Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) is the premier North American conference
on semantics as a part of linguistic theory. The 30th SALT was hosted by
Cornell University on
April 23 – 26 August 17 – 20, 2020 and held online. The conference included
a satellite workshop on focus and information
structure on Monday, August 17.
SALT30 took place online through Zoom. Links were sent to registered participants on Sunday, August 16, and after upon registration. Please register here.
Information about the proceedings can be found here.
|[July 14]||Program and Pop-up mentoring information posted|
|[April 16]||Update: August dates and virtual format|
|[Mar 10]||Update: event restrictions due to the novel coronavirus|
|[Feb 14]||Registration is now open at the LSA's events webpage.|
|[Sept 18]||The Call for Abstracts is now available.|