Постномадизм: Пространственные антропологии путешествий
This article examines the processes of space anthropologies of travels formation on the basis of ontological models of the imagination. The concept of post-nomadism and its interpretations in relation to the travel ontological field are discusses. The existential qualities of travel space in the context of the peculiarities of movement and nomadism are examines. Specifics of travel concept comprehension are characterized in the anthropology of space and meta-geography (post-geography) frames. Travel ontologically transforms the notions of space and movement, contributing to the formation of hybrid, blended, synthetic concepts that describe and characterize dynamic geo-imaginative picture of the world. The travel, perceived through the "prism" of post-nomadism may be regarded as an existential experience of co-spatiality; post-nomadism is the desire to imagine and understand the travel as a total existence of spatiality, understood ontologically as co-spatiality. The ontological post-nomadism is the "symptom" and phenomenological "litmus test" to identify relevant problem field of the study of spatialities at the junction of two key groups of discursive disciplines – post-geography (or, in a more familiar perspective – meta-geography) and (new) spatial anthropology. Spatial anthropology, as we understand it, aims to pioneer the study of "vertical" aspects of human existence directly connected with the experience and comprehension of spatiality. As a rule, post-geography works with a geographical-images structuring of new spatial realities. Post-nomadism, in this conceptual context, is a key theme, for example, and which can be developed by basic cognitive tools and procedures for the exploration of alternative ontologies of the earth space.