Experiments in Linguistic Meaning is a biennial conference dedicated to the experimental study of linguistic meaning broadly construed, with a focus on theoretical issues in semantics and pragmatics, their interplay with other components of the grammar, their relation to language processing and acquisition, as well as their connections to human cognition and computation. It aims to include the broad and diverse spectrum of disciplines, topics, and methodologies involved, including linguistic, psychological, logical, philosophical, social, developmental, computational, as well as cross-linguistic and cross-cultural perspectives. The hope is to foster a community of scholars dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of meaning, who might lack opportunities to interact at this level otherwise. We encourage researchers from around the world to submit their recent work to ELM, and to attend in order to discuss the latest theories and data in the cognitive science of meaning broadly construed.

ELM 2 is scheduled for May 18-20, 2022.

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