Roczniak, W?adys?aw

W?adys?aw Roczniak received his PhD from the Graduate School and University Center of the City University of New York and is currently an Assistant Professor at Bronx Community College, CUNY. His research concentrates in general on Polish charities, and in particular on the development, funding, administration, and experience of medieval and early modern Polish hospitals.

History of the Hospitals of Pre-Modern Poland From the Twelfth Through the Eighteenth Centuries
2009 0-7734-4817-9
This book is the first comprehensive study of Polish hospitals from the high Middle Ages through the eve of the French Revolution, a subject virtually unknown in the Anglophone and Polish historiographies. The work examines the ways in which the conflicts between the Church, the nobility, and municipal authorities shaped Poland’s hospitals across six centuries.