One of the main interests of the training research group “Between Spaces. Movements, Actors, and Representations of Globalization” has been to contribute to the identification of analytical categories that are capable to put us a step closer to the understanding of the phenomenon of globalization. The idea of a relational conceptualization of space has been a starting point for the exploration of the phenomenon in general which, without being entirely local, is also not completely global. This book assembles chapters which reflect – from diverse disciplines and different epistemological traditions – upon potential analytical categories for the study of globalization. These are, among others: political spaces, linkages and trans-areal spaces, scales, limits, distances, rhizomes, geo-poetics, stereotypes, images, visual forms and media spaces.