Jeffrey McDonough is a professor of philosophy at Harvard University and director of the Harvard History of Philosophy Workshop. He grew up in rural Wisconsin but received his B.A. in philosophy from Santa Clara University in the Bay Area. He attended graduate school at Syracuse University and the University of California at Irvine before coming to Harvard in 2005.

His research focuses on the intersection of philosophy, science, and religion in the early modern era. An interview discussing his work can be found
here. Copies of his curriculum vitae and papers are available via the links above.

Jeffrey will be on sabbatical during the fall of 2018 but will be teaching courses on the history of philosophy of religion and Latin translation in the spring of 2019.