Category Archives: Sarah Mills

Dr Sarah Mills is Lecturer in Human Geography at Loughborough University. Her research focuses on the geographies of youth citizenship and informal education. She has explored the gendered citizenship projects and educational philosophies of several British youth movements across the twentieth century, including the Scout Movement, Girl Guides, Woodcraft Folk, and Jewish Lads’ Brigade. You can browse her blog contributions below.

Feature: The Historical Geographies of Scouting

At the VAHS Seminar of 2 December 2013 Sarah Mills, Lecturer in Human Geography at Loughborough University, gave the paper ‘”Citizen Scout”: The Historical Geographies of scouting in Britain’.  In the following interview, she expands upon the intersections of geography, citizenship, and identity in … Continue reading

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