Daniel Muriel

PhD in Sociology, Ludic Dilettante

Conferences

Muriel, Daniel (2016). “Sociologies of the videoludic. Or what video games tell us about the social” [In Spanish], Talk for Sociology undergraduate students, University of the Basque Country, Leioa (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2016). “Video Games and Neoliberal Political Rationalities” [In Spanish], 2nd Forum on Social Change, Santander (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2016). “Video Games as Cultural Products for Social Transformation” [In Spanish], 34th Cabueñes International Youth Conference, Gijón (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2016). “Video Games as Experience: Escapism, Empathy, and Post-identity Social Settings” [In Spanish], Workshop Identity and Video Games: the Reconstruction of the Subject in Digital Age, Carlos III University, Madrid (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2016). “Video Games as (Dis)Empowerment Devices: Understanding Agency within the Context of Advanced Liberalism”, 1st First International Joint Conference of DiGRA and FDG, Dundee (Scotland).

Muriel, Daniel (2016). “Suffering Desires in Video Games” [In Spanish, English subtitles], IV Sociology of the Ordinary Meeting, Madrid (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2016). “Video Game Culture in the Framework of Advanced Liberalism: Key Aspects to Understand Identity, Community, and Agency in Contemporary Society” [In Spanish], Research Seminar Masters, University of the Basque Country, Leioa (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2015). “Understanding Identity and Community Formation in Contemporary Society: Video Game Culture within Advanced Liberalism”, Directorate of Social Sciences Research Seminar Series, University of Salford, Greater Manchester (UK)

Muriel, Daniel (2015). “Video game cultures and the construction of identities in contemporary society”, British Sociological Association Annual Conference – Societies in Transition: Progression or Regression?, Glasgow (UK).

Muriel, Daniel (2013). “The construction processes of the video gamer subjectivity” [In Spanish], Encuentro Sociología Ordinaria, Madrid (Spain)

Muriel, Daniel (2013). “Between assistance and production: victims and experts in the contemporary society” [In Spanish], XVI Jornada ANKULEGI, Donostia-San Sebastián (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2012). “The Other in Education: Media Representations of Foreign Immigrants and Gypsies in Basque Schools”, Fourth TOLERACE meeting, University of Leeds, Leeds (UK).

Muriel, Daniel (2012). “The participation of the expert fabric in the construction of what belong to us through cultural heritage in the Autonomous Community of the Basque Country” [In Spanish], Lecture in Research Master, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2011). “Immigration, Work and Coexistence: Seasonal Workers and Settled Immigrants in the Rioja Alavesa”, Third TOLERACE meeting, Seville (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2011). “Introduction of the study cases in the Basque Country: seasonal workers in Rioja Alavesa and learning models in Basque schools”, Second TOLERACE meeting, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2011). “Introduction to the Methodological Guide in TOLERACE Project”, Second TOLERACE meeting, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2011). “Vital precariousness: proposals and theoretical and methodological approaches within a context of crisis” [In Spanish], X Congreso Español de Ciencia Política y de la Administración, Murcia (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2010). “Project World(s) of Victims. Cases of study.”, Internationa Conference on World(s) of victims. Dispositifs and processes of identity construction of ‘the victim’ in contemporary Spain. Study of four paradigmatic cases, University of the Basque Country (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2010). “Cultural Heritage as contemporary mechanism of control/inducement of identity vulnerability” [In Spanish], Situaciones de vulnerabilidad en la sociedad contemporánea, Bilbao (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2010). “Particularities of the Basque Country and case studies”, First TOLERACE meeting, CES-Coimbra, Coimbra (Portugal).

Muriel, Daniel (2010). “Performing Sociology Through Actor-Network Theory: From Impressionist Cartography to the Dirtiness of Mediations” [In Spanish], I Encuentro Estatal ANT, Barcelona (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2008). “The expert as a manager of identities through cultural heritage and postmodern biopolitics” [In Spanish], Comunidad, identidad y políticas de gobierno en la sociedad del conocimiento, Bilbao (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2008). “Dispositifs of construction of the We in contemporary societies: heritage, experts, identity [In Spanish], Lecture in Gino Germani Institute, University of Buenos Aires (Argentina).

Muriel, Daniel (2008). “Experts and cultural heritage: (post)modern ways of producing and managing identities” [In Spanish], Lecture in the Department of Social Anthropology, University of Buenos Aires (Argentina).

Muriel, Daniel (2007). “Heritage as an Identity Technology in Knowledge Societies”, From Dissidence to Defiance: Resisting the Disciplines of Global Politics, Newcastle upon Tyne (UK).

Muriel Daniel (2006). “The production of identity in knowledge societies. The expert construction of heritage”, European Conference on Social Theory, Madrid (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2006). “Heritage and its fabric of expertise in the knowledge society” [In Spanish], I Encuentro Estatal de Estudios de la Ciencia y la Tecnología, Barcelona (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2005). “Heritage in the knowledge society” [In Spanish], Lecture in Research Master, University of the Basque Country, Bilbao (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2005). “Heritage and its Fabric of Expertise in Knowledge Society: from Inscriptions (and their Technologies) to the Management and Production of Knowledge”, 37th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, Stockholm (Sweden).

Muriel, Daniel (2004). “Knowledge society? Re-thinking (and tinging) the post post- rubrics” [In Spanish], VIII Congreso Español de Sociología, Alicante (Spain).

Muriel, Daniel (2004). “Sociability, identity and community in virtual spaces of localisation and visibilisation: a non-modernist proposal for identity construction on the Internet through peer-to-peer software. The case of the community Spanishare” [In Spanish], II Congreso Internacional del Festival Ciberart Bilbao, Bilbao (Spain).

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