<listEvent> is a member of model.listLike, which in turn is a
member of model.inter. Thus <listEvent> can appear anywhere other
inter-level elements can, e.g. inside <p> or between two <p>s in a
Personally, I tend put my contextual lists like <listBibl>,
<listEvent>, <listPerson>, and <listPlace> inside a <div
type="editorial"> in the <back>.
> James Cummings recently pointed out via Twitter the listEvent tag
> which seems appropriate for some work I am doing for the Library of
> Congress which requires a set of events with dates and descriptions
> which then point to a set of METS files. The examples in the P5
> docs seems isomorphic to what I need, but as far as I can tell,
> listEvent can only appear in the teiHeader. Is this a correct
> assumption? If it is, then does it seem strange to have a teiHeader
> with no text at all? Should I even be using TEI at that point?