Cătălin D. Constantin is a book publisher and teaches ethnology and anthropology at the Faculty of Letters, the University of Bucharest. He has coordinated a number of literature collections and has edited many photography books dedicated to Romanian cultural heritage. His first PhD thesis, received from the Faculty of Letters and published in 2013, was focussed on everyday life in Romanian cities at the beginning of the 20th century, starting from unpublished journals belonging to anonymous figures of the age, which the author collected. Cătălin D. Constantin received his second PhD in 2014 at the “Ion Mincu” University of Architecture and Urbanism, a cultural and anthropological reading of public squares of European cities. He has organised several photography exhibitions, both in Romania and abroad.