Dr Monica Hellstrom

Academic Background

Academic Background

Research Interests

History, culture and society of the Later Roman Empire

Research Keywords

Research Keywords




Full Publications:

Selected Publications:

Hellström, M. 2023, “The monumental bureaucracy of Diocletian”, in C. Rollinger & F. Carlá-Uhink (eds.), The Tetrarchy as Ideology (Re)Presentations and (Re)Figurations of an Imperial Power (Franz Steiner, 2023), 141–160.

Hellström, M.  “The ‘people’ and Cassius Dio”, in C. Davenport & C. Mallan (eds.) Emperors and Political. Culture in Cassius Dio’s Roman History (Cambridge University Press, 2021), 199–217.

Hellström, M. 2020. ‘Epigraphy and ambitions: Building inscriptions in the Hinterland of Carthage’, Journal of Roman Studies 110 pp. 57-90.

Russell, A., Hellström, M. 2020. The Social Dynamics of Roman Imperial Imagery (Cambridge: CUP). The co-edited volume includes a co-written introduction (Hellström & Russell, ‘Introduction: Imperial Imagery And The Role Of Social Dynamics’, pp. 1-24) and a chapter of my own; ‘Local aspirations and statues of emperors in Roman North Africa’ pp. 159-179.

Hellström. M. 2020. ‘Baptism and Roman gold-glasses: salvation and social dynamics’, in F. Guidetti & K. Meinecke (eds.) A Visual Global Culture? (Oxford: Oxbow) pp. 173-203.

Hellström, M. 2018. ‘Model servant, model master: The Temple of the Sun at Erddig Hall’, in H. Gerding, L. Brännstedt and R. Forsell (eds.) Frusna Ögonblick. Essäer tillägnade Anne-Marie Leander Touati (Lund: Lund University Press) pp. 105-118.

Hellström, M. 2016. ‘The form and function of Constantine’s funerary basilicas in Rome’, in M. R. Salzman, R. Lizzi Testa and M. Sághy (eds.), Pagans and Christians in late antique Rome : conflict, competition, and coexistence in the fourth century (Cambridge: CUP) pp. 291-313.

Hellström, M. 2015. ‘Fast movement through the city: ideals, stereotypes, and city planning’, in I. Östenberg, S., Malmberg and J. Bjørnebye (eds.), The Moving City. Processions, Passages and Promenades in Ancient Rome, Bloomsbury (London: Bloomsbury) pp. 47-58.