions. Please see the individual proposals for more details.
Organisers: Amy Russell and Clare Rowan
Organisers: Richard Hingley, Chiara Bonacchi, and Emily Hanscam
All submissions should be sent by email to the Durham 2017 Organizing Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for submission of papers, posters, and workshop contributions is 18 November 2016.
Please direct all queries regarding individual sessions to the session organizers, and all general queries to email@example.com