1. The book provides an accessible practitioner-friendly introduction to the Intangible Cultural Heritage field. Summarising the major changes that have taken place over the last decade, the book explores ongoing debates and changes in thinking about best practice. 2. The book will appeal to museum curators and other heritage professionals, as well as students and academics engaged in the study of museums and heritage, art, and cultural policy and management. 3. This book will be the first text to provide a broad overview and an accessible introduction to ICH from a practitioner perspective, whilst also providing a bridge to existing academic works.