Lex est Rex. The Administration of Republican Justice in the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth after 1569date: 2021-03-09

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Professor Frost

Professor Robert Frost is currently the Burnett Fletcher Chair of History at the University of Aberdeen, distinguished scholar of Polish-Lithuanian Union

He is also chair and director of the new Center for Polish-Lithuanian Studies (opened by the Polish and Lithuanian Ambassadors in January 2020)

Professor Frost attended the University of St Andrews (Modern History) and the Jagiellonian University in Krakow (Diploma in Polish language and culture)

He wrote his doctorate in the School of Slavonic and East European Studies at the University of London (it is now called University College London or UCL) under Professor Norman Davis

Professor Frost taught at Kings College London and returned to Scotland to accept the position of the Chair of History which he now occupies

He is a foreign member of Polish Arts and Sciences (Polska Academia Umiejetnosci), Fellow of the British Academy, and also Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh

Professor Frost is the author of many books

His latest book is a three-volume history of Poland and Lithuania by Oxford University Press; the first volume is out, it was published in English in 2015 and subsequently in Polish in 2018.  The second volume is to be released shortly

That book has won many accolades, among them Pro Historia Polonorum Prize and Nagroda Bendykta Polaka.  it also won the Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs Prize

Professor Frost was awarded the Knights Cross for Merits to Lithuania in 2020.

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