1. TRAC 2019 Call for Sessions

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     We are pleased to announce that the TRAC 2019 Call for Sessions is now open! Proposals are now invited for TRAC conference sessions: Each session is 3 hours and split into two 1 hour 30 minute slots. There should be a maximum of 6 papers, but a minimum of 4....
  2. TRACamp CFP Deadline Extended

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    The deadline for abstracts and demonstration proposals has been extended until July 23rd, 2018. Please submit abstracts to admin@trac.org.uk using the template provided. For more information on the event and the session topics click here: http://trac.org.uk/tracamp-2018/ Multiple bursaries are available to cover travel and accommodation costs courtesy of the Council...
  3. TRAC 2019 at the University of Kent, Canterbury

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    The Department of Classical and Archaeological Studies at the University of Kent, Canterbury, is pleased to announce TRAC 2019 will take place from Thursday 11th April until Sunday 14th April. The plenary lecture will be on the evening of the 11th, followed by two days of three conference sessions running...
  4. TRACamp: An Experimental Archaeology Workshop – CFP Now Open

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    It is our pleasure to announce the Call for Papers for TRACamp. This experimental archaeology workshop will be held at the Roman fort of Vindolanda (Northumberland) September 22-23, 2018. The workshop aims to support ongoing studies in Roman experimental archaeology and to promote the inclusion of experimental projects into the...
  5. TRAJ Volume 2 (for 2019) Call for Papers

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    The Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal is a new open access journal published by the Open Library of Humanities. 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 datasets, rather than solely the...
  6. TRAJ Volume 1 – First papers now published

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    We are delighted to announce the publication of the first two articles in volume 1 of the Theoretical Roman Archaeology, published by the Open Library of Humanities. ‘The Value of Studying Roman frontiers’ by David Breeze, and ‘The Construction, Use, and Discard of Female Identities: Interpreting Spindle Whorls at Vindolanda and...
  7. New TRAC Publications for RAC/TRAC 2018

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    The TRAC Standing committee is very pleased to announce the launch of our fully open-access online journal, the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal (TRAJ) published and supported by the Open Library of Humanities (OLH). The first articles of the inaugural volume will be available to download freely from http://traj.openlibhums.org/ following the conference, as will...
  8. Notice on RAC/TRAC 2018 registration

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    A note for anyone who has registered for RAC/TRAC 2018 today. The University of Edinburgh payment system has had a minor fault and removed early bird fees too early. Any person who registers today will be refunded the difference of their fee price. We are working to fix the issue...
  9. Material Approaches to Roman Magic – Pre-order now!

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    The TRAC Standing Committee is very pleased to announce the release of the second volume in the thematic series TRAC Themes in Roman Archaeology (published by Oxbow Books), titled Material Approaches to Roman Magic: Occult Objects and Supernatural Substances (edited by Adam Parker and Stuart Mckie). The volume is available to pre-order...
  10. TRAC Wikipedia Workshop 2018

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    Want to help promote Theoretical Roman Archaeology and contribute to the growing Wikipedia resource? Come join us at the University of Cambridge on Saturday, February 24th 2018 for a full day of Wikipedia editing and tutorials. This is a great opportunity to improve the online presence of the subjects advocated by the Theoretical Roman...
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