We are excited to participate in the annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference, to be held at Durham University, March 28-31, 2017. Natty Durant and Jonathan Quiery will be chairing a session titled ‘Space, Identity, and Heritage on the Lower Danube Frontier,’ with Emily Hanscam, John Karavas, Ioana Oltean, and other participants.
The Call for Papers is open until November 18th, 2016 and a final session line up will be published online in mid December. We are happy to accept contributions prior to the deadline, and urge anyone interested to attend TRAC 2017 as it will be a highlight for collaborate and theoretical innovation in Roman archaeology.
The session abstract can be found here.
More information, including conference registration when available will posted on the main TRAC website.