Dr. Joe Holland
Professor of Philosophy and Religion
PhD, University of Chicago; MA, University of Chicago; MA, BA, Niagara University
Phone: 305-628-6637
Office: Mimi Dooner Hall, Room 220-S

Dr. Holland serves as Permanent Visiting Professor at the Universidad Nacional del Altiplano in Peru; President of Pax Romana / Catholic Movement for Intellectual & Cultural Affairs USA, Vice-Chair of Catholic Scholars for Worker Justice, Editor of Pacem in Terris Press, and a fellow of the International Association for Catholic Social Thought at the Catholic University of Leuven in Belgium. He teaches the history of philosophy and social ethics. His research interests include the crisis of Western philosophy as part of the ecological, social, and spiritual breakdown of modern Western industrial-colonial civilization.

  • Holland, J., John Raymaker & Gerald Grudzen (2014). Spiritual Paths to an Ethical & Ecological Global Civilization: Reading the Signs of the Times with Buddhists, Christians, & Muslims. Washington DC: Washington DC: Pacem in Terris.
  • Holland. J. (2014). Crisis of Family and Unions in Late Modern Capitalism. Journal of Catholic Social Thought, 9:1.
  • Holland, J. (2005). Toward a Global Culture of Life: Cultural Challenges to Catholic Social Thought in the Postmodern Electronic-Ecological Era, in John A. Coleman SJ & William F. Ryan SJ (Eds.), Globalization and Catholic Social Thought: Present Crisis, Future Hope. Maryknoll NY: Orbis.
  • Holland, J. (2005). The Call to Holistic Regeneration: Healing Ecological, Societal, and Spiritual Life in the Emerging Postmodern Planetary Civilization. Annuaire de l’ALUC (Luxemburg).
  • Holland, J. (2003). Modern Catholic Social Teaching, 1740-1958: The Popes Confront the Industrial Age. New York: Paulist.
  • Holland, J., David Ray Griffin & William A. Beardslee (Editors) (1989). Varieties of Postmodern Theology. Albany NY: State University of New York Press.