Anke is a fellow at the interdisciplinary research center Aesthetic Experience and the Dissolution of Artistic Limits (the Free University, Berlin). She studied modern German literature and Russian philology at the universities of Berlin, Bochum and Moscow. In 2005 she took a PhD representing a paper on Soviet Cinema Art of the 1930s. She is an active participant of the Russian Cinema Research Group (UCL, London) and is a Fulbright Program scholarship holder at the University of New York (2012). She shared the results of her research in Moscow, Cambridge, London, Florence, Vienna, New-York, Washington, Bochum, and Leipzig. Currently she is working at the creation of the Retroformalism research group and plans to work out poetonomy of modern art.
Recent publications (Co-authored):
Metanoia, co-authored with Armen Avanessian. Berlin: Merve 2014.
Der Präsensroman [The Present-Tense Novel], co-edited with Armen Avanessian; in series Narratologia, vol. 36. Berlin and New York: de Gruyter, 2013.