Our route managers
Abigail Green has led the Jewish Country Houses Project from its inception. She is Professor of Modern European History at the University of Oxford and a Fellow of Brasenose College. Her work sits at the interface between international Jewish history and the history of European politics and culture in the long 19th century. She won the Sami Rohr Choice Award 2012 for Moses Montefiore: Jewish Liberator, Imperial Hero, which was named a New Republic Best Book of 2010, and a TLS Book of the Year 2010. Her current work focuses on the role of Jews in constituting liberal political culture, with a particular focus on family history and transnational connections. She explores this history both through the Jewish Country Houses project and through a book project tentatively entitled, Children of 1848: Liberalism and the Jews from the Revolutions to Human Rights.
Dr.Eli Tauber, historian, writer and tour educator. He made his PhD on Holocaust in Bosnia and he was manager of the Department of researching Holocaust in Institute for researching crimes against Humanity and International low. Eli Taube is an author more than ten books and Exhibitions about Judaism, Holocaust and History of tje Jews in Bosnia. Dr.Eli Tauber is also Educator of tour-guides to lead tour “Jewish Sarajevo”.
Emil Majuk is a project manager and a cultural heritage interpretation expert and graduate of the Faculty of Journalism and Political Sciences at Warsaw University. Since 2005, he has maintained a professional relationship with the “Grodzka Gate – NN Theater” Centre in Lublin.