MSU Isthmia in the News
Greek Mythology Books Come to Life in Greece (November 29, 2022): (https://educationabroad.isp.msu.edu/news_article/23198)
Greece is Bursting with History (November 18, 2022): (https://globalyouth.isp.msu.edu/news_article/23167)
Exhibit Explores MSU’s Archaeological Excavations in Greece (January 20, 2022) (https://cal.msu.edu/news/msu-union-art-exhibit-explores-msus-archaeological-excavations-in-greece/)
Bringing an Archaeology Project into the Digital Age (August 4, 2021) (https://msutoday.msu.edu/news/2021/bringing-an-archeology-project-into-the-digital-age?sc_camp=4A8CD0E5C78747BB8DAD90A5961EE528&utm_source=msutoday-email&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=standard-promo&id=ff6c85dbcd2e29e169d0e13742de0cb5&utm_content=text)
MSU Leading Digitized Archeology Project in Greece (July 29, 2021) (https://cal.msu.edu/news/msu-to-lead-digitized-archeology-project-in-greece/)
Digitizing Discoveries (December 9, 2020) (https://research.msu.edu/digitizing-discoveries-classical-studies-professor-to-lead-legacy-dig-in-ancient-greece/)
Digital Dig (March 29, 2017): (https://cal.msu.edu/news/digital-dig-a-new-discovery-from-ancient-greece/)
Corinthian Matters is a blog maintained by David Pettegrew.
Archaeology of the Mediterranean World is a blog maintained by Bill Caraher.
A Facebook group for those who participated in the Ohio State University Excavations at Isthmia or the Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey (EKAS).