The Eastern Korinthia Archaeological Survey is an interdisciplinary regional survey of the eastern territory of Corinth, Greece, carried out between 1997 and 2002, with study seasons following since 2003. The intensive survey focused on the Corinthian Isthmus between Corinth town, the Pan-hellenic Sanctuary at Isthmia, and ancient Kenchreai, but survey work was also carried out in portions of the southeastern territory as well. The EKAS project was an outgrowth of previous investigations in the eastern territory and many of its participants are now involved in projects investigating sites and microregions of the eastern territory that were discovered in the process of the EKAS project.
This project is currently in analysis and publication stage, and recent papers have appeared in the journals Antiquity (2005), Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology (2006), and Hesperia (2006, 2007), among other places. Research plans for 2008 include 1) a restudy of the abandoned early modern settlement of Lakka Skoutara in the southeast Corinthia and 2) an investigation of an Archaic-period farmstead.