ROMAN ARCHAEOLOGY CONFERENCE
RAC is the premier international conference devoted to Roman archaeology. It is organised by the Roman Society every two years, in collaboration with a host venue, and attracts a broad international audience. The first conference was held in Reading in 1995.
The Society aims to expand the reach of the conference by holding it alternately in Britain and on the continent. In 2012 it went to Frankfurt, and in 2016 we were in Rome, as guests of Sapienza University of Rome and the British School at Rome.
In 2020 we will be in Split as guests of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts. The Call for Sessions has now closed and the Call for Papers is open! The deadline is 15 November. A full programme will be available in December when registration will open.
The RAC 2020 Executive Committee is pleased to announce the Call for Individual Papers for the Fourteenth Roman Archaeology Conference in Split, which will run from Thursday 16th to Saturday 18th April 2020, with excursions on Wednesday 15th and Sunday 19th April.
The Conference will address a range of important topics and themes relating to the archaeology of the Roman world. We are inviting proposals for Papers that will present new discoveries or ideas in the field of Roman archaeology through 40 themed conference sessions.
Paper proposals that extend beyond these thematic areas will also be considered. For more information about the RAC 2020 themed sessions, the organisers, their contacts details, and the abstracts, download the list: RAC 2020 Call for Papers and Session summaries.
Paper proposers should note the following: