How many fixed opinions that have been expressed here do you believe will be changed by any material or point of view? I would suggest that the discussion on Senarmont is a good example.
I believe anything that hasn't been seen yet is valuable, but I don't expect everyone will share that belief.
What we are doing here, unfortunately, is not historical inquiry which is a vehicle for actually finding the ubiquitous 'new' material. Other dynamics are going on here, no less interesting and useful, mind, but not historical inquiry. There is also a good ration of incorrect material being posted, unfortunately (the canister discussion being an excellent example), but I would suggest that finding a thesis I haven't read yet on a current topic might be interesting to someone. I don't expect it to be interesting to all or most. Apparently Digby is interested in the bibliography (as I was).
However, if you don't wish me to post anything from it, that's fine too. I was going to send the bibliography to Digby off-line anyways.
And I don't believe that all present will either be interested in or agree with Rosen's conclusions on the topic. And I don't see anything wrong with saying that. Why do you have a problem with it. You don't seem to have a problem posting pejorative material when it suits you. I would hope the forum rules apply to all, including moderators.