Maria Savva

Institution: City University of New York
Maria Savva is a Contributor on a PRIO project or a publication with a PRIO person, and is otherwise not associated with PRIO.

Recent Publications

Nygaard, Lynn P. & Maria Savva (2021) Belonging and becoming in academia: a conceptual framework, in Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press (10–26).
Savva, Maria & Lynn P. Nygaard (2021) The 'peripheral' student in academia: an analysis, in Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press (154–172).
Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, (2021) Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press.
Nygaard, Lynn P. (2021) Into the fray: becoming an academic in my own right, in Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press (121–135).

All Publications

Book Chapter

Nygaard, Lynn P. & Maria Savva (2021) Belonging and becoming in academia: a conceptual framework, in Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press (10–26).
Savva, Maria & Lynn P. Nygaard (2021) The 'peripheral' student in academia: an analysis, in Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press (154–172).
Nygaard, Lynn P. (2021) Into the fray: becoming an academic in my own right, in Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press (121–135).

Edited Volume

Savva, Maria; & Lynn P. Nygaard, eds, (2021) Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate. London: UCL Press.