This is the web page of CoBaLiSE: an organization for people interested in Constraint Based Linguistics, in the South East of England.
It used to be called SECBaLC: the South Eastern Constraint Based Linguistic Circle (pronounced almost like `sick bag', but no-one liked the name).
So far there have been six meetings (see below), held a irregular intervals.
The next meeting will be on fairly soon, hopefully. Tuesday, December 1. at Essex, organized by Doug Arnold doug#essex.ac.uk, and Bob Borsley rborsley#essex.ac.uk. Guest speakers will include Bob Levine.
If you would like to present a paper, or get more information about a meeting, you should contact one of the organizers of the meeting.
There is a mailing list: email@example.com. To subscribe to it, send a mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with "subscribe cobalise" in the body of the message. To leave the mailing list, send a message with "unsubscribe cobalise" in the body of the message (NB, the body, not the subject field). Once you have joined the list, a similar message with "who cobalise" in the body will get a mail sent to you with a list of who else is in the list.
Here is information about past and up-coming meetings.
If you would like your name to appear here, contact doug#essex.ac.uk.
What's it for?
For people interested in Constraint Based Linguistic theory to get together and talk about it.
What's a `Constraint Based Linguistic Theory' then?
That's harder, but `HPSG' and `LFG' (see links below) are examples.
Who's in it?
How can I join?
Contact one of the `organizers':
Who thought up the acronym?
Sadly, it was the above said `organizers' (who also thought up the old name).