Christopher Pfaff is Associate Professor in the Department of Classics at Florida State University and has served as Director of American School's Excavations at Ancient Corinth since July 2017. He is an expert in ancient Greek architecture and has extensive experience excavating and publishing material from Ancient Corinth. He has worked at many excavations in Greece, including the Athenian Agora, Sanctuary of the Great Gods at Samothrace, ancient Torone, and Argive Heraion. In 1993, he attended the Getty Conservation Institute (GCI) course “Conservation of Excavated Sites: New Approaches and Techniques, Paphos, Cyprus” and later received a grant from the GCI to carry out a mapping project at the Argive Heraion. He has published a monograph on the Temple of Hera at the Argive Heraion and numerous articles on Iron Age Corinth.