Shirley Ann Brown is Professor emerita of Art History at York University, and a member of the international advisory committee for the Bayeux Tapestry Museum.
She has published numerous studies of the Bayeux Tapestry, both in the context of medieval art and culture, and with regards to how it has been appropriated as nationalistic propaganda in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
Full Professor emerita, York University
Cornell University, PhD
Ohio State University, MA
University of Manitoba, BID
"Why the Nazis fell in love with the Bayeux Tapestry", BBC History
"A building is more than a building: Reading the Bayeux Tapestry's architecture", Text. For the study of textile art, design and history
The Bayeux Tapestry: A Sourcebook,
"The strange tale of the Bayeux Tapestry, archaeology and the Nazi party", British Archaeology
"Decoding Operation Matilda: the Bayeux Tapestry, the Nazis and German Pan-Nationalism", The Bayeux Tapestry. New Approaches