This might be more of a work-around than an answer proper. Bare requests for papers are a mixed bag - there is some precedent for it, but aside from maintaining the canonical list of references, it's often frowned upon even in Meta.ELU, and definitely off-topic on the main site.
Answers on Stack Exchange are intended to be authoritative, and EL&U tends to insist on that. Being 'authoritative' includes citing and quoting references to accepted authorities (or extensive relevant personal experience, or logical argument, etc).
Instead of asking for references, try asking your question directly, making sure that it's clear you're targeting the linguists portion of the EL&U community, and close with a request for answers to cite relevant and authoritative papers. This should allow your question to be on-topic, interesting to the community, and still get you the references you're after.