J.D., University of Michigan Law School
M.A., Philosophy of Religion, Columbia University
Advanced Teaching Certificate, History, Pace University
B.A., Wesleyan University
A native New Yorker, Mr. Freeman practiced environmental justice law at Brooklyn Legal Services before studying philosophy of religion at Columbia University. He started teaching at St. Francis College in 2013, and also tutors students in the Academic Enhancement Center. He has co-written several articles on environmental justice law. His primary areas of research include religion and the environment, religious experience, and the religion of place.
He teaches Survey of the World’s Religions and Moral Values and Health Issues
SYMPOSIUM ARTICLE: Race, Ethnicity, and Place Identity: Implicit Bias and Competing Belief Systems (co-author with Rachel D. Godsil)
Spring, 2015, University of Hawai'i Law Review 37 Hawaii L. Rev. 313