Yale University
May 12 – 14, 2023

The 33rd meeting of Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT 33) will be hosted (in person) by the Linguistics Department at Yale University, New Haven, CT on May 12 – 14, 2023.

The events will take place in the Yale Science Building and Luce Hall. Both are located on Hillhouse Avenue, described by Mark Twain and Charles Dickens as "the most beautiful street in America".The poster session and conference dinner will be held at Hotel Marcel, known for its iconic Bauhaus design and commitment to sustainability.

Please contact salt33.yale@gmail.com with any queries.

In participating, you agree to abide by SALT's Code of Conduct.

SALT33 will include a special panel on Semantic Theory and Language Revitalization, as part of the SALT(ED) initiative.

SALT33 is additionally associated with the following satellite workshops:

  • Diachronies of negation (Thursday morning, 11 May)
  • (In)definiteness & Genericity across Languages (Thursday afternoon, 11 May)
  • Philosophy of Linguistics (Sunday afternoon & Monday, 14–15 May)

  • invited speakers