The 15th Roman Archaeology Conference / 32nd Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference will take place at University College London, 11-14 April 2024.
Organised by a committee representing the breadth of Roman archaeology across London institutions, the joint conference features nearly 40 sessions encompassing the major themes of Roman studies today, including new scientific applications, decentering and decolonizing Roman archaeology, globalization and materiality, and archaeological ethics. The conference is in-person only, but is designed to be inclusive and accessible.
Conference registration will begin on the morning of Thursday 11 April, with sessions beginning on Thursday afternoon and continuing over the full days of Friday 12 and Saturday 13. The plenary session, with a reception, will be on Thursday evening, and the TRAC party will be on the evening of Saturday 13. All of the academic programme takes place in the UCL Institute of Education building. A trip to St Albans and Welwyn will be available on Sunday 14.
Fees: Conference Registration (Waged): £90.00 / Conference Registration (Student/unwaged): £45.00. All delegates, including speakers and session organisers, must register in advance, by the registration deadline of Friday 29 March 2024.
Optional extras: Packed Lunch: available Friday / Saturday: £10.50; Trip to Verulamium & Welwyn Roman Baths: £32.00
Travel: The venue – the UCL Institute of Education – is near to Euston and King’s Cross mainline stations, and Russell Square underground station.
Accommodation: There is no central conference accommodation due to the lack of availability of student residences during Easter break. There are very many hotels and B&Bs in the area; delegates are advised to use booking.com or similar commercial websites.
Booking is now open! Please follow this link: F31 Roman Archaeology Conference / Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference 2024 | UCL Online Store
The Call for Sessions and the Call for Papers are now closed.
Download the list of Sessions: RAC TRAC 24 Sessions.
Download the Session Schedule: RACTRAC24 Timetable Outline.
A full timetable and details of the papers will be available soon.