Journal Information

Publisher: Mosul Studies Center


Editor-in-chief: Assistant Professor Dr. Maysoon Thanoon al-'Abaychi

ISSN: 1815-8854

Reading of the place in Ghanim Al – Daghbagi short story

Wijdan Tawfeeq. Al-Khashab

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2008, Volume 4, Issue 21, Pages 1-30

The start story writer deals with the place to which his characters come mentally but not physically through flashbacking other places. On the other hand, he gives other characters physical transmissions from one place to another.
He may confine his protagonists to certain plays in order to express the crisis of the consciousness of reality. This can not be done through retrospection, isolation submitting it to discussion and contemplation.
At the same time, the short story writer depends on the compounded description of the place, there be giving it deeper implications. He uses nature to be in conformity with the self or to be harmonies with the fictional action.

The bedowin reference in the collection of ( kharbashat Saeed bin Hadalige) by the storywriter Fares Al-Gahlab

Ahmed J. Yaseen

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2008, Volume 4, Issue 21, Pages 31-46

This research deals with the short story collection (kharbashat Saeed bin Hadalige) by Fares Al-Gahlab.And this study will be throughout a critical reading of the issue of Bedouin reference on which the technical structure of the short story is baset which clearly appeared throughout many marks. some of those marks are related to the character ,to the place described or to the fictional language as well as its intellectual and semantic values . By these features the storywriter , Fares AL-Ghalab,has excelled with the development of his fiction blend by which he is distinguished from the other storywriters of the contemporary generation in mosul.

Untell in Nahed Alramdany plays The (Al-Saa) play as a sample

Ahmed Q. Younis

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2008, Volume 4, Issue 21, Pages 47-64

The problem lies in the search uncovered the Untell in the (Al-saa) play to Nahed AL-Ramadany, is determined by examining important speech silent communication system within the drama in the play, and aims to read the text search drama from the viewpoint of interpretations, and interrogated on the basis of the distance conferred by the (text) for the reader and abuse them, As a distinctive characteristic of this literary form, the search is determined by reading the play clock to Nahed Al-Ramadany, uses research approach is based on an analytical study of the dramatic speech text, and is trying disclosure system connotations (by the silent), consisting of Rabat (sign / meaning) so that they may constitute a whole ( Letter) it looks through Mnimat small can be placed in specific formats for the installation of the full meaning of that letter, signed marched search according to plan, which was formed in the preface, which dealt 1 - Nahed Ramadan (identity and culture) 2 - Approaching the understanding of the silent, and then I Study, which dealt with the Untell Title feed title, then Study II, which dealt with the Untell version.

Narration and the fantacy of reality in Thamir Maayoufs arratives

Mohamad J. Jbara

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2008, Volume 4, Issue 21, Pages 65-76

Thamir Maayouf is one of short story writers in the city of Mosul.In his short stories he paid attention to analyzing the city of Mosul where he concentrated on the relation between the rewins of the city and the contemporary man who was a subject to was fluctuated by social and political conditions. We observed the specificity of this narration in his short stories. Therefore we called them narratives instead of short stories. We also observed the writers' capability to make a fantacy out of the normal and every day life and his dependency on the character of the hero narrator who sees, hears and lives different and inconsistent cases of life in place and time, associating the ancient world, the current world and the dream world altogether. We tackled a collection of short stories which represent the 1980s period of time up to now.

Diwan khanas in Mosul from late Ottoman Time to the Second Decade of the Twentieth Century

Ouruba Jameel Mahmoud Othman

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2008, Volume 4, Issue 21, Pages 77-100

Diwan khanas are considered are of aspect of the social life in Mosul. It was the only outlet for the inhabitatants to express their opinions and impressions of the Ottoman walis in Mosul concerning the political affairs or public morals , tales or parables to conform entirely a soial image , the thing that has its worth in the Mosuli society since the Ottoman reign .
Diwan khanas were held according to an organized social norm . they were held in Mosul representatives and eminent figures in which coffee and shisha were presented . Certain norms of it is remarkable that most of the diwan khanas, like Suleiman beh Al- Jalili diwan , Al– Najafi diwan, Muhammed As Sufi diwan and others , were held in the represent ative's,eminent figure's , and wealthy men's hanses like Al– Jalili , Al– Najafi , Al– Naqeeb, Al- Sabonchi , Al- Omeri and others . The diwan khanas figures included different spectrums of the Mosuli Society regardless of religion, or ethnic group, or purpose or subjects .

The Assyrian Military Campeigns Westernward (883-626 B.C) in the Light of the Artistic Works

Ahemed Z. Al-Hadidi

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2008, Volume 4, Issue 21, Pages 101-128

The present study stresses the truthness of the Assyrian campaigns westernward and their reflections in the light of the cuneiform texts and artistic paintings since king Assur-Nasir-Pal II period (883-859 B.C.).
He is among the first Assyrian kings who adopted the policy of complete control over the western regions of Assur during the Neo-Assyrian period (911-612 B.C.). He completely dominated the springs of river Euphrates and on up to the coasts of meditteriaian sea. The region where many types of metals and woods are available that can be used in building works in the Assyrian kingdom. The successor kings follow the suit of Assur-Nasir-Pal II , i.e. they controlled over the westernward areas since it is asource of the Assyrian prosperity. The region emblished with beautiful landscapes that deeply attracted the kings. Therefore, they issued their orders to transfer the trees and plants there to be planted in the gardens of the royal palaces to be as places for recreation and leisure.
Moreover, many artistic paintings were made to record the Assyrian expansion to those regions up till the late year of Assur-Banipal period (668-626 B.C.).

The role of woman societies in social development (The society of Muslim woman as a model)

Hanaa Jasem Al-Sabaawee

Derasat Mosulia Journal, 2008, Volume 4, Issue 21, Pages 129-153

The research attempted to identify the role of the Muslim woman society in social development throughout the use of the case study methodology and social survey. The research concluded that the society has a good role in achieving the social development through making several developmental activities in different fields. But this role was limited and standard for the comprehensive social development process, which need the participation of all the governmental and popular boards and institutions.