1. TRAC Webinar Keynote Lecture 2022

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    We would like to invite you to the TRAC 2021-22 Webinar Keynote Lecture on Tuesday, 24th May at 5 pm BST. Marko A. Janković (University of Belgrade) will speak about Pagans, Christians or just plain old Romans? Religious identities in the Late Roman Period – The Case Study of Remesiana (Dacia Mediterranea)....
  2. TRAC Workshops are back!

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    After a successful TRAC in Split, which reminded us all why it is so important for our community to come together and engage in vibrant discussions, we are delighted to announce that we will continue with our series of TRAC Workshops. On Wednesday, 29th June 2022, 9:30 am – 4:30...
  3. The RAC-TRAC 2022 Programme is online

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    Can’t wait to get into conference planning? Looking forward to exploring Split during a busy conference schedule? Wait no longer! The RAC-TRAC 2022 Conference programme is online, and you can find it here! N.B. this programme shows the date, time and location of sessions. Times and locations will not change....
  4. New COVID-19 Hardship Bursaries

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    +++ Extension to the COVID-19 Hardship Bursary Scheme until 18th March 2022 +++ Following the TRAC 2020 Bursary Scheme and both The Roman Society and the Barbican Research Associates agreeing to retain bursaries awarded in 2020, The Roman Society has kindly offered to provide the same amount of funds for...
  5. TRAC Webinar Series 2021-22 starting on 9th November 2021

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    TRAC is pleased to announce our new 2021–2022 webinar series. All webinars will take place Tuesdays at 17:00 (UK Time) over Zoom. To register for a lecture, you can view or download the webinar schedule 2021-2022. Many of the webinars will also be recorded and uploaded to our TRAC YouTube channel. Please note that the Keynote...
  6. Call for Papers – TRAJ Volume 5

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    Submissions are now open for Volume 5 of the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal (TRAJ), to be published in 2022. 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 all forms of archaeological material. TRAJ invites papers...
  7. TRAC Webinar Schedule

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    TRAC is pleased to announce the start of a new webinar series running 2020–2021. All webinars will take place Tuesdays at 17:00 (UK Time) over zoom. To register for a lecture, you can view or download the schedule. Many of the webinars will also be recorded and uploaded to our TRAC YouTube channel.
  8. TRAC Keynote Webinar

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    The inaugural TRAC keynote webinar will be given by Dr. Chiara Bonacchi Tuesday 3 November, 5pm (GMT). Contemporary populist nationalism and Roman Myths “This seminar will examine the roles of Roman myths of origin, resistance and collapse in the making (and, potentially, dismantling) of contemporary populist nationalism in Europe and the US,...
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