1. TRAC 2017 AGM Announcements

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    The Annual General Meeting of TRAC was held on Friday 31st March at Durham University. The minutes of the 2016 AGM in Rome were presented, and updates were provided by Matthew Mandich on the TRAC Themes in Roman Archaeology series and the 2016 TRAC proceedings. Lisa Lodwick outlined the plan...
  2. TRAC 2016: Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference

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    We are pleased to announce the publication of TRAC 2016: Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, Sapienza University of Rome, 16th-19th March 2016, edited by Roberta Cascino, Francesco De Stefano, Antonella Lepone and Chiara Maria Marchetti. The volume contains 11 papers resulting from TRAC Rome, with subjects including funerary...
  3. Standing Committee Elections at the TRAC 2017 AGM

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    In accordance with the TRAC Constitution the TRAC Standing Committee is advertising two positions on the Standing Committee open for election at the TRAC AGM, which will take place at the annual conference in Durham on March 31st, 2017 in the Arnold Wolfendale Lecture Theatre at 12:20 pm. One of...
  4. ‘Romans’ and ‘Barbarians’ Beyond the Frontiers

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    The TRAC Standing Committee is very pleased to announce the release of the first volume in the new thematic series TRAC Themes in Roman Archaeology (published by Oxbow Books), titled ‘Romans’ and ‘Barbarians’ Beyond the Frontiers: Archaeology, Ideology & Identities in the North (edited by Sergio Gonzalez Sanchez and Alexandra...
  5. TRAC 2017 Call for Papers

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    We are excited to announce that the Call for Papers for the 27th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference is now open and will close on the 18th of November. For additional information on submitting a paper or poster abstract or becoming a workshop contributor, please see the TRAC 2017 Call...
  6. TRAC 2017 and new TRAC committee

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    RAC/TRAC 2016 in Rome has now come to an end. Many thanks to the organisers at the Sapienza, BSR, Roman Society and especially the TRAC local organising committee of Roberta Cascino, Francesco De Stefano, Antonella Lepone, Chiara Maria Marchetti and Jeremia Pelgrom for organising a brilliant conference. Check out the storify of...
  7. RAC/TRAC 2016

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    The largest RAC/TRAC conference ever is starting this wednesday at the Sapienza Università di Roma, with 14 TRAC and 32 RAC sessions. If you can’t make it to the conference this year, you can follow proceedings through the TRAC twitter account – @TRACconference . The conference hashtag is #RACTRAC16, and individual sessions...
  8. Travel Tips for TRAC 2016 in Rome

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    TRAC 2016 is just two months away. To help you plan your trip, Matthew Mandich has put together a list of useful links for travel and sightseeing in Rome. Getting around: The closest metro stop for the RAC/TRAC conference held at the University of Rome ‘La Sapienza’ is Policlincio on...
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