Samuel D. RochaSam Rocha is an academic, author, and musician. His interests involve and revolve--and evolve--around philosophy, music, and religion. He is an assistant professor of philosophy of education at the University of British Columbia, a blogger at "Patheos Catholic," book reviews editor for Studies in Philosophy and Education, and a section editor for Syndicate Theology. His most recent book is A Primer for Philosophy and Education (Cascade Books, 2014) and two more are forthcoming in 2015 and 2016: Folk Phenomenology: Education, Study, and the Human Person (Pickwick Publications) and A Phenomenology of the Poor: An Introduction to Ivan Illich (Cascade Books). Rocha has also released an EP and LP: Freedom for Love (2011) and Late to Love (2014).
Click on 2015 awards to see the American Educational Studies Association Award to Sam Rocha