|Full Title:||Semantics and Linguistic Theory 27|
|Short Title:||SALT 27|
|Location:||College Park, MD, USA|
|Start Date:||12-May-2017 - 14-May-2017|
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|Meeting Description:||Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) is the premiere North American conference on semantics as a part of linguistic theory. The 27th SALT will take place on May 12–14, 2017, at The University of Maryland, College Park. Our invited speakers are Pranav Anand, Chris Barker, Sarah Murray and Maribel Romero.
In addition on May 11 there will be a pre-SALT workshop, “Meaning and Distribution”, with invited speakers Angelika Kratzer, Beth Levin and Jeffrey Lidz, on the topic of observed correlations between syntactic and semantic classes. We invite critical discussion of traditional questions: how do such correlations help us understand language acquisition, variation or invariance across languages, or relations between linguistic and nonlinguistic cognition?
|Linguistic Subfield:||Philosophy of Language; Pragmatics; Semantics|
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