Anca Claudia Prodan, Ph.D., studied in Romania and Germany, obtaining a Licentiate´s degree in Anthropology-Philosophy, a Master of Arts in World Heritage Studies, and a Ph.D. in Heritage Studies from the International Graduate School: Heritage Studies at BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg. Her doctoral research focused on the UNESCO Memory of the World Programme and the changes triggered in this context by the use of digital technology. Since 2015 she has belonged to the network of corresponding members of the Subcommittee for Education and Research (SCEaR) of the MoW Programme. She is also a member of the Editorial Advisory Board of the Heritage Studies Series released by Prof. Dr. Marie-Theres Albert with De Gruyter publishing house. Her research interests and expertise include theories of culture and heritage, cultural and heritage policies, and interpersonal, intercultural and technology-mediated communication. Since June 2013 she has been working as academic staff at the Chair Intercultural Studies, teaching various subjects at master and doctorate levels. She is currently developing a post-doctoral project related to the UNESCO Memory of the World Programme and its relation to the concept of knowledge societies.