The SALT 30 dates have been changed from April 23 – 26, 2020 to August 17 – 20, 2020 and the conference will now be held virtually.
Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) is the premier North American conference on semantics as a part of linguistic theory. The 30th SALT will be hosted by Cornell University. The conference will be preceded by a satellite workshop on focus on 17th.
Conference website: https://saltconf.github.io/salt30/
For questions or comments, please contact the program committee. By attending, you agree to abide by the Code of Conduct.
- Veneeta Dayal (Yale)
- Dilip Ninan (Tufts)
- Judith Tonhauser (OSU/Stuttgart)
- Bernhard Schwarz (McGill)
Call for papers:
We invite submission of abstracts for 30-minute oral presentations (with an additional 10 minutes for questions) or posters on any topic in natural language semantics with relevance to linguistic theory. The workshop on focus has the same submission and reviewing process as the main session.
Deadline: Wednesday, November 27, 2019, 11:59 pm Eastern Standard Time (UTC-5)
Submissions should be made via the SALT 30 EasyChair site. We expect to notify authors of their acceptance in early February of 2020.
Abstracts must be anonymous. The main text should be at most 2 pages (US Letter or A4) in length, including examples, with an optional third page for references. The abstract should use a 12pt font and 1 inch margins (for US Letter) or 3 cm margins (for A4) on all four sides. The abstract must be submitted as a single PDF file. These limitations will be strictly enforced. In addition to the intellectual interest of the abstract, clarity and readability will also be taken into account in reviewing.
SALT 30 will feature a poster session. Poster presentations will be published as regular papers in the proceedings. Poster presenters will be asked to give a short lightning round presentation prior to the poster session.
Authors may be involved in at most two abstracts and may be the sole author of at most one abstract.
SALT does not accept papers that at the time of the conference have been published or have been accepted for publication. In addition, preference will be given to presentations that are not duplicated at other major conferences.
If the work or a close variant of it is under submission to or accepted for publication or presentation in any other major venue (such as a national or international conference or a journal/book chapter), we request that the authors create a small section titled “Additional Submission” after the references at the end of the paper. This section should include the other venue(s) for which the work has been submitted, the status of those submissions, and an indication of any major aspects of the SALT abstract not submitted elsewhere. We require that authors update us by email if/when there is a relevant change in the status of other submissions.
SALT has a code of conduct and by submitting an abstract and by attending the conference, you are agreeing to abide by the code.
All papers presented at the conference (including oral presentations, posters, and alternates) will be published in a SALT 30 volume following the conclusion of the conference.