Now that we know your actual question, its easier to address it.
Asking for a list of resources is pretty much always off-topic, as it is a "list question", with the potential for an ever-growing list of "correct" answers.
However, asking if an area of research has ever been considered is a different type of question. There are only two possible answers (broadly speaking--there might actually be some form of in-between answer "Someone kind of addressed that in a paper on another topic...", but I digress).
If the goal of your question is to determine if any research has ever been done on Topic X, it can be on-topic (but not automatically a "good" question). But don't expect an answer to cover all possible research on the topic, or research from all angles.
Let me offer a silly example.
Q. Please provide a list of all research on the historicity of Jesus.
This is a bad question, because the list of possible correct answers is literally growing every year.
Q. Is there any research into the historicity of Jesus?
This is a better question. The answer is an unequivocal "Yes." And an answer providing a single reference to any research (from any angle) will be enough to prove this.
Does that make it a good question? That depends on your goal. If your goal is to determine if others have considered the question, yes, it's a good question.
If your goal is to "get to the bottom" of the issue, and determine for yourself if Jesus is historical, no, it's not a good question, because your single answer may reference literature which draws a conclusion which may not represent the full truth of the matter.
So in your example, what is your goal? To determine if others have had the same question? If so, then asking if there has been research on the topic is fine.
If your goal is rather, as I suspect, to get to the "truth" of the matter, it is sadly off-topic for our site, as we don't accept "truth questions." And it's not even answerable in a "What does the Bible say?" sense because the Bible doesn't directly address the issue.