Nadia von Benzon University of Lancaster, UK
Nadia von Benzon is a Lecturer in Human Geography at Lancaster University with particular interest in the social geographies of childhood, youth and motherhood, and in disability and health geography and therapeutic landscapes. She recently edited the volumes Intersectionality and Difference in Childhood and Youth: Global Perspectives
with Catherine Wilkinson, published in Routledge’s Spaces of Childhood and Youth series. Nadia is currently writing up recent research in the area of children’s historical geography exploring Victorian reformatory farms and child migration to New Zealand and embarking in online research exploring birth stories.