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Brian Green

Associate Professor
Sociology and Anthropology
Rhodes Hall S262 • M-3400
603-358-2519

Dr. Brian E. Green, is an Associate Professor for and Chair of the Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology department. He received his Ph.D. in Sociology from Ohio State University, his M.A. in Sociology from Kent State University and a B.A. in Sociology from Pennsylvania State University. His areas of special interest include Environmental Sociology, Globalization, Political Sociology, Quantitative Analysis, Technology, Central and Eastern European Societies.

Before coming to Keene State he served on the faculty at Muskingum College, Denison University and Ohio University

Dr. Green loves to visit new places and meet new people. While New England has become his home and he loves it here, he never gets tired of having new experiences and seeing all of the diverse parts of the world. His favorite leisure activities include spending time with his family, playing golf, and watching sports. Of teaching at Keene State, Dr. Green says, it has been a pleasure and a privilege for more than ten years and having the opportunity to work with so many intelligent and interesting students here is what drives him professionally.

Dr. Green's professional accomplishments include:

“Computerization of Polish Households in Social Structural Perspective: A Dynamic Analysis of the Informatization Process over 20 Years.” Polish Sociological Review. 2009, with Maciej D. Kryszczuk

“Stability and Change in Household Computer Possession in Poland: Analysis of Structural Determinants.” Polish Sociological Review 2006, with Maciej D. Krzysczuk

“A General Model of Natural Resource Conflicts: the Case of International Freshwater Disputes.” Slovak Sociological Review 2005.

“The Dark Side of Universal Justice: How Not to Think About International Law.” Humanity and Society 2004, with Steven McGuire

“Explaining Cross–National Variation in Energy Consumption: The Effects of Development, Ecology, Politics, Technology, and Region.” International Journal of Sociology 2004.

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