Dr. Daniela Brown

Assistant Professor of English
BA, University of Bucharest, 1986
PhD, University of Bucharest, 2002
Office hours: by appointment


Britishness in the Arts: Visual Arts


Daniela Brown has been teaching Medieval and Renaissance British literature since 2012, Shakespeare (in 2016 and 2018), nineteenth century British literature since 1996, main aspects of British art since 1995, Argumentation and Ethics (between 2012 and 2019). Her interests include: the history and theory of literature, British civilization and visual arts, argumentation and academic essay writing. In 1991, she attended a course on Shakespeare at The Shakespeare Institute in Stratford-upon-Avon. She holds a Postgraduate Certificate in British Cultural Studies from the University of Warwick, U.K. (1993). Between 1996 and 2012, on her summer vacations, she prepared her doctoral thesis and her courses on literature, British art and academic essay writing in the Bodleian Library Oxford, Mitchell Library Glasgow and Strathclyde University Library Glasgow.



  • Rococo in Britain: A Comparative Approach in the Visual Arts and Literature.  Bucuresti: Editura Universitatii Bucuresti. 2004

Journal articles and book chapters

  • “Birth, Death, Rebirth in the Split Geography of Othello”. University of Bucharest Review, 2018
  • “The Victorian Taste for the Medieval”. University of Bucharest Review, 2006
  • “The Secret Influence of Photography on Late Victorian Literature and Painting”. University of Bucharest Review, 2005
  • “The Influence of Photography on Victorian Literature”. University of Bucharest Review, 2004