Keith A. Houde, Ph.D., is a Professor of Psychology at Ave Maria University in Florida. With an academic background in psychology and theology, his primary scholarly interests are theological anthropology, philosophical psychology, and the history of psychology, with an emphasis on the psychological thought of John Paul II. He is co-author of History and Systems of Psychology (7th ed.) from Cambridge University Press. Dr. Houde has taught The Personalist Psychology of John Paul II/Karol Wojtyla for our summer program since we first launched. As he has become deeply inspired by the history, faith, and culture of Poland, we’re excited that he’ll now co-teach History of Faith and Culture in Poland this upcoming summer. We could not be more thrilled to welcome back him and his wife Mary, both an integral part of the JP2 Project Family, for this new group of students.
HIST ART/THEO 330: History of Faith and Culture in Poland: a journey through a selection of major artistic works
PSYC 415: Personalist Psychology of Karol Wojtyła/John Paul II