Regine Eckardt (University of Göttingen)
"Nothing" compares to you
Delia Graff Fara (Princeton University) Truth relative to what?
Larry Horn (Yale University) Only XL: The assertoric asymmetry of exponibles
Chung-Chieh Shan (Rutgers) Characterizing quotation
We invite submissions of abstracts for papers (30-minute presentation plus 10-minute discussion) on any topic in natural language semantics with relevance to linguistic theory. Abstracts must be anonymous. They should be at most 2 pages in length (A4 or US Letter), including examples and references, using a 12pt font with 1-inch (2.5 cm) margins on all four sides. These limitations will be strictly enforced.
SALT 19 will feature a poster session. When you submit your abstract, you will be asked to indicate whether you would like your abstract to be considered for this session. Poster presentations will be published as regular papers in the proceedings.
Authors may be involved in at most two submissions and may be the sole author of at most one abstract. No single author will be allowed to give more than one presentation at the conference.
SALT does not accept papers that have been published or have been accepted for publication at the time of the conference. In addition, preference will be given to presentations that are not duplicated at other major conferences. We therefore request that authors indicate prior or planned presentations of their papers when they submit their abstracts.
If you have questions about SALT or encounter problems with the submission interface, do not hesitate to send us an e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All papers presented at the conference will be published in a SALT 19 volume following the conclusion of the conference.
Support for SALT 19 comes from the following at OSU: the College of Humanities, the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, the Colleges of the Arts and Sciences, the Center for Cognitive Science, and the Departments of Computer Science and Engineering, East Asian Languages and Literatures, Linguistics, Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, Philosophy, and Psychology.