Semantics and Linguistic Theory

This periodical publication contains articles developed from work presented at the annual Semantics and Linguistic Theory (SALT) conference, North America's foremost conference devoted to natural language semantics with relevance to linguistic theory.

SALT 31 was hosted by Brown University and held virtually on May 7–9, 2021. The website for the conference is available here. Please contact us at salt-mailbox@cornell.edu for questions regarding the proceedings.


Proceedings of SALT 31

Proceedings of the 31st Semantics and Linguistic Theory Conference, held virtually at Brown University, May 7-9, 2021, edited by Nicole Dreier, Chloe Kwon, Thomas Darnell, and John Starr.

Table of Contents

Articles

Yimei Xiang
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001-020
Omri Amiraz
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021-041
Furkan Dikmen, Ömer Demirok
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042-060
Luis Alonso-Ovalle, Justin Royer
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061-081
Ömer Demirok
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082-103
Jeremy David Kuhn
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104-121
Andrea Beltrama, Florian Schwarz
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122-144
Rebecca Elizabeth Jarvis
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145-165
Keely New
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166-183
Kajsa Djärv, Maribel Romero
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184-200
Takanobu Nakamura
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201-220
Ido Benbaji
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221-240
Maria Biezma, Bettina Braun, Angela James
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241-261
Haoze Li
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262-282
Nina Haslinger
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283-303
Tatiana Bondarenko
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304-323
Kristina Liefke
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324-344
Ethan Gotlieb Wilcox
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345-364
Alexandros Kalomoiros
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365-384
Deniz Rudin, Elsi Kaiser
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385-404
Teruyuki Mizuno
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405-425
Brian Leahy, Eimantas Zalnieriunas
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426-445
William Carl Thomas
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446-465
Elizabeth Coppock
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466-483
Ang Li
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484-505
Stavroula Alexandropoulou
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506-529
Marcin Morzycki, Hary Chow
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530-549
Helena Aparicio, Curtis Chen, Roger Levy, Elizabeth Coppock
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550-569
Benjamin Kane, Will Gantt, Aaron Steven White
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570-605
Chloé Tahar
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606-628
Marianne Huijsmans, Daniel K. E. Reisinger
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629-646
Vincent Rouillard, Filipe Hisao Kobayashi
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647-661
Despina Oikonomou
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662-682
Julie Goncharov, Lavi Wolf
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683-702