1. 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...
  2. 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,...
  3. Registration for TRAC 2019 Now Open

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    The organisers of TRAC 2019 are excited to announce that registration is now open for our conference at the University of Kent, Canterbury, from the 11th – 14th of April 2019. A full list of sessions, along with the call for papers and posters, is available to view on the website now....
  4. TRAC 2019 Call for Papers and Posters

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    The Call for Papers and Posters for TRAC 2019 is now open and will close on December 2nd. TRAC 2019 will be held at the University of Kent in Canterbury on 11th – 14th of April. There will be a wide variety of sessions on offer (see below) as well...
  5. TRACamp Success

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    TRACamp was held at the Roman fort of Vindolanda on Roman Britain’s northern frontier on September 22nd and 23rd, 2018. This two-day TRAC Workshop aimed to promote the use of experimental archaeology for the development of theoretical approaches within the field of Roman archaeology. In total, 38 delegates attended the workshop including established academics,...
  6. 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....
  7. 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...
  8. 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 ‘De-colonising Roman Archaeology’ will be given by Zena Kamash (Royal Holloway) on the evening of the 11th,...
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