David Pettegrew is Assistant Professor of History at Messiah College near Harrisburg, PA where he teaches classes in Greek and Roman History, Late Antiquity, Historical Mediterranean Archaeology, and Latin. He completed his PhD in 2006 from the Ohio State University with a dissertation called “Corinth on the Isthmus.” His research centers on integrating archaeological and textual evidence to narrate local history, especially cities and landscapes. He has participated in a variety of archaeological field programs: Wright State University’s field school in southern Ohio, American School of Classical Studies Excavations at Corinth, the Australian-Paliochora Kythera Archaeological Survey, the Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey, and Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project. He is currently conducting research on the Isthmus of Corinth, and is co-director of the Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project. He lives in Camp Hill, PA, with his wife and baby boy James.