Each fall, Professor Freeman teaches Introduction to Sociology to 300 students on top of a mountain with sci-fi architecture in British Columbia.
In the summer of 2017, Professor Freeman taught Sociological Poetry on the porch of Eureka Hall at the School of the Alternative, on the site of the former Black Mountain College in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina.
In the fall of 2017, Professor Freeman taught Gender Relations and Social Issues. With the help of artist Terra Poirer students made a zine they called “Lindsey & the Gender Smashers”.
In fall 2015, Professor Freeman's Sociology of the City class created a Graphic Sociology Comic Book focused on Buffalo.
A list of classes taught and designed:
• Introduction to Sociology
• Classical Social Theory
• Contemporary Social Theory
• Qualitative Methods
• Sociology of the City
• Urban Cultures and Communities
• Mass Media & Society
• Gender Relations and Social Issues
• Social Problems
• Social Issues and Policy Analysis
• Sociological Poetry
• Critical Tourism
• Atrocity Tourism
• Spaces of Memory
• The Utopian Imagination
• Senior Seminar