is associate professor within interpersonal communication, organization and materiality at Aalborg University, Department of Communication & Psychology. She is a posthumanist and concerned with rethinking the role of universities in the 21 st century. She is one of the pioneers in rethinking storytelling through quantum theory and an expert on the material, discursive and affective aspects of human- and organizational embodiment and embodied forms of expression and teaching.
Anete teaches and researches with a specific focus on how matter comes to matter as part of the multimodality of knowledge- and sensemaking practices. Topics are storytelling, material storytelling, organizational change, ethics, organizational scenography, performance scenography, speculative design, learning scenography, research methodology, etc. She is the daily leader of the university’s ‘Material Story Lab’.