Robert C. Freeman
Robert C. Freeman is an assistant professor of religion in the Department of Church History and Doctrine, where he has taught since coming to BYU in the fall of 1996. Prior to his assignment at BYU, Brother Freeman spent 11 years in the Church Educational System. A native of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Brother Freeman’s college education began at Ricks College. Following a mission to London, England, he studied at BYU, graduating in 1985 with a BS degree in geology. In 1989 Brother Freeman graduated from law school at Western State University in Fullerton, California.
Brother Freeman has published several articles and is involved in several research projects. He and colleague Dennis Wright founded the Saints of War project and worked with hundreds of LDS veterans and their families to preserve the experiences of Latter-day Saint servicemen during World Wars I and II.