Isaac Weiner is assistant professor of religious studies in the comparative studies department at the Ohio State University. He received his Ph.D. in religious studies from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His research draws on American religious history, legal studies, and contemporary critical theory to consider the implications of religious diversity for American public life. His first book, Religion Out Loud: Religious Sound, Public Space, and American Pluralism (NYU Press, 2014) analyzed the politics of religious pluralism in the United States by attending to disputes about religious sound in the public realm. He also has published articles on secularism, cultural memory, and sensory history.