Commentator Jared has posted some printed sources that bear on the question, which I repost here.
Willibrord Lampen, Bl. Ioannes Duns Scotus et Sancta Sedes (Rome, 1929).
Franz Pelster, “The Authority of St. Thomas in Catholic Schools and Sacred Sciences," Franciscan Studies 13 (1953): 1-26.
Charles Balić, “Duns Scotus in the Present Moment of the Church” in Scotus Speaks Today: 1266-1966: Seventh Centenary Symposium (Southfield, MI: Duns Scotus College, 1966), 21-62
Also, Fr. Finigan has a post from several years ago about this, which involved one of the commentators who has posted here. Fr. Finigan posts the quote from Denzinger about the letter of the Jesuits to the pope about the 24 Thomistic theses.
An essay on "traditionalism" that contains relevant material.