When talking about the “re-configuration of spaces,” we should not forget the factor of time. In everyday life, this seems evident: people act not only in space but also in time. Passing through spaces takes time. Spatial configurations change over time, etc. But how can we grasp this connection theoretically and operationalize it for analysis? This chapter presents the considerations of the Erfurt-based “SpatioTemporal Studies” group on a theory of spatiotemporality. However, the research group is interested in not merely developing a theory but also the analysis of spatial and temporal practices and media, especially in historical societies. This also demonstrates the need to historicize (modern) theories of space and to integrate considerations of space-time into a long tradition that contemporary science should not ignore.