Patricia Grimsted

Patricia
Kennedy
Grimsted

Senior Research Associate, Ukrainian Research Institute

Center Associate
Expertise
Russian, Ukrainian, and former Soviet archives;
particularly in Russia and Ukraine.
Current Project
Displaced cultural treasures from the Second World War and restitution issues, especially in Russia and Ukraine. With an article and monograph on the Chabad Case, restitution claim for the Schneersohn Library and Archive from Russia; and an article on the provenance and fate of the Erich Koch Collection from Königsberg –especially paintings from Ukraine and the Netherlands.
Foreign Language

Education

Ph.D.
, Russian history
, University of California - Berkeley
Selected Publications

 (PKG editor and major contributor) Edited by Patricia Kennedy Grimsted, F.J. Hoogewoud, and Eric Ketelaar. Institute of Art and Law (UK), 2007. Paper edition with an updated "Afterword — 2013," by Patricia Kennedy Grimsted, Fall 2013.  

Reconstructing the Record of Nazi Cultural Plunder:A Survey of the Dispersed Archives of the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg (ERR). Internet edn Amsterdam: International Institute for Social History, 2011. http://socialhistory.org/en/publications/reconstructing-record-nazi-cultural-plunder Updated version in process at www.errproject.org (ERR Archival Survey). 

Spoils of War v. Cultural Heritage: The Russian Cultural Property Law in Historical Context. (PKG – editor and major contributor). Published as International Journal of Cultural Property 17, no. 2 (2010).

Archives of Russia: A Directory and Bibliographic Guide to Holdings in Moscow and St. Petersburg. English-language edn, updated and revised, edited with a Preface by PKG. Introduction by Vladimir Petrovich Kozlov. Compiled by P.K.Grimsted, L.V.Repulo, and I.Tunkina. Ed. M.D.Afanas'ev, P.K.Grimsted, V.P.Kozlov, and V.S. Sobolev. 2 vols. Armonk, NY/ London: M.E. Sharpe, 2000. Russian edn: Arkhivy Rossii. Moscow,1997.

ArcheoBiblioBase – directory and bibliography of Russian archives for website, now in conjunction with RANEPA (Moscow) and the International Institute of Social History (Amsterdam): http://www.iisg.nl/abb/ and mirror website at: http://www.ranepa.ru/eng/academics/center-for-russian-studies/crs-abb-database.html 

Country
Telephone
617-491-2233