TRAJ Volume 2 for 2019 – Call for Papers
The Call for Papers for TRAJ Vol 2 is now open. Manuscripts are welcomed which emanate from recent TRAC events as well as open submissions. Throughout the review process priority will be given to papers presenting original Roman archaeological research incorporating a significant theoretical element. Articles must follow the TRAJ Research Data Policy, with a word count of 5000-10,000 words.
The volume will be guest-edited by Lucia Michielin, Kathleen O’Donnell, and Martina Astolfi of the University of Edinburgh. Please submit a title and abstract of no more than 500 words by Friday 15 th June. The abstract should be submitted as a word document without name, institution or email address. Shortlisted papers will be requested for full submission by Monday 19 th October 2018, and accepted articles published during spring 2019.
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Posted on 04 Jun 2018
TRAJ Volume 1 Publication
We are delighted to announce the publication of the first two articles in volume 1 of the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal, published by the Open Library of Humanities. ‘The Value of Studying Roman frontiers’ by David Breeze, and ‘The Construction, Use, and Discard of Female Identities: Interpreting Spindle Whorls at Vindolanda and Corbidge’ by Marta Alberti. The volume is guest-edited by Emily Hanscam and Jonathan Quiery of Durham University. These articles are all available open access on the TRAJ website. More articles will be published soon.
Posted on 15 May 2018
The Theoretical Roman Archaeology is now launched
Volume 1 of the Theoretical Roman Archaeology Journal is being guest-edited by Emily Hanscam and Jonathan Quiery of Durham University, and will be published in 2018. The next Call for Papers will be announced in spring 2018.
Posted on 15 Jun 2017