Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) is the field's premier semantics conference.  In 2016, the LSA established an agreement with the organizers of the conference to serve as a long-term co-sponsor of this important event. Since 2009, the LSA has been hosting the online version of the entire run of the SALT Proceedings (Vol 1-27). This new agreement formalizes the publishing arrangement and adds new elements to the continuing partnership. Beginning with the 2017 SALT conference, the LSA has served as an official co-sponsor, providing online infrastructure, conference registration and marketing assistance.

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. Click here to visit SALT 33 website

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