Kim Freeman

Job title: 
Continuing Lecturer

Kim Freeman has a Ph.D. in English from the University of Connecticut. She has taught writing for more than twenty years. She teaches Reading & Composition courses and writing in the biological sciences at UC Berkeley. Prior to joining the College Writing Programs’ faculty, she taught at Northeastern University in Boston, where she directed the Writing-in-the-Disciplines Program. In addition to her interest in writing in the disciplines, particularly the sciences and narrativeis about the climate crisis and sustainability, she is also interested in creative writing and writing theory. She is the author of Improving Writing in the Agricultural Sciences, as well as Love American Style: Divorce and the American Novel, and various articles on literature and composition in journals such as A|B: Autobiography Studies and American Literary Realism. She has also published fiction in various journals, such as Foglifter, FRIGG, Meeting House, and Prick of the Spindle