Kyle Green, Ph.D


Associate Professor (Sociology)
(585) 395-5655
Office: Hartwell Hall 206
Office Hours:


8:30am-9:00am & 11:00-noon


Dr. Kyle Green researches storytelling, intimacy, and the body with a particular emphasis on how groups construct meaning through shared physical practice. His research has appeared in journals including Social Theory, American Journal of Cultural Sociology, Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Social & Cultural Geography, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, Qualitative Sociology, Somatechnics, and Contexts: Understanding People in their Social Worlds.

Kyle produces and hosts the Give Methods a Chance and Give Theory a Chance podcasts. He co-authored a text of the same name Give Methods a Chance, W.W. Norton, 2018.

Kyle regularly teaches Introduction to Sociology, Sociological Theory, Questioning Masculinity, Sociology of the Body, Sport & Society, and Sport, Politics, and Protest.

Kyle is the winner of the 2019 American Sociological Association’s Junior Theorist of the Year Award and the 2023 SUNY Brockport Presidential Teaching Excellence Award.