Colgate University Professor Robert Garland will give Eta Sigma Phi's Annual “Ghosts in Togas” lecture, “Murder Most Foul” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 28, in the Sanford Room. Garland is the Roy D. and Margaret B. Wooster Professor of the Classics at Colgate University and the author of several mainstay books in classical studies, including “Daily Life of the Ancient Greeks” (Greenwood Press, 1998); “The Eye of the Beholder” (Cornell, 1995); “Religion and the Greeks” (Bristol Classical Press, 1994); “Introducing New Gods” (Cornell, 1992); “The Greek Way of Life” (Cornell, 1990); “The Piraeus” (Duckworth, 1987); and “The Greek Way of Death” (Cornell, 1985). He has just finished a book on modern readings of Greek tragedy. Garland has also written numerous articles in various classical journals. He was a Fulbright Scholar and Fellow for the Center for Hellenic Studies from 1985-1986; Fellow for the Institute for Advanced Study in the Spring of 1990; and the Benjamin Meaker Distinguished Visiting Professor at Bristol University in 1995.