Bursaries

The Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference (TRAC) Standing Committee is
pleased to announce a number of bursaries for attendance at the upcoming twenty-third annual Theoretical Roman Archaeology Conference to be hosted at Kings
College London, 4–6 April 2013. These bursaries are offered in addition to those made possible by the kind support of the Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies and Barbican Research Associates.

 

The ‘TRAC Widening Participation Bursaries’ will cover full cost of conference
attendance (early bird registration fee, plus boxed lunches on 5–6 April), not
including travel and accommodation. A total of twenty bursaries will be provided,
and selection will be made on the basis of a short application. Bursaries are open to
all conference attendees who are based outside of London, and you do not have to
be reading a paper or presenting a poster in order to qualify. Applications from first-time attendees, students of all levels, and those working in heritage management,
museums or commercial archaeology units are particularly welcome.
To apply, please send an application via email to Darrell Rohl including the following information:

 

  • Full name
  • Postal address
  • Email address
  • Education or employment affiliation (including titles or level)
  • Title of papers/posters to be presented at TRAC 2013 (if applicable)
  • A short (max. 500-word) statement on why attendance at TRAC 2013 will benefit you, and how the bursary can make a difference
The closing date for applications is Friday, 22 February 2013. Decisions will be made,
and bursary winners will be announced on Wednesday, 27 February, after which the
TRAC Standing Committee will register and pay for the conference on behalf of all
bursary winners. Bursary winners who have already registered and paid for the
conference will be reimbursed by cheque on production of proof of registration.
To apply, or for further inquiries, please contact Darrell Rohl.

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