Photo of Dr Laura Evis

Dr Laura Evis

Contribution to discipline

Conferences

Papers presented

Evis, L.H., Darvill, T., Cheetham, P. and Hanson, I., 2015. Searching for a Standard: The impact that method selection has on evidence recovery in forensic archaeological investigations. Washington DC: International Forensics Symposium.

Evis, L.H., Darvill, T., Cheetham, P. and Hanson, I., 2014.  Digging the Dirt: An evaluation of archaeological excavation and recording techniques and their applicability in forensic casework. Austin: Society for American Archaeology.

Hanson, I., Pelling, S. and Evis, L., 2008. Towards Standards in Forensic Archaeology: Examining the impact of method on interpretation. Washington DC: American Academy of Forensic Sciences.

Organised and chaired

Title: Dig it! Intersections Between Excavation Methods and Recording Systems. Conference: Society for American Archaeology (SAA). Date: April 2012. Location: Memphis, United States of America.

Title: Madness in our Methods? The state of the art and intersections between excavation methods and recording systems. Conference: Chartered Institute for Archaeologists (CIfA). Date: April 2012. Location: Oxford, United Kingdom.

Title: Dig it! Intersections Between Excavation Methods and Recording Systems. Conference: Theoretical Archaeology Group (TAG). Date: December 2011. Location: Birmingham, United Kingdom.

 

Guest lectures

Dr Evis has given guest lectures to societies and students at the following institutions:

Bournemouth University.

Cranfield University.

 

External reviewer

Dr Evis has worked as an external reviewer for the following organisations:

The Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA).

Swiss National Science Foundation (SNSF).

Egyptian Journal of Forensic Sciences (EJFS).

 

Outreach

Dr Evis is on the committee of the Forensic Archaeology Special Interest Group (CIfA) (Treasurer 2017-)

Dr Evis is a fellow of the Royal Anthropological Institute (RAI). 

Dr Evis is an Emergency Response Team Member for Blake Emergency Services.