Send your Call or Congress to

26th Annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference - 16-17-18-19/03/2016, Roma (Italy)

FECHA/DATE/DATA: 16-17-18-19/03/2016

LUGAR/LOCATION/LUOGO: Sapienza, Universitá di Roma (Roma, Italy)

ORGANIZADOR/ORGANIZER/ORGANIZZATORE: Roberta Cascino (British School at Rome/University of Southampton) ; Francesco De Stefano (Sapienza, Università di Roma) ; Antonella Lepone (Sapienza, Università di Roma) ; Chiara Maria Marchetti (Università degli Studi di Verona) ; Jeremia Pelgrom (Koninklijk Nederlands Instituut Rome) INFO: web - INSCRIPCIÓN/REGISTRATION/REGISTRAZIONE:


Animals and Landscape in the Roman World Organised by: Clare Rainsford and David Roberts (University of Bradford, Historic England)

Appropriating Traditions, Negotiating Forms: Material Culture and Roman Religion between Categories and Variables Organised by: Anna-Katharina Rieger (University of Erfurt)

Beyond Hybridity and Code-switching: New Approaches to the Archaeology of Late Hellenistic Rome, Italy, and the Wider Mediterranean Organised by: Francesca Diosono and Dominik Maschek (LMU München, University of Birmingham)

Beyond Public and Private in the Roman House Organised by: Kaius Tuori (University of Helskinki)

Beyond the Romans: What can Posthumanism do for Classical Studies? Organised by: Linnea Åshede and Irene Selsvold (University of Gothenburg)

Filling the Gap: Investigating Abandonment in the Roman Empire Organised by: Rocco Palermo, Raffaella Pappalardo, Paolo Cimadomo, Raffaella Pierobon, and Maria Amodio (Università di Napoli Federico II, Università di Catania)

Marxist Traditions in Roman Archaeology Organised by: Andrew Gardner and Mauro Puddu (University College London, University of Cambridge)

Media, Memory, and the Archaeologist Organised by: Clare Rowan (University of Warwick)

Method Matters: Archaeological Method and the Construction of Historical Narrative in Roman Colonization Studies Organised by: Jesús García-Sánchez and Anita Casarotto (Leiden University) This session is full — no additional papers will be accepted

Sustaining the Empire: Balancing between Population Growth and Food Resources Organised by: Wim De Clercq, Dimitri Van Limbergen, Frank Vermeulen, Rinse Willet (Ghent University, Leiden University)

Theatricalising Memory: An Archaeological Approach to Religious Performance in the Roman World Organised by: Valentino Gasparini (University of Erfurt)

Theorising “Place” in (Roman) Archaeology Organised by: Darrell J. Rohl and Nicky Garland (Canterbury Christ Church University, University College London)

TRAC General Session(s) Additional papers will be offered in one or more open session(s). To make a paper proposal, please see the details of the Call for Papers.

categorías / tags / categorie

Fasti Congressuum is licensed under a Creative Commons Reconocimiento-NoComercial-CompartirIgual 4.0 Internacional License
© 2014 by Fasti Congressuum. Proudly created by M. Cristina de la Escosura