Professor Dorry Noyes Participates in China-US Forum

November 14, 2014
Dorothy Noyes

Professor Dorothy Noyes recently gave the presentation, "Why Don’t We Safeguard Mashed Potatoes and Mowing the Lawn? Asymmetry and Inequality in Intangible Cultural Heritage Policy" at Fifth American Folklore Society/China Folklore Society US-China Forum. The forum was held November 10th-12th at Museum of International Folk Art in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Earlier that week, Professor Noyes and other OSU Folklorists participated in the 126th Annual Meeting of the American Folklore Society in Santa Fe.