Freeman has written or edited six books:
- Mao’s Toe
- Art’s Emotions
- Roddy’s Folly
- The Aunt’s Mirrors
- Figuring Out Figurative Art
- The Forgotten People
He has also published his academic research in a number of scholarly periodicals, including the following:
- Australian Bar Review
- Constitutional Law and Policy Review
- Harvard Review of Philosophy
- Journal of Aesthetic Education
- Literature and Aesthetics
- Public Law Review
He has served as a guest editor or book reviewer for scholarly periodicals including the following:
In addition to his scholarly writing, he has contributed essays for a number of non-academic periodicals, including the following:
Other non-academic writing includes art criticism, such as the catalogue essay, “Looking, Imagining, Growing: Engaging with Tom de Freston’s boxer shorts”, which he was invited to contribute to Reflections: Works by Tom de Freston (Cambridge: Tablo Arts and Christ’s College, 2009) along with contributions from others, including poet Ruth Padel, about de Freston’s recent paintings and drawings.
- To see some of de Freston’s work, and to read Freeman’s essay about it, click here.
Occasionally, he has been interviewed for ABC Radio.