1. 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...
  2. RAC/TRAC 2020 Code of Conduct

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    By registering for a place at the Conference, you are automatically agreeing to the following Code of Conduct: This Code of Conduct applies to all participants in the joint RAC/TRAC conference to be held in Split 2020. Its aim is to ensure a positive and enjoyable intellectual, cultural and social...
  3. TRAC 2020 Call for Posters

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    Poster Submissions (due 5th January 2020): We will be accepting both hardcopies and digital posters. Poster submissions for TRAC sessions should include: Title of the poster Name(s) of the author(s) Affiliation(s) Contact email(s) An abstract of 200 – 250 words Preferred format of the poster: 5 minute video presentation / PowerPoint automatized...
  4. TRAC 2020 Call for Workshops

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    We are pleased to announce the call for workshops in now open and will close on 15th November. The 30th annual TRAC will be held in the ancient City of Split, Croatia, on 16 – 18 April 2020. The conference will run theme sessions alongside workshops based on informal discussion groups....
  5. TRAC 2020 Call for Papers/Posters

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    We are pleased to announce that the Call for Papers/Posters for TRAC 2020 is now open. The Call for Papers will close 15th November and the Call for Posters will close 5th January 2020. The 30th annual TRAC will be held in the ancient City of Split, Croatia, on 16th – 18th April...
  6. TRAC 2020 Call for Sessions

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    We are pleased to announce the call for sessions in now open! The TRAC 2020 Local Organising Committee is pleased to invite proposals for themed conference sessions. A TRAC session should consist of 4 to 6 presentations (double-sessions and half-sessions will be considered) Presentations should last no longer than 30...
  7. TRAJ Call for Papers

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    Submissions are now open for Volume 3 of the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal (TRAJ). TRAJ is a new open access journal hosted by the Open Library of Humanities (https://www.openlibhums.org/site/about/). Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal provides a venue for innovative and interdisciplinary research in the field of Roman Archaeology. The journal promotes the use of...
  8. TRAC 2019 Plenary Lecture

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    As many will have seen in the programme, the TRAC 2019 Plenary Lecture ‘De-colonising Roman Archaeology’ will be given by Dr Zena Kamash (Royal Holloway). Zena has worked on a wide range of themes in Roman archaeology, including memory, water technologies, and religion (including as assistant director of the The Vale...
  9. TRAC 2019 Programme with Abstracts

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    The preliminary programme for TRAC 2019, including abstracts for sessions, papers, and workshops, is now available here. We will be continuing to update the programme in the coming weeks with additional information. It is an exciting and diverse programme of speakers and we look forward to welcoming you to Canterbury in April! Additionally,...
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