Making Roman Places, Past and Present: Papers Presented at the First Critical Roman Archaeology Conference Held at Stanford University in March, 2008
Darian Marie Totten, Kathryn Lafrenz Samuels
Journal Of Roman Archaeology, 2012 - History - 176 pages
This volume collects the papers given at the first CRAC conference (Critical Roman archaeology), a US based attempt to promote the sorts of theoretical debates associated with the TRAC conference in the UK. They take two broad approaches, the first section examining sense of place and its construction by the Romans themselves, the second analysing the ways in which the Roman past and its tangible heritage impacts upon modern place-making.
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