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Time: 15:00 - 16:00

Date: 1 April, 2021

Event Category: Community Events

Website: https://www.facebook.com/events/162189052322684

Location: Online – Please RSVP

Organizer: Concordia University – Department of English, 514-848-2424, beth.crevier@concordia.ca, View Organizer Website

Feminism and Comedy at Concordia Speaker Series 2021 presents

“Indigenous Comedy and Storytelling”

A public talk by Stephanie Pangowish

Stephanie Pangowish is a sassy, bad assy, yet classy Anishinaabekwe from Wiikwemkoong on Manitoulin Island. She is an active community member, stand-up comedian, Northern Style Women’s Traditional dancer, educator, backup singer & an avid beader. Stephanie obtained her western education at Trent University, taking Indigenous Studies where she barely passed. NDNs studying NDNs. Currently working on her Master’s in Education, she continues to learn from her children, family, and community.stephaniepangowish.com


Stephanie will be sharing some of her research with us on Indigenous humour, healing, and resilience, and has generously provided us with some suggested resources ahead of the talk (available on the event Facebook page).

Thursday, April 1, 2021


Q+A to follow

Live captioning available upon request


Facebook: https://fb.me/e/2qjgfq2St

To register, please email: kay.pettigrew@mail.concordia.ca

Zoom meeting details to be shared with confirmation of registration.


Many thanks to our sponsors:

Women’s Studies Students Association (WSSA)

QPIRG Concordia

Office of the Vice President, Research and Graduate Studies

Office of the Dean, Faculty of Arts and Science


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