Much of the recent literature on cultural heritage focuses on the governmental and international bodies that preside over heritage policy; in contrast, this volume offers something new by providing a practical guide for how library and information sciences can be used in specific heritage management practices. . . Selected chapters would be useful as a primer for undergraduates in a heritage studies class and for those researching specific geographically or thematically situated topics within heritage studies. Individual chapters contain enough historical background and author-specific definitions of key terms like intangible heritage to be assigned as stand-alone chapters in a course on cultural heritage. This edited volume brings together an array of multidisciplinary perspectives that cover a broad swath of research relating to cultural heritage management.