Daniel Muriel

PhD in Sociology, Ludic Dilettante

Peer reviewed journals

Muriel, Daniel (2017). “The Network of Experts and the Construction of Cultural Heritage: Identity Formation in Contemporaneity“, Tecnoscienza, 8, 1: 23-50.

Muriel, Daniel (2017). “The network of experts in the construction of identities within contemporary societies” [in Spanish], Política y Sociedad, 54, 1: 143-161 [http://dx.doi.org/10.5209/POSO.47514]

Muriel, Daniel (2016). “Towards a sociology of mediations: impressionist cartography and some (brief) rules of a sociological method”, REIS, 153: 111-126. [http://dx.doi.org/10.5477/cis/reis.153.111]

Muriel, Daniel (2016). “The Heritage Model: The Emergence of Cultural Heritage in Advanced Modernity” [In Spanish], Pasos, Journal of Tourism and Cultural Heritage, vol. 14, 1: 181-192.

Muriel, Daniel (2015). “The expert mediation in the formation of cultural heritage as the contemporary production of what belong to us” [In Spanish]. AIBR, Journal of Iberoamerican anthropology, vol. 10, 2. [DOI: 10.11156/aibr.100206]

Muriel, Daniel (2015). “Alfonso Pérez-Agote y the Craft of Sociology” [in Spanish], Papeles del CEIC, vol. 2015/3, 136: 1-11. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1387/pceic.14546]

Muriel, Daniel (2014). “Experts on Identity Construction through Cultural Heritage. What belongs to us in the Basque and Catalan Cases” [In Spanish], RIEV, International Journal on Basque Studies, vol. 59, 1: 146-180.

Irazuzta, Ignacio; Muriel, Daniel; Santamaría, Elsa (2014). “Immigration, Labour and Management of Otherness: Inclusion Policies in a Rural Area of the Basque Country”, Journal of Contemporary European Studies, vol. 22, 4: 450-465. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/14782804.2014.923753]

Muriel, Daniel and Gatti, Gabriel (2014). “The Management of Otherness beyond the State: Integration Policies and Inclusive Citizenship as a Government Paradigm in the Basque Country”, Ethnic and Racial Studies. vol. 37, 9: 1646–1663.[http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2013.786112]

Muriel, Daniel (2013). “Cultural Heritage” [In Spanish], Auñamendi Eusko EntziklopediaAuñamendi Basque Encyclopaedia.

Muriel, Daniel (2011). “Performing Sociology Through Actor-Network Theory: From Impressionist Cartography to the Dirtiness of Mediations” [In Spanish], Athenea Digital, vol 11, 1: 111-128.

Muriel, Daniel (2010). “Hypermnesic Conditions in the Culture of Memory and the Cultural Heritage Inflation: Reflections on the Expert Work in relation to the Spanish Civil War’s Memory” [In Spanish], Papeles del CEIC, vol 2010/2, 64: 1-38.

Muriel, Daniel (2010). “Monograph introduction. Identity construction in the edge of meaning: the memory of social catastrophe” [In Spanish], Papeles del CEIC, vol 2010/2, introduction: 1-9.

Muriel, Daniel (2009). “Handling reality and its conditions of (im)possibility: three paths to understanding the knowledge society” [In Spanish], Athenea Digital, 16: 77-93.

Muriel, Daniel (2008). “Heritage as a technology for the production and management of identities” [In Spanish], Revista Chilena de Antropología, 19: 63-87.

Muriel, Daniel and Gatti, Gabriel (2006). “Heritage, between the old and the new” [In Spanish], Azkoaga, 13: 25-67.

Martínez de Albeniz, Iñaki; Muriel, Daniel; Gatti, Gabriel; Etxezarra, Leire; Imaz, Elixabete; Seguel, Andrés G. (2006). “Consideraciones finales: las nuevas reglas del juego de la identidad en la sociedad del conocimiento“, Azkoaga, 13: 155-160.

Muriel, Daniel (2005). “Paths and diversions towards the knowledge society: a critical reading of the production of modern sociology” [In Spanish], Confines de relaciones internacionales y ciencia política, 2: 21-33.

Muriel, Daniel; Fernández, Nuria; Martínez, María; Carreño, Leticia (2004). “The fate of to be born man or woman: judging the normative sex-gender-desire order” [In Spanish], Papeles del CEIC, 13: 1-16.

Muriel, Daniel (2003). “The Dwelling of Postmodern Prometheus: The Internet as the Greatest Exponent of the Tech-” [In Spanish], Inguruak, 37: 147-163.

Muriel, Daniel (2002). “Walking on Performed Simulation” [In Spanish], Inguruak, 33: 195-207.

 

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