«Места знания»: пространственный поворот в исторических исследованиях науки, технологий и общества
In contemporary western scholarly texts, the claims about the spatial turn have already become routine. These claims reflect the already common idea that contemporary interdisciplinary researches share an idea that space is a sociocultural construct, the result of interactions and interpretations. The category of space has been used productively in Science and Technology Studies. The interest to the problem of space and place in science studies originated from the discoveries in philosophy of science, cultural anthropology, symbolic interactionism. History of science and technology imbued with insights of sociology of scientific knowledge, anthropology, social constructivism broadened the range of questions about the spatial dimension of scientific and technical knowledge. The present article attempts to present a variety of current historical studies of science and technology that engage with the concept of space. The studies are grouped in several thematic blocks – genealogy of modern spaces of science, architectural organization of scientific space, mobility of scientific knowledge, scientific knowledge as space, conceptualization of space in technology studies.