Cornell University
August 17 – 20, 2020

SALT began at Cornell University: the first Semantics and Linguistic Theory Conference was held April 19-21, 1991 at Cornell.

Organizing committee

SALT30 is organized by Dorit Abusch, Jon Ander Mendia, Sarah Murray, Mats Rooth, and William Starr, along with the help of several other faculty members and graduate students.

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SALT30 is supported by the Cornell Department of Linguistics and Sage School of Philosophy, as well as the Cornell Center for Social Sciences and the Cognitive Science Program.

This website was adapted from the SALT29 site authored by Dylan Bumford, in collaboration with the SALT steering committee.

The Linguistic Society of America (LSA) is proud to sponsor SALT and to publish its Proceedings. Find out more about membership here.