Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) 27 will be hosted by the Linguistics Department of the University of Maryland, College Park on May 12 through May 14, 2017.


Pranav Anand, UC Santa Cruz
Chris Barker, NYU
Sarah Murray, Cornell University
Maribel Romero, Universität Konstanz

There will be a satellite workshop on Meaning and Distribution on May 11, 2017.

Beth Levin, Stanford University

Jeff Lidz, UMD

This year marks the beginning of new relation between SALT and the Linguistic Society of America, which will handle conference registration, host the proceedings, and promote SALT as part of its mission to advance the scientific study of language through scholarly communication.

The Linguistic Society of America is proud to publish conference proceedings, including those of the SALT meeting. Click here to find out more about what the LSA does for linguistics and linguists everywhere and here to find out more about joining the LSA.

Upcoming Dates:

Early registration expires on April 14.

Conference rates for local hotels expire on April 22.

Online registration closes on May 10.

Registration opens on March 8.

Preliminary conference program posted on February 16

Accepted presentations must accept or decline the invitation by February 10.

Submitted abstracts will receive notification of admission/rejection on February 1 or soon thereafter.

Abstracts due on Sunday, December 4th, 2016, 11:59 EST, see call for papers.

Abstracts sent to reviewers: by December 14, 2016

Reviews due: January 18, 2017