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CRYP 325: Advanced Studies in Cryptozoology

Prof. Finnbar Calamitous. New Student Week 2019

What is Cryptozoology?

Cryptozoology, as defined by Merriam-Webster Online, is "the study of and search for animals and especially legendary animals (as Sasquatch) usually in order to evaluate the possibility of their existence."

My office location and hours are currently undecided, so I will not be answering emails or phone calls at this time.

the cipher...for those trying to find me (I've hidden clues to the symbols throughout the library)

Alumni Anarctic Tour

Eric Hillemann (Archives) and Mary Savina (Geology) are leading an alumni adventure tour to Antarctica. Carleton alum and cryptozoology researcher Monica Reyes-Doggett will be on a team of naturalists lecturing on local wildlife.



Books for class

Please purchase these texts for fall term. Optional reading lists will be posted the first week of classes.