The Bildner Center

Bildner Center Drawing

The Bildner Center is committed to academic excellence and fostering scholarly exchange, and connects the university with the community through its public lectures, Jewish Film Festival Jewish communal initiatives, cultural events, and teacher training.

The Center sponsors visiting scholars and offers a wide range of programs for students and seminars for faculty.  The activities of the Herbert and Leonard Littman Families Holocaust Resource Center advance the Bildner Center's commitment to reduce prejudice and promote inter-group understanding.



Due to the weather, the Michael Marrisen Lecture has been cancelled for Wednesday, 2/20.


Windows of Understanding: We See Through HATEWOU2019

Visit the Bildner Center's Windows

Starbucks - 391 George Street, New Brunswick
American Hungarian Foundation - 300 Somerset Street, New Brunswick

On view through February 28.

A public art project on more than 40 storefronts in New Brunswick and Highland Park rooted in social justice. Artists paired with non-profit organizations interpret the question "How do we see through hate?" and transform local businesses into windows of understanding. #WeSeeThroughHate

Article about this public art project in the New Jersey Jewish News. Click here.

Free Public Closing Reception
Thursday, February 28
4 PM to 6 PM
American Hungarian Foundation, New Brunswick
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