University of Calgary

Andrea Freeman

  • Department Head
  • Associate Professor

Currently Teaching

 W2024 - GEOG 412 - Soil Science
LEC 1TR 12:30 - 13:45
 W2024 - GEOG 799.42 - Selected Topics in Physical Geography (Proxy Environmental Data)
 P2024 - GEOG 390.2 - International Field Studies (Ancient Environment)
 P2024 - GEOG 390.3 - International Field Studies (Southeast Asia)
 P2024 - GEOG 434.2 - Field Studies in Social and Economic Geography (Tourism & Heritage Mgmt)
 P2024 - GEOG 436.2 - Field Studies in Physical and Environmental Geography (Ancient Environment)
 P2024 - GEOG 596.38 - Directed Independent Study (Ecocriticism & Ancient City)


Andrea Freeman joined the Earth Sciences Program in 1997. She is jointly appointed in the Departments of Archaeology, Geography, and Geoscience. Her Ph.D. dissertation described the relationship between desert stream processes and human subsistence-settlement changes during the middle to late Holocene in the American Southwest. She has also conducted extensive research on Paleoindian (late Pleistocene-early Holocene) geoarchaeology in eastern North America. Currently Dr. Freeman is researching the context of early and middle Holocene sites on the northern Plains. This research has been funded by a SSHRC standard research grant.  She is also re-investigating previously known sites from the ice-free corridor to further explore the geologic context of these sites.

Curriculum Vitae


  • PhD - Anthropology (Major: Archaeology, Minor: Geosciences)
    University of Arizona, 1997
  • MA - Anthropology (Archaeology)
    University of Arizona, 1990
  • BBA
    Southern Methodist University, 1987
  • BA - Anthropology
    Southern Methodist University, 1987
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