Angeliki Alvanoudi is a sociolinguist specializing in language and gender, language in interaction and language contact. In April 2013, she graduated with a PhD from the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki. In her doctoral dissertation she explored the cultural and cognitive aspects of grammatical gender in Greek talk-in-interaction. In May 2013, she took up a two year Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Language and Culture Research Centre, James Cook University, to examine the Greek variety spoken by immigrant communities in Far North Queensland, Australia. She has written the books Grammatical gender in interaction: Cultural and cognitive aspects published with Brill in 2015, and Modern Greek in diaspora: An Australian perspective published with Palgrave Pivot in 2019. She has published articles in various journals including Gender and Language, the Journal of Greek Linguistics, Text & Talk, Pragmatics and the Journal of Pidgin and Creole Languages.