Criminal Justice, Law & Society Affiliated Faculty & Staff

Associate Professor

Adam Rafalovich has published widely on medical sociology. He is an associate professor of sociology who received his PhD in sociology from the University of British Columbia, and has published books in the area of media sociology.

Associate Professor; Soc/Anth/CJLS/GSS Department Chair

Daniel Eisen, PhD is an Assistant Professor at Pacific University whose research is situated in the study of race, ethnic identity, and racial and ethnic relations. Employing critical race theory and grounded theory methodologies, his research examines Filipino ethnic identity development in Hawai‘i. 

Assistant Professor

Paul Snell is an assistant professor of Politics and Government at Pacific University. Prior to Paul's arrival at Pacific, he taught fourth grade in the Las Vegas Valley as a Teach for America corps member. His research is on the foundations of political science and has taught a variety of courses in American Politics and Political Theory including race, gender, sexuality and politics, Democratic Theory.

Ramona Ilea is a Professor of Philosophy and the Director of the Center for a Sustainable Society at Pacific University. She has been at Pacific since 2006 and often teaches Environmental Ethics, Animal Ethics, Biomedical Ethics, and Logic classes. She won the President’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching.