Bannockology

Bannockology

Bannockology, compiled and edited by Peter Morin, 2009. 82 pages, 14 illustrations. Coil-bound. ISBN 978-1-895532-23-4. Out of print. 
 
Bannockology is an anthology of anecdotes, recipes, poetry and insights about bannock, the ubiquitous bread that is a part of every First Nations social event, private or public. Compiled and edited by artist, writer, curator Peter Morin,Bannockology was initiated in Watson Lake, Yukon where Peter worked with the local library and youth, and grew as Peter’s cultural adventures lead him to organize the World’s Largest Bannock event, and shaped by a deep commitment to his Tahltan culture. An essay by acclaimed curator Candice Hopkins introduces Bannockology. Revenues from sales will be directed to the Watson Lake Library and Surrounded by Cedar Child and Family Services. Co publishers: Camosun College, Western Front, Surrounded by Cedar Child and Family Services.

Publication Date: 
Thursday, January 1, 2009
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