Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC) 2023
The organising committee for TRAC 2023 is delighted to invite you to the annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference to be held at Exeter between 27-29th April 2023. Sessions will be online, with a small number of hybrid events.
The Call for Sessions is now closed.
The Call for Papers is now closed.
The Call for Posters is now closed.
Location : Laver Lecture Theatre 3 (Virtual tour - Slide 2 & 7)
Attendee categories descriptors
Early-Bird General Entry (until 11th April) - £20.00
The annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference will be held at Exeter between 27-29th April 2023. Sessions will be online, with a small number of hybrid events. This gives you discounted price access to all paper and poster sessions, keynote talks and workshops.
General Entry (12-26 April) - £25.00
The annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference will be held at Exeter between 27-29th April 2023. Sessions will be online, with a small number of hybrid events. This gives you full access to all paper and poster sessions, keynote talks and workshops.
Please indicate your interest in attending the workshop IMPERFECT goes TRAC: A peer-feedback-based research development workshop for Roman studies. Participation is restricted to 20 persons.
Keynote talks (in person attendance) - £5.00
This secures your access in person to both our keynote talks:
Going down the rabbit hole: Material approaches to social behaviour in the Roman world
By Prof. Penelope Allison, School of Archaeology and Ancient History, University of Leicester
‘Are you not entertained?‘ A Tale of Two Amphitheatres
By Tony Wilmott, Senior Archaeologist, Historic England
Location: University of Exeter, Streatham Campus, Laver Building, Lecture Theatre 3
Keynotes – TRAC2023 (wordpress.com)
RAMM Workshop (in person attendance)
This secures your access in person to our Workshop 3. Collections and Communities: the role of museum archaeology collections in place-making, organised by Thomas Cadbury (Assistant Curator) and Julien Parsons (Senior Collections Officer), Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery
Donation box - £5.00
We are a group of PhD students at Exeter University in Archaeology and in Ancient History. Together we will try to provide you with a smooth, enjoyable, and informative experience. Thank you for your contribution!