28th - 31st March
Calman Learning Centre, University Science Site, Durham University, Durham
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
academics to discuss all aspects of the Roman Empire (and beyond).
Supported by the Departments of Archaeology and Classics at Durham and UNESCO, TRAC will be opened by the Vice Chancellor of The University, Professor Stuart Corbridge with the opening keynote lecture being delivered by Dr Hella Eckardt of Reading
Further information regarding TRAC can be found on the website, along with the published list of sessions, and papers (as and when they are confirmed) at http://trac.org.uk/. For any enquiries with regards to online bookings please contact Event Durham on 0191 334 3904 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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