Durham Theoretical roman Archaeology Conference 2017
Durham University is hosting the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC) 2017, one of the biggest gathering of Roman archaeologists and classical scholars in the world.
Interdisciplinary and international, Durham TRAC will be bringing together around 200 international academics to discuss all aspects of the Roman Empire (and beyond).
Durham TRAC, organized and hosted by the Department of Archaeology and the Department of Classics and Ancient History, will be a multidisciplinary symposium of theoretical innovation in Roman scholarship. Located to the south of Hadrian’s Wall in Durham City, conference goers will be surrounded by a nuanced and lively Roman landscape, which this conference aims to engage with and celebrate—2017 marks the 30-year anniversary of Hadrian’s Wall as a listed UNESCO World Heritage Site.
To register, visit https://www.dur.ac.uk/conference.booking/details/?id=626
Durham students can sign up for a special rate of £20 for the two days of Durham-based sessions.
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