Dr. Jason Brown is a medieval historian whose areas of expertise include intellectual culture, Church law and economic thought in the Middle Ages. He enjoys editing and translating medieval Latin texts, especially jurisprudence and moral theology.

An alumnus of St. Paul's College, having served as Vice Stick in 2009–10 while completing a Bachelor of Arts (Honours), he holds an MA and PhD from the Centre for Medieval Studies, University of Toronto. His current research focuses on St Antoninus, archbishop of Florence from 1446 to 1459; he is preparing to publish a book about Antoninus's teaching on justice in the marketplace.

Dr. Brown's interests have led him to read widely in the Catholic tradition. He always strives to approach Catholic Studies from a historically-informed perspective.