Friday, 28 December
252. Playing Pinter: Performance, Pop Culture, and Politics in the Works of Harold Pinter
12:00 noon–1:15 p.m., Acapulco, Hyatt Regency
Program arranged by the Harold Pinter Society
Presiding: Ann C. Hall, Ohio Dominican Univ.
1. “The Dumb Waiter as Romantic Reductio ad Absurdum,” Jonathan D. Shandell, New York Univ.
2. “‘Maybe We Should Keep Her’: Desire and Femininity in Harold Pinter’s The Homecoming and Betrayal,” Lynn Hall, Miami Univ., Oxford
3. “What Remains? Ashes to Ashes, Popular Culture, Memory, and Atrocity,” Mark Taylor-Batty, Univ. of Leeds
4. “Things as Events in Pinter,” Stephen Watt, Indiana Univ., Bloomington
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