The conference will address a broad range of perspectives concerning Harold Pinter's literary heritage set abroad, in a non-British context, in the following subject areas:

• Reception and reviews of Pinter abroad
• Pinter on international stages
• (Inter)cultural studies of Pinter
• Pinter in translation (linguistic, stylistic and other aspects)
• Teaching Pinter abroad
• Pinter and international politics

Presenters will have 15 minutes for their talk plus a 5-minute question session.

Book of Abstracts is available here. Missing abstracts will be added in the printed version.

A selection of papers will be published after the event in a special edition of ELOPE.