We’re exceptionally pleased to host a guest blog from Maurice Nevile (University of Southern Denmark), who tracked down and listed every single article published in ROLSI between 1987 and 2014. Here is his account of how he did it.
Did Harvey Sacks ever publish in ROLSI? Which studies examine repair? Do any ROLSI papers investigate interactional phenomena of German? A complete chronological bibliography for ROLSI (from 1987) now makes it easier to search within the journal for particular authors, analytic interests and phenomena, settings and forms of data, languages, or whatever. I initially compiled the bibliography to support a review study on embodiment, and then developed it for wider public use. Every item is listed with full citation details, and web address for access via the publisher’s website.