Art Remillard talks with Isaac Weiner about his new book Religion Out Loud: Religious Sound, Public Space, and American Pluralism. Weiner is Assistant Professor of Religion and Culture in the Department of Comparative Studies at the Ohio State University.
Weiner’s book was also recently reviewed by Richard Kent Evans in MRB: Social Power, Pluralism, and Religious Sound in America.
Also Recommended from MRB:
- MRB Radio
- Politics and Culture Wars on the Other Side of American Evangelicalism – By Todd M. Brenneman
- How did America’s Political Rhetoric Become so Biblical? – By Robert E. Brown
- July 4th and the 9/11 Museum in American Civil Religion – By Peter Gardella