Gerhard Lauer: scholar who uses historical, experimental and computational methods to look at aesthetic behavior of humans. Works at University of Basel but views expressed here are his own, especially wrong ones.

For your reading enjoyment:

Lesen im digitalen Zeitalter

Lauer, G. Darmstadt: wbg 2020
Open Access Text

West-Östliche Wahlverwandtschaften. Hans Bethge

Lauer, G., & Lu, Y. (Eds.). Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann 2020

Was macht die Digitalisierung mit den Hochschulen?

Demantowsky, M., Lauer, G., Schmidt, R., & te Wildt, B. (Eds.). Berlin: de Gruyter Oldenbourg 2020

Johann Friedrich Blumenbach. Race and Natural History, 1750-1850

Rupke, N., Lauer, G. (Eds.). London: Routledge 2019

Pianzola, F., Rebora, S., & Lauer, G. (2020). Wattpad as a resource for literary studies. Quantitative and qualitative examples of the importance of digital social reading and readers' comments in the margins. PLOS ONE (January 15th).

Rebora, S., Herrmann, B., Lauer, G., & Salgaro, M. (2019). Robert Musil, a war journal, and stylometry. Tackling the issue of short texts in authorship attribution. Digital Scholarship in the Humanities, 34(3), 582–605.

pdf-icon.png Lauer, G. (2019). Über den Wert der exakten Geisteswissenschaften. Joas, H., & Noller, J. (Eds.). Geisteswissenschaften - was bleibt? Zwischen Theorie, Tradition und Transformation. Freiburg, München: Karl Alber, 152–173.

Hube, C., Fischer, F., Jäschke, R., Lauer, G., & Rosendahl Thomsen, M. (2017). World Literature according to Wikipedia: Introduction to a DBpedia-based framework. arXiv:1701.00991 [cs.IR].

pdf-icon.png Zhang, Y., & Lauer, G. (2015). How culture shapes the reading of fairy tales: A cross-cultural approach. Comparative Literature Studies 52(4), 663–681.

pdf-icon.png Riese, K., Bayer, M., Lauer, G., & Schacht, A. (2014). In the eye of the recipient. Pupillary responses to suspense in literary classics. The Scientific Study of Literature 4(2), 211–232.

pdf-icon.png Jannidis, F. & Lauer, G. (2014). Burrows’s delta and its use in German literary history. Erlin, M. & Tatlock, L. (Eds.). Distant readings. Topologies of German culture in the long nineteenth century.  Rochester, New York: Camden House, 29–54.

pdf-icon.png Lauer, G. (2014). Über Menschen, Schweine und andere Rassen. Die Varietäten der Menschen und ihre zoologische Kritik in der gelehrten Literatur des 18. Jahrhunderts. Gantet, C. & Schock, F. (Eds.). Zeitschriften, Journalismus und gelehrte Kommunikation im 18. Jahrhundert. Bremen: edition lumière, 221–232.