Daniel Muriel

PhD in Sociology, Ludic Dilettante

Books and chapters in books

Muriel, Daniel and Crawford, Garry (forthcoming March 2018). Video Games as Culture: Considering the Role and Importance of Video Games in Contemporary Society. London: Routledge.

Muriel, Daniel (2017). Identity and Heritage. A (Sociological) Handbook for Understanding and Managing Cultural Heritage [In Spanish] . Amazon: KDP.

Muriel, Daniel (2014). “The government of the «other» in the Basque Country: Inclusive Citizenship and Integration Policies” [In Spanish] in Irazuzta, Ignacio y Martínez, María (coords.). From Identity to Vulnerability. Otherness and Integration in the Contemporary Basque Country. Barcelona: Bellaterra, 39-69.

Muriel, Daniel (2013). The Expert Construction of Heritage. A Sociology of Mediations on the Role Played by the Fabric of Expertise in the Production of Cultural Heritage in the Basque Country [In Spanish]. Doctoral Thesis: Universidad del País Vasco.

Muriel, Daniel (2011). “Operative rubbish” [In Spanish] in Gatti, Gabriel (ed.). Inappropriateness. A strange project of sociological research. Montevideo: Brecha, 98-99.

Muriel, Daniel (2010). “Heritage as a dispositif for the construction of what belong to us in these days of… crisis? From cultural inheritance to identities: new ways of making community in contemporary societies” [In Spanish] in De Marinis, Pablo; Gatti, Gabriel; Irazuzta, Ignacio (Eds.). The Community as a pretext. Barcelona: Anthropos, 307-344.

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