1. RAC/TRAC 2014 call for posters now open

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    Posters are invited on any aspect of Roman Archaeology. We will have display boards in the Palmer Building atrium on the Friday and Saturday with space for 20 posters. The poster session will be on Friday lunchtime when authors will be encouraged to stand by their poster. Poster sessions are...
  2. Further information about TRAC bursaries for speakers

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    Generous contributions from the Roman Society and Barbican Research Associates allow us to offer a limited number of bursaries for TRAC 2014. Bursaries are open to speakers in TRAC sessions (not RAC sessions) who are currently post-graduate students, studying at institutions in the UK and abroad. The maximum amount awarded...
  3. Booking for RAC/TRAC 2014 now open – ‘early bird’ reduced rate available until 31st Dec. Limited bursaries available for TRAC speakers.

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    The booking page for RAC/TRAC 2014 is now live. Click here for the booking page and for further information about the conference. ‘Early bird’ reduced rates are available for bookings made before 1st January 2014. Limited bursaries are available for speakers in TRAC sessions, kindly sponsored by the Roman Society...
  4. TRAC 2013 Photo Gallery

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    Please enjoy the following photos from the TRAC 2013 conference at King’s College London. If you have photos that you would like to share, please contact us, and we’ll be in touch. We’d love to add any relevant photos.
  5. Highlights from the TRAC 2013 AGM

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    The 2013 TRAC Annual General Meeting was held on Friday, 5 April, during the TRAC 2013 conference at King’s College London. Full minutes will be posted soon. In the meantime, here are some particular highlights for those who were unable to attend: Activities of the past year Since the last...
  6. TRAC Proceedings 1991-2008 now Open Access

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    With the TRAC 2013 conference beginning later today at King’s College London, TRAC is pleased to announce the Open Access availability of all papers from our past Proceedings volumes (1991–2008). These are now available as PDF downloads (by individual paper) through our Publications page. Please see earlier updates for more...
  7. TRAC Proceedings Digitisation Underway

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    The digitisation of the first twelve volumes of TRAC Proceedings began today. The books are being professionaly scanned by an archival company in Kettering, Northamptonshire, UK, and the process is expected to be completed within a few days. We’ll keep you posted on the progress but we hope to have some of...
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