Major in Sociology and Anthropology

Bachelor of Arts Degree • School of Arts and Sciences

Sociology and Anthropology Major


Kyle D. Green, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Kyle Green, Assistant Professor of Sociology
Phone: (315) 792-3510
Office: 119 DePerno Hall


Kyle Green is a first-year Assistant Professor at Utica College. He received his MA degree in geography and PhD in sociology from the University of Minnesota. His research interests include culture, gender, research, methods, sport, storytelling, and the body. His research on pain and community in the mixed martial arts gym, representations of masculinity in Super Bowl commercials, and the relationship between binge drinking and participation in organized sport has appeared in journals such as Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Social & Cultural Geography, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, and International Review for the Sociology of Sport. His work can also be found in The Social Side of Politics (Norton) and Getting Culture (Norton). Kyle has served on the editorial boards of both Contexts and The Society Pages and was a lead producer for the Office Hours podcast. He currently produces the Give Methods a Chance podcast, and is co-authoring a sociological research methods text of the same name.

Before arriving at Utica College, Kyle taught at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities and Carleton College. His commitment to the classroom has led to multiple teaching honors including the University of Minnesota Sociology Department’s Graduate Instructor of the Year Award and the SAGE Teaching Innovations and Professional Development Award.

Kyle’s teaching interests include Introduction to Sociology, Social Research Methods, Social Theory, Race & Ethnicity, Sport & Society, and Social Bodies.

*For more information visit www.kylegreen.org

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Helen Blouet, Ph.D.
Chair of Sociology/Anthropology
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