In addition to the research that takes place at Isthmia, The Ohio State program collaborates on continuing survey and research projects in the Korinthia. Each of these undertakings requires collaboration with other institutions, numerous archaeologists, and specialists in geology, geomorphology, statistics, cartography, museum studies, computer science, botany, faunal analysis, osteology, education, and architecture.
Over the past two decades, the Ohio State University has been involved in numerous archaeological projects, attracting scholars and students from around the world. This research has generated several books and many articles, since reporting and publication is such an important aspect of archaeological work.
From this section, you can learn more about these related projects in the Korinthia:
- Summer Workshop for Teachers
- The Classical Archaeology Education Project
- The Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey
- The Survey at Dokos
- The 1997 Preliminary Report on Dokos
- Explorations of Agios Vasilios
- Australian Paliochora-Kythera Archaeological Survey
- The Friends of OSU Archaeological Projects in Greece