Assistant Professor of Sociology
Ph.D., Loyola University Chicago; Sociology, 2019
Thesis Topic: More than Water: Fragile Social Citizenship in a Materially Poor Neighborhood in Lima, Peru
M.A., Brandeis University; Sustainable International Development
B.A., St. Anselm College; Politics and Intenational Studies
Publications & Editorships
Woolley, Kyle and Kelly Moore. 2020. “Barely Bonded: Barely Bonded: Affective Politics and the Gendered Struggle for Water in Villa El Salvador, Lima, Peru” 43(2): Qualitative Sociology.
Cosselyon, Jennifer and Kyle Woolley. 2020. “Gender and Collective Action.” In Wiley Blackwell Companion to Gender Studies. Edited by Nancy Naples. Hoboken, NJ.
Woolley, Kyle and Tom Kelly. 2018. “Accompaniment as Engagement: Discovering Peru.” Creighton Magazine.
Moore, Kelly and Kyle Woolley. 2016. “Direct Action” in Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology 2nd Edition. George Ritzer Editor.
- 2015- present Immersion Leader and Group Facilitator Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, Ignatian Colleagues Program.
- 2010-2011 Campus Director, Encuentro Dominicano, Creighton University.
- 2008-2010 Director, Encuentro Dominican, Creighton University – Dominican Republic. Instructor Department of Social and Cultural Studies:
- EDP 361 Social Justice in a Caribbean Context
- ECO 479 International Political Economy
- SPN 316 Spanish Immersion
- THL 342/JMC 322 Backpack Journalism in the Dominican Republic
- 2007-2008 Research Analyst, Instituto Apoyo, Lima, Peru.