In this important new work, world-renowned geographer Doreen Massey asks: what are the implicit assumptions that we make about space? What difference does it make to re-think these assumptions? How - and why - is it important is it to think differently about space? Space has informed Doreen Massey's work on regional inequality, the politics of place, globalisation, 'nature', and the complexity of cities. For Space offers a deliberative, engaged series of inquiries into how space can be thought of in its multiplicity and complexity.