Publications by: Angeliki Alvanoudi
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Alvanoudi, Angeliki (2015) The routine achievement of gender in Greek interaction. Gender and Language, 9 (1). pp. 11-31.
Alvanoudi, Angeliki (2014) Grammatical Gender in Interaction: cultural and cognitive aspects. Brill's Studies in Language, Cognition and Culture (9). Brill, Leiden, the Netherlands.
Alvanoudi, Angeliki, and Pavlidou, Theodossia-Soula (2013) Grammatical gender and cognition. In: Lavidas, Nikolaos, Alexiou, Thomai, and Sougari, Areti-Maria, (eds.) Major Trends in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics, Volume 2. Versita, London, pp. 109-124.
Alvanoudi, Angeliki (2011) Book review of "Mental Spaces in Discourse and Interaction", by Todd Oakley and Anders Hougaard, John Benjamins, Amsterdam/Philadelphia, 2008. Journal of Pragmatics, 43 (1). pp. 431-433.
Alvanoudi, Angeliki (2010) Book review of "Butler matters: Judith Butler's impact on feminist and queer studies" by Margaret Sönser Breen and Warren J. Blumenfeld, Ashgate, Aldergate, UK. Gender and Language, 4 (1). pp. 151-154.
Alvanoudi, Angeliki (2009) Golden boys, Marxist ghosts and nomadic feminism. European Journal of Women's Studies, 16 (2). pp. 181-184.
Alvanoudi, Angeliki (2009) Teaching gender in the neoliberal university. In: Gronold, Daniela, Hipfl, Brigitte, and Lund Pedersen, Linda, (eds.) Teaching with the Third Wave : New Feminists' Explorations of Teaching and Institutional Contexts. Teaching with Gender. European Women’s Studies in International and Interdisciplinary Classrooms . ATHENA3 Advanced Thematic Network in Women's Studies in Europe, University of Utrecht and Centre for Gender Studies, Stockholm University, Utrecht, Netherlands, pp. 37-54.
Alvanoudi, Angeliki (2009) Travelling between languages and disciplines: linguistic and interdisciplinary translation practices in Women's/Gender studies. Graduate Journal of Social Sciences, 6 (3). pp. 20-39.
Alvanoudi, Angeliki (2008) The relationship between language and gender in feminist deconstruction theories: the case of grammatical gender. Studies in Greek Linguistics, 28. pp. 89-99.